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Reform – Making Illegal Immigration Legal

May 25, 2012
J.B. Williams, News With Views

Governments have never been known to reform themselves and the current debate over immigration reform is no different than the notion that government will cut spending and clip its own wings. By reform, D.C. politicians mean, to make that which is currently illegal, legal.

Lawmakers have been stopped from passing amnesty for millions of illegal aliens living in America. But they have not been forced to enforce our immigration and naturalization laws and even when Border States attempt to enforce those laws, the federal government sues the state on behalf of illegal immigrants.

In a current piece issued by the Census Bureau, titled Minorities now surpass whites in US births, Bureau racial statistics chief Roderick Harrison states – “This is an important landmark.” – “This generation is growing up much more accustomed to diversity than its elders.”

Of course, most of those “minorities” are in the United States illegally. This is of no great concern to Harrison. But what does concern Harrison is this – “We remain in a dangerous period where those appealing to anti-immigration elements are fueling a divisiveness and hostility that might take decades to overcome,” Harrison said.

For several years now, Americans have been wrongly accused of being “anti-immigration” just because they want their immigration and naturalization laws to be enforced. But calling someone anti-immigration because they oppose illegal immigration is akin to calling them anti-banking because they oppose bank robbery.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

One Comment leave one →
  1. May 28, 2012 12:38 am

    Not publically printable.

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