This is how bad a job we are doing vetting our immigrants. A caller on (C-Span)
Washington Journal just asked the more immigrant advocate: They (the bomber and
family) claimed asylum because they were afraid to go home- then he went home
for 6 months!..This shows post 9/11 how bad a job we are doing.
Will the DesertNews allow anything to be said about immigrants that isn't
glowingly positive?Loving kids to debt: Older Americans in trouble
for 'helping' children.How will more immigrants help?
Spanish-speaking congregations are the growth segments of Christian churches in
the United States, including the LDS Church.For them to endorse this
amnesty plan is nothing more than acting in their own best interest.They
are no different than a union seeking a new source of dues-payers or The Chamber
of Commerce wanting to have continued cheap labor.To be sure, amnesty
would benefit them. But our politicians are SUPPOSED TO act in the best
interest of the citizens of the United States.But they are tempted to mine
a new source of votes. And they are succumbing to the temptation.Shame on
them. They deserve their dismal approval rating.
Meanwhile, Jan Brewer is still waiting for the federal government to keep its
promise and SECUREthe Arizona border.But, don't hold your
breath: "Come on in everybody, just hide out for awhile and somebody will
give you amnesty".
"....the pastors, who are part of the Evangelical Immigration Table, or EIT,
stopped short of formally endorsing the 844-page Senate bill, saying they would
first need time to read it."---------------Taking
time to actually **read** a bill before commenting on it. Great idea!I wish there had been more time **and reading** of the now infamous
"Obamacare" monstrosity before it was voted on and became law!I suppose it should no longer surprise and disappoint me to find so much of
government to be an incomprehensible tangle of bad and/or just plain stupid
policy and poor implementation.What else could one expect when so
little of the mess is the product of really careful and thorough
consideration....even when it is actual read!
sg: So are the Natives Americans!
300 pastors, the majority of which are latino. Well, this is the most biased
group and of course it favors this amnesty bill...it's all about them and
the illegals they believe deserve everything. I am in favor of deporting every
The humanitarian goals of the evangelicals are laudable, however the burden that
will be placed on the welfare/social services of our nation if the "new"
immigration bill passes will be monolithic.I think Rubio's
heart is in the right place but I think we need 3-4 yrs. of intensive
ENFORCEMENT before any of the citizenry believe this "new" bill will be
anything more than another amnesty.