Cross posted from InMuscatine:
Whatever public sympathy Hillary Clinton had built
up during the tense hostage situation at her New Hampshire campaign
office appeared to dissipate Saturday, as she was met with a round of
boos during an address over the phone to an Iowa political event.
At the Heartland Presidential Candidates Forum in Des Moines,
community activists lustily booed the Democratic frontrunner after she
declined to commit to passing comprehensive immigration reform in her
first 100 days in office.
Of course, when Democrats say “comprehensive immigration reform” we hear “amnesty”.
In the early forum, Clinton said reform would be a
“high priority” for her, but that didn’t satisfy a crowd looking for
legislation that would move illegal immigrants swiftly on a path to
The obvious problem with everything being a priority is that nothing turns out to be a priority.
We repeat our call for a common-sense immigration reform package :
Point 1 : All immigration laws of the USA are changed to mimic
those of Mexico. Namely, all citizens will be empowered with the
ability to arrest all suspected illegal immigrants to the USA.
Being an illegal alien in Mexico is a felony, not a misdemeanor, and so
should it be in the USA. Also, to permanently end “catch and release”
immigration policies all Federal, State, and Local law enforcement
authorities will be required by law to arrest, detain, and export all
illegal immigrants discovered to be living in the USA, without
Point 2 : All monies being sent outside the USA by those not
citizens of the USA will be subject to a 75% tax, with all monies
collected to be used to fund the immigration enforcement efforts, with
a portion reserved to the States in the form of block grants to assist
with immigration enforcement efforts at the state and local level. Any
US citizen found guilty of aiding a non-citizen to break the law will
be subject to total confiscation of all material wealth and subject to
a term in prison at hard labor of not less than 10 years.
Point 3 : A permanent detachment of the US military will be
stationed on the Northern and Southern US borders. Any hostile actions
directed at our border guard will be considered an act of war and will
trigger a response of overwhelming force that will not be authorized to
cease until all aggressors are dead.
Point 4 : Every person detained for suspicion of being an
illegal alien will be required to submit to comprehensive medical
testing, including the mandatory submission of a DNA sample. If found
to have a communicable disease, the person will be deported
immediately, subject to permanent ban of re-entry to the USA. If found
guilty of violating the ban, the punishment will be a period of not
less than ten years of hard labor followed by deportation.
Point 5 : Upon finding of guilt of being an illegal alien, the
person shall forfeit all material wealth collected from economic
activity in the US to the US government. This in turn shall be used to
fund immigration enforcement, with a portion allocated to the States in
the form of block grants to fund immigration efforts at the state and
local levels. Banks found to be opening accounts for illegal aliens
shall be fined no less than $100,000 per account. US citizens found
guilty of aiding and abetting illegal aliens to circumvent the law
shall be subject to a fine of not less than $10,000 and a period of
imprisonment at hard labor not to be less than two years. Repeat
offenders shall serve a term of not less than ten years at hard labor
and be subject to total forfeiture of material wealth.
Point 6 : Any US citizen found guilty of providing material
aid or support expressly for the purpose of smuggling illegal aliens
into the US shall have all material wealth confiscated. The proceeds of
the forfeited wealth shall be dedicated to immigration enforcement
efforts at the Federal, State, and Local levels. Also, those found
guilty of smuggling illegal aliens into the USA shall be subject to
life in prison at hard labor without possibility of parole.
Point 7 : All businesses with employees shall be rendered
immune from liability in matters of invasion of privacy or civil rights
when checking the status of US citizenship of all workers. Any member
of management of said business found willfully employing an illegal
alien will be subject to a fine of not less than $10,000 and a term in
prison of not less than two years at hard labor. Repeat offenders shall
serve a term of not less than ten years at hard labor and be subject to
total forfeiture of material wealth.
We believe these steps will permanently end all illegal
immigration into the USA, no matter the nationality of the illegal
alien. We are alleged to have equal protection under the law, so the
law should apply equally no matter the country of origin of the illegal
We again point out that only when the negative outcome
radically outweighs the possible positive benefits of a given behavior
will such behavior be prevented. If America is serious about ending
illegal immigration, then America will enact laws such as the above to
extinguish all possible “profit” in circumventing the illegal
**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration
(CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link
to learn more. Afterwards, email brianbonner90-at-gmail-dot-com and let
us know at what level you would like to participate.