Obama Approves Of Amnesty For Illegals (And Secures More Democrat Voters)

This is EXACTLY what we need when millions of ACTUAL AMERICANS are unemployed!


Obama endorses immigration blueprint

President Obama on Thursday gave a thumbs-up to the framework of a plan to legalize illegal immigrants and create a flow of low-skilled foreign workers for the future, saying the bill being worked on by a Republican lawmaker and his Democrat counterpart is “promising.”

For which jobs exactly?  Clinton and Bush II made sure that all the jobs went overseas.

The long-awaited framework, written by Sens. Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, and Lindsey Graham, South Carolina Republican, calls for illegal immigrants to be put on a path to citizenship and would create a temporary program for future foreign workers. Maybe most contentious of all, it would turn all Social Security cards into tamper-proof IDs to be checked by employers when they are about to hire a new worker. The cards would include biometric information designed to prevent counterfeiting — but the senators said the information would not be stored in a government database. (emphasis mine)

Welcome to the Fascist States Of America.  If you believe that information won’t be stored in a database, you must have just fallen off the turnip truck.

“I congratulate Senators Schumer and Graham for their leadership, and pledge to do everything in my power to forge a bipartisan consensus this year on this important issue so we can continue to move forward on comprehensive immigration reform,” Mr. Obama said in a statement soon after the two senators published their framework on The Washington Post’s Web site.

The senators said their legalization approach would be a “tough but fair” program that would require illegal immigrants to admit they broke the law and make them perform community service and pay a fine.

‘Tough but fair’ would be to throw them out of our country without shooting them first.  THEY BROKE THE LAW WHEN THEY STEPPED ACROSS THE BORDER.

By Logistics Monster


  • no-nonsense- nancy -

    Yes, it is time to impeach him. But since impostors can’t be impeached hand cuffs will do for me. I’ll get my tee vee back so I can watch it on tee vee.

  • I think it’s about time the government is really going forth with their promises to the undocumented people in America it’s been a long time coming,


    These people are here for the same reasons OUR great- great grandfathers came to this country and that is for a BETTER LIFE!!!

    • The government promised to protect our borders from illegal aliens – I’d like to see that happen.

      As for being a hater, I just don’t like people breaking into my house and eating my food.

      AND my grandparents came through the FRONT DOOR AT ELLIS ISLAND. So Camie – get a bit more educated before you come to this indie’s site and start spewing!

  • MADelynWoe -

    I see that Logistics Monster actually posts on this blog. I like that.

    I have ignored politics for a long time. I am going to vote again, and not on the basis that I saw a likable Southern boy on Saturday Night Live playing the sax, like when I voted for Bill Clinton. I just met up with some fellow classmates from the past. They are hard core in their political beliefs.
    I am bouncing around the blog scene to see what people are saying about Obama. I am cross referencing with old news from past administrations. I am getting a head ache.

    Blog-istics 101 here. Please be tolerant of my ignorance and bad sense of humor. I will try hard not to be offensive.

    I like how you are using real quotes and not just spouting off your opinion with out a virtual footnote.

    To quote from above:

    “The senators said their legalization approach would be a “tough but fair” program that would require illegal immigrants to admit they broke the law and make them perform community service and pay a fine.”

    Bush said:
    “We’re increasing the border security of the US. We’ve got 1,000 more Border Patrol agents on the southern border. We’re using new equipment. We’re using unmanned vehicles to spot people coming across. We’ll continue to do so over the next four years. They’re coming here to work. In order to take pressure off the borders, in order to make the borders more secure, there ought to be a temporary worker card that allows a willing worker and a willing employer to mate up, so long as there’s not an American willing to do that job, to join up in order to be able to fulfill the employers’ needs. It makes sure that the people coming across the border are humanely treated, that they’re not kept in the shadows of our society, that they’re able to go back and forth to see their families. The card it’ll have a period of time attached to it. It also means it takes pressure off the border.”
    Source: Third Bush-Kerry debate, in Tempe AZ Oct 13, 2004

    “”From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic an “iron curtain” has descended across the Continent. Behind that line lie all the capitals of the ancient states of Central and Eastern Europe. Warsaw, Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade, Bucharest and Sofia; all these famous cities and the populations around them lie in what I must call the Soviet sphere, and all are subject, in one form or another, not only to Soviet influence but to a very high and in some cases increasing measure of control from Moscow.”


    “I might not be able to add ‘literary genius’ to my CV but I can certainly add another word: survivor of the Iron Curtain. Although I am not a writer, I am someone compelled to write. It has long been my dream to write a book that would allow me to share part of myself in order to reach out to others and to honour my drowned friends. It has been soothing for my soul to extract the nightmares.”
    source: Jozef Imrich (http://www.authorsden.com/jozefimrich)

    If you go to the neighborhoods with strong Euro ethnicity, I wonder what the immigrants who were refugees from the “Iron Curtain” stories are to get OUT?

    Did you know that the Spanish term for “illegal” is NOT literally translated? It is the word “mojado” which means “wet”.

    I am trying to think what kind of American, I want to be. Is there a difference between Josef and what is going on today?
    What do you think?

    Pardon me but since I have started blogging I developed my own little tag line for below. Please smile and take no offense.

    :)Prozac BEFORE posting, please.

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