January 29, 2013

The New Immigration Proposal Is Something …

Filed under: Economy,Immigration,Taxes & Government — Tom @ 2:36 pm

… I’ll need to study more, but until then, based on the evidence she has presented and her past dead-on accuracy, I’m with Michelle Malkin — It’s Shamnesty Redux.

Excerpts:

If the Kabuki promise of “securing the border first” sounds familiar, it’s because it’s the same empty, bullcrap promise that shamnesty peddlers have pitched since the Reagan years.

… Question: If GOP senators were serious about cracking down on the systemic, dangerous, ongoing, persistent problem of illegal alien visa overstayers and the failure to enact an effective visa tracking system since before and well after 9/11 (read THIS), why haven’t they pushed for fixing it SEPARATE AND APART from amnesty measures?

Answer: Because these cynical panderers are not serious about ending the backlog of more than 750,000 unvetted visa overstay records.

… don’t believe the hype from Rubio supporters that this warmed-over shamnesty proposal — another recipe for more illegal immigration, a bigger welfare state, and undermined sovereignty — is somehow new, improved and more enlightened.

I sure don’t.

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  1. The fact that folks like Obama and Schumer are involved and are happy about it by itself tells me that this bill is crap. Also, I have looked into the proposal and I agree with McCain, it’s virtually the same as the 2007 crap sandwich they tried to feed us. (Of course, Cainie didn’t use those same words to describe it.)

    Comment by zf — January 29, 2013 @ 7:04 pm

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