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Allen West currently the FRONT-RUNNER in major Conservative blogs' online poll. Do you think Mitt Romney should choose West as his VP?

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  • Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/04/23 18:02:17
    YES, West would be a good VP choice for Romney [comment as you wish].
    Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆
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    Allen West would make a good VP choice for *anyone* running for President against Obama. He qualifies for the job, and he has been in the field and gotten "up close and personal" with the enemy.

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  • WinterLynn Grandbr... 2012/04/24 23:01:45
  • Grandbr... WinterLynn 2012/04/24 23:15:59 (edited)
    Grandbrother
    A bunch of people are, including you. You called him a liar and a "LWNJ" - or did you already forget? Here I'll quote your reply to him: "Stop already. Marco is no traitor. I get so sick of the lies posted by LWNJ's". And others here have called him "socialist", and on and on. Hysterical.
  • WinterLynn Grandbr... 2012/04/24 23:19:03
  • Grandbr... WinterLynn 2012/04/24 23:32:54 (edited)
    Grandbrother
    What's my "side" exactly? The side of moderate independents? And the proclivity of today's far right to attack anyone who strays even the slightest bit from the agreed-upon script is fascinating. So many "RINOs" and "LWNJs" and "liars" and "socialists" and "communists" and "marxists" and whatever else...yet you claim "Conservatives can Disagree with each other and still be support each other (sic)"? Okay...
  • WinterLynn Grandbr... 2012/04/25 14:06:54
  • Grandbr... WinterLynn 2012/04/25 16:47:58
    Grandbrother
    Disagreement is necessary and fantastic, and can be had respectfully, without resorting to name-calling and ostracization. Today's right wing extremists are incapable of this level of basic decorum however - a reality that people like you illustrate on a daily basis.
  • WinterLynn Grandbr... 2012/04/25 16:55:58 (edited)
  • Grandbr... WinterLynn 2012/04/25 17:10:39
    Grandbrother
    I did not "refer to Conservatives as Right Wing Extremists". I only referred to right wing extremists as being so. There are plenty of respectful, intelligent conservatives out there who aren't extremists, and who are capable of basic decorum. Not many here on Sodahead unfortunately, since the right wing extremists simply gang up and berate them if they don't parrot the party line verbatim.
  • WinterLynn Grandbr... 2012/04/25 17:17:08
  • Grandbr... WinterLynn 2012/04/25 22:32:09
    Grandbrother
    It's not my job, but I recognize it when I see it. And one indicator of it is when people fly off the handle and label anyone who doesn't precisely tow the far right party line as a "liar" or "LWNJ" or "socialist", or "communist" or "Marxist", or "fascist", etc. etc.
  • WinterLynn Grandbr... 2012/04/25 22:39:41 (edited)
  • Grandbr... WinterLynn 2012/04/26 01:03:41
    Grandbrother
    Why do you keep asking when I already answered what, particularly in this case, clues me in to it?
  • my2cents WinterLynn 2012/04/27 18:22:24
    my2cents
    That comes from the RWNJs.
  • WinterLynn my2cents 2012/04/27 18:23:34
  • my2cents WinterLynn 2012/04/27 18:29:17
    my2cents
    Sorry, you'be been busted.

    That lie comes from the right, not the left, as tncdel told you.
  • WinterLynn my2cents 2012/04/27 18:31:48
  • tncdel stevegutch 2012/04/24 17:27:28
    tncdel
    +1
    Are you an illegal alien? Or just a big fan of them? Rubio is a TRAITOR who wants to attract more job-stealing illegals here with amnesty and college at taxpayer expense, same as Obama does. See:
    http://www.sodahead.com/unite...
  • stevegutch tncdel 2012/04/24 18:50:51
    stevegutch
    Neither. But thank you for the information. Looks like Rubio is a, how do you Nut Job righties say it - an anchor baby!
  • Brat 2012/04/24 15:39:58
    YES, West would be a good VP choice for Romney [comment as you wish].
    Brat
    +2
    He would make a good running mate as would Mark Rubio.
  • tncdel Brat 2012/04/24 15:43:48
    tncdel
    Rubio has recently revealed himself a TRAITOR to America, who wants to attract more job-stealing illegals here with amnesty and college at taxpayer expense, same as Obama has been trying to do.

    See:
    http://www.sodahead.com/unite...
  • Franklin tncdel 2012/04/24 16:20:01 (edited)
  • tncdel Franklin 2012/04/24 17:31:27
    tncdel
    ????? Your reading comprehension isn't too good, is it? Rubio's on the same page as Obama when it comes to illegal aliens. How's that "attacking" Obama's pro-illegals agendas?
  • Grandbr... tncdel 2012/04/24 23:02:55
    Grandbrother
    See what happens when you don't precisely tow the far right line? You get labeled a "LWNJ", get called a "socialist" and a "liar". Pretty pitiful...
  • Elementer tncdel 2012/04/24 16:29:23 (edited)
    Elementer
    +1
    Rubio's a traitor because he wants to reform illegal immigrants rather than take the time, money, and force to deport them?

    Illegals aren't going anywhere unless a superfence is built, even then, they'll just swim through the Gulf of Mexico. It's best to reform those people rather than deport them all. Deport the criminals and lazy ones, but the ones with ambition and a worth ethic need to stay. They do all the jobs Americans don't want to do, but complain about losing.
  • CODE 11 Elementer 2012/04/24 17:33:42
    CODE 11
    What jobs ? mowing my lawn.
  • Elementer CODE 11 2012/04/24 17:46:21
    Elementer
    You've never met an illegal, have you?
  • tncdel Elementer 2012/04/24 17:34:32
    tncdel
    No need to "reform" lawbreakers who sneak into our country. Just start MAKING THINGS A TOUGH AS POSSIBLE on them, instead of coddling them and catering to them with "press 2 for Spanish" phone menus, etc. When it gets to the point that they hate it here so much, they will self-deport at their own expense.

    YOUR thinking only exacerbates the problem. If the "Dream Act" was passed, in Mexico no doubt there'd be scenarios like this:

    "Jose, did you hear what those crazy gringos did?"

    "No, Juan. Whassup?"

    "They just passed a law that lets our kids go to college. All we gotta do is sneak across the border taking our kids along."

    "Madre de Dios! What makes gringos so loco? ... [hollers out] Rosita! Pack our things pronto. We're taking our muchachos to L.A. so they can go to college to be lawyers!"
  • LisaSmith Elementer 2012/04/24 18:08:40
    LisaSmith
    +1
    That is not true. They do all the jobs that Americans have always done and still do. They are truck drivers, landscapers, garbage men, plumbers, they work in factorys, they do construction, in California one illegal was getting paid $26 an hour to do child care. They also steal our social security numbers and a huge portion of them are drawing welfare in one form or another. If you do not believe me I will prove everything I just said but I would prefer if you disprove me because it is my day off and I have a bunch of crap to do. 2% are picking our crops but over 50% are drawing money from social services in one way or another.
  • Elementer LisaSmith 2012/04/24 22:03:17
    Elementer
    +1
    "2% are picking our crops but over 50% are drawing money from social services in one way or another."

    I would really love to know where you got those statistics from.
  • LisaSmith Elementer 2012/04/25 03:43:30
    LisaSmith
    Testimony
    April 13, 2005
    http://www.manhattan-institut...
    I found this to be very interesting.

    Immigration and the Alien Gang Epidemic: Problems and Solutions
    Testimony of Heather Mac Donald, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security, and Claims

    My name is Heather Mac Donald. I am a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, a think tank in New York City. I have analyzed illegal immigration for City Journal and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications. I have also written a book on policing called Are Cops Racist? I appreciate the opportunity to testify today on this important topic.

    Sanctuary laws are a serious impediment to stemming gang violence and other crime. Moreover, they are a perfect symbol of this country’s topsy-turvy stance towards illegal immigration.

    Sanctuary laws, present in such cities as Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Austin, Houston, and San Francisco, generally forbid local police officers from inquiring into a suspect’s immigration status or reporting it to federal authorities. Such laws place a higher priority on protecting illegal aliens from deportation than on protecting legal immigrants and citizens from assault, rape, arson, and other crimes.

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    Testimony
    April 13, 2005
    http://www.manhattan-institut...
    I found this to be very interesting.

    Immigration and the Alien Gang Epidemic: Problems and Solutions
    Testimony of Heather Mac Donald, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security, and Claims

    My name is Heather Mac Donald. I am a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, a think tank in New York City. I have analyzed illegal immigration for City Journal and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications. I have also written a book on policing called Are Cops Racist? I appreciate the opportunity to testify today on this important topic.

    Sanctuary laws are a serious impediment to stemming gang violence and other crime. Moreover, they are a perfect symbol of this country’s topsy-turvy stance towards illegal immigration.

    Sanctuary laws, present in such cities as Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Austin, Houston, and San Francisco, generally forbid local police officers from inquiring into a suspect’s immigration status or reporting it to federal authorities. Such laws place a higher priority on protecting illegal aliens from deportation than on protecting legal immigrants and citizens from assault, rape, arson, and other crimes.

    Let’s say a Los Angeles police officer sees a member of Mara Salvatrucha hanging out at Hollywood and Vine. The gang member has previously been deported for aggravated assault; his mere presence back in the country following deportation is a federal felony. Under the prevailing understanding of Los Angeles’s sanctuary law (special order 40), if that officer merely inquires into the gangbanger’s immigration status, the officer will face departmental punishment.

    To get the felon off the street, the cop has to wait until he has probable cause to arrest the gangbanger for a non-immigration crime, such as murder or robbery. It is by no means certain that that officer will successfully build a non-immigrant case against the gangster, however, since witnesses to gang crime often fear deadly retaliation if they cooperate with the police. Meanwhile, the gangbanger is free to prey on law-abiding members of his community, many of them immigrants themselves.

    This is an extraordinarily inefficient way to reduce crime. If an officer has grounds for arresting a criminal now, it is perverse to ask him to wait until some later date when maybe, if he is lucky, he will have an additional ground for arrest.

    Sanctuary laws violate everything we have learned about policing in the 1990s. Police departments across the country discovered that utilizing every law enforcement tool in their tool chest against criminals yielded enormous gains. Getting criminals off the streets for seemingly “minor” crimes such as turnstile jumping or graffiti saved lives. Gang crime, which exploded 50% from 1999 to 2002, is too serious a problem to ignore this lesson.

    No one knows for certain the percentage of illegals in gangs, thanks in large part to sanctuary laws themselves. But various estimates exist:

    --A confidential California Department of Justice study reported in 1995 that 60 percent of the 20,000-strong 18th Street Gang in southern California is illegal; police officers say the proportion is actually much greater. The bloody gang collaborates with the Mexican Mafia, the dominant force in California prisons, on complex drug-distribution schemes, extortion, and drive-by assassinations. It commits an assault or robbery every day in L.A. County. The gang has grown dramatically over the last two decades by recruiting recently arrived youngsters, most of them illegal, from Central America and Mexico.

    --Immigration and Customs Enforcement conservatively puts the number of illegals in Mara Salvatrucha as a “majority;” police officers, by contrast, assert that the gang is overwhelmingly illegal.

    --Law enforcement officials estimate that 20% of gang members in San Diego County are illegal, according to the Union-Tribune.

    -- The L.A. County Sheriff reported in 2000 that 23% of inmates in county jails were deportable, according to the New York Times.

    --The leadership of the Columbia Lil’ Cycos gang, which uses murder and racketeering to control the drug market around Los Angeles’s MacArthur Park, was about 60 percent illegal in 2002. Francisco Martinez, a Mexican Mafia member and an illegal alien, controlled the gang from prison, while serving time for felonious reentry following deportation.

    -- In Los Angeles, 95 percent of all outstanding warrants for homicide in the first half of 2004 (which totaled 1,200 to 1,500) targeted illegal aliens. Up to two-thirds of all fugitive felony warrants (17,000) were for illegal aliens.

    --The Los Angeles Police Department arrests about 2500 criminally-convicted deportees annually, reports the Los Angeles Times.

    Though the numbers of illegal gang members remain elusive, the evidence for the destructive effects of sanctuary laws is incontrovertible. In 2002, for example, four illegal Mexicans, accompanied by one legal immigrant, abducted and brutally raped a 42-year-old mother of two near some railroad tracks in Queens, New York. The New York Police Department had already arrested three of the illegal aliens numerous times for such crimes as assault, attempted robbery, criminal trespass, illegal gun possession, and drug offenses. But pursuant to New York’s sanctuary policy, the department had never notified the INS.

    Five months ago, Carlos Barrera, an illegal Mexican in Hollywood, Ca., mugged three people, burglarized two apartments, and tried to rape a five-year-old girl. Barrera had been deported four years ago after serving time for robbery, drugs, and burglary. Since his reentry following deportation, he had been stopped twice for traffic violations. But thanks to special order 40, the police had never mentioned him to the immigration authorities, reports the New York Times.

    In September, 2003, the Miami police arrested a Honduran visa violator for seven vicious rapes. The previous year, Miami cops had had the suspect in custody for lewd and lascivious molestation. Pursuant to Miami’s sanctuary law, however, the police had never checked his immigration status. Had they done so, they would have discovered his deportable status, and could have forestalled the rapes.

    Cousins Aneceto and Jaime Reyes committed murder and a car-jacking, respectively, after returning to Los Angeles from Mexico following deportation. The Los Angeles police had encountered them before these most recent crimes, but had to wait for them to commit murder and a car-jacking before they could lay a finger on them for their immigration offenses, according to the New York Times.

    The Los Angeles Police Department began revisiting special order 40 last month. Its proposed revision merely underlines how perverse our attitudes towards illegal alien criminals remain.

    Los Angeles’s top brass propose to allow a Los Angeles officer who suspects that a criminal has previously been deported to contact his supervisor about the reentry felony. That supervisor would then contact ICE. ICE officials would next go before a federal judge to get an arrest warrant for the immigration felony. Then, with warrant in hand, the Los Angeles cop may finally arrest the felonious gangbanger—if he can still find him.

    This burdensome procedure is preposterous. To arrest an American citizen for a crime, arrest warrants are rarely required; about 95% of arrests of citizens are warrantless. But in L.A., under the new rules, illegal criminals will have due process rights that citizens can only dream of: not just judicial review before they can be taken off the streets, but federal judicial review—the gold standard of all constitutional protections. Maybe home-grown criminals should renounce their citizenship and reenter the country illegally. It would be a constitutional windfall for them.

    Other jurisdictions that are reconsidering their sanctuary laws are also proceeding with unnecessary timidity. The Orange County, Ca., sheriff plans to train a few deputies to use immigration laws only for special enforcement actions against sexual predators or gangs, reports the Los Angeles Times. The Miami Police Department will join with ICE only on high-level gang cases.

    These minor tinkerings all put unwise limitations on a vital law enforcement power. Local immigration enforcement power should not be limited to the felony of reentry following deportation. Nor should only a small subset of officers be authorized to use it. There are many illegal alien criminals who have not yet reentered following deportation, but who are just as dangerous to their communities. Every officer should have the power to enforce any immigration violation against a criminal suspect, not just immigration felonies.

    Nothing demonstrates the necessity of this power better than ICE’s March enforcement action against Mara Salvatrucha. Following the March round-up, ICE proudly displayed three of its trophy cases: the founding member of MS-13 in Hollywood, Ca., who had already been convicted for robbery and possession of a dangerous weapon; the leader of MS-13 in Long Branch, NJ, who had a prior criminal history of aggravated arson, weapons possession, grand larceny, and criminal possession of stolen property; and the founder of Port Washington, NY’s, MS gang, who had a prior drug conviction.

    ICE got all three of these leading gang bangers off the streets through what it calls administrative immigration violations, not felony immigration violations. Local officers in Hollywood, Long Branch, and Port Washington, as elsewhere, should have the power to use any type of immigration violation as well to get a thug (who may also prove to be a terrorist) off the street.

    Immigration enforcement against criminals should also not wait upon a major federal-local gang initiative. The majority of opportunities to get criminals off the streets come from enforcing misdemeanors and quality of life offenses. While the police are waiting to make a major federal case against an illegal criminal, they are far more likely to have picked him up for a “petty” theft or an open-container offense. Officers should be empowered at every arrest or lawful stop to check someone’s immigration status. If a suspect is committing an immigration offense, the officer should be empowered to arrest him immediately for that offense.

    Jails and prisons should routinely check the immigration status of their prisoners. Such an initiative should not be dependent on the presence of an ICE officer stationed in a prison; there are simply not enough federal agents available to cover the relevant facilities. Moreover, ICE agents do not routinely visit local jails where misdemeanor offenders are held, yet those offenders may be as dangerous to the community as someone against whom a felony case has been made. Someone convicted of stealing a jacket today may be shooting a rival tomorrow. And many misdemeanor convicts in jails have been allowed to plead down from more serious felonies.

    The standard argument for sanctuary laws is that they encourage illegal aliens to work with the police or seek government services. This argument is based on myth, not evidence. No illegal alien advocate has ever provided a shred of evidence that sanctuary laws actually accomplish their alleged ends. Nor has anyone shown that illegal aliens are even aware of sanctuary laws. The evidence for the destructive effects of sanctuary laws is clear, however.

    The idea that sanctuary laws are “pro-immigrant” is perhaps the greatest myth of all. Keeping illegal criminals in the community subjects all immigrants to the thrall of crime and impedes economic growth in immigrant communities.

    Obviously, the final prerequisite for ridding immigrant communities of illegal thugs is enough ICE detention space and deportation resources. But providing police officers with every lawful tool to fight crime is a crucial first step to protecting immigrant lives and should be the unanimous recommendation of the Subcommittee.
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  • LisaSmith Elementer 2012/04/25 03:49:05
    LisaSmith
    i am having trouble finding the exact number of illegals who pick our crops. I haven't gotten to the number on welfare yet but will try to figure it out. Here are a few things that do give some information and I have been reading for hours now about the costs v the benefits of having them here. Different people give different opinions but I believe and have seen information that suggests the high rate of crime, the high rate of welfare use and the fact that they send large amounts of money out of the US are bad for us and our economy.
    http://fromthepeapatch.com/im...

    After 1990 more people have covertly arrived here than any time since immigration numbers have been recorded. In the previous 20 years, immigration has exploded to over 1 million newcomers a year, that it is three times the conventional standard. Immigration is not just one issue that profoundly affects our children and grandchildren, but goes far beyond today’s challenges we must deal with such as jobs, the economy and loss of revenue from paying equally for our uninsured Americans but illegal aliens as well. Our countries population has more than doubled from 203 million in 1970 and an impending 439 million in 2050, according to the Census Bureau. Immigration is estimated to cause eighty-two percent of propagation...
























    i am having trouble finding the exact number of illegals who pick our crops. I haven't gotten to the number on welfare yet but will try to figure it out. Here are a few things that do give some information and I have been reading for hours now about the costs v the benefits of having them here. Different people give different opinions but I believe and have seen information that suggests the high rate of crime, the high rate of welfare use and the fact that they send large amounts of money out of the US are bad for us and our economy.
    http://fromthepeapatch.com/im...

    After 1990 more people have covertly arrived here than any time since immigration numbers have been recorded. In the previous 20 years, immigration has exploded to over 1 million newcomers a year, that it is three times the conventional standard. Immigration is not just one issue that profoundly affects our children and grandchildren, but goes far beyond today’s challenges we must deal with such as jobs, the economy and loss of revenue from paying equally for our uninsured Americans but illegal aliens as well. Our countries population has more than doubled from 203 million in 1970 and an impending 439 million in 2050, according to the Census Bureau. Immigration is estimated to cause eighty-two percent of propagation between 2005 and 2050 as estimated by The Pew Hispanic Center. Congress has caused this radical population, without thinking of future consequences or the incessant extortion of U.S. taxpayers by the IRS to pay for these people–illegal and illegal.

    Yesterdays immigrants came with nothing; expecting nothing. But those illegal immigrants, who have come here since 1986, expect free welfare and public assistance and demanding even more through demonstration in our streets. These are economic illegal aliens, made easy to come here through porous borders and even less internal enforcement. $113 Billion dollars a year and climbing, doesn’t seem that much under the present doldrums of a 14.7 Trillion dollar U.S. deficit? But this money should not be going to foreigners, when America have their own crushing poverty, within its states? A good beginning to the long road back, is by all patriotic citizens or legalized residents insisting that Congress adopt Lamar Smiths mandated E-Verify bill (H.R. 2885), identified as the “Legal Workforce Act” . Contact your own local Senator or Representative or federal politician at 202-224-3121.

    The consequences of illegal alien workers being hired will be alleviated by turning the tables on less than honorable business owners, who are stealing jobs from American workers to buttress their enormous earnings. There are no short cuts in this massive problem as a way back to national sovereignty or the way our government is suppose to work. A failure to secure our borders is not an option, or to enforce the laws of the 1986 Immigration Control and Reform Act. None of this illegal population would have happened if previous administrations had enforced all policies. The “Legal Workforce Act” has the intensity, to reject those illegal workers and open many jobs for citizens and permanent residents. Like any other developed country with growing industries, we always have the inducement of a good place to live, if you qualify for a special preference visa. Only the highest eligible skills should be expedited, and those who are considered—ECONOMIC–aliens must be turned away.

    THIS IS NOT JUST ABOUT STATE IMMIGRATION POLICING LAWS IN ARIZONA, ALABAMA, GEORGIA, UTAH OR ANY OTHER STATE SOVEREIGNTY. IT IS EVERY AMERICAN STATES PROBLEM AND ITS RESIDENTS. IT’S NOT JUST A RICK PERRY ISSUE, MITT ROMNEY, OR ANY PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL; IT’S EVERY AMERICAN PROBLEM WHO STILL REMAINS JOBLESS. IT’S A GROWING CATASTROPHE FOR ALL OF US, WHO ARE FORCED BY LAW TO SUPPORT HEALTH TREATMENT, EDUCATION AND A WIDE CORNUCOPIA OF PUBLIC SERVICES TO FOREIGN NATIONALS. WHOEVER ARRIVES IN THE WHITE HOUSE MUST HOLD THE SOLID IDEALS OF THE TEA PARTY.

    “…GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE…”
    by President Abraham Lincoln, June 1, 1865

    We can no longer afford the expense of illegal entries, which have arrived here by the millions adding to the impoverished amongst the jobless Americans. This country is being handicapped on all levels of government, by the insistence from both political parties that we must support everyone who enters this country. The costs have spiraled to over 100 billion a year, with public assistance. Then again, nobody ever speaks about the billions of dollars that leaves this nation, from the illegal pay packets of workers spirited from the US to foreign financial institutions. That is money not going into our economy.

    Moreover funneling so much cash out of the United States (about $500 billion through banks and “regular” tracked wired transmission systems, plus over $500 billion in cash income to criminals such as illegal alien smugglers, drug cartels etc), illegal’s then collect various social services, welfare, food stamps, unpaid medical care, WIC, and more. Believe it or not, much of these government checks are picked up at Post offices boxes in other countries, including fraudulent child tax credits. India alone has retained its position as the highest beneficiary of global transmittal flow at $52 billion in 2008, the World Bank has said in a report. Then Mexicans remit about $24 BILLION a year (2007 figure) to its banks. This money should be going to our own poor, to elderly pensions and aid with running our hospitals and the education system. Investigate these references and sources for yourself, to see where money that is being used to appease foreign nationals.

    If Farmers and the agricultural giant corporations WANT labor from south of the border, then their hires must be registered, given full benefits through the farmers and business owners and be able to track them, like the authorities do in Mexico? American taxpayers should not be paying for the labor, such as health care and the education for all family members.

    Only the TEA PARTY has guaranteed to its millions of members that our immigration laws will be strictly held to the highest degree. The border must be our first line of protection against the criminals of every designation, and those who come here through the impaired fencing. E-Verify bill (H.R. 2885), recognized as the “Legal Workforce Act” can be the second line of defense for in-house audits, to siphon out foreign workers. A third line of defense is the patriotic American who informs ICE at of irregularities in all occupations at 1-866-DHS-2ICE (866-347-2423). SEE SOMETHING? DO SOMETHING?

    This does not mean just a laborer working for a greedy contractor, but even middle management in a factory. Also stand with Secure Communities that any individual who is processed in police custody, is fingerprinted and checked through ICE and homeland Security databases. American Patrol, a pro-sovereignty group hosts on its website, a daily headline from thousands of newspapers, dealing with corruption in politics and immigration. NumbersUSA has internal firsthand knowledge of Congressional happenings and immigration. Judicial Watch reveals the corruption in all Washington agencies, along with the same resonating in each states capitol.

    A federal judge’s resolution last week left Alabama’s strict new immigration law largely intact is already having a key impact throughout the state, as hundreds of children stayed away from school. The state’s anti-immigration law is now in effect, including a provision that requires schools to check the immigration status of students. My guess is that thousands of illegal families will be pursuing a new home, such as the Sanctuary state of California or any state where immigration laws are lax and remain unenforced. In California 7.5 million low income are on Medicaid (MediCAL), so how many of these people are illegal migrants and immigrants?

    One Old Vet saying, “Stand next to me and you’ll never stand alone.”

    MY EARLIER BLOGS: http://brittanicus-enoughisen...
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  • WinterLynn tncdel 2012/04/24 16:41:32
  • tncdel WinterLynn 2012/04/24 17:41:14
    tncdel
    Sorry, but that's not my source. Apparently you didn't check out the source I provided in the link by me. So I'll spoon-feed it to you like this:

    NumbersUSA is a NON-PARTISAN group whose main focus is to stop and reverse illegal immigration. NumbersUSA has almost two million members.

    ALIPAC, another group that also opposes illegal immigration, also contributed to the report revealing that Mario Rubio is a TRAITOR who wants to attract more job-stealing illegals here with amnesty and college at taxpayer expense.

    If you don't want to mimic the Liberal bad habit of rejecting truth uncomfortable for you to hear, then you need to come to grips with the fact that Rubio does indeed put the interests of foreign nationals here illegally ahead of our own nation's best interests.

    THAT is a traitor to America in my book.
  • my2cents WinterLynn 2012/04/27 18:31:41 (edited)
    my2cents
    LOL! Tcndel's kicking your a$$ around the block with this one.

    If you disagree with him, that makes YOU a traitor to America too!
  • WinterLynn my2cents 2012/04/27 18:33:04
  • Country Gentleman 2012/04/24 15:31:03
    NO, West would not be a good VP choice for Romney [comment as you wish].
    Country Gentleman
    +2
    West should be the presidential nominee.
  • tncdel Country... 2012/04/24 15:46:38
    tncdel
    +2
    But, since that's an impossibility, AW is Conservative "damage control" to try making lemonade out of the lemon Romney.
  • Country... tncdel 2012/04/24 16:12:40
    Country Gentleman
    It won't work; people would see through the sham if he were VP nominee.
  • tncdel Country... 2012/04/24 17:43:17
    tncdel
    +1
    Not at all. They would simply realize that would be as closely as "establishment politics" will allow a true Conservative to be to the Oval Office.
  • Lady Whitewolf 2012/04/24 15:30:55
    YES, West would be a good VP choice for Romney [comment as you wish].
    Lady Whitewolf
    +2
    Better than that LOON, Mark Rubio.

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