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AMNESTY ALERT!!

Postby topsecret10 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:22 am

AMNESTY ALERT: Call your Three Members of Congress and tell them 'NO to Amnesty'

A Senate 'Gang of Eight' that includes Republicans Marco Rubio, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and Jeff Flake and Democrats Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin, Bob Menendez, and Michael Bennet have reportedly come to an agreement on a comprehensive immigration reform package that would include an amnesty for the nation's 11 million illegal aliens. An agreement between Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Fla.) and Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) is also being finalized in the House. CALL YOUR THREE MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AT (202) 224-3121 AND TELL THEM "NO AMNESTY."

Tell your Three Members of Congress how ridiculous it is that Members of Congress are rushing on immigration reform just to stay ahead of Pres. Obama's announcement that's expected on Tuesday, Jan. 29. Also tell your Members that an amnesty is premature before E-Verify is mandated, an entry-exit system to track non-immigrant visa holders is complete, and chain migration and the visa lottery have been eliminated.
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By MANU RAJU | 1/28/13 12:01 AM EST

A powerful group of senators from both parties has reached a deal on the outlines of a comprehensive immigration overhaul, a development that will drive an emotional debate on a hot-button issue unseen in Washington for more than half a decade.

The group is expected to unveil the basics of its proposal at a Monday news conference on Capitol Hill, essentially laying down a marker on the issue one day before President Barack Obama heads to Las Vegas to unveil more details about his own immigration proposal.


According to a five-page document provided to POLITICO, the sweeping proposal — agreed to in principle by eight senators — would seek to overhaul the legal immigration system as well as create a pathway to citizenship for the nation’s roughly 11 million illegal immigrants. But establishing that pathway would depend on whether the U.S. first implements stricter border enforcement measures and new rules ensuring immigrants have left the country in compliance with their visas. Young people brought to the country as children illegally and seasonal agriculture industry workers would be given a faster path to citizenship.

The broad agreement by the influential Gang of Eight senators amounts to the most serious bipartisan effort to act on the highly charged issue since George W. Bush’s comprehensive measure was defeated in the Senate in 2007.

It remains to be seen if Obama will embrace the Senate effort, or how closely his own proposal hews to the Senate one. But the Senate proposal is expected to take precedence on Capitol Hill, given that bipartisan backing will be crucial to getting anything through the Democratic-controlled Senate — let alone the Republican-controlled House.


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Postby Usa today » Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:50 pm

This is huge this morning and all our forces are lining up to fight this bs.Its a complete rehash of what they couldn't do years ago , The faces are the same except for a couple new traitors. The time to make the first calls is NOW , Msm is still keeping this low key , but at least Fox is all over it , even though they want amnesty also , at least they are reporting on it
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Postby topsecret10 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 6:35 pm

Press Release of Senator Cruz
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz Statement on Immigration Reform Proposal

Contact: (202) 228-0462 / press@cruz.senate.gov
Monday, January 28, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC -- U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) issued the following statement regarding today’s bipartisan immigration reform proposal:

I appreciate the good work that senators in both parties have put into trying to fix our broken immigration system. There are some good elements in this proposal, especially increasing the resources and manpower to secure our border and also improving and streamlining legal immigration. However, I have deep concerns with the proposed path to citizenship. To allow those who came here illegally to be placed on such a path is both inconsistent with rule of law and profoundly unfair to the millions of legal immigrants who waited years, if not decades, to come to America legally.
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Lee, Sessions: 'Group of Eight' Immigration Proposal No Good

Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee said Monday that while he thinks the “Group of Eight” immigration reform proposal is a step in the right direction, he can’t support it.

“Despite the often divisive rhetoric surrounding immigration reform, initial discussions have revealed much common ground between Republicans and Democrats,” Lee said in a statement. “We all support enhanced border security, stronger visa enforcement, effective employment verification measures, and humane treatment of those lacking legal status. I believe the overwhelming majority of Congress could work together to enact significant and lasting reforms, particularly to strengthen border security and fix our legal immigration system.”

“I remain greatly supportive of what the group aims to accomplish and will continue to work with my colleagues to solve many of the challenges this important issue presents,” Lee continued. “Although I am encouraged by the process and continue to support efforts to make real progress on immigration reform, I am not able to sign the Statement of Principles released today.”

The eight senators—GOP Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, and John McCain and Jeff Flake, both of Arizona, along with Democratic Sens. Dick Durbin of Illinois, Chuck Schumer of New York, Michael Bennet of Colorado, and Bob Menendez of New Jersey—rolled out their plan on Monday. President Barack Obama is expected to unveil his own plan on Tuesday in Las Vegas, Nevada; today's announcment could be interpreted as these senators upstaging the president on a political hot-button issue.

According to a report earlier on Monday, the plan includes border security improvement measures and a “path to citizenship” for 11 million illegal immigrants currently inside the United States.

Lee, a conservative leader and Tea Party favorite, said he can’t support the deal because “these guidelines contemplate a policy that will grant special benefits to illegal immigrants based on their unlawful presence in the country. Reforms to our complex and dysfunctional immigration system should not in any way favor those who came here illegally over the millions of applicants who seek to come here lawfully.”

“Additionally, the framework carves out a special exception for agricultural workers that has little justification,” Lee said. “Maintaining the safety of America’s food supply is an important goal, but it is unclear why immigrants in this sector should achieve special status over skilled workers in industries equally important to the American economy.”

Lee’s opposition to the plan may prove to be an obstacle for Senate leaders trying to push it through, as many conservatives tend to follow his lead. It’s unclear as of yet where other conservatives in the Senate stand on the issue.
Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions has indicated he won’t support the deal either.
“Americans overwhelmingly oppose illegal immigration,” Sessions said in a statement. “They have pleaded with Congress to end the mass illegality for decades to little avail. All the while, millions have been added to the total of those illegally here.”

It’s time to fix that broken system. Now we are told that the Obama Administration and members of Congress say they have a plan that they promise will do the job. So, the American people will need to watch closely. And, members of Congress must insist that they have a full and complete opportunity to study and amend such legislation. We would be in a much better position to achieve immigration reform if the Obama Administration had spent that last four years enforcing federal law rather than dismantling it. Brave immigration agents have been left with no recourse but to sue their own Department head, simply so that they—like any other law officers—will be allowed to do their jobs.

Sessions said he thinks that “no comprehensive plan can pass Congress as long as this administration continues to defy existing federal law. What good are promises of future enforcement when the Administration covertly undermines those laws now in place?”

“Yet, without consulting the law officers who have the duty to enforce the law, another group of senators, meeting in secret—just like the last time comprehensive reform failed—have set forth an outline with no legislative language,” Sessions said. “We have seen too often before that the promises made by bill sponsors do not match up to the reality when the language is produced. No secret accord with profound consequences for this nation’s future can be rushed through. That means a full committee process and debate and amendments on the floor of the Senate.”
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Re: AMNESTY ALERT!!

Postby Usa today » Mon Jan 28, 2013 8:00 pm

Once again Senator Sessions will be the point man in defeating this stinkin crap
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Vitter signals bipartisan immigration reform proposal faces a big fight

WASHINGTON - Republican Sens. David Vitter of Louisiana and Jeff Sessions of Alabama signaled Monday that the latest immigration reform plan proposed by a bipartisan group of eight senators isn't going to move through Congress without a big fight. Vitter said the history of immigration reform doesn't give him much confidence in the new new plan announced Monday by four Democratic and four Republican senators.
"Will the proposal outlined by some of my colleagues today fix the problem or will it perpetuate the problem or, God forbid, even grow the problem dramatically? said Vitter, like Sessions a long-time opponent of "amnesty" for illegal immigrants.

"The most notable case of this was in 1986 under President (Ronald) Reagan," Vitter said. "There was a so-called immigration reform proposal that passed into law, and the model was, very simple. We're going to get serious about enforcement. We really, really are. We're going to have a one-time leniency. Or amnesty and it will fix the problem once and for all. ..Well, as we know from bitter experience, since then, it didn't quite turn out that way. The promised enforcement never fully materialized."

Sen. John McCain R-Ariz., one of the four Republicans to sign onto the latest reform plan, said the measure brings better enforcement while recognizing that the United States can't deport all 11 million illegal immigrants. From a political standpoint, he said Republicans need to show the growing Hispanic population that their party is ready to embrace immigration reform. He pointed to the results of the 2012 presidential race, when Democratic President Barack Obama outpolled Republican Mitt Romney 71-27 percent among Hispanic voters, according to exit polls.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., whose parents escaped from communist Cuba to settle in Florida, said it's the right thing to do.

"I am doing this because it's good for the country," Rubio said. "I just don't think it's good for America to have a broken legal immigration system, no real mechanisms of enforcement, 11 million people who are undocumented who we will never know who they are unless we have something in place. And no system for us to address some of the other immigration requirements that we need for the country. So, I am doing this for America."

The plan would give 11 million undocumented immigrants equal status and a pathway toward citizenship. It also calls for a commission to set up new tougher enforcement to curb illegal immigration - a process that would occur before those here illegally can be given temporary green cards.

Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., called the proposal a "good start."

"Today, a bipartisan group of my Senate colleagues unveiled a framework for immigration reform that seeks to address border security, employer checks on immigration status, and a path forward for the 11 million undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S. It also seeks to retain highly-skilled entrepreneurs from around the world to help spur economic growth in our nation."

"This is a good start and I look forward to the debate ahead to strengthen it. In addition, I will continue my focus on developing America's current workforce, so that all workers in America have the skills they need to succeed."

Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson, also didn't take a firm position.

"America is a nation founded by immigrants, but the current system of legal immigration is broken and must be fixed," Scalise said. "It's long past time that Congress take a step-by-step approach to finally start reforming our broken immigration system so that the next generation of immigrants will have the same opportunity to pursue the American Dream that my great grandparents had when they immigrated here from Italy nearly 100 years ago."

Vitter, who echoed many of the concerns expressed by Sen. Sessions, said that America is proud to be a nation of immigrants who came to the United States for opportunities only it could provide.

But he said that illegal immigration is drain on the U.S. economy and that he fears the latest Senate proposal won't do enough to effectively curb it in the future.
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Re: AMNESTY ALERT!!

Postby Ms. America » Mon Jan 28, 2013 9:15 pm

If it's gonna be "hard" for them,no welfare,background checks,back taxes etc. they simply wont comply,and we are back to the same ole ----! CRAZY!!!
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Postby topsecret10 » Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:06 am

Jeff Sessions - An American Icon and American Hero

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Sen. Sessions: 'No admittance' to America for immigrants who need welfare

U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Mobile, blasted the Obama administration for failing to enforce a provision of federal immigration law that bans visa applicants from entering America if they are likely to need public assistance from the government.

Sessions, speaking on the Senate floor Monday, said the so-called "public charge" prohibition was just one of many pieces of the immigration law that President Barack Obama "has aggressively defied."

"You're not supposed to be admitted to America if you're likely to be a charge on the public - if you're going to need government aid to take care of yourself," Sessions said.

Sessions' comments came amid a new push by Obama and Senate leaders to reform the nation's immigration system.

Obama is scheduled to discuss his policy goals during a high-profile speech in Las Vegas today.

A bipartisan group of eight U.S. senators released their own blueprint on Monday, calling for a path to citizenship for the 11 million illegal immigrants already in the U.S.

Sessions said the U.S. needs to reform its immigration laws but warned against a "rush to amnesty." He said one of the lessons learned from the Senate's last attempt at immigration reform - in 2006, under President George W. Bush - was that existing laws must be enforced before new ones are passed.

"It failed because it did not do what it said it would do," Sessions said. "End the illegality first. Then we can wrestle with how to treat compassionately people who have been in America for a long time." http://blog.al.com/wire/2013/01/sen_ses ... ce_to.html
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Postby topsecret10 » Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:38 am

Chalk up two more for the good guys :mrgreen:

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Postby topsecret10 » Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:55 am

Amnesty Now; Enforcement Never

There is something Orwellian about the spectacle of a Senator who employed an illegal immigrant sex-offender unveiling an “immigration reform” proposal. In addition to Bob Menendez’s presence at the press conference yesterday, the competition over who could speak more Spanish, along with McCain’s passionate assertion that this proposal is virtually the same as the Kennedy plan, made this spectacle a full-court circus. It was even more absurd to watch McCain sell this proposal as a way of winning elections for Republicans, as Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin smirked behind him.

In terms of substance, here are some points to consider:
◾The central problem with any amnesty proposal is that even if you agree to the premise of some sort of amnesty, it cannot be enacted before future waves of illegal immigration are prevented. We’ve been giving lip-service to border security, workplace enforcement, and visa tracking for years. There are many laws on the books to address these proposals brought up in the Rubio/Schumer working group proposal, yet they have not been implemented. This is an executive problem, not a legislative problem. How are we going to ensure the amnesty does not beget another wave of illegal immigration if we don’t implement the enforcement measures for several years prior to the amnesty? But fear not, there will be another COMISSION that will serve in an advisory role to determine when we should implement the amnesty after border security. Moreover, every member of the Gang said yesterday at the press conference that the illegals would be awarded a legal status immediately. There is no way any enforcement certification or lack thereof would thwart the runaway train of citizenship.

Moreover, were we to implement some sort of amnesty in return for enforcement, we can never do so while Obama is president. He has granted defacto amnesty while amnesty was illegal; why in the world would he follow the few limitations on amnesty in an amnesty bill? He has vitiated the 287(g) program and sued states that upheld the federal laws; we are supposed to believe that he will uphold the new laws once he gets his candy? Remember, the Supreme Court largely upheld Obama’s lawlessness.
◾The proposal subtly implies that Arizona-style enforcement laws (which have actually worked) are tantamount to racial profiling. So how will any of their proposed mechanisms not fall under this same charge? Any workplace enforcement will be subject to legal challenges from the truculent immigration attorneys, and they might succeed in striking down the laws.
◾Proponents of amnesty have framed this debate as a straw-man false choice between going door-to-door and physically removing everyone vs. granting anyone who comes here illegally the ability to achieve the desired result of their law-breaking; namely, a path to citizenship. How will this change for the next wave of illegals? Aren’t we ostensibly saying that anyone who comes here illegally will always get to stay and become a citizen? I know, I know, they will have to pay a $300 fine and buy an English textbook.
◾Are we doing a good job of assimilating our immigrants over the past two decades? How will that play out with 12 million new illegals and an increase in legal immigration?

Ultimately, this proposal does nothing to give us confidence that we won’t repeat the mistakes of 1986. Amnesties ultimately invalidate any legal immigration process. Marco Rubio rightfully said the following during a debate with Charlie Crist in 2010:


As far as amnesty, that’s where the governor and I disagree. He would have voted for the McCain plan. I think that plan is wrong, and the reason why I think it’s wrong is that if you grant amnesty, as the governor proposes that we do, in any form, whether it’s back of the line or so forth, you will destroy any chance we will ever have of having a legal immigration system that works here in America.

With John McCain affirming that this is ostensibly the same proposal, I would hope that Senator Rubio heeds his own warning. His 2010 warning was prescient. The only way such a proposal could work is if enforcement is decoupled from amnesty, and implemented first. Only after several years of implementation, in which we could ensure that the executive is enforcing the laws, that the laws are working, and that the courts don’t void the laws, can we discuss amnesty. Otherwise, we’re headed to the path of amnesty now; enforcement never.
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Postby Usa today » Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:44 am

Sessions was our hero last time, He is not cold and uncaring but he has the best interests of the country first. Cut off the magnets , Enforcement first and then talk about the rest of it.

As for Marsha and Louie :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Louie is great , I've watched him rack on Dems in house hearings and he pulls no punches.

I really think this may be an easy fight, Bomba and his gang are so over the top on what they
want that I don't see the Senate passing it much less the House.

We have to keep up our work on this end though.
The real fight starts once they get written legislation. If that ever happens.

The devil is in the details and there are none yet except a free pass to stay here for all illegals,
Also the same old crap , ag jobs, dream act. Nothing new here.

The push back is starting , it will be massive , loud and scathing.
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Postby topsecret10 » Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:29 am

Sen. David Vitter reacts to 2013 Amnesty proposal

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Postby Usa today » Tue Jan 29, 2013 12:14 pm

Vitter is a good guy to have on our side.
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I just bought 2 colin kaepernick autographed rookie cards on Ebay {Only 100 of these cards are available within the set} One I paid $195.00 for was a graded BGS 9.5 with a 10 Autograph, the other was a non graded (same card) for $80.00 that I will probably send In to get graded. Hope the niners win It .... The cards would go up by 50% give or take :mrgreen:
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Postby topsecret10 » Tue Jan 29, 2013 3:20 pm

Sessions: Obama Immigration Enforcement Chief Must Resign
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Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions on Tuesday demanded the resignation of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) director John Morton.

“Last year, I joined with my colleagues at a press conference with the top representatives of the nation’s rank-and-file immigration law enforcement officers,” Sessions said on Tuesday. “The president with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office and the Border Patrol. Those associations or unions elected to serve as the voice of their fellow officers gave a chilling report at that press conference right over in the Senate building with several other senators. They gave a chilling report about the administration’s systemic effort to... dismantle the enforcement of our immigration laws. At the center of this misconduct is John Morton, the director of ICE.”

The evidence that I am about to share with you leads me to the unfortunate conclusion that Mr. Morton can no longer effectively serve at this post, and perhaps more importantly there can be no comprehensive immigration reform as long as he’s the person in charge with enforcing it,” Sessions said on the Senate floor. "What purpose is served to pass new laws if the ones we have are ignored by the officials charged with enforcing them?”

The evidence Sessions is talking about is a timeline of the Obama administration’s immigration law dismantlement, quotes from the top ICE agents’ union official Chris Crane, and a detailed description of a lawsuit ICE agents have filed against the administration that he submitted into the congressional record as he took the Senate floor on Tuesday.

Sessions came out with fellow Republican Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Mike Lee of Utah against the so-called "Group of Eight" immigration reform proposal on Monday.
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Postby Usa today » Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:44 pm

Rubio is now persona non grata

He is an ethnic race hustler and I think at this point he knows any chance of his future is toast.

He is new to the senate so he doesn't get it yet. When dealing with dems , its always there way first

and nothing later.

I understand his rating has gone down to about 39% and its on the way down from there.

This stinkin cuban POS can move to mexico for his hispanics, Americans are telling him to eat shit.
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Postby Usa today » Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:20 pm

TS
I posted this also over on Steves contact page along with the Senate switchboard
Hope you don't mind.

Just as a passing comment
I watched the whole Bomba speech today. He was in a solid mexican part of town.

Now when he started talking about what great Americans these people would make you would think shouts
of "USA , USA, USA" would be called for

Instead it was Si Se pudo Si Se pudo.................. Yeah right , they really want to be American

Send these Roaches back where they came from , sorry if that offends some.
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Postby Stuck-In-LA » Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:39 pm

Usa today wrote:TS
I posted this also over on Steves contact page along with the Senate switchboard
Hope you don't mind.

Just as a passing comment
I watched the whole Bomba speech today. He was in a solid mexican part of town.

Now when he started talking about what great Americans these people would make you would think shouts
of "USA , USA, USA" would be called for

Instead it was Si Se pudo Si Se pudo.................. Yeah right , they really want to be American

Send these Roaches back where they came from , sorry if that offends some.




I listened to the speech on the radio and when I heard their shouts I wanted to puke. It makes me sick that we are trying to push precious American citizenship on these criminals. They are loyal to Mexico we are just a place to get free stuff or to work to send money home....They should never get citizenship because they really don't respect our country or our laws....Most don't even like us! :x
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Postby Usa today » Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:31 pm

Things have slowed down a bit today , But I expect they will heat up again.

It appears Rubio is attempting to walk it back a bit.

Keep in mind no triggers are acceptable if it makes all illegals legal.

After seeing the outcry the last couple days I just don't see this happening, McCain and Graham are old traitors , Rubio is getting his hat handed to him.

For one time I will say that William is earning his money over on Alipac. But keep in mind Fair and NumbersUSA are much bigger orgs and they don't have "funds drives" or beg for money.

Our side came out hard against this bs , but like I said , the fight is just starting.

Keep making those calls , etc
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Postby Stuck-In-LA » Thu Jan 31, 2013 1:51 pm

This from Ann Coulter today
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"They seem to think they can bully Republicans the way the Democrats do, by controlling the language,” she wrote. “Rubio’s bill is nothing but amnesty. It isn’t even ‘amnesty thinly disguised as border enforcement.’ This is a wolf in wolf’s clothing.”





Ann Coulter: Rubio 'Folds' to Democrats on Immigration Reform

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter has joined a few other Republicans in criticizing Sen. Marco Rubio's immigration reform proposals, writing that his effort is apparently aimed at creating "more Democratic voters."

"Some Republicans seem determined to create more Democratic voters. That will be the primary result of Sen. Marco Rubio's amnesty plan," Coulter wrote in a Human Events column, referring to conservative arguments that Democrats are pushing a citizenship pathway for illegal immigrants to increase their voter base.

Her diatribe followed criticisms of Rubio's proposals from Louisiana Sen. David Vitter, who called his efforts to forge a bipartisan overhaul bill that grants citizenship to illegal immigrants "naive." Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who, without naming Rubio directly, also wrote this week that some in Congress are looking for "quick fixes" to the problem.

In her column, Coulter noted that Rubio's proponents cry “It’s not amnesty!" that he's advocating.

"They seem to think they can bully Republicans the way the Democrats do, by controlling the language,” she wrote. “Rubio’s bill is nothing but amnesty. It isn’t even ‘amnesty thinly disguised as border enforcement.’ This is a wolf in wolf’s clothing.”

Coulter continued, “Despite all the blather about how Rubio demands ‘Enforcement First”’ the very first thing his proposal does is make illegal aliens legal.”

Appearing on the Rush Limbaugh show Wednesday, Rubio defended his efforts with a group of four Democrats and four Republicans to work out a comprehensive overhaul plan. He said contrary to what the left has said, Republicans are not anti-immigration.

“We also recognize, because conservatism’s always been about common sense, that we do have an existing problem that needs to be dealt with in the best way possible,” he said.

The Florida Republican said his bipartisan effort is designed to avoid the problems that plagued the 1986 immigration bill that granted amnesty to three million illegal immigrants but failed to provide more border security and tougher enforcement mechanism.

“Well-intentioned, but counterproductive because, A, they granted a blanket amnesty to 3 million people at the time, and B, they didn’t do any of the enforcement mechanisms," he said of the 1986 law. "And so our point is, if we’re gonna deal with this, let’s deal with it once and for all and in a way that this never, ever happens again.”

That includes beefed up border security, workplace enforcement, and a visa tracking system, he said.

But, Coulter wrote, “Step One of Marco Rubio’s plan is: Grant illegal aliens the right to live and work in America legally. (Rubio’s first move in poker: Fold)."




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Re: AMNESTY ALERT!!

Postby Usa today » Thu Jan 31, 2013 2:21 pm

The biggest surprise was the Daily Standard coming out against it, The same with Rush, he usually follows the neo cons but not this time.
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Re: AMNESTY ALERT!!

Postby topsecret10 » Thu Jan 31, 2013 3:00 pm

Just heard David Vitter on Huckabees radio show. He says that the gang of 8 may end up being the gang of 4 because of the amnesty first and we'll enforce the law later language that the DEMS are pushing. :mrgreen:
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Re: AMNESTY ALERT!!

Postby Usa today » Thu Jan 31, 2013 3:03 pm

I'm guessing gang of 5 ,

Graham and Rubio are starting to back off , but McStain will stay with the Dems.

They lose to start because there can be no provisional amnesty or any of them allowed to
stay before enforcement of the border and the interior.

Its dubious at best because the trioka of Bomba/Nappy/Morton haven't even done the bare
minimum of attempting to enforce the law.
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Re: AMNESTY ALERT!!

Postby Usa today » Tue Feb 05, 2013 2:17 pm

Its my understanding that the hearings this morning were disrupted by illegals , :lol: :lol: :lol:

This kind of stuff only helps our side
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