President Bush never gives up on amnesty for illegal aliens… America must
Yawn…President Bush gave his speech on “immigration reform” and our un-secured borders yesterday.
“I have a solemn duty, and so do the members of the United States Congress, to protect our nation, our Constitution, and our laws.
We want to make it clear that when people violate immigration laws, they’re going to be sent home, and they need to stay at home
While we are happy to hear that the President has some memory of his oath of office, we are not aware of many Americans who believe allowing the millions who are already in our nation illegally to remain here will either secure America, or discourage millions more from coming.
It certainly didn’t in the amnesty of 1986…a fact that was ignored in the President’s address. He even went so far as to tell us that we cannot enforce our laws unless we reward those who have already violated them. Again.
Oh yeah….amnesty is not amnesty if he says it isn’t.
“… people in this debate must recognize that we will not be able to effectively enforce our immigration laws until we create a temporary worker program. The program that I proposed would not create an automatic path to citizenship, it wouldn’t provide for amnesty — I oppose amnesty. Rewarding those who have broken the law would encourage others to break the law and keep pressure on our border.”
The entire text of yesterday’s sales presentation for amnesty can be read here.
Contact the White House with your thoughts on another amnesty here.