What Americans Can Expect From Forthcoming Immigration Amnesty
January 30, 2013
The American people rejected a full-out amnesty in 2007. Eight U.S. Senators conspired in secret meetings in the last week to bring back the exact same amnesty for an estimated 20 million illegal aliens now working and living in the United States.
What does it mean? How will it affect America’s poor and the taxpayer? What will be the final outcome?
First of all, we already import 100,000 legal, green card holding immigrants every 30 days. At the same time, we suffer 47.7 million Americans that cannot secure jobs while subsisting on food stamps. Another 14 million Americans cannot secure a job while seven million suffer 20 hours a week jobs at low wages.
While Congress refuses to enforce immigration job laws on the books today, it pretends that it will enforce them after the new immigration law passes. Congress will not enforce those laws because it won’t enforce the present laws.
Eight senators expected to endorse the new principles Monday are Democrats Charles Schumer of New York, Dick Durbin of Illinois, Robert Menendez of New Jersey and Michael Bennet of Colorado; and Republicans John McCain of Arizona, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Marco Rubio of Florida and Jeff Flake of Arizona.
According to documents obtained by The Associated Press, the senators will call for accomplishing four goals:
1—Creating a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants already here, contingent upon securing the border and better tracking of people here on visas.
2—Reforming the legal immigration system, including awarding green cards to immigrants who obtain advanced degrees in science, math, technology or engineering from an American university.
3—Creating an effective employment verification system to ensure that employers do not hire illegal immigrants.
4—Allowing more low-skill workers into the country and allowing employers to hire immigrants if they can demonstrate they couldn’t recruit a U.S. citizen; and establishing an agricultural worker program.
A. This would be a blanket amnesty. The last blanket amnesty also included language to secure the border and track visitors. Said one blogger, “U.S. Visit, a program to track visitors has never been implemented and the border is just as porous as then. In addition, few people talk about our northern border which is practically unprotected. We have seen a surge of illegal alien entry since last year when the White House occupant circumvented Congress with his “discretionary enforcement” policy. This policy is illegal as described in a lawsuit filed by federal employees of Immigrations Customs enforcement.”
B. We must educate legal residents and ensure they have a job when they leave school. Today over 10 million applicants for legal immigration wait at our doors. Illegal migrants crowd out any chance for legal immigration.
C. We have a system to identify legal residents but time after time the United States Judiciary rules against using it. It is called E-Verify. The White House refuses to enforce it.
D. Current law provides for border security: not enforced.
Reality: we do not need any more immigrants imported into this country with 47.7 million Americans that subsist on food stamps and another 14 million unemployed permanently. It’s time to take care of America’s poor, unemployed and struggling. Not illegal and legal migrants. They need to take care of their own countries and improve their own people.
In the end, ask yourself if you want 100 million more immigrants added to America within the next 37 years.