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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 4/4/2006 8:54:43 AM EDT
I got this and figured I'd post it here, since we seem to have a fair number of like-minded people.

I'm tired of excuses and noncommittal mumbling from our national leaders. This looks like a way to get their attention.
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If you are offended by the crisis caused by illegal aliens within our borders read on.

I was highly offended by the government’s total lack of response to hundreds of thousands of immigrants, many of them assuredly illegal, publicly protesting against enforcement of out immigration laws.

More outrageous is the fact that our president and many members of Congress are looking for ways to appease these people with “guest worker” amnesty programs, rather than admit that our laws are being flagrantly ignored and broken by these people.

A recent article revealed that in 2005 the government of Mexico arrested and deported 240,000 people who were in the country illegally. If Mexico can enforce its own immigration laws, why can’t our government?!

It seems like a big problem, and too much for one person to fix. However, together we can send Congress and the president a message. Simply copy the text below into a new document and mail it as a letter to the president, your senators, and your congressman.

Don’t just forward this e-mail to them! E-mails are easy to ignore, but they will take notice of thousands (dare we hope millions?) of letters flooding their offices!

So, copy the message below into a letter, print it, and mail it to the people who are supposed to be representing us! After all, it’s our country! The Preamble of the Constitution begins, “We the People...”, not “We the government...”

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Much is said about the illegal immigration problem being “complex.” In reality, it is quite simple. It is a matter of the law, and enforcement of it. By definition, violating the law makes one a criminal. Thus, anybody in our country in violation of our immigration laws is a criminal. Black and white, it’s that simple.

Our government seems terrified of offending these criminals. We must stop accommodating and appeasing these criminals. We must enforce our laws and reassert our national sovereignty. The following are three basic steps to get control over the situation.

1. Secure the borders and stop the flagrant violation of our national sovereignty. This can be done if the government has the will. The Minuteman project is basically a Neighborhood Watch program. They demonstrated that it is very possible, and actually quite easy, to stem the flood of illegal aliens crossing our border.

2. Enforce the laws pertaining to illegal aliens.

a. Prosecute employers who hire illegal aliens. This will dry up the job market that attracts illegal aliens, and make these jobs available to citizens and legal immigrants.

b. Deport people who are here in violation of our laws. This is a basic matter of enforcing our laws and maintaining our national sovereignty. The millions who are in this country illegally with no desire to assimilate constitute an invasion.

3. Codify into law a principle that for a person born here to be an American citizen, at least one parent must be an American citizen. This will solve the “anchor baby” problem that prevents us from deporting many people who have criminally entered our country.

A recent article revealed that in 2005 the government of Mexico arrested and deported 240,000 people who were in the country illegally. If Mexico can enforce its own immigration laws, why can’t our government?!

As an American citizen I demand that action be taken to confront illegal immigration and secure our nation for our posterity.


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