Thursday, February 22, 2007

Sen. John McKennedy, The Illegal Amigo!

Sen. John McCain and Ted Kennedy are once again doing the bidding of President Bush (the W stands for "Juan"), teaming up with pro-open borders lobbyists to push through yet another amnesty bill for illegal immigrants in the US. They plan on having it ready for a vote in April.

And if you agree with me that the previous Senate version of amnesty was a disaster, here's the bad news: The Washington Times reports that this one is worse. Specifically, it appears there will be greatly restricted workplace enforcement.

Now, if you're asking yourself "WHAT workplace enforcement," you're already smarter than John McCain. Believe it or not, the miniscule efforts of ICE at a handful of the worst-offending businesses in the past few months is too much for Kennedy and McCain. For a nation that busted a whopping total of THREE businesses for hiring illegals in all of 2004, you'd think workplace enforcement couldn't get any lamer.

Ah, but you underestimate McKennedy. They've got a task force writing the enforcement provisions of the new law. It's members are: the (pro-illegal) Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC) and the (pro-amnesty) U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the ACLU, the (pro-amnesty) National Immigration Law Center, the Service Employees International Union and the (pro-racism) organization La Raza.

Which once again raises the question for John McCain and every amnesty advocate in America: If you get amnesty today, what will you do to the first immigration criminal to sneak across the border tomorrow?

Answer: Amnesty for them, too. No enforcement + no consequences + taxpayer-funded incentives to break the law = no borders.

No borders = No America.