Pondering Illegal Immigration, part 1

Mexican, Argentine, USA flags and photos of Caesar Chavez

Mexican, Argentine, USA flags and photos of Caesar Chavez

We have been privy to so many media exploits albeit, from the blogosphere, main-stream media (MSM), drive-by media, (DBM) as well as conservative and liberal talk radio programs that we all should be gearing up for a ‘showdown’ on the one hand, or the duty, responsibility, and service of the U.S. government on the other for our impending illegal immigration problem in this country.

There are a couple of issues that were brought to our attention recently that we’d love to pass themHat-tip along and maybe generate some feedback or enlightenment. Up first — this is a response by an obviously responsible and conscientious person who renders a different perspective: (Hat-tip to the Coalition Against Illegal Immigration.)
       

        The attitude of Mexican-American (legals and illegals) is hostile toward non-Hispanics…called “Anglos” by Hispanics. They have broken our hospitals burdening emergency rooms and maternity wards, our public schools and take places in our universities that should go to American citizens (who are paying and parents have paid for).
        Many families, like mine took a decade on waitlist before legally emigrate from Europe, and never would even consider going on any social assistance. We all work hard, carry insurances, paid for our colleges, and pay our taxes. We never expected handouts as these people angrily do.
        Many go to university on all the taxpayers’ money while the American-born and legal immigrants pay their own way. Why should thousands of Mexicans be able to enter legally every day? Can’t the National Guard protect the country from this continuing practice? Our taxes are going to be sky-high (I predict over 50%) if this continues.

WOW! What a perspective — and how awesome it is to see this point of view — from someone who followed the proper procedures. This system and situation needs reform!

In fact, when our esteemed “elected officials” even utter the words ‘Immigration Reform’ that is precisely what they should focus on. Example: Why did it take her family and many other families ten years to receive approval? That needs reforming!

Another tidbit compliments of the US government: Why are we, as a Nation, so accommodating, empowering, and enabling those who knowingly and willingly break our laws? That needs reform!

When we discuss reform, let us not discuss ‘No borders,’ or ‘Amnesty for all;’ the United States is guilty of lying, cheating, stealing, and certainly accommodating the world’s rich and poor. Why and we say again, WHY should illegal aliens be able to attend our public institutions, draw on social welfare benefits, and literally take, take, and take all the while knowing that they’re here illegally? Go figure!

One huge catastrophic problem going on in our ‘representative democracy’ is that there isn’t anything ‘representative’ about it. Period! We’ve written and written about this Health Care Reform Package that those in Congress and the President want, however, flatly refuse to use what they mandate in any way. We believe that a great deal of this health care reform is politically motivated and all polls support us on this fact.

Ostensibly, the U.S. government is in place to protect the citizenry and legal residents of this country. Why is so much going to health care reform; moreover, immigration reform? Can you honestly say that your ‘elected officials’ in Washington DC are protecting you and your rights; or how about simply representing you?

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