Saturday, September 22, 2007

ILLEGAL Immigration is the Key Issue

Too many Democrats are actively running away from the issue of Illegal Immigration. They refuse to address it in a meaningful manner and in fact collectively resemble bratty five year olds with their fingers stuck in their ears yelling "nahnahnah" to block out the drumbeats that are the increasing frustration that most voters, not just Republicans, but Democrats and Independents as well, with the inability of Congress and the Feds to get a grasp on what this deluge of illegal immigrants is doing to our nation. I have included a couple of current quotes, but I also have a four year old blog post from a Democrat who even back then was frustrated with the way her party and her candidates were ignoring the issue of ILLEGAL immigration. Once again, it's not the legel immigration most people mind. This isn't Jim Crow retroactively kicking in. Instead it is a steady, measured and what appears to be a coordinated effort by the Mexican government to rid themselves of their unwanted lower classes and palm off the responsibility for education, health and welfare on the United States.
Here's the Blog
And while you are waiting, here's a quote from another source.

"Regarding the Ongoing, Nationwide, Immigration Debate:

"Localities that fail to cooperate with DHS in identifying criminal aliens in their custody may end up paying a steep price. They ensure that criminal aliens who could otherwise be deported, are released back into the community to commit further crimes, which they do at an astonishing rate. A Government Accountability Office study found that 55,322 criminal aliens were arrested a total of at least 459,614 times, averaging over eight arrests per alien. The Department of Justice expressed its surprise at the 'extremely high' rate of re-arrests for criminal aliens when it found that that 73 criminal aliens in a study group were arrested a total of 429 times. Localities that adopt 'sanctuary' policies, in an effort to be welcoming to both legal and illegal immigrants, need to consider whether such policies have the effect of attracting and incubating crime."

-- Senator John Kyl (R-AZ), Finance Committee
Subcommittee on Taxation and IRS Oversight
and Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on
Terrorism, Technology and Homeland Security

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