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DHS Policy Is Criminal

November 21, 2011 by  

DHS Policy Is Criminal

It’s always bizarre to me when I hear people talk about wanting to deport only those illegal aliens who are criminals. The Department of Homeland Security said it will start focusing on deporting illegals with criminal records and leaving alone illegals without criminal records.

Call me crazy, but if someone breaks our immigration laws and is in the United States illegally, he is a criminal.

Keep in mind that my in-laws immigrated to the United States. I’m not anti-immigration. I’m anti-illegal immigration. I would like to either see open borders (not my first choice) or I would like to see the border locked down and the creation of a simplified process for non-residents to be in the United States legally.

But this current in-between system that we have in which laws are selectively enforced and ignored isn’t good for anyone. It teaches both immigrants and our kids that laws don’t necessarily mean anything. If someone’s breaking the law by being in the United States illegally, why should he obey the law and get car insurance? Why should he worry about breaking the law by drinking and driving?

Most countries have streamlined processes to let people stay in their countries long-term if they obey the law and are productive members of society. I’m good with that. At one point in the 60s, when my in-laws immigrated to the United States, they had to have a job lined up, a place to live lined up and $500 cash before they could get into the country. They didn’t have $500, so they pooled money with other friends who wanted to get into the United States. Once my in-laws got into the United States and on their feet (my father-in-law was working three jobs by the end of their first week in the United States), they sent $500 back to their friends so that the next family could immigrate.

What does this have to do with preparedness? The connection, in my mind, is that when you become known as being a place where unproductive people can come and live comfortably, you create a form of adverse selection, attracting non-producers and repelling and penalizing productive members of society.

In Central Texas, there is a mass migration every spring and fall. Illegal aliens who do landscaping come up in the spring when the grass starts growing and go back to Mexico to work for the winter when the grass stops growing in the fall. They want to work, and I would love to have many of them as neighbors in a survival situation.

But when illegal aliens aren’t productive members of society, it strains budgets during good times and creates large groups of helpless people who don’t know how to take care of themselves in a disaster situation — like what we saw at the Super Dome in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

So this is just one more factor that I keep an eye on — both to gauge strain on government budgets and to anticipate what the general response of the people around me will be to adversity in a survival situation.

National Right To Carry Reciprocity Act passes the House!

On Nov. 16, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 822, the National Right to Carry Reciprocity Act by a vote of 272-154. The bill, if left intact by the Senate, would cause concealed carry permits issued by any State to be recognized by any other State that issues concealed carry permits — similar to the reciprocity we currently have with driver’s licenses.

H.R. 822 would not create a national registry, despite what many emails floating around claim. I received several warnings from readers saying how bad H.R. 822 supposedly was; but, fortunately, the claims made in the emails didn’t match up with the content of the bill.

As a concealed carry permit holder in multiple States and a frequent traveler, I’m excited about this. It has been frustrating over the years to visit the same place a few times per year and have the laws randomly change between visits. Nevada was one particular example of this for me. I’m also excited to see how this pans out in places like California, Hawaii and Maryland — States that technically have concealed carry permits but who make it difficult for travelers with out-of-State permits.

The next steps are for it to pass the Senate, for differences to get ironed out in committee, if necessary, and then for it to be sent to the President. If it gets vetoed, there’s a chance to override the veto. I’m not sure how long the bill can be stretched out, but I wouldn’t mind waiting until late January 2013 for it to go to the President’s desk.

One objection to the bill is that it doesn’t give residents of Vermont reciprocity, since the bill requires a physical license. Frankly, I’m OK with that. This is my opinion, and I welcome comments and criticisms on it.

Right now, the requirements to get a concealed carry permit in most States are fairly lax. In my mind, this is the worst of all worlds. Permit holders get an official-looking document giving them a false sense of ability, and the 2nd Amendment is usurped to a certain extent.

I would much rather see concealed carry recognized as a 2nd Amendment right and for the requirements for concealed carry permits to go up considerably, or for there to be two tiers of concealed carry permits. The first tier could be a criminal background check and whatever is necessary to waive the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives waiting period for buying firearms, but would include no training. I see the possibility that this could also double as a “preferred traveler” document for flying, but it wouldn’t be necessary for concealed carry since that is covered by the 2nd Amendment.

The second tier carry permit would be much closer to an armed security license, and I see it including advanced training as well as continuing education. I see this as being a certification to which people would naturally aspire. It would not be required, but it would be a standard of training that firearms schools, shooting leagues and security companies across the country could use.

Since the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are coming up, I want to tell you quickly about how I travel with a firearm.

I’ve flown with at least one firearm a few times a month for several years. This means that I’ve had hundreds of interactions with the Transportation Security Administration in numerous airports involving taking guns on planes. To date, I have not lost a firearm or been detained or harassed in any way. I have had only one snarly interaction because I put my declaration form inside of my gun case (where the ticket agent told me to) instead of on top of my gun case inside of my luggage. Here are a few of the things that I do. This isn’t necessarily what you should do. Policies vary from airline to airline and from airport to airport and change over time, so make sure to verify on the TSA website and your airline’s website that what you’re planning on doing is legal.

  1. When I’m talking to the ticket agent, I never say “gun.”  I say either “I need to declare” or “I need to declare my sidearm.” Sometimes, I just open my bag with my gun case visible inside and ask for a declaration form.
  2. I used to carry ammo in an ammo box, but I don’t do that anymore. I simply load two magazines with ammo and put them in the case with my sidearm. If I need more ammo, I buy it where I’m going.
  3. I used to run a length of 550 cord through my firearms so that it was poking out of both the breech and the end of the barrel so that it was obvious that there was nothing in the firearm. I don’t do that anymore.
    I simply disassemble the firearm and put it into the case. With my Glock, that means that I’ve got the lower, the slide, the barrel and the spring assembly in the case. The difference is that many ticket agents used to look at the gun in the case with a little bit of fear from not understanding what they were looking at. With the disassembled gun, the look is more curiosity along the lines of, “What are all of those parts? That’s what a gun looks like?” In short, I haven’t felt even a slight bit of conflict or disdain since I started disassembling my firearms for flight.
  4. I try to make sure that I have either a military or law enforcement shirt on the top of my luggage that the gate agent will be likely to see when I’m declaring my sidearm. I’m always very clear to say that I’m not an officer or soldier if they ask, but I want to give them every possible assurance that I can that I’m one of the good guys.
  5. Depending on the airport, you might have to take your luggage to a TSA agent or wait a few minutes until TSA searches your luggage behind closed doors. I’ve gotten into more gun conversations with these TSA agents than I have at ranges during the same time period. These have never been the full-body patdown goons. They are often retired military or law enforcement. I’m not saying this to defend TSA. I’m just letting you know that things will probably go more smoothly if you go into a conversation about carrying a gun on a plane with the mindset that there is a good chance that the person you will be interacting with is a fellow gun owner. Things generally go more smoothly with law enforcement when you’re kind and happy than when you’re snarling, defensive and apprehensive.

Thanksgiving

Thursday is Thanksgiving, and I’m really looking forward to it. We’re not going anywhere or having any guests that we know about yet, but Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays.

Revisionist history says that the original Thanksgiving was a celebration of Indians saving a bunch of stupid white men from starvation. Original documents tell a different story: It was more of a celebration of the abundance of crops that the Pilgrims had after embracing free enterprise and abandoning Communism. The first three years of experimenting with communal living resulted in a lack of productivity that almost killed them. The difference was stark and the resulting abundance was seen as a gift from God for which they were very thankful.

One of the things I’m going to do is to smoke a turkey. While I’m smoking the turkey, I’m going to be smoking cured pork belly right above it to turn into bacon. It ends up being a good combination, with the juices from the pork butt dripping down onto the turkey for the first few hours.

Here’s a trick for you if you like to “cheat” on your barbeque and use injections. Store-bought injectors always seem to break, so I went to a livestock supply store and bought the biggest-gauge needles it sold and a big syringe. Unlike the store-bought injectors, this setup is bomb proof.

If you aren’t familiar with barbeque injectors, it’s a way to inject oil, marinades, beer, citrus juice, etc., into meat before you smoke it. This helps the meat stay moist during the cooking process, so the flavor is consistent throughout, and help make the meat more tender. Many serious barbequers see this as cheating, because it allows you to get away without tending your meat as often as you need to if you’re basting it to keep it moist.

I’m not a purist and am mainly trying to get the best end product to put on the table, but I do still try to use progressively less injection each time I smoke a particular cut of meat. Keep in mind that this is the exact opposite of what you want to do if you’re trying to preserve meat. When I cook meat, I try to keep it as moist and juicy as possible; but when I’m preserving meat, I’m trying to lower the moisture level so that the moisture/salt level is too low to support bacterial, mold, fungus and virus growth.

In the early stages of a breakdown of the grid, I’d cure/smoke/jerk as much meat as I could to preserve it as long as possible.

What are your Thanksgiving plans? My prayers go out to people who are planning Thanksgiving Day conversations with friends and relatives about preparedness (both Earthly and spiritual).  Remember, some will get it and some won’t; keep trying. What are your thoughts on the National Right To Carry Reciprocity Act? Is it a camel-under-the-tent scenario, or is it as good as it looks?

Also, give a shout-out by commenting below if you were at the LaRue Tactical Day At The Range last Saturday. It was a great event in Liberty Hill, Texas, with at least 1,000 gun enthusiasts spending the day together shooting tricked-out LaRue OBRs (Optimized Battle Rifles). More on the OBRs in future newsletters…

--David Morris

 

 

 

Dr. David Eifrig Jr.

is the editor of two of Stansberry's best advisory services. One of his advisories, Retirement Millionaire, is a monthly letter showing readers how to live a millionaire lifestyle on less than you'd imagine possible. He travels around the U.S. looking for bargains, deals and great investment ideas. Already his average reader has saved $2,793 since 2008 (documented in each Retirement Millionaire issue). He also writes Retirement Trader, a bi-monthly advisory that explains simple techniques to make large, but very safe, gains in the stock and bond markets. This is a pure finance play and the reason Porter Stansberry loves having "Doc" on the team. Doc holds an MBA from Kellogg and has worked in arbitrage and trading groups with major Wall Street investment banks (Goldman Sachs). In 1995, he retired from the "Street," went to UNC-Chapel Hill for medical school and became an ophthalmologist. Now, in his latest "retirement," he joined Stansberry & Associates full-time to share with readers his experiences and ideas.

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  • http://bjwholmes@verizon.net Barbara

    Demonstrated faith in God is our hope. God helps those who help themselves. There is not one Godly trait which hurts anyone. There is not one Godly act which hurts anyone. Why do we have objections to faith? God loves and blesses HIS own. But we need HIM.

    • http://naver sook young

      “I have therefore thought it fit and…do hereby appoint Thursday…a day of public thanksgiving and praise. Hereby calling upon ministers and people to assemble and join so rational and delightful an exercise…rendering to God the tribute of praise for His unmerited goodness towards us.”

      John Hancock September 16, 1790

      Yes we need to get back to God and thank him for everything He has done for us. My husband and I wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. Thank you.

      Sook Young
      Wife of the Samurai

  • T-Texas

    That is good because all illegal aliens are criminals.Maybe they will realise and ship all they catch back.They broke the law when they entered US.

    • john t r sr

      totally agree, shoot em and ask questions later.

    • eddie47d

      Then that would make you the criminal and a murderer.

      • Old Henry

        Not at all eddie. They are burglars smashing thru our door into our house. When burglars smash into our house we shoot first and ask questions later.

      • Joe H.

        eddie,
        Defense of home and hearth are far from murder, they are self defense. I can not read a mans mind so how do you suggest i determine that he will not attack me at the last moment?? Should I just let him wound me or worse, first??? I know, ASK HIM,RIGHT?? If he breaks into my house and I cach him in progress, then I will assume he is there to do me harm to keep from going to jail and will act accordingly, as is my right!!!

    • texastwin827

      While I agree, totally, the problem with getting any “action” also lies in the fact that it’s considered a misdemeanor when they enter the US, illegally.

      Unless an employer, such as the employer in Houston, who helped a deported illegal employee come back into the US (and help him stay hidden until he killed someone), employers are rarely prosecuted and if they are, most only receive a minor fine.

      In other words, we the people need to start demanding that the penalty be raised to a felony and demand that employers are also facing a felony..not just some minor fine!

      • Thinking About

        And what happened to the employer, if the illegals was not hire by illegal employers it would cut the number crossing the borders way down.

        • Joe H.

          Thinkin About,
          Not till the government shuts off the teat!!! No WELFARE, NO SOCIAL SECURITY, NO FREE EDUCATION, CUT IT ALL OFF!

      • Joe H.

        texastwin827,
        One other thing we the people need to do is stop looking at this as a singular person problem. you know, the people that say but it only a couple here and there. WRONG!! It’s a matter of actually about 30 million illegals!! say only ten million are working. Our job market would lok a lot better if 10 million jobs opened up to UNITED STATES WORKERS!!! cut off all jobs to illegals, all welfare and freebies as well!!

  • Scott in SC

    HR 822 is bad legislation and another attempted end run around the 2nd amendment. As an American my right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. There are too many folks like Mr. Morris who believe that only the military and police should be allowed to carry and the commoners should be excluded. The founders knew that “… being necessary to the security of a FREE state”, it was essential to allow the general population the right to keep and bear arms otherwise tyranny would be assured.

    • wandamurline

      Absolutely, the 2nd Amendment gives us the right to bear arms…it does not say that we must first secure a piece of paper from the state to do so. We must get back to the Constitution and live by the laws of America…and the best way to do that is to vote out the Demorats and RINOS and replace them with Constitutional Conservatives in 2012. The tea parties have made a difference in the way Washington works, had we not replaced a bunch of Dems and RINOS, there would be no interest in reducing the deficit and stop spending money, but we have to reach farther….we must keep control of the House, and gain control of the Senate and White House…vote in 2012 like you life depends on it, because it literally does.

      • Vagabond

        Wanda. you are 150% correct. and our lives and wellbeing depend on how we vote. the problem we have is there are far TOO MANY IDIOTS who are brain washed by the democratic line of BULS S–T and they are BRAI DEAD on top of that, there are far too many people voting who are incapable of thinking for themselves,

      • Joe H.

        wandamurline,
        you and vagabond are only half right. The constitution only ENFORCES our GOD GIVEN RIGHT to own and carry!!!

    • john t r sr

      tyranny???? this is exactly what ape sh!t clinton is trying too get. take away the means and the effect goes away, i don’t think so hillary, go and chomp down on a bullet and see where it puts you. there is no way that big brother gov. is going to take away our rights to bear arms, not in this century or the next. she is one delusional biuch. let it be said!!!!

      • Old Henry

        Well John, today, 11/22/11, is an anniversary. Maybe we could “comemorate” it…

  • chvietvet

    This is another hate article. An “illegal alien” is not a criminal. Overstaying a visa is not a crime. The government is overrun with thieves and organized criminals, almost all of whom were born in the United States. These gangsters are getting a free pass to commit crime by the U.S. Department of Justice, which does not prosecute them even when they are handed evidence of their felonies. They cannot be sued, either, because they have “sovereign immunity.” Their theft over the year has allegedly exceeded a trillion dollars already. We need to focus on the biggest problems first. As a veteran of the Vietnam War, it pains me to see our newest veterans being driven to suicide because their jobs have been stolen by people who, in case of war, would be helping the enemy, just as some of our leading politicians did during the Vietnam War. It seems to me that the discussion of illegal aliens is being encouraged just to distract public attention from the incredible corruption of our politicians and civil servants, including mass murder of our war veterans.

    • eddie47d

      That was a different way of stating the problems of returning veterans. Thank You for your service and caring about others who serve and have a hard time adjusting. Veterans should always get an edge in job placement for they earned it. I also don’t look at “illegals” as criminals since the majority were promised jobs by American corporations as long as they showed up. Now those who do commit criminal mischief whether drug sellers,rape,murder,vehicular homicide,Etc. need to have their cases expedited by prosecutors(which the present administration is doing)and have them deported or jailed. To have them lumped into the same category as all immigrants is wrong and truly hateful. The author mentioned that immigrants need to “have a job lined up”and money in their pocket. Well most legal and illegals pass that test because most businesses are willing to hire them. Since they have to pay coyotes around $2,000 or more to come across they must have money. There are an abundance of stories of immigrants willing to do the work that others are not willing to do even in 2011. Farmers in Alabama are hurting because they can’t find anyone to work in their fields and the citizens they do hire seldom last more than a day. That is now becoming a blow to the Alabama economy so the immigrants aren’t the problem it’s the American work ethic.

      • s c

        e, you’ve proved an old adage. Many years ago, someone said ‘Give ‘em enough rope, and they’ll hang themselves.’ According to YOUR exact words, chum, “the majority were promised jobs by American corporations as long as they showed up.” I THANK YOU for saying that, e.
        HEY, America! We have it on good authority that being in America can’t make you a criminal because [according to e] they’ve been PROMISED JOBS by American corporations if they show up.
        Ye gods, I didn’t know it was that easy. That’s DIFFERENT, e. Now we can forget about the LAW and the Constitution. Gee, I’m seeing you from another angle. And I thought you were strange. And I thought you were on drugs. And I thought the brain transplant would have to be done again. Now, it makes perfect sense, now that you’ve truly EXPLAINED IT to us. I feel so much better, and we owe it all to YOU, e.

        • eddie47d

          So what SC is saying is that Alabama should screw their farmers and the Alabama economy to please the immigrants bashers. If SC wants to eat she’d better be willing to pay someone to pick those crops. If not then learn to live without those fresh commodities that fill the supermarket shelves. I’m really not sure if a “brain transplant” would do SC any good. Chances are slim to none!

          • http://personalliberyt.com 1911man

            maybe these alabama farmers should pay a living wage, even in past times if the pay in money wasn’t there you were compensated with a litte money + room and board.

          • s c

            e, you’re just not very ‘caring’ today. You claim to ‘care’ about Alabama and Georgia, but you DON’T care about the other 48 states. Now, if I do my Obs math [57 states], that means you don’t care about the other 55 states, either.
            You’re so mean-spirited, e. You’d better start praying in the direction of the W H before they think you’re no longer a true utopian and you don’t have your big nose up enough rumps. How can you sleep at night? I thought you CARED, comrade.

          • 45caliber

            eddie:

            Are you trying to say that there are numerous jobs available there and no citizen wants them? Perhaps you should tell the millions who are out of work and in danger of losing all they have since all government help had run out. They might be willing to give those illegals a run for the money.

          • eddie47d

            Your not even cleaver anymore SC . Just deceitful and arrogant and full of swill.

          • eddie47d

            Dream on Caliber or at least dream in reality. Those jobs have been there for many years and Americans are not taking them.

          • FWO21

            Are you talking small farms or big government-corporation farms???

            The small farmers are being run out so as to make room for the big guys.

          • 45caliber

            eddie:

            It is evident that you are not familiar with farming practices in the US. The Americans will take these jobs if they get the chance. In too many cases the farmer wants to make a deal with some crew chief. The farmer pays the same, provides a place for the crew to sleep, many times provides meals, and he gets an entire crew at once. The crew chief gets paid extra for bringing in an entire crew and the farmer doesn’t have to worry about acquiring laborers one at a time. THAT is the main reason the illegals can find a job here in that line of work. It is not due to the Americans not taking the job. Trust me, I’ve worked farms too many times in my life. The only way my stepfather could assure we could get a job was to round up a crew and keep them together so the farmer wouldn’t have to worry about it.

          • Matt Newell

            My dad leased twenty acres and raised cantaloupe the year I went into the service. When I came home on leave I got a chance (you know how dads are) to turn the vines to get them out of the furrows. That was the hardest week I have ever worked in my life. You are bent over all day and when you go home you feel like your back is bent in ways nature never intended. If it hadn’t been my dad, I would never have gone back the second day. I don’t care how much they pay, field work is HARD (especially if you are not used to doing it). It isn’t just that Americans are lazy, but they are not used to doing this type of work and unless their lives depend on that job — they will not do more than is necessary (and I can’t blame them either).

          • Joe H.

            eddie,
            When half of those “working” illegals are also on welfare, then yes! If they are going to hire illegals and commit a crime, then yes. Maybe if they put a few of those farmers promising the jobs, in jail the flow might start to ebb!!

      • Scott in SC

        Eddie, let me clue you and others in on that “jobs Americans won’t do” nonsense. I lived in South GA for 20+ years and this is how the game is rigged against Americans. The jobs pay $8-$8.50/hr. If you live outside the commuting area (i.e. migrant) room, board, and transportation to and from the work site is provided. If you are a local, while you still might have to travel 40-50 miles one way, you are responsible for your own room, board, and transportation. And while you are expected to show up every day you are not guaranteed work resulting in wasted time and money.

        • eddie47d

          That sounds like a Georgia problem and an employer problem. Doesn’t sound like a good deal no matter which way you go with those pathetic wages.

          • Scott in SC

            The problem e is that you are unwilling to see that the illegal immigrant is getting better compensation than an american doing the exact same job. I used GA as an example because I’ve seen thousands of positions advertised in just this manner. I suspect that farmers everywhere do the exact same thing then complain that Americans won’t do the work while neglecting to mention that they are getting paid less.

          • eddie47d

            It all depends on what the American consumer is willing to pay at the supermarket. Almost all jobs should be a livable wage including any hard labor work. If paying decent wages ups the cost of groceries then so be it.Whether an American or an illegal picks that crop. It’s not so much much about who does the work but how they are compensated. A person working in the field should receive more pay or benefits than a stocker or even a checker in a super market.

        • 45caliber

          Scott: I agree.

          Tyson’s in Arkansas pays a $1000 bonus to any illegal who applies for a job and they always take them over locals. The main reason is power. A local won’t automatically work 12 hours a day, seven days a week. All they had to do to get the illegals to do it is tell them they will call INS if they don’t work it. And they give all the illegals the more dangerous jobs (such as cutting up the chicken). If one is injured, they take them to the hospital and then call INS. INS then pays the medical bills, keeping the cost off Tyson’s insurance, and sends the victim home to wherever at no cost to recover.

          • Dennis

            Thats because a local knows the labour laws.What you just said is illegal.You cannot work someone 12 hr days 7 days a week.This is the problem in part.Greed by everyone.Americans will do the jobs but we also know the law and whats fair.They want an honest wage and to be treated fairly.Illegals know nothing and they just come in as if this is mexico and do as they do at home.Ill laugh my ass off when one day all these illegals figure out they are being duped and cheated and demand equal pay with benefits and to be treated fairly.

          • eddie47d

            You are correct Dennis and illegals won’t complain of mistreatment because of fear of deportation.

          • Joe H.

            Dennis,
            I believe you are wrong. I believe it is legal as long as the employee AGREES to it. As long as the employer doesn’t make it manditory.

    • wandamurline

      An illegal alien is a criminal…even if their visas expire….that would be like your driving without a license because you let your license expire…do you think that the police officer issuing you a ticket cares that you did nothing to retain the privilege of driving….same goes with visas…when they are up to expire, then that person should do what is required of him to extend the visa…until then, he is still an “illegal” and that is exactly what it means…under the law, he is a criminal.

      • karel Eekels

        Wandamurline, this is the making of a Sanctuary nation “we the people” need to bring to an abrupt halt, by
        voting these useless elite political animals in Congress, and already at a county board of supervisors out of office come November 2012. This must become a grass root priority. There must be a very clear and basic understanding between legal and illegal. It needs to be compared to tax evasion and tax avoidance. One is legal and the other one is illegal. End of story.

        Calderon in Mexico, has no problem sending his illiterate citizens without employable skills over the border, and so he does by opening the doors of his prisons sending sending law breaking and criminals north where “we the people” are saddled with the care and maintenance of these Central American visitors. We build schools, our hospital emergency rooms are overburdened, etc. President Calderon, the situation would be different if you were to send us doctors, teachers in command of the English language, nurses and qualified health care providers.

        • 45caliber

          There was a group of Mexican politicians who came to Phonex a year or two back complaining because the US wasn’t doing enough to keep the illegals here when there were no jobs. They were saying they simply couldn’t take care of 30+ million Mexicans returning to Mexico for a lack of jobs and it was our responsibility to keep them here. Nice, huh?

          • Joe H.

            45caliber,
            I would show them a place to plant a kiss!!! It’s right on my dark side!! Calderone can kiss the dark side, as well!!

        • s c

          karel, you nailed it. Mexico’s #1 Poser is glad to send us the bottom of his ‘barrel’ (no skills, too many mouths to feed). Fidel did the same thing not too long ago.
          If only they could see through America’s #1 poser, and live here according to our laws, it would be a different matter. As an aside, karel, Mexico just
          happens to have the world’s RICHEST citizen (his last name is Slim).
          Do you think he gives a damn about PAYING his “FAIR” SHARE? If he truly “cared” about his fellow Mexicans, he’d move here, pay his “fair share,” and help us solve HIS problem and that of Obs’s at the same time.
          But, you know how utopians can be when it comes to being realistic, “caring” and truly compassionate.

          • 45caliber

            sc:

            At the time Fidel sent his people here, I was living not too far from Ft. Chaffee in AR where many of them were located by our government.

            The story was that of every five, one was homosexual (a no-no in Cuba), two were convicts, one was a spy, and the last was the only honest person of the bunch, thrown in to make the rest look good.

        • eddie47d

          Don’t worry SC we’ll never accuse you of being caring or compassionate. What planet did your ancestors come from?

          • Joe H.

            eddie,
            don’t worry, WE’LL never accuse you of having any brains, either!!!

    • http://personalliberyt.com 1911man

      illeagle=not leagle=against the law=criminal.

    • T-Texas

      Yes,they are no matter what you say an illegal alien that enters the US undocumented.He or she are criminal and should be prosecuted and sent back from where they came from.Jail time the next time they are caught.

      • FWO21

        If they are jailed, then the taxpayer is still supporting them. Send them home to spend time in their own prisons.

        The problem is not being solved by sending them home. Our government needs to be following the laws on immigration. They worked for others and they will continue to work if only the government would enforce them.

        Of course, what do you expect from a sitting president to refuse to prove to the tax payers, the people who pays his wages, to prove once and for all, he has the legal right to be there in the White House.

    • concerned

      It’s time to saddle up, lock & load and create a free fire zone at the borders.

  • FreedomFighter

    What usually starts out looking like a good thing with goverment allways turns ugly, this law is a camel under the tent.

    Laus Deo
    Semper fi

    • Capitalist at Birth

      Ditto that. I have cancelled my subscription to his newsletter.

  • http://www.abominablefirebug.com Richard B. Johnson

    Many “illegal” aliens were here legally under H1B visas. The DHS, when it took over from the INS, declared that all previous records were defective and needed to be done over. This instantly turned 800,000 or more legals into illegals.

    It is a tremendous problem because in many countries like the Philippines, the ability to go to America is corrupted by many officials with their hands out. It costs about $60,000 to get an appointment to the US emigration if you are living in the Philippines. This, even after you have been sponsored by a US company. If the so-called illegal emigrants from the Philippines were deported, they would have no work, no family, and no way to raise the money again to come back to the US.

    This is one of the reasons why we hear of a plan to “forgive” some illegals and pave the way to American citizenship for some who are already here. There is no easy solution. We need some seasonal farm workers and we need the professionals who were hired because of their demonstrated skills and were here under H1B visas. Turing both groups into criminals is not the solution.

    One such start of a solution is to provide every worker who has been productively employed, paying taxes, and SS, an instant “green card.” This gets rid of the so-called illegals that were created by the DHS. This is only a start.

    • wandamurline

      How much do you think it costs the American tax payer for the “freebies” that these illegal aliens get when they can cross the border and drop a kid on American soil and the government says they are citizens? Try about 230 billion dollars a year. I have Tricare insurance which is military earned by 21+ years of service and three wars…Viet Nam, Desert Storm and Iraq. I go to the local “medicaid” doctor because he is the one that is set up to take my insurance. If you could see with your own eyes how many Mexicans are in that doctor’s office…most of them fixing to drop a kid, you would be in shock and all their medical bills are paid by the American tax payer. Go to Wall Mart on any given day and watch the free food that these people get….watch schools who have to hire additional teachers so the kids, who belong to illegals, can be taught in tex-mex, and you wonder why states across America are just about bankrupt. We will have to look at citizenship for these people, but a couple of years in college or the military, is simply not enough. They need to EARN their citizenship. First, they should have to pay a fine for tresspassing onto American soil…then they can get a “green card” with a number that upon completion of their citizenship will be the number of their social security. They must have a job so they can pay their share of taxes under this number. They will be given the paperwork and books that any “legal” immigrant gets to establish citizenship and they will have to complete the course within a time period or be deported….and the most important of all…not one family member can be on any kind of entitlement, i.e. food stamps, medicaid, free lunches at school….absolutely nothinig. If we are going to make 11 million illegal Mexicans citizen, then they should have to earn that right like the other immigrants and they have to take the same oath to put America before any other country.

      • eddie47d

        How many in your family work in the fields or as a laborer in a menial job? Since you own your own farm maybe you can grow all that you need but others don’t have that benefit.Taking away the workers who are Willing to do the work isn’t the solution. I’d be glad if anyone who walks into a welfare office is put on a bus and forced to work the fields. Until that happens “illegals” will get the respect they deserve. If you can’t motivate the unwilling then hire the willing.

        • 45caliber

          eddie:

          I agree. Those on welfare will not take a job – any job. But if you cut off their welfare, they might change their minds. But having them refuse jobs is not a reason to keep the illegals here. There are others who will work. The only reason they can’t get the jobs is because the employers have power problems and prefer to hire in groups rather than individuals.

    • Joe H.

      Richard,
      your 800,000number is kinda high as there are less than 300.000 issued per year. 2008 there were 272,350 issued.

  • http://liberyalearts john p.

    THE GOVERNMENT ARE LIARS THEY DON’T NO WHAT THE TRUTH IS. AND IF YOU
    BE LEAVE THESE PEOPLE SHAME ON YOU.THESE ILLEGALS ARE COSTING THE
    TAX PAYERS ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR.
    THESE PEOPLE CAME HERE THROUGH THE BACK DOOR. I SAY SEND THEM
    ALL BACK.BUT THE GOOD OLD BOY’S THE DEMOCRATS NEED THERE VOTES.

    • Vagabond

      John you said it, the democrats need and want their vote. thats why they protect them, vote the sorry SOBs out,

    • eddie47d

      Sorry it has nothing to do with votes but human decency in being fair to those who do the work.

      • 45caliber

        We aren’t trying to do anything bad to them when they do the work. We simply want them to go home. When did it become a crime against human decency to send them home? So they do the work? Get some Americans to do it. There are plenty who will take the job – particularly if the employers pay a decent wage.

      • eddie47d

        Americans won’t accept the low wages or the hard work and never stay on the job.

        • 45caliber

          Americans won’t stay on the job if they can find one that pays more elsewhere. Why should they? It is like baggers at a grocery store. They change out frequently because they are always looking for a better job. And I don’t blame them. Are YOU willing to take a low paying job and stay with it when you can find a better one?

          • Joe H.

            45caliber,
            eddie would stay if it was a union job!!! He wouldn’t survive in a non-union atmosphere!!!

  • JTB

    Yeah what part of “ILLEGAL” don’t they understand? On Saturday I was shopping at a local strip mall and thought I was in Mexico. I heard more spanish in the few hrs. I was shopping than I have in my whole life.

  • http://personalliberyt.com 1911man

    hey Bob, happy thanksgiving.I don’t like h.r.822 because it involves the fed in the process, I’d like it to remain in the hands of the states,although, I’d like to see resiprocity in all states.If it could pass unperverted I beleive it would be great, but, I fear that won’t happen and will be used to promate more control of gun ownership.I also beleive that “right to bear arms” means just that, but it will take alot of work to get that back as the law of the land.

    • http://personalliberyt.com 1911man

      sorry, should be happy thanksgiving dave,I’m flipping back and forth between articals to read posts and got mixed up on my reply

  • http://PersonalLibertyDigest..dhspolicy... VGF

    When the “Full ‘ costs to the American Taxpayers Is Tallied Up…It envolves A hundred plus Times More than is Ever >>made Known to us. Consider All the Little “Drop-offs ” Of More Births Every YEAR..by these Illegal Aliens..And YOU Have A Lot to Think About ..Before considering Making Them Legal..And Privvy to The Freebies They Always Expect and never fail to Show up for. Fact is, WE can`t afford them. Send Them Back to their own country. Tell them to Work at Fixing their Country and Stop Slipping ( Sneaking ) into our Country… And Demolishing it, economically. In a few words…Stay In Your Own Country and Stop trekking in here. Like it or Not, This is How the Majority of The Citizens here Feel. The Guvmt. Has its` own agenda for not only allowing this Situation to Exist, but in encouraging it. [ A Weakened Nation From Within creates a nation of Easily Manipulated people ] … You surely must know that those Over 600 ‘internment Camps were not Built in this Country… [ And in many Other Places ) For ”No Reason or purpose ”. Think..People.. If you don`t prepare yourself against What is Ahead..Who Will ? In the meantime..Deport Every illegal who has Sneaked in here..( And That Goes For All The OFF spring they have Accumulated Since Being Here. Cruel ? By no means. Call it The Right Thing to do..While Preserving Our Country For The Legal Tax paying Citizens . To do nothing about this Problem can only lead to A failure to ever rebuilding our economy. GET rid of the DRAIN on our economy.. CLOSE OUR Borders and our pocketbooks to all illegals. They are breaking our law by being here.That makes them Criminal by intent.

    • 45caliber

      I used to have a friend in Chicago who owned a cheap apartment building. (He sold it finally.) All who lived there worked – both husband and wife. But they also drew every “free” thing the government would hand out. Their comments to him where “it is there, free, and if you don’t take it then you are stupid.”

      Is this what we want our help to go to? Is this what we want to teach the children?

  • Realist

    You can try to smooth the terminology over and gloss it with fancy terms but being in this country illegally is breaking a law and this
    must be remediated. Changing laws to make it legal means that we do not
    abide by our laws of immigration nor enforce them. Small wonder that
    immigrants that come to this country for employment and benefits ignore
    those laws and do not take them seriously. Sneaking into this country by entering illegally leads to:
    Immigration fraud:
    Tax Fraud: Claims for EIC
    Benefits application fraud: Food stamps, Welfare Emergency room abuse
    Election and voting fraud:
    Disease: (very serious matter)
    Crimes: (Murder/rape/DWI)
    License fraud:
    The list goes on and on and no end to the possibilities which makes a worker coming to this country more of a liability than a benefit.
    The cost is up in the billions and nearly 4,000 Americans are killed or raped at the hands of the illegal alien work force coning from Mexico and South America. The number of unlicensed drunk driver and hit-and-runs increase at an alarming rate! All this so we can give our impoverished neighbors a break on their economy?

    • Thinking About

      If illegal employers was fined to repay for the social services used by their illegal employees and their families would bring wages too high for th to pay, ergo they would prefer to hire those who are legal. There are provisions for farmers to get employees with visas do we don’t have to worry about the crops. It is jobs like carpenters, plumbers which deprive our citizens of jobs. Put the illegal employers in jail also.

    • Joe H.

      Realist,
      all those are crimes as are identification fraud, employment fraud, driving without LEGAL licence and a whole list of others. Abummer says he only wants to deport the ones with a criminal record or are committing crimes? Well there you go!!! DEPORT ALL OF THEM AS THEY ARE GUILTY OF CRIMES!!!

  • http://moniquer7 Merlin

    All ILLEAGAL aliens are by difinition criminals. When does the injustice derpartment get to decide what laws it will or will not inforce?

  • hitthedeck

    When you have a Justice Department that uses abstract laws to override existing laws for political correctness you have a worthless department that should be purged to rid it of people like Eric Holder. I would like to see a law enacted to prosecute officers who fail to enforce the law starting with the top officials who are in charge of any law enforcement agency.

    • 45caliber

      And members of Congress who are famous for ignoring the laws they pass themselves.

  • http://personallibertydigest Lyle McDaniell

    Ditto to hit. And another thing eddie says something about a brain transplant? I would say from that commie crap he spews there probably isnt even a brain cavity to transplant one into. The best solution to the border problem is to set a 50 Cal machine gun up every 200 yards along the border and orders to fire at anything moving north. Give a brand new can of pepsi to anything moving south so they can make it out of range. Then bring our troops home to be gunrunners. Its time for some guts on this issue semper fi

    • 45caliber

      Back several years ago, they had a patrol of Marines on the border here in Texas. A man on the Mexico side began shooting at them. At first they thought that the guy simply didn’t know they were there. They jumped up and down and yelled, etc. He kept shooting. Finally they realized he certainly did know they were there and was trying to shoot them. One Marine shot back and killed him.

      The Marine faced a military trial at the demand of our government who was taking a demand from the Mexican government. He was found innocent. Our government then decided that since he’d shot a civilian, it should be tried in a civil court. So he was tried a second time. He was found innocent. So finally our government decided he should be tried for violating that Mexican’s civil rights. So he was tried in Federal court – the THIRD TIME for the same crime. He had a jury and was found innocent again.

      Since then both governments do not want our soldiers on the border. Some poor Mexican trying to kill them might get shot. After all, it isn’t fair to shoot BACK.

      • Joe H.

        45caliber,
        Then don’t SHOOT back! Launch morters!!! I’m dam tired of the government playing patta-cake with the Mexican government!! Until they cut off ALL illegal entry into our country, cut off all aid to their country, including arms or military aid. See how long calderone lasts against the drug lords if we do THAT!! I’ll bet if we did that he would decree all illegal entry into the US was strictly forbidden!! He’d enforce it, too!!

    • Karolyn

      That’s a disgusting thing for a human being to say. I am assuming you are a human being? This is not Iran.

      • TruePatriot49

        Karolyn, November 23, 2011 at 12:10 pm
        You sound like a Marxist socialist Democrat. Please look up the word illegal and read what it says. Illegal = Criminal. Criminals get sent to jail. Deportation saves the taxpayers the expense of caring for these people. When they hear that the FREE RIDE is over, maybe they will learn to make a living in their own country.

  • http://personallibertydigest Lyle McDaniell

    I had heard that story from sources other than media 45.When I was a marine we had commies to our north .Korea. Here they are to the south. Same crap .just targets.

    • Karolyn

      I see now. You’ve been trained to view certain people as just targets.

      • Joe H.

        karolyn,
        That’s how a very large portion of THEM feel about US!!! La Familia says we have to LEAVE our country!!! They say it’s all theirs!! I’ll give them some minerals from the US in exchange for being left alone. Galena, copper, carbon, sulfer, and a little salt peter for good measure!!! Might be a few I forget, but I’m sure you get the point!!

  • ohoh

    David Morris: “Most countries have streamlined processes to let people stay in their countries long-term if they obey the law and are productive members of society. I’m good with that.”

    I’m not, unless they stop misinterpreting the 14th Amendment and awarding US citizenship to anchor babies.

  • David Warheit

    Okay,you’re crazy. Entering the US without authorization or entering with authorization and then violating the terms of your admission by, say, overstaying or working without authorization ARE NOT CRIMES. Proof: when an alien applies at a US consulate for a visa to visit the US, he is asked if he has ever committed a crime, including crimes for which he never was arrested or charged with. State Dept. regulations make it perfectly clear that if an applicant has ever committed such an offense, such is not considered to be a crime and thus, if there is nothing else, a “No” answer is completely appropriate. When people say stupid, crazy things, such as this article, I don’t say that they are criminals, I just say they are stupid and crazy. The aliens mentioned in this article are not criminals, not crazy, and not stupid. They have come here for a better life, and God bless them.

    • http://personalliberyt.com 1911man

      So by that reasoning dave, since CA.allows medical pot to be sold,drug smugelers bringing pot to CA raren,t drug smugelers, they are mecical product suppliers?

      • http://personalliberyt.com 1911man

        illeagle=not leagle=against the law=criminal

    • Joe H.

      David W.
      Then if you feel that way YOU pay their way and leave the rest of us taxpayers ALONE!!! I will give charity to whom I feel is deserving, not who the government demms deserving!!! If you can’t understand THAT then you have no sense of right and wrong!!!

    • http://NA Linda Brune

      Our economy is collapsing because of these parasites and you have the unmitigated gall to defend them? Is your last name really Martinez?

    • Joe H.

      Dave W.,
      I reread your post and have come up with a scenario if YOU were asking the questions to get a visa.
      Dave: Have you ever committed a crime?
      Mexican: OH, no senior.”boy is this Americano loco in the cabezza”
      Dave: have you ever entered the US illegally?
      Mexican: Oh no senior, never today.
      Dave: you mean BEFORE today?
      Mexican: No habla engles, senior.
      Dave: Visa granted!
      Mexican: Thank you senior. ” estupido Gringo.”
      Illegal gets his entry visa, kills two women and a child and runs back across the border to re-apply twenty times each time getting in to do more damage!!!

  • http://www.personalliberties.com cindi kubicki

    I live in Las Vegas, where the unemployment rate is higher than anywhere else. It is my belief that the reason For this is illegal residents. I have been layed off or terminated because I wasn’t Mexican. My last job at Ellis Island Casino where I was one of two out of fifty servers who were white, non mexican and I was terminated for complaining of sexual harassment from my fellow server Jesus. but considering that the new general manager ( not the one that hired me) is also mexican i should not be surprised that i was let go. Also I am fairly certain that Jesus is an illegal as he has stated that he could not obtain adrivers liscence even though he drives to work every day. so now how do you think i feel about illegals? I’m angry very angry.

    • Karolyn

      cindi – Why did you not take your complaints higher up?

  • Aix Sponsa

    David I’d like to comment that I believe that you are looking at the illegal aliens through rose colored glasses. Facts are that they do take work from locals and they do not pay taxes on cash money earned. Many of them here get government checks and work. According to the census our local area is 50+% drawing gov checks not counting ADC and food stamps. We are staring at 30% unemployment also. I was officially told by the state that I am not unemployed because I don’t get a check anymore… mmm. feels like I am broke. HR 322 opens the door to future abuse.

  • Old Henry

    I do not understand leaving any illegals to run loose. Illegals ARE criminals by definition. These “people” have broken into our “house”. What do we normally do with / to burglars? Eisenhouwer had “Operation Wetback” in the 50s. We should do it again.

    I also do not see the need to get concealed carry permits as the Second Amendment is our permit. Any and all gun laws are illegal laws. What part of “shall not be infringed” do people not understand? It’s no dirt-bag politician’s business who owns guns, how many, or what kind.

    Anyone who works for the TSA / DHS is by definition a pervert. That is a requirement for working for a communist organization. We should not have to “declare” any firearms in our luggage. It will be in the cargo hold and not accessable.

    I am surprised those TSA commies are so cordial with you as it takes time away from their molesting little kids and old ladies.

    I feel sorry for you having to fly so much, but you have to make a living, and the communist federal govt. knows that.

    YOur smoked turkey sounds like it will be absolutely delicious. Makes me hungry just reading your article.

    Do you think you could do an article, or articles, about smoking meat for storage?

  • R. Riley

    It has been reported Homeland Security coordinated nationwide the eviction of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators from several Protest Encampments, by getting Local Governments to allege that certain Protestor encampments presented e.g., Health & Sanitation concerns; had criminal activity; might pose a threat to public health or safety. Even if true; do the eviction actions by U.S. Government against Occupy Wall Street protestors potentially lay the groundwork to mirror police actions taken against lawful German demonstrators that followed the enactment of the Nazi 1933 Discriminatory Decrees (see below) that allowed the Reich government to exercise absolute police power and authority over local Governments to restrict and suspend Free Speech; terminate a Citizen’s right to free expression, assembly and association, whenever the Nazi Government arbitrarily deemed it necessary to assert such measures to restore public health; restore civil order or National Security. While U.S. City Officials used different wording to evict the Occupy Wall Street protestors, the end result was to shutdown Wall Street Occupiers’ Free Speech; right to Free Expression and Association. It should be noted that following the suspension of German Citizens’ Liberties in 1933; Free Speech, Right to Free Expression and Association that Germany traveled down a fascist road that ultimately lead to its destruction.

    1933. ROBL. I 83.

    DECREE OF THE REICH PRESIDENT FOR THE PROTECTION OF
    THE PEOPLE AND STATE

    Note: Based on translations by State Department, National Socialism, 1942 PP. 215-17, and Pollak, J.K., and Heneman, H.J., The Hitler Decrees, (1934), pp. 10-11.7

    In virtue of Section 48 (2) of the German Constitution, the following is decreed as a defensive measure against Communist acts of Violence, endangering the state:

    Section 1
    Sections 114, 115, 117, 118, 123, 124, and 153 of the Constitution of the German Reich are suspended until further notice. Thus, restrictions on personal liberty, on the right of free expression of opinion, including freedom of the press, on the right of assembly and the right of association, and violations of the privacy of postal, telegraphic, and telephonic communications, and warrants for house-searches, orders for confiscations as well as restrictions on property, are also permissible beyond the legal limits otherwise prescribed.

    Section 2
    If in a state the measures necessary for the restoration of public security and order are not taken, the Reich Government may temporarily take over the powers of the highest state authority.

    Section 4
    Whoever provokes, or appeals for or incites to the disobedience of the orders given out by the supreme state authorities or the authorities subject to then for the execution of this decree, or the orders given by the Reich Government according to Section 2, is punishable—insofar as the deed, is not covered by the decree with more severe punishment and with imprisonment of not less that one month, or with a fine from 150 up to 15,000 Reichsmarks.

    Who ever endangers human life by violating Section 1, is to be punished by sentence to a penitentiary, under mitigating circumstances with imprisonment of not less than six months and, when violation causes the death of a person, with death, under mitigating circumstances with a penitentiary sentence of not less that two years. In addition the sentence my include confiscation of property.

    Whoever provokes an inciter to or act contrary to public welfare is to be punished with a penitentiary sentence, under mitigating circumstances, with imprisonment of not less than three months.

    Section 5
    The crimes which under the Criminal Code are punishable with penitentiary for life are to be punished with death: i.e., in Sections 81 (high treason), 229 (poisoning), 306 (arson), 311 (explosion), 312 (floods), 315, paragraph 2 (damage to railroad properties, 324 (general poisoning).

    Insofar as a more severe punishment has not been previously provided for, the following are punishable with death or with life imprisonment or with imprisonment not to exceed 15 years:

    1. Anyone who undertakes to kill the Reich President or a member or a commissioner of the Reich Government or of a state government, or provokes to such a killing, or agrees to commit it, or accepts such an offer, or conspires with another for such a murder;

    2. Anyone who under Section 115 (2) of the Criminal Code (serious rioting) or of Section 125 (2) of the Criminal Code (serious disturbance of the peace) commits the act with arms or cooperates consciously and intentionally with an armed person;

    3. Anyone who commits a kidnapping under Section 239 of the Criminal with the intention of making use of the kidnapped person as a hostage in the political struggle.

    Section 6
    This decree enters in force on the day of its promulgation.

    Reich President
    Reich Chancellor
    Reich Minister of the Interior
    Reich Minister of Justice

  • Karolyn

    It’s really weird that many immigrants who would enrich this country have such a hard time coming here. There was a story on the news about a young middle-eastern guy who had come here to start a high-tech business but was kicked out when his visa expired. He went to Canada but realy wanted his business located here. After the story was spotlighted on ABC News, he got an apology from Immigration and was allowed to come back and keep his business, which employs 100 people. Here is a guy who could be another Steve Jobs. Apparently, there are many like him.

  • C. R.

    Succinctly, did anyone ever say that the employees we have on Capitol Hill are intelligent and able to reason? No, I did not think so. Illegal is set forth quite clearly in any dictionary if they had bothered to check. All those who enter without proper documentation are illegals and thereby criminals, so all, including their offspring who definitely knew they were here illegally feasting on our monies, should be moved out just like a sheriff moves you out in 5 days when you cannot pay rent or a mortgage. Ship them out! Stop fudging and playing with words. They broke the law, we have too many in our jails and prisons that cost us a fortune; ditto schools, hospitals, car accidents, etc. Ship them out now!

  • http://wwwtransgenderhealthcare.com diane nero

    the first step in ferminininization thearpy is determining at what speed and what the individual want to achieve and what health consideration may play a factor in progress most individual had to come to the us for complete fermininininzation and deired a medical prpgrams that would achive thier goals quickly while maintain one good health naturally in day to day proactice there ar many varaitions on the theme here are looking at the typical regimens that being complete ferminininzation the maxiumum in the shortest period of time the fewest undesirable side-effects both physical and emotional when looking at the process acheiving female attributes such as element development fulness in the hips softer texture in the skin etc and ridding oneself of male attributes such as excessive muscalar upper body development body patten hair loss of scalp beard growth etc resounces for paying for transgender healthcare prpgrams job placement iam experincing discrimination support group netywork group

    • Joe H.

      Another PERFECT example that Nero still fiddles!! The subject is immigration?!??

  • jersey

    If you are tired of all the yak-yak and insanity about US Immigration Policy, the best book on the subject, so packed with verifiable facts and statistics that it is a challenge to read – and worth the effort – see Michele Wucker’s book, Lockout (Why
    America Keeps Getting Immigration Wrong When Our Prosperity Depends on
    Getting It Right)

    It does cut through a lot of the B.S. that is ranted about.

  • James

    Let’s be honest. It has become patently obvious that the Executive Branch of the federal government has no intentiions of stopping the flow of illegals into America. It’s part of their dream of a world without national borders, and a one world government.

  • Bandit

    ILLEGAL – not sanctioned by official rules, not lawful, criminal, illegitimate (Webster)we cant round them up and send them home or arrest them and put them to work cleaning the streets or picking produce to pay their way thru citizenship and english classes – WHY??? How bad do u want to b here if u hv to bust yer asss to pay for other illegitimates to live on the sweat of yr brow ? Were havin to do it and hv no horse on the track! As the avg American in a foreign country outstay your visa and your a spy or terrorist, arrested, held and who knows? (oh, never mind, being conservative or libertarian guess we r now terrorists in our own country, silly me) Waitin 4 the KGB, no wait, we call it HSS !

  • Falcon

    The DHS and the Patriot Act should have been gone along with Bush.

  • Temporary Resident

    Couple of things I noticed missing.
    Illegal Mexicans send most of their money back to their families in Mexico to spend, thus boosting their economy.
    Illegals are getting aggressive and militaristic toward anyone who dares cross them, and some have killed. Arizona.

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