Close The Barn Door First

What have you done to stop this immigration bill lately? Last week went well, but Washington is going to try to push it through again this week. Forget about last week. They still haven’t gotten the message. Or rather, they still refuse to believe you. Or they have begun not listening to you any more since the country is now run by talk radio. What? Well, according to Trent Lott anyways. Call your senators again this week, right now, tell them what you support and what you don’t.

There is not one compelling reason to not close the border first. They’ve already approved and appropriated money to build a border fence. And it is the only provision in the bill that virtually everyone has voted for. But there is no will in Washington to follow through with it. Which is exactly why they include it in this immigration bill. They are twisting your arm to get you to accept automatic legalization (some call it amnesty) of millions of illegal aliens in order to close the border. That’s why the insistence for a comprehensive bill. NO, I think we need to close the barn door first.

This bill, if approved, aside from granting legal status to millions, including convicted criminals and those who were deported and came back, or never left, will also change the demographics of this country into something more resembling Americo than America. And they don’t seem to have a problem with that.

That, and you’ll have to live with the fact that those wanting this bill will characterize you as being “anti-immigration.” That slur could not be further from the truth. It is illegal immigration that most Americans do not approve of.

Both are counting on the Latino vote. Aside from being ridiculous, because they would overwhelmingly vote democrat, not republican, what we have here are democrats and republicans putting politics ahead of our country. And us citizens and legal immigrants will pay for it. Watch it happen or take action now.

NYT: Senate Leaders Agree to Revive Immigration Bill

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