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Amnesty Talk And Unemployment

By Greg L | 28 December 2009 | Illegal Aliens | 13 Comments

This ridiculous bill has about zero chance of seeing the light of day but it’s still disturbing that the federal government seems interested in not only granting amnesty to illegal aliens, but ceasing all state and local assistance to federal authorities enforcing our immigration laws and killing the E-Verify program that hundreds of thousands of employers use to make sure they’re only hiring legal workers.  The biggest concern these days, rather than whether this idiocy could possibly pass, should be whether proposing amnesty for illegal aliens will cause the same huge influx of illegals trying to take advantage of it that we saw in 1986, just when there are hundreds of thousands of unemployed Virginians.

When legal workers are struggling, the last thing we need are more illegal aliens unlawfully filling what should be their jobs.  When the feds talk about amnesty, it just adds fuel to this disturbing problem.

Recently Zogby conducted a survey in Mexico that found a third of the citizens of that country would want to relocate to the United States if they possibly could, and amnesty discussions of any kind help to open up those possibilities.  A tenth of that nation’s population already lives in the U.S., so this could quadruple the number of Mexican nationals living in the United States to the point that nearly a half of that nation resides here.  Where do they all go?  What happens to public schools and the other municipal services that would be suddenly swamped in such an eventuality?

I can’t fathom why instead of fixing the economy, some of our elected officials seem so intent on exacerbating the problems that are causing so many of us such pain.  Talk of amnesty just makes the problems we are facing worse.

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  1. Tyler Durden said on 28 Dec 2009 at 11:47 am:
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    “[T]he last thing we [as a country] need are more illegal aliens unlawfully filling what should be their jobs.”

    However, traitorous business owners need them for slave labor.

    Traitorous politicians need them as uneducated, illiterate voters.

    Traitorous real estate agents need them to buy houses.

    Traitorous lenders need them to take out loans.

    Traitorous, ugly, fat broads need them to marry.

  2. Cynic said on 28 Dec 2009 at 12:47 pm:
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    You forgot to mention the liberal traitors! And, for the most part, they are educated!

    “Traitorous, ugly, fat broads need them to marry.”

    Like they say, there are some ‘jobs” that Americans will not do!

  3. Kevin C said on 28 Dec 2009 at 3:41 pm:
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    Don’t forget people, THIS is the government that’s going to “FIX” health care !!!???!!!???

  4. Bob said on 28 Dec 2009 at 3:43 pm:
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    There is a great book out “on the IMMORALITY OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION” by a Catholic priest, Father J. Bascio, C. S. Sp. We should furnish copies to Congress who the priest says are the most harmed in the job market.

  5. Karla H said on 28 Dec 2009 at 4:19 pm:
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    I find this continuous talk of amnesty unfathomable.

    1. Immigration law was designed to control the influx of people to our nation for security and to preserve our wealth. The very people who created the laws to limit immigration (i.e. our government) now want to change the laws they created, for their own convenience. As I’ve said before, this is tantamount to having no law at all. This is the definition of anarchy.
    2. Didn’t We the People make if clear in the last attempt at amnesty that we did not want it? Can our representatives not hear? Instead of doing the real job we hired them for (i.e. upholding the law), they crept back into their rat holes, only to pop out occasionally with the same legislation.
    3. We do need immigrants… LEGAL immigrants… with EDUCATIONS and SKILLS. We need doctors, scientists, engineers. People who create wealth, and justify their existence with a proportionate amount of tax. Uneducated immigrants are a net loss to our society.
    4. I pay taxes, ostensibly for national defense. I do not see our government defending our southern border. I see quite the opposite. I see our government willing to grant amnesty to lawbreakers. I see our government favoring illegal aliens over tax paying, law abiding citizens. I find myself paying taxes to be betrayed by my very own government. I am not seeing “a return on my investment.” As oxymoronic as it may sound, I find the US government to be un-American, and I challenge them to justify their behavior.

  6. Bridget said on 28 Dec 2009 at 4:21 pm:
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    Hell of a way to secure America: Anyone - with nothing more than a sob story - can now gain entry:


  7. Advocator said on 28 Dec 2009 at 6:29 pm:
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    And furthermore, Karla H., we find ourselves paying for things that the majority of our fellow citizens do not want and definitely do not want to pay for.

    When, in the course of human events …

  8. Anonymous said on 28 Dec 2009 at 7:06 pm:
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    The ship has a hole and is sinking. We have a leader that has no experience in practically anything and a bunch of politicians that could care less about what we the people think. What we have here is a failure to communicate.

  9. Rharrison said on 29 Dec 2009 at 8:21 am:
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    The bill isn’t designed to pass. It is designed to make the Democrats, especially Harry Reid good to some Hispanic voters. Reid and his allies promised Hispanic activist groups that immigration reform (read: amnesty) would be a top priority once the Democrats controlled Washington. So now they have to at least pretend to try to enact an amnesty bill before the next election.

    Ironically, if the bill actually passed, it would certainly doom Reid and several other Democrats this coming November. This is all political theater designed to appease a few political groups who know better, but will pretend they don’t so their leaders can keep getting invited to White House parties.

    Sen. Schumer is drafting the real immigration reform bill, which should be introduced in late January or early February.

  10. citizenofmanassas said on 29 Dec 2009 at 8:24 am:
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    What do you expect from the despots in Washington? They are in power and have waited a long time to submit their bills they feel are “best” for the Country.

  11. Hazegray said on 30 Dec 2009 at 2:56 pm:
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    There was an article in USA Today that recently noted that Justice Sontameyer recently issued a Supreme Court referring to “undocumented immigrants.” Don’t bet your last dime that THIS bill will “never pass” — with help like this from many sources, it just might….

  12. I"m just saying... said on 30 Dec 2009 at 10:18 pm:
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    Rude stuff, Taylor Durden & Cynic, rude stuff. It brings down the quality of the blog considerably (and might explain why the hit rate is dropping so fast - even I don’t like reading crap like that). Re, “…need them to marry…” and “…‘jobs” that Americans will not do…”, Have you ever considered that the women you come in contact with are so turned off by your manners that they think they can do better elsewhere? You both make someone standing in front of a 7/11 look pretty good. With manners like yours, I’m guessing you’re both single.

  13. Cynic said on 31 Dec 2009 at 11:22 pm:
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    Please exclude my above statements as it would be a conflict of interest if I commented on them.

    But, I thought the statements by the other individual were accurate, outstanding, and hilarious!

    If one does not like reading accurate, outstanding, and hilarious statements well, then do not read them.

    Manners - That’s a woman’s natural right to choose whether they want to be turned off - or for that matter - turned on by whatever statements floats their boat.

    You are rather judgmental - “You both make someone standing in front of a 7/11 look pretty good. With manners like yours, I’m guessing you’re both single.”

    Like, just what is wrong with someone standing in front of a 7/11?

    BTW - What’s your position on Amnesty?

    I am opposed to Amnesty.

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