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Friday, April 07, 2006

CAII: Mala Suerte - ToO BaD

From Freedom Watch:

While watching John Gibson's. "The Big Story" on the Fox News Channel, as one of his guests was G. Gordon Liddy. Mr. Liddy, a radio talk show host spoke about the compromise reached in the senate today regarding the illegal immigration legislation. Mr. Liddy pointed out that the Mexicans feel swindled out of land here in the US, namely Texas, Arizona and California.

Here is an excerpt from an earlier article I wrote pointing out the very exact same point:
This is a ploy by the Mexican government to repatriate portions of the US they believe they were swindled out of. Consider the following. Eleven million illegals are in the US. Our Congress and Senate are stumbling all over themselves to arrive at a bill to satisfy the soon to be critical voting issue of the Hispanic vote that both parties so desperately want.
Repatriation (from late Latin repatriare - to restore someone to his homeland) is a term used to describe the process of the return of refugees or soldiers to their homes, most notably following a war. This is the goal of the Hispanics here illegally. La Raza- means inclusively, declaring that traditional concepts of race and nationality can be transcended in the name of humanity's common destiny.

How fitting when G. Gordon Liddy told John Gibson that while the protesters marched last week carrying Mexican flags they chanted such things as, "we will take the U.S.". Sadly, today the senate compromise is just bringing these illegal immigrants one-step closer to perhaps ultimately conceiving that reality.

While the debate continues it is still noted the plan to march on May 1st - "The Great American Boycott of 2006" is scheduled as planned. The 'illegals' are not 'pleased' with this compromise. They want more. Hispanics most illegal, some legal all believe that there should be no penalties and complete amnesty. I will not even ask if you can believe that, you can. It is a reality.

Today the republicans gave in tot he protests of last week empowering the illegal immigrants to continue to march on. There are no bad consequences to be handed down, no arrests and they may continue to march because they can and they can even have their way. The Democrats are still blocking the Republicans who hope to add amendments calling for 'illegal immigrant criminals' to not be allowed any privileges, but to be deported. The irony with this is that I believed if you broke the law you were a criminal. Illegal immigrants broke the law and that qualifies them as criminals.

Should this bill pass in the Senate, any differences will have to be negotiated with the House. Speaker Dennis Hastert did not rule out including elements of the Senate bill. Senator Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., the sponsor of the more restrictive House bill that passed in December said, "Something must come from the Senate if a final product approved by both chambers is going to be enacted."

All talk, no action and just more politics. To think we the people have elected these officials to represent us, perhaps it is time that 'we the people' made a trip to the Capital and visit the Senate and the House because it is obvious the will and voices of 'we the people' are not heard.

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**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email me and let me know at what level you would like to participate.

Cross posted at: Coalition Against Illegal Immigration

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