The Virginia Commission on Immigration, stacked by Governor Kaine with a large number of illegal alien apologists, is expected to issue a report to the Governor urging him to abandon any efforts to ensure that our laws are enforced and instead make it easier for illegal aliens to unlawfully reside in Virginia, according to today’s Washington Post. Although this is not unexpected given who Kaine put on this commission, it is nonetheless outrageous.
Among the recommendations being reported by WMAL are the following:
- Shortening the Medicaid requirement of residency for certain immigrants.
- In-state tuition to certain immigrants.
- The creation of an immigration assistance office.
And here’s what the commission will say should not be done:
- Allowing hospitals to keep tabs and fingerprint patients who do not pay their bills.
- Force proof of legal residence to be eligible for public assistance.
So in uncertain economic times we’re supposed to increase the public benefits illegal aliens are eligible for, further undermine the ability of tradesmen to compete with illegal aliens for jobs, and encourage more illegal aliens to unlawfully reside in Virginia and enroll their children in our public school system? I think Kaine and his cronies have this one phenominally wrong.
Let him know just how wrong he is here.
For a dose of sanity, here is Corey Stewart’s reaction on WMAL.
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