Like Dreamers Do
Dream-err tour, put on by CommieTommie Harkin and Dick "Ain't That The Truth" Durbin, is done for now.
However, it will go on, like an ugly nightmare that returns when you least expect it and the scientific community is united in that fact.
Because the immigration reform bill, as approved by the Senate, does not set policy based on the needs of the country, but rather based on the needs of politicians. What the country desperately needs is to make an honest and accurate assessment about what kind of legal immigration is appropriate and useful for the country’s advancement.
But what the country is getting, however, is blanket slow-motion amnesty for 12 million illegal immigrants who have taken advantage of our hospitality and now are on the verge of reaping a handsome reward for their impertinence.
The two politicians showed their worth.
According to CommieTommie --
“We Iowans are a welcoming people, We are a compassionate and caring people. We do not believe in characterizing people with hateful, spiteful, degrading language and we believe those who want to come here to work, to build a better life are not criminals.”
Harkin obviously didn't hear about these 370 illegal immigrants, including 28 from Iowa, who were arrested with prior criminal convictions including nine gang members and 16 convicted sex offenders.
How about when the Southwest Iowa Narcotics Task Force arrested two illegal immigrants for conspiring to deliver methamphetamine?
There was an illegal that was finally arrested for Vehicular Homicide and Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution, which occurred in Des Moines.
Last Spring, 3,168 illegals were arrested with the most severe cases included murder, manslaughter, drug trafficking and sexual crimes against minors.
Surely Harkin remembers last year, when an intern in the office of his Dummycrat colleague, Bob Menendez was arrested as an illegal immigrant who was a registered sex offender.
Dick Durbin contributed --
"If you got caught speeding you don't expect the child in the back seat to also get a speeding ticket"
What kind of analogy is that?
If a family of illegals broke into your house, you should arrest them all and send them back to their homeland as a family.
The insolent others included Dream-err Eren Sanchez, who stated -- I had to wait 16 years. That's hardly amnesty, when discussing her her DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) status.
Amnesty -- is the act of an authority (as a government) by which pardon is granted to a large group of individuals
Somebody wasn't paying attention in class.
Speaking of class, Elma Schiel has little, even though she was a secretary in the President's Office at Iowa State University.
Schiel slammed Congressman Steve King -- “I’m here just to indicate my embarrassment that Steve King is an Iowan. He is so unrepresentative of the majority and, somehow, he’s got to be replaced.”
Schiel signs online petitions, all under the guise of "Love thy neighbor. No excpetions", at Faithful America that include --
Tell the Berenstain Bears: Don't Do Business with Chick-fil-A
Tell Archbishop: Don't deny communion to those who disagree
Tell Bishop: Stay Out of This Election
As usual with the media, accounts varied regarding the number of attendees...200, 230, 250, 260, 270, 300.
I agree that until we solve the problems of that porous border and those millions of illegal immigrants, there is no legitimate reason to waste time on real immigration reform.
Technically, the problems of border security and criminal residence within our borders should not even be part of an immigration bill; they should be dealt with as law-enforcement issues. If we had a Congress that was serious about protecting and defending our Constitution and our common welfare, this would not even be up for discussion. When people are invading your country... your fort... your home —whatever it is — you do one of two things, surrender or fight back. Congress has chosen to surrender, and the American public has let them get away with it.