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12th CD/Illinois

White House photo by Paul Morse
White House Photo by Paul Morse
"President George W. Bush and President Vicente Fox of Mexico participate in a press conference Jan. 12, 2004. 'The bonds of friendship and shared values between our two nations are strong,' said President Bush." -- White House caption
Bush, McCain, Kennedy, Fox & Anchor Babies

Brief Comments by David Sadler

In the AP story below, 'Republican' President George W. Bush is looking for a strategy to bring immigration (illegal immigration) under control. 'Republican' Senator John McCain agrees with 'Democratic' Senator Edward Kennedy and they both agree with George W. Bush. They want to use six year work visas to bring in massive amounts of foreign labor (primarily from Mexico) to do America's dirty work. You know, work the farms, do the roofing, clean the offices and schools, man the construction trades, drive the trucks --- all those jobs that Americans just 'no longer wish to do.' By now, however, we know that bringing in foreign labor is intended to lower the cost of labor in the U.S.. This then has the effect of further destroying the relatively high standard of living and quality of life that has separated America's middle class from the populations of third world nations, such as Mexico.

So these fine, upstanding men, looking very refined in their business suits and dashing in the way they carry themselves are, in effect, knowingly destroying the American Dream right before our eyes. Again, they do this by lowering wages by bringing in immigrants who will work for less. By doing this, the American Dream is being destroyed because the American Dream was based upon a relatively high standard of living and quality of life for the average working family. This 'wealth' is now disappearing as families and individual workers can no longer afford a home, transportation, education, health care and retirement without living in debt their entire life. More and more people in America are without a decent home and health care --- just as they are in Mexico.

On another note, pay close attention to the AP article and the immigration 'solutions' proposed by these fine public servants. NONE of the them are proposing plugging the anchor baby loop hole in our immigration laws and our 14th Amendment. Known officially as birthright citizenship, foreign women may enter the country just in time to have their baby making the baby an automatic U.S. citizen. Once the baby is born in the U.S., it becomes an 'anchor' citizen that then allows the mother, her husband and then their families to immigrate to the United States. This is called 'Chain Immigration.' You see the problem.
The present guarantee under American law of automatic birthright citizenship to the children of illegal aliens can one more incentive to illegal migration and violation by nonimmigrant aliens already here[.] When this attraction is combined with the powerful lure of the expanded entitlements conferred upon citizen children and their families by the modern welfare state, the total incentive effect of birthright citizenship may well become significant.
-- Profs. Peter Schuck and Rogers Smith, "Consensual Citizenship," Chronicles, July 1992.
The fraud and abuse of this law is apparent. European nations have seen the scam and have eliminated the anchor baby provision from their laws. The U.S. should also. The law should read that if the mother is not a U.S. citizen, then neither is the baby.

The fact that NONE of our highly visible politicians who receive regular mainstream media exposure are even mentioning the anchor baby problem, let alone ending it, is ample proof that the planned destruction of America (socially and economically) is approved by BOTH parties.

-- David Sadler --

Bush Presses for New Immigration Strategy // AP, 2005.11.27
Anchor Babies - Born In The USA: The Abuse Of The 14th Amendment - Part 1

Pentagon exploring ways to use the military for border security
Associated Press
May 12, 2006

"Defense officials said they have been asked to map out what military resources could be made available if needed, including options for using the National Guard under either state or federal control. The strategy also would explore the legal guidelines for use of the military on U.S. soil, the officials said."

"Under the Civil War-era Posse Comitatus Act, federal troops are prohibited from performing law enforcement actions, such as making arrests, seizing property or searching people. In extreme cases, however, the president can invoke the Insurrection Act, also from the Civil War, which allows him to use active-duty or National Guard troops for law enforcement."

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