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Wednesday, May 29, 2013


 Talk this up on the radio; tell your friends to call their offices locally, state and to the Congressional switchboard.  Don't be nice or polite.  Doesn't hack it with those morons they put on the phones.  You tell them how you feel. Fax them.  Tell them to record your call because you want to stand and be counted.  All electronic correspondence must be on file.  There has to be a record of your "NO, HELL NO!"  Use Twitter and FB and all the other social networks at your disposal.  As if you don't know, we are at war.  We are at war with a golden boy who chose to be a gang member (Rubio), McCain who is now a traitor and not a war hero RINO, who has lost all credibility and trust, and Graham is just pure shameless, worthless and has no backbone. We had so much hope in him.  Stoopid us.  Schumer is fatal to the country, and to our rights, and so, too, are all the others.  We have laws already on the books.  Now this piece of shit bill is over 1000 pages of makes a joke out of the rule of law AND THEY ALL NEED TO BE DUMPED IN THE COMING ELECTIONS.  THERE IS NO HONOR AMONG THIEVES.  AND THEY ARE THIEVES.  This bill is grotesque in size and scope, and we are on the ropes. We are immersed in scandals brought on by men like these.
...rather than just complain.
All the stars are aligned: greedy businesses, vote-hungry Democrats, unions, government employees...all of them, and more.
The only thing standing in their way is common sense and YOU. 
This is, or will be, a watershed moment for this nation and the outcome will determine how your children and grandchildren
will live their lives.....

Gang of Ocho Does Not Have Votes, Security First

The Senate Critter who enjoys flying to have sex with underage Dominican hookers at the taxpayers expense, Menendez, is now claiming his “Gang of Ocho” do not have enough votes to pass the 3/5th’s Senate vote threshold for usurpation passage.
Regretfully, according to crew, sans Rubio, the constitutional limitations on their capacity to override the American citizenry is throwing a challenging roadblock upon them.
However, taking lead from the Chief Usurper, El Presidente’, they will not give up. At least seven members of the Gang Of Ocho are committed to giving citizenry status, and subsequent taxpayer financed benefits, to the millions of illegal voices crying si se puede’... 
WASHINGTON DC - One of the chief authors of the Senate’s Gang of Eight immigration bill is still hunting around for 60 votes in his chamber.
Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) said in an interview set to be aired Sunday that the Gang of Eight does not have the votes necessary to break a potential filibuster on the Senate floor — at least right now.
“We don’t currently have 60 votes identified in the Senate,” Menendez said on “Al Punto” with Jorge Ramos, according to an English-translated transcript provided by Univision. “We need to add more votes on the floor.”
Menendez added, “That means that the community in your state, in every state, should be contacting your state’s two U.S. senators saying that they want comprehensive immigration reform, that they are going to judge their political future based on this vote.” (READ MORE)


Security First!

by Sara
Kristol added, “the impulse that we have to act or that doing something foolish is better than doing nothing is always a mistake, and particularly a mistake in immigration. Because once you legalize, you legalize. It’s done.” ~ Bill Kristol tells Marco Rubio to walk away on immigration, Politico, May 21
elpasoscene2Downtown El Paso, TX
The battle over the immigration bill could be one of the biggest and most important of our lifetime, one that will define the future of the Republican Party.
It is one of the "fundamental transformations" Obama promised the electorate in 2008, the battle over whether Congress will pass immigration legislation with a path to citizenship before securing the border. It is scheduled for floor debate in June. Byron York says this of the upcoming showdown:
A confrontation is coming between those Republicans who will not accept a deal that is legalization-first and those Democrats who will not accept a deal that isn't. There are a lot of issues that will shape the future of immigration reform, but security first vs. legalization first is the most fundamental one.
The bill has already ruined the political career for Marco Rubio outside of Florida. Trying to paint himself as some kind of practical centrist open to bipartisan compromise on the issue, we have since learned that he has always been pro-amnesty. That he would join forces with the most offensive progressives in the Senate (including McCain and Graham) to push the immigration bill on the rest of us, should be seen for what it is. At first I thought Rubio was a stupid novice willing to trade favors for personal political gain, but now I believe what he's doing is a long-held personal agenda.  I'm sure his mentors / donors pushing for amnesty (where-ever they live) are very pleased.
Living in Texas and seeing firsthand how many of our cities are unrecognizable as American cities, it is unconscionable to me that any "Republican" would consider passing legislation that does not close the borders first. Unfathomable. And unless Affirmative Action is rescinded from the books, the immigration bill practically guarantees skyrocketing unemployment for young white males without a college degree who are already hit hard by the Obama economy.  Today, white middle class males can't get taxpayer grants to attend college because that money is targeted elsewhere -- in Texas it often goes to the children of illegal immigrants.  Middle class white citizens pay twice for college - once for their own sons and daughters, and twice for those whose parents sneaked over the border.  (A benefit provided when Obama took over the student loan industry.)   Although, one hardly has to "sneak" anymore.
Adding to this insult to law abiding citizens, California legislators recently introduced legislation strengthening the "rights" of illegal workers in the state:
Under Senate Bill 666, employers who retaliate against employee complaints by threatening to report the immigration status of workers or their families could lose their business license and face civil penalties of up to $10,000.
The immigration debate needs to answer this question: Is America a Melting Pot or a Dumping Ground?
The Mexican President, who has lost control of his citizenry, prefers that we make it the latter. Apparently, the Democratic Party (with a little help from so-called Republicans in the Gang of Eight) do too.

Big Media Lobby for Immigration Bill

Cliff Kincaid 
Big media corporations are lobbying for passage of the Gang of Eight’s 844-page immigration bill, S. 744. Critics call it amnesty.
In addition to Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation (the parent of Fox News), the companies include: 
  • Walt Disney Co. (owns ABC News)
  • Hearst Corp. (owns 15 daily newspapers, including the Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, Albany Times Union and San Antonio Express-News. Also, Hearst Television Inc., which comprises 29 television and two radio stations)
  • Time Warner Inc. (owns Time magazine and CNN)
  • Viacom Inc. (owns Comedy Central and MTV)
  • Time Warner Cable Inc. (one of the largest providers of video, high-speed data and voice services in the United States)
  • Thomson Reuters (owns Reuters, the world’s largest international news agency) 
The heads of these corporations are members of the Partnership for a New American Economy, and are counting on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) to push the bill through the Senate in June. It has already passed the Senate Judiciary Committee.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden met with a group of illegal aliens in the White House on May 21. “As the meeting was wrapping up, the President reiterated his commitment to passing a bipartisan, commonsense immigration reform bill this year,” the White House said.
Michael W. Cutler, an immigration enforcement expert with 30 years of experience as an Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) agent, wrote a special report for AIM saying the Senate bill should be known as the “Terrorist Assistance and Facilitation Act”
Rupert Murdoch, chairman, CEO & Founder of News Corporation, is one of the co-chairs of the Partnership for a New American Economy, which is working with two other groups, Republicans for Immigration Reform and Barack Obama’s Organizing for Action (OFA). The latter is the Obama campaign apparatus that was turned into a tax-exempt, non-profit organization and claims to be a “social welfare” organization within the meaning of section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code.
However, Rebekah Metzler of U.S. News & World Report reports that Organizing for Action has not yet filed for tax-exempt status. Conservative groups applying for this status have been targeted for added scrutiny and long delays by the IRS.
These three groups are part of “The March for Innovation,” which claims that the “outdated immigration system is costing our economy talent, jobs, and innovation...,” and supports so-called “immigration reform.” Arianna Huffington of The Huffington Post, the largest online news outlet in the U.S., is one of the group’s “partners” in the coalition.
With most of the major media lined up in favor of the bill, opponents of the legislation are counting on a fair hearing from Fox News.
But ABC News notes that Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch, Australian born and a naturalized U.S. citizen, “has become an outspoken advocate for immigration reform and mass legalization of the country’s undocumented immigrants...” The story went on, “Whether Murdoch’s personal views will percolate through his network, or at least temper criticism on the airwaves of those who don’t share it, remains to be seen.”
The opposition to S. 744 includes more than 150 conservative and Tea Party leaders, immigration officer unions, and several Fox News contributors.
“The liberals are at it again working to impose amnesty on the American people, just as they tried in 2007,” says conservative leader Phyllis Schlafly, President and Founder of Eagle Forum. “This bill puts responsibility for securing the borders and reforming our immigration system solely into the hands of the Obama Administration, which has made a policy of refusing to secure the borders and enforce immigration law. This is particularly problematic as we are learning more each day about the Administration’s Obamacare failures and abuses, and especially now in light of the shameful scandals involving the IRS and Associated Press. We cannot trust the Obama Administration. This is the wrong bill at the wrong time!”
A letter signed by these conservatives claims that the bill:
Is bloated and unwieldy along the lines of Obamacare or Dodd-Frank;
  • Cedes excessive control to an administration that has repeatedly proven itself to be untrustworthy—as recent scandals again vividly demonstrate;
  • Legalizes millions of illegal immigrants before securing the borders, thus ensuring future illegal immigration;
  • Rewards law breakers and punishes law enforcement, further undermining the constitutional rule of law—as ICE agents have testified;
  • Hurts American job-seekers, especially those with less education;
  • Threatens to bankrupt our already strained entitlement system;
  • Expands government by creating new bureaucracies, authorizing new spending,
  • and calling for endless regulations; and
  • Contains dangerous loopholes that threaten national security. 
Despite Murdoch’s role in promoting the bill, six Fox News contributors signed the letter opposing it. They are: 
  • Monica Crowley, Ph.D., Nationally Syndicated Radio Host
  • Erick Erickson, Editor of RedState
  • Laura Ingraham, Nationally Syndicated Radio Host
  • Michelle Malkin, author of Invasion, and syndicated columnist
  • Sandy Rios, Vice-President Family PAC Federal and Morning Host for AFR Talk
  • Former Rep. Allen West 
In a piece headlined, “Fox News Contributors Sign Letter Urging Immigration Reform Defeat,” the George Soros-funded Media Matters group accused these individuals of “unethical behavior” for expressing their opinions. 
On the other hand, Fox News and radio host Sean Hannity says his views on immigration have “evolved” and that he now favors a “a pathway” to citizenship for illegal aliens.
The National Citizenship and Immigration Services Council, a union of more than 12,000 immigration agents, says it “was not consulted in the crafting of the Gang of Eight’s legislation. Instead, the legislation was written with special interests—producing a bill that makes the current system worse, not better. S. 744 will damage public safety and national security and should be opposed by lawmakers.”
Chris Crane, President of the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Council, says, “The legislation before us may have many satisfactory components for powerful lobbying groups and other special interests, but on the subjects of public safety, border security, and interior enforcement, this legislation fails. It is a dramatic step in the wrong direction.”
Demonstrating that Fox News continues to cover both sides, at least for a while, Crane has appeared on the Lou Dobbs show on the Fox Business Network. What’s more, ran a story highlighting criticism of Obama from Senator Jeff Sessions and Rep. Bob Goodlatte for meeting with illegal aliens but refusing a meeting with representatives from the National ICE Council.

Laura J Alcorn, National Director

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