Saturday, April 01, 2006

Immigration March - What the Media Won't Show You

The media cannot/will not show you the true face of this week's march in favor of letting illegal immigrants overrun the country, but I can:

Hmmm, are these the people that we are offering "amnesty" to; the ones we want to put on a "citizen" track? We'll wake up in 2015 with the same problem that Europe has now - a core population that hates their new country and wants to impose their value system upon it. The MSM, and politicians of both parties, are so afraid of being called a racist by the PC left they deny reality, and the broad wishes of the American people, and are prepared to open the floodgates.

Be aware that I do not oppose immigration at all, in fact, it is part of the lifeblood of any healthy country. But it must be done legally, and in a controlled fashion, especially during wartime - the idea that the borders should remain open and anyone who happens to cross has automatically earned rights and privileges is absolutely insane. And incidentally, if we are willing to offer amnesty and turn a blind eye towards illegal entry into the country, what the hell is the incentive for anyone to follow the current immigration laws now in place?

Gateway Pundit has a perfect example of how legal residents are now being punished in favor of illegal aliens, right here in my home state of New Jersey (which is slowly, but surely, being turned into a liberal madhouse). He refers to -

a rally in front of the New Jersey Statehouse in Trenton yesterday in support of proposed state and federal legislation that would allow some immigrant children without legal U.S. residency to attend state colleges and universities at in-state tuition rates. (AP)

The legislation, known as The DREAM Act is:

The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act was introduced in 2002 to help students who are living in the United States illegally but have graduated from high school and want to attend college. The proposal would grant temporary status to qualified immigrants (and state funding), which could eventually lead to lawful permanent residence and citizenship

And of course, I am sure all of the children of law-abiding, tax-paying, resident Americans who are having trouble affording college will be taken care of as well, correct? What? Didn't see that proposal in the DREAM ACT? Yea, neither did I. See what is going on here? The honest being punished in favor of the dishonest. Nice morality these liberals are trying to impose upon us...

And for more on the "hard working, honest" immigrants pictured above, see here.

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