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Note to Senators Debating Immigration Bill S1348 — TB Andy & Fort Dix 6 Proves Amnesty Bill Won’t Work

Friday, June 1, 2007

Let’s examine this: Andrew Speaker was infected with drug resistant TB, was ‘red flagged’ by the Department of Homeland Security with a warning to Immigration Inspectors at all U.S. ports of entry with instructions to “hold the traveler, don a protective mask and telephone health authorities”.

TB Andy 2

TB Andy’s U.S. passport was inspected at the U.S./Canadian border as he attempted to sneak back into the country in a rental car. (details here) The Immigration Inspector let him in!

If the Customs and Border Protection section of the DHS cannot stop a U.S. citizen on a no-fly list and a “detain” order from entering this country then who really believes they can safely process 20 million illegal aliens in a legislatively mandated 24 hour period for the Z-Visas? Who really believes that they can secure the border and build a fence?

No one believes this except the cowardly Senators and the White House!

Here’s another example: The Duka brothers—Dritan, Eljvir and Shain, three of the six arrested for terrorism in the “Fort Dix Six” plot —are believed to have first entered the United States illegally in 1984 by crossing from Mexico at Brownsville, Texas. They did not “live in the shadows” as Ted Kennedy and George Bush would like you to believe.

Instead, the brothers, all Cherry Hill, New Jersey residents, were pulled over a combined 75 times for speeding or making an illegal turn. Most of the traffic stops were for being an unlicensed driver or driving with a suspended license from 1997 to May 2006. The Department of Homeland Security and ICE were never informed

So think about this — we are to put our trust in the U.S. Senate and the 69 Senators that currently support Bill S1348 because the government has proved over and over to be an absolute failure in immigration enforcement!

This bill is a SHAMNESTY (thank you Michelle Malkin). The Senators will be back in Washington next week to continue the debate. We have to keep up the pressure and keep calling them to tell them to stop supporting this piece of crap!

Here is the complete list of the Senators who support this bill: Senators Supporting Immigration Bill S1348.

Posted: 1745PT 06/01/07


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5 Comments leave one →
  1. jainphx permalink
    Friday, June 1, 2007 5:57 pm

    The demise of the Republican party can be traced to this bill if enacted.If by chance some how leveler heads prevail and this bill goes down,the Republican Party can survive.I for the life of me can’t understand the thinking on the part of GOP on this,can’t they see and hear their own hollering and screaming.What fascination is there that would cause otherwise intelligent people to ignore sanity.The cost to tax payers would be in the Trillions.The economy would collapse,and bring the country down.What could possible be in anyones interest to enact this garbage.

  2. freevolition permalink
    Saturday, June 2, 2007 8:04 am

    Remember the history of Ellis Island? For those that do not here is a snip from Wikipedia:

    Now fast-forward to today. Check out this link –> http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/viewArticle.asp?articleID=28462

    By today’s standards the history of Ellis Island may be considered as an injustice cruelly thrust upon immigrants seeking to become citizens of the United States. Accommodations were quite austere and many immigrants actually died while waiting for admittance. Granted, many of those deaths can probably be attributed to the fact that many of the immigrants were chronically ill upon their arrival there and the crowded conditions only served to exacerbate the situation. Cruelty can oftentimes be quite subjective, though. Is it not cruel to subject one’s nation to an influx of undocumented inidividuals that either a) intend to carry out acts of terrorism upon the nation’s citizens, or b) are the carriers of a contagious and/or potentially deadly disease of pandemic proportions? If one does not consider this cruel, at the very least it most certainly can be considered a very serious folly. If it continues at its current rate this tremendous influx of immigrants (both legal and illegal) will eventually overwhelm this nation and bring it to its knees. I compare it to a lifeboat. There are only a certain number of persons that can be brought aboard until that lifeboat is filled beyond capacity and then sinks beneath the water. We cannot ‘save the world’ by allowing all the ‘downtrodden’ to immigrate here. If one wants to ‘save the world’ it can only be done by helping them to improve the conditions where they live. Even so, many perceive this as interfering in foreign affairs.

  3. freevolition permalink
    Saturday, June 2, 2007 8:06 am

    Well, it appears my snip did not work in my previous post, so I’ll try this again:

    Ellis Island was one of 30 processing stations opened by the federal government. It was the major processing station for third class/steerage immigrants entering the United States in 1892; it processed 70% of all immigrants at the time. Wealthy immigrants that traveled first class and second class would get automatic entry into the United States. First they had to pass a six second physical examination. Those with visible health problems or diseases were sent home or held in the island’s hospital facilities for long periods of time. Next they were asked 29 questions including name, occupation, and the amount of money they carried with them. Generally those immigrants who were approved spent from three to five hours at Ellis Island. However more than three thousand would-be immigrants died on Ellis Island while being held in the hospital facilities. Some unskilled workers and immigrants were rejected outright because they were considered “likely to become a public charge.” About 2 percent were denied admission to the U.S. and sent back to their countries of origin for reasons such as chronic contagious disease, criminal background, or insanity

  4. Anti-R permalink
    Thursday, June 7, 2007 1:46 pm

    You all are the most unreasonable, inhumane and ignorant individuals I have ever come accross. Do not forget how your ancestors came to this continent. Just because these immigrants are migrating in the present day does not mean they are not looking for the same opportunities as your ancestors did. America prides itself with being the ‘Land of Opportunity’, and that is exactly what these people have come here for, a better opportunity at a life were their children can have a decent education. If you do not want immigrants migrating to this melting pot full of opportuities we call the United States, then do not be arrogant and proclaim we are the land of opportunity. Simple as that..

  5. Thursday, June 7, 2007 1:59 pm

    Unreasonable? The ancestors you speak of ALL immigrated LEGALLY! They entered Ellis Island were tested for diseases and means of staying in the country. There was no Welfare program, no free pass. They earned their right to stay here by working hard and becoming AMERICANS. The majority of illegal Mexicans do not learn english and don’t give a damn about the U.S. So as a legal immigrant and U.S. citizen – I say enforce the border, build the fence, have strong workplace enforcement, NO anchor babies given U.S. citizenship and tell the illegal alien lawbreakers to go home or go to jail!

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