The illegal immigration invasion has been ongoing for decades. All efforts to shut the door on unrestricted entry are “all hat no cattle”. The notion that it is impossible to secure the territorial borderlines is an insult to every native born citizen. The dirty policy that is not much of a secret is that the establishment wants an influx of low wageworkers that drives down the cost of labor. The consistent pattern of domestic de-industrialization is a core objective of globalism. Few issues are more in the national interest than managing a rational immigration system. The public consistently registers their disgust with the negative impact that “Open Borders” imposes. However, for all their discontent, the political-corporatist league of dishonesty continues with their game of money-spinning manipulation.
The latest bipartisan sideshow is called the “Gang of Eight”. Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.), Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), (Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) are in the inevitable position as spin doctors for their financial campaign benefiters.
John Hayward in a Human Events article, Comprehensive Immigration Reform, Gang of 8 Style, offers a provocative assessment.
“To put this gang into perspective with a Sons of Anarchy analogy, Marco Rubio would be Jax, the idealistic young leader who might be in over his head. Chuck Schumer takes the Ron Perlman role, while John McCain is Piney, and Bob Menendez is Chuckie Marstein.”
Providing a “Green Card” for Menendez Dominican Republic girls fits in well, for services rendered, with a political gang of Senator Nihilists. Amnesty for sale is the ultimate intent of the legislation.
Mr. Hayward frames the issue thusly. The broader American populace is wrestling with two contradictory impulses:
1. It would be impossible, or at least ghastly, to round up the immense illegal population in the United States and deport them, and their current quasi-outlaw status is unacceptable, so a pathway to citizenship must be provided.
2. Rewarding people who break the law is wrong.
Regretfully, the country no longer operates under the precept of constitutional law. The Obama administration has perfected the edict regulation and ignored past law. Write rules without Congressional authority or snub enforcing lawful legislation. Protecting and maintaining illegal immigration is systemic in a system that runs under and primarily benefits the transnational conglomerates.
National Journal correspondent Fawn Johnson, writes on conventional GOP wisdom in Taming the Tea Party on Immigration.
“Ninety percent of the political people in this town think that Republicans have to move past this issue. But then again, a large percentage of those people don’t have to run for office,” said Monument Policy Group Founder Stewart Verdery, who was responsible for immigration policy in President George W. Bush’s administration and advised former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani in his 2008 presidential bid.
House Republicans have to walk a fine line between following a national public opinion trend tilting towards immigration reform and responding to their own constituents who say they don’t want anything to happen that would increase the number of foreigners in the country. Many Republicans have trouble with proposals that would give legal status to undocumented immigrants, seeing it as a way to encourage even more foreigners to migrate to the United States.”
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