May 22, 2006

I am from the government and I am here to help – your check is in the mail – and this is not amnesty

Posted by D.A. King at 10:22 pm - Email the author   Print This Post Print This Post  

This is not an opinion column.

Your check is in the mail. The cable guy will be right over.

The current effort to put millions of illegal aliens on a “path to citizenship” is not another amnesty. There are only eleven million illegals in America.

According to the Center for Immigration Studies, as of 2002, 42 percent of births to immigrants were to illegal alien mothers. Then, births to illegals accounted for nearly one out of every 10 births in the United States. We should not worry, because illegal immigration has probably decreased since 2002.

This is not colonization.

Allowing the “amnesty again” cabal of George W. Bush, John McCain and Teddy Kennedy Inc. to force through the amnesty that is not another amnesty will solve our illegal immigration crisis once and forever. After the amnesty that is not – an- amnesty is implemented, they will then secure American borders, stop Mexico from illegally “migrating” into the USA and punish the illegal employers and bankers.

Just like 1986.

According to Arizona Senator John McCain, in 2002, “almost four million people crossed our borders illegally”.

This is not an invasion.

We should just stop asking questions and trust the government on this. Like we did in 1986.

We will all live happily ever after. In English.

“Guest workers” will go home when we tell them.

If we cater to its demands, the government of Mexico will stop meddling in our internal affairs. Mexico has promised to sue in American courts if we actually attempt to secure our own borders. Mexico is our friend.

Wait….there is more.

Having explored, cleared, settled, farmed, developed and built a nation that stretches from sea to shining sea, vigorously defended it from all [other] invasions, built the Hoover Dam, put men on the moon, and won the Cold War…the American President tells us that are now “jobs Americans will not do”.

Artificially low wages – that are five to ten times as high as those in Mexico – illegally set by employers – have nothing to do with it.

In Georgia, Americans are denied employment because they do not speak Spanish.
This is nothing to worry about.

Some laws are more equal than others. Some people are more equal than others. If you are an American citizen taxpayer, you are not one of the more equal people.

It is impossible to secure American borders…no, wait; we can do it with 6000 un-armed part time National Guard personnel who will make coffee and photocopies for the Border Patrol Agents while they risk their lives on the line.

In a war on terror, we should not “militarize” our borders…but we should ignore the fact that Mexico not only uses troops to defend its borders, but that they actually have weapons.

The American government can build and maintain more than 46,000 miles of interstate highways, but it lacks the ability or revenue to build a 1900 mile- long double layer impenetrable border wall with one road between the layers.

It is a felony to enter Mexico illegally. It is a human rights violation and likely “bigoted” to even talk of having a similar law in America. Worse if one actually speaks up and says that such a law actually be enforced…like it is in Mexico.

The U.S. Senate voted to make English the national language of the United States last week. “Amnesty again” sponsor Senator Harry Reid [D- NV.] says this is a “racist” concept.

Unlike pregnancy, there is such a thing as just a little anarchy. The half million illegals waving the flag of Mexico screaming, “Los Angeles is ours”! are nothing to worry about. It can’t happen here in Georgia.

The United States is not so much a nation with defined borders, an equally applied rule of law and a common language as it is an economy and a marketplace. Borders are really simply “geo-political abstractions” that represent a barrier to increased profit.

American borders are inherently inhumane.

Mexico’s are not.

The Senate voted last week to allow illegal aliens to collect Social Security benefits based on past illegal employment — even if the job was obtained through forged or stolen documents. This is not identification theft…and it is not amnesty.

I leave it to the readers to decide for themselves which of the above concepts and statements are true or false.

It seems that the U.S. Senate is busy doing exactly that.

King is president of the Dustin Inman Society, a coalition of citizens dedicated to educating the public on the consequences of illegal immigration.