I welcome all the attempts
by politicians and groups that put America first and who try to
prevent the implementation of amnesty for illegal immigrants as well
as unwarranted financial aid and other benefits for people who have
no right to be here.
I am for legal immigration-in
reasonable numbers. I am wholeheartedly against illegal immigration
and do not believe that our country should tolerate it whatsoever.
Not only do those here in violation of our laws have no right to be
here, our public officials, who have sworn to uphold the law, have
no right to allow the illegal immigrants to remain. All politicians
who advocate for illegal immigrants, or who are even "soft" on the
issue, must be voted out of office and replaced with those whose
primary loyalty is to the United States, and not to some special
interest, voting block, ethnic group, or to their own career
Our problem is this: We
have forgotten that we are a sovereign nation. The issue of
uncontrolled illegal immigrations isn't so much about immigration as
it is about sovereignty-or lack thereof. I believe that it is of the
utmost importance that our country remain sovereign and distinct,
and not part of any larger entity, the New World Order, or any
economic union that would permit the free flow of "labor" across our
sovereign borders. This is our country; it belongs to the people,
and NOT to our officials. They, including the President, and other
high officials, are just public servants-the hired help-whose job it
is to enforce the laws of the land and to reflect the wishes of the
We, the people, have
allowed this matter to get completely out of control. We have the
ultimate power, therefore we bear the final responsibility.
Perhaps we were caught like "dear in the headlights." Perhaps we
just couldn't believe what we were seeing. Surely, our employees
would reassert control of our borders and enforce our laws just like
they all promised in 1986 when the "one time" amnesty of the
Immigration Reform and Control Act was passed.
However, the promised
control and enforcement never happened, and now we have an estimated
15 to 25 million illegal immigrants residing within our borders,
taking over American jobs, neighborhoods, and politicians. All of
this must stop.
Americans are waking up fast to this outrage, and they are
organizing and pressuring politicians and law enforcement officials
to address this illegal invasion. We were asleep for too long,
conditioned to believe that it was "mean-spirited" and "hateful" to
stand up for America and insist that our (overly) generous laws
actually be enforced. We were rendered almost helpless by propaganda
and the remorseless playing of the race card. The open border lobby
has nearly won its victory, and we are in a very deep hole. In
short, we were fools. No more.
There is no reason to
feel guilty about demanding an end to this assault on our
sovereignty. If anyone needs to feel guilty about something, let
them regret letting this national disaster happen in the first
place. Where have you been for the last 20 years?
It is not too late.
However, it is obvious that our highest leaders are either
incompetent or have other plans and agendas for our country, and
have no desire to deal with illegal immigration and the constant
erosion of our sovereignty. Greedy business interests are equally
guilty, and they must be deprived of their illegal, exploitable
labor force. American jobs should be reserved for Americans and
other legal residents.
Ultimately-the only real
solution is for ALL those in the country illegally to be expelled.
This can be done. We've done it before. This time, however, the
numbers of trespassers are higher than ever before, and they are
more entrenched. There are many powerful special interests that do
not want America to be sovereign. They have other plans that benefit
them, either financially ot politically. It will be difficult, but
not impossible, to defeat them.
Again-it is we, the people, that must lead this fight. That's
okay-it's our country after all.
We are rapidly losing
control of both our sovereignty and destiny. There are two stark
choices-surrender or fight. I am for fighting. Again, it's not too
Here are some websites of organizations that are fighting amnesty
for illegal immigrants: