Senate Passes Amnesty; House Battle Begins

Roy Beck, Numbers USA, June 28, 2013

What just happened:

Shortly before 1 p.m., 68 Senators voted for S. 744 in the all-important final cloture vote. It needed 60 votes. This assures its final passage by the Senate (only 50 votes needed) later today.

The bad news:

If eventually signed into law, this bill would threaten to knock millions of Americans out of the middle class by flooding their occupations with 33 million foreign citizens who are offered lifetime work permits over the next decade. Can you believe 68 U.S. Senators voted for that?

The willingness of every single Democratic Senator and almost a third of Republicans to accept the corporate lobbyists’ insistence that our country faces devastating labor shortages is disheartening to all of us who have fought so hard to protect the 20 million Americans who can’t find a full-time job, and the millions more who have seen their real wages declining for decades during a worker surplus.

What’s next, and the good news about your efforts thus far:

Now, we must turn our full efforts to the U.S. House of Representatives and another huge grassroots effort in July. But this will be only a three-week fight before the month-long August recess.

There is no question that the five-month opposition that all of you have waged is having good results in the House, where the Senate bill is facing an increasingly hostile reception.

If the House refuses to move a giant overall amnesty, it doesn’t matter what the Senate has done.

For all of you who have spent so much of your time recently in this fight, you need a respite. I urge you to take a bit of a breather from activism this next week, celebrate our nation’s Independence Day, enjoy your families and friends. You’ve earned it.

As for today, it sure would be great if you took a moment to make an on-line donation to re-build the C-4 activism political battle fund for our big July House Battle!

When the U.S. Representatives return to work on July 8, we will need to greet them with overwhelming grassroots opposition to keep the Senate’s amnesty from gaining any hold in the House.

Your efforts have been phenomenal:

Over the last few months, you have been faxing your Representatives and going to their offices, even as you focused primary attention on Senators. Republican Representatives have watched the incredible grassroots opposition to the 14 Republican Senators who broke with the rest of their Party and supported Pres. Obama’s top priority for the year.

Just today, Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Illinois), a member of the House Republican leadership, told reporters,

“It is a pipe dream to think that that (Senate) bill is going to go to the (House) floor and be voted on. The House is going to move through in a more deliberative process.”

For months, the open-borders lobby and their supporters in the news media have proclaimed that citizens were not speaking against this amnesty anything close to the way they did in 2007.

Your efforts back in 2007 to mobilize against that amnesty effort has become the stuff of legend around Washington. But I’m so proud to tell you that you smashed the old records for activism! You’ve sent millions of faxes and made hundreds of thousands of phone calls into congressional offices.

For example, Republican Bob Corker, the Senator who rescued the S. 744 amnesty from defeat last week with a fig-leaf border control amendment, admitted on the floor this morning that the bill is extremely unpopular back in his state of Tennessee.

All of us at NumbersUSA thank you for everything you have done thus far. And we thank you for all Americans who will benefit if the House blocks the incredibly harmful provisions of S. 744.

Fighting the bad stuff in narrow House bill:

You will not be surprised to learn that Rosemary Jenks, our director of government relations, and her Hill Team have been working with our House allies for months to keep the Republican Majority from caving to the fat-cat corporate lobbyists the way the Democratic Majority did in the Senate.

About five weeks ago, I was at a private dinner of a number of Representatives who lamented that they feared the majority of Republican House Members were going to be willing to let Speaker Boehner bring the Senate amnesty bill or other amnesty bills to the floor for a vote.

Since then, however, the grassroots uprising against the Senate has truly caught hold among House Republicans who have persuaded their Leadership to go along with House Judiciary Chairman Goodlatte (R-Virginia) to refuse to do a giant comprehensive bill, instead passing small bills that deal with one immigration issue at a time.

The problem is that the special-interest lobbyists are succeeding in getting a number of provisions into those small bills that would harm American wage-earners and taxpayers.

We will be coming to you for assistance in taming those Fat Cat Welfare provisions.

Dealing with the Conference Committee danger:

Even if the House passes an absolutely wonderful immigration bill — such as the enforcement legislation recently passed overwhelmingly by the Judiciary Committee — that would give Senate leaders the opportunity to ask for a joint Senate/House “Conference Committee” which would split the difference between that very good bill and the Senate monstrosity.

If a Conference compromise bill were to include an amnesty, both the Senate and House would need to vote for it, without opportunity for amendment. The general thinking here in Washington is that most House Democrats would vote for the Conference “report” bill and very likely the needed couple dozen or so House Republicans would, too..

But . . .

Even if the Senate leadership were to ask for a Conference Committee, Speaker Boehner would not have to agree and appoint House conferees.

And even if there were a Conference Committee that reported out a bill with an amnesty, Speaker Boehner would not have to bring it to the House floor for a vote.

We have precedence for this in 2005 and 2006.

Many of you were part of those battles in which the House passed an excellent enforcement bill in late 2005. Despite our best efforts, the Republican-Majority Senate passed an amnesty in the spring of 2006. Then-Speaker Hastert refused to conference over those two bills, and the Senate amnesty died. (It was the next spring in 2007 when the new Democrat-Majority Senate failed to pass an amnesty when the new Democrat-Majority House was sure to have approved it.)

Until recently, Speaker Boehner has kept open the option of bringing an amnesty bill to the House floor that might pass with a minority of Republican votes — as he has done with some fiscal bills in the past. But over the last week, he has assured an increasingly aggressive Republican Conference in the House that he would not bring an immigration bill to the floor without at least a bare majority of Republicans supporting it.

Nonetheless, until today, he has refused to say what he would do about a Conference report that reconciled House and Senate bills.

This morning, once again, we saw the results of the powerful grassroots opposition to what the Senate has been doing. Politico just reported that Boehner told reporters :

“For any legislation including the conference report to pass the House it’s going to have to be a bill that has the support of the majority of our members.”

As you know, our Board of Directors, our staff and our members are Independents, Republicans and Democrats. But our July House Battle will be all about making sure that the majority of Republicans are against any overall amnesty. And we want the majority to be at least the two-thirds majority opposition to overall amnesty that we saw among Senate Republicans today.

I want to give special thanks to all of you who helped us get to this very good moment because you have faithfully provided the financial support that has made everybody else’s activism possible.

The battle the last five months has been by far the most expensive we’ve ever engaged (although a pittance compared to the money spent by the Fat Cat Lobbies).

We must re-build our battle funds for the July fight.

The pro-amnesty, low-wage, labor globalization folks want Congress to believe that Americans will lose their will to fight and will just go back to reading celebrity news. But that’s not the Americans I’ve known ever since we’ve worked together to stop every amnesty attempt in every year starting in 2001 (after seven amnesties passed between 1986 and 2000).

Which Senators voted out of belief in ‘labor shortages’ and bogus enforcement promises?

At NumbersUSA, we have an Immigration Grade Card system that ensures that no vote against the interests of the American people will ever be forgotten.

Today, 68 Senators cast votes that will be very difficult to ever redeem with future actions.

After all the promises of “enforcement first,” these Senators accepted an entirely “amnesty first” bill that in the first few months would give work permits and legalization to some 11 million foreign citizens who either (a) crossed the border illegally, most of them by paying drug cartels and many of them by helping the cartels move drugs, or who (b) violated the promises on their vacation and guest visas and illegally took U.S. jobs (often through identity theft and fraud) and a share of the taxpayer-provided infrastructure.

Every single Democratic Senator voted YES to the amnesty and to the arguments of corporate lobbyists that a nation — with 20 million Americans unable to find full-time jobs in a country plagued with labor shortages — must give out 33 million new lifetime work permits to foreign citizens over the next decade.

And these Republican Senators voted YES to the same provisions, breaking with the majority of their Party and all their Party leaders in the Senate:

Alexander (R-TN)
Ayotte (R-NH)
Chiesa (R-NJ)
Collins (R-ME)
Corker (R-TN)
Flake (R-AZ)
Graham (R-SC)
Hatch (R-UT)
Heller (R-NV)
Hoeven (R-ND)
Kirk (R-IL)
McCain (R-AZ)
Murkowski (R-AK)
Rubio (R-FL)

We will work with all of you to ensure that those 68 Senators are held accountable for their betrayal today of American wage-earners, of the unemployed and of the rule of law.

But our top attention must now be in the July House Battle that your activism has so-well prepared us for.

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  • Mr. Beck,

    If you’re reading this, the crucial thing now is to convince House Republicans not to pass any bill, even a perfect one. Because it would have to go into conference with the crud sandwich that the Senate just passed. And as we all know, when you mix dirt and ice cream…

    Second, I think NUSA is going to have to reconsider seriously how it grades politicians. Joe Donnelly has a B+ from NUSA from his House days, but he winds up voting traitor yesterday. Meanwhile, Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul will get improved grades from NUSA just for their voting no, but I personally read their no votes as the functional equivalent of yes votes, b/c McConnell didn’t use his power as Minority Leader to sway Republican votes from yes to no, and Rand Paul has outright stated that he voted no because the bill didn’t grant enough work permits quickly enough. I think NUSA should find ways to work qualitative factors into its grading factors rather than just relying on pure votes.

    • The__Bobster

      The bill needs to be killed now. No compromise. All we need is enforcement of the existing law. We don’t need million of new workers. We don’t need all the liberal pork that was tossed into the bill.

      • Bossman

        The existing laws are almost unenforceable. If nothing is done the problem of illegal migration will only continue and grow bigger and Republicans will be seen as anti-immigrant and anti-Hispanic.

        • Greg Thomas

          Illegal invaders are not “immigrants.” The law is “unenforceable” because the traitors within our government do not want the laws enforced. Moreover, who really cares how illegal invading mexicans perceive the GOP. The fact is, the GOP has been cheerleading for amnesty for the past 25 years. Reagan (Remind me again what
          party he was with) passed amnesty back in 1986, yet the invading mestizos continue to call the GOP a bunch of “racists.” I only wish their accusations were true.

          • Good Point, personality, I not a big fan of Reagan. Reagan according to Ed Messe states he regreated he did it but I wonder. In the late 1960’s Reagan was cheering on the growers that opposed Caesar Chavez and the Growers were bringing in illegal immigrants as sritke breakers. Reagan approved of the Growers bringing in more illegal Mexicans back in the late 1960’s.

    • Manaphy

      Yeah, I remember Rand Paul pushing Amnesty and agreeing with every position on it and helping to move the bill along every step of the way. He only vote against it last minute just so that when he goes back to Kentucky he can present himself as both pro and anti-amnesty when he seeks re-election. I’m pretty sure McConnell would have done the same, except he spoke out against this bill multiple times throughout the process, so I have more respect for him than I do for Paul at the moment. But that all is just for now. My prediction is that if this thing fails, then John McCain will slimiley try amnesty again in 3-4 years and we’ll see how that plays out.

      • Garrett Brown

        Paul is a sheep. You are right, if he wasnt representing Kentucky he would have voted for it 100%. He’ll do anything that gets him the GOP nomination. I used to respect him on the basis he was similar to his father, he is a polar opposite now.

        • Jackryanvb

          Rand Paul’s father Ron Paul was standard immigrant traitor for, well for ever – part of the insane/treasonous open border immigration Libertarian cult. Ron Paul’s cult followers just would believe anything bad about their guy, same as Viet Nam vets wouldn’t believe John McCain was bad on immigration.

          • Garrett Brown

            He was much better than anything the deamoncrats or GOP put up.

          • The Pauls want Businessmen to hire who they want. Paul is the usual tough on the borders but opposes e-verify, so he is barely that much better than a Republican and some Republicans like Cruz are better than Paul on immigration.

          • Manaphy

            As I have said many times earlier, I loved and agreed with Ron Paul’s foreign policy, but the reason that I couldn’t vote for him or support him was because he was too pro-Islam and too pro-Illegal Immigration and even said that racism was the reason for there being many blacks in prison during one of the republican debates. I could never stand for the open borders and anti-white aspect of libertarianism. I also despised how Ron Paul went out of his way to pander to Muslims and say how America was “Islamophobic” and that Muslims are always being discriminated against. Plus most of his supporters did feel like a cult and treated him as if he was the messiah. Anyway, I mostly disliked him because of his other views, but I agreed with his foreign policy.

          • Ron Paul’s open borders advocacy undercut his own neutralitarianist foreign policy. When we let “over there” flood into here, we will inevitably be involved with “over there’s” business.

          • MadMike

            Agreed, Open Borders is my main Issue with the Libertarian Party and I have consider quitting the party over this but what the alternatives: Republicrates, enough said.
            Constitution Party, while I agree with many of their positions especially Immigration, I disagree with quite a few too and being an Atheist I may not be welcome.
            Then there is the American Freedom Party but I don’t know much about them or their leadership yet and they seem to lack a coherent Philosophy.

            Many Libertarian views are in agreement with amren like freedom of association for example.

        • Puggg

          The way I understand it, Ron Paul has always been left wing on race and immigration, and the reason why some of us think he wasn’t was for about ten years he and his Rasputin style handlers went on a marketing jihad to try to sell libertarianism to right thinking white racialists. But that was long over by 2008, and Ron Paul did nothing but move left on race and immigration from 2008 to 2012, and Rand Paul hit the gas and accelerated left since then.

  • Yes, I was one of the RETARDs who voted for McCain, then Romney.

    You people in Arizona are going to have to vote democrat just to get this elitist out of office. you are going to have to do what that fire on the USS Forrestal didn’t.
    None of my senators (TX) voted in favor of the bill, but for how long?

    • Anglokraut

      Yeah, I know. I voted for Flake, McCain, and Romney, but my concern now is to get out of Arizona and convince as many as possible that it’s time to get out, too. for example, everything east of Greenfield Rd. used to be understood as the White side of Mesa. Now the east-side mall is turning into The-Mall-White-People-Used-To-Go-To; most Amren readers know what that means.

      • Arizona has some bad politicians and some good politicians its better than Texas which has more Mexicans and more blacks. Russell Pierce was the best on illegal immigration in Arizona. In fact, Marcopia gain 24,000 whites while Houston gain 24.000 blacks.

  • The__Bobster

    Watch for the usual Billionaires to try to buy off the House. It’ll cost them a few shekels now, but they’ll make them back in a few years through their slave laborers.

    • Bossman

      Well then that is just good business decisions.

      • JohnEngelman

        Good business decisions are frequently bad for most Americans. This is rarely so obvious as in the area of immigration.

        • Sick of it

          Good SHORT-TERM business decisions. Long-term, they impoverish their customers to the point where they cannot make as much money.

          • JohnEngelman

            In the 1960s Henry Ford II took Walter Reuther, who was the president of the United Auto Workers’ Union, on a tour of an automated automobile factory.

            Ford asked Reuther, “How are you going to organize those robots?”

            Reuther replied, “How are you going to sell them Fords?”

            Ford could have responded, “We are going to make fewer Fords and more Lincolns.”

            Increasingly economic growth goes to capital rather than labor, and to those who are already making the highest salaries. All corporations need to do is to make more luxury goods and fewer middle class goods.

            Increasingly the people who own and run the United States do not need an affluent middle class.

  • The__Bobster

    ….to keep the Republican Majority from caving to the fat-cat corporate lobbyists the way the Democratic Majority did in the Senate

    The Democrats caved? Really? They been trying to pass this crap for decades for political reasons. No one had to buy them off.

    • evilsandmich

      The last Democrat senator that was pro-American worker died out years ago.

  • The__Bobster

    For example, Republican Bob Corker, the Senator who rescued the S. 744 amnesty from defeat last week with a fig-leaf border control amendment, admitted on the floor this morning that the bill is extremely unpopular back in his state of Tennessee.
    And yet, Sen. Cornhole, you still voted for this monstrosity?
    Did you know that EVERY Republican that voted for this bill is on record opposing amnesty.

    • Sick of it

      Hopefully this will finally be a wake up call for the people of Tennessee. They have so-called representatives pushing for amnesty in Congress and others pushing for Shariah Law at home.

  • kjh64

    Everyone needs to focus their attention on the House. As I’ve said, we’re in the fight of our lives. If this passes, say adios to America as a first world nation. Everyone needs to contact those who will be voting in the House. This must be stopped.

  • I’m so proud of the swing white voters in Massachusetts for not falling for that same scam again. Scott Brown campaigned on immigration restriction and wound up being amnesty and open borders all the way after he won. I would have actually voted for Markey if I lived there to keep Gomez from winning. If Gomez would have won, the Stupid Party would have gotten it in their heads that Hispandering works.

    • IstvanIN

      Agreed. I just recently decided to vote Barbara Buono(D) for Governor of NJ. From Christie’s recent announcement of a new state scholarship for women and minorities (only one group excluded, guess who) to his appointment of Jeff Chiesa as senator who voted for amnesty, I would rather see a Democrat who will crash and burn the state than that lying sack of manure. At least she is honest in her awful views.

      • My interest in getting Krispy Christie defeated this year is to end his Presidential candidacy. Everyone, (including a certain blonde in Florida) is suddenly discovering how left wing he is. I saw him for what he was before he even became Governor. Am I supposed to be impressed that he screamed at a bunch of unionized teachers?

        • IstvanIN

          Oh, that. Yes, the whole reason NJ’s precious black and hispanic kids can’t read is because of tenure and teacher’s unions. Never mind that the suburban schools with largely white and even asian enrollment do just fine with tenured, Union teachers. Of course to admit the truth, or at least keep quiet, never occurs to these people.

        • Personality, i don’t go left-wing or right wing, There are terrible Republicans far to the right on economics like Flake along with Ron Paul who have a conservative ranking with John Schmitz who was a member of the birchers. In fact far right economics means you support businessmen having no regulations and hiring who they pleased. This is libertarian thinking.

    • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

      If Gomez would have won, the Stupid Party would have gotten it in their heads that Hispandering works.
      Well, now they know that it doesn’t work, and they’re continuing to do it anyway. That tells me two things: (1) they’re not called the Stupid Party for nothing and (2) the pandering has other goals and sources beside electoral concerns (i.e. cheap labor and control by the Tribe).

  • ViktorNN

    I know there are a few pessimists in our ranks who think nothing can be done anymore except wait for some future where our chances improve… I know I’ve felt that way at times too…

    But if you’ve got an ounce of activism in you, NumbersUSA seems like one of the best anti-amnesty groups to throw your weight behind. No group is going to be perfect for everyone, but in general NumbersUSA’s arguments are well reasoned, they do a good job of posting timely responses to the attacks of our enemies, and they make it as easy as they can for normal people like us to get active.

    If you’re not active with them now, there’s no better time – this is the big fight that’s going to have major repercussions in our lifetime.

  • Spartacus

    You Americans have to fight this, and fight it hard. Remember South Africa, remember what’s happening there as we speak, and make sure it doesn’t happen in your country :

    • Sick of it

      You could say we had and lost our own Boer War in the 1860s. That what is happening now is simply a slower version of what transpired within South Africa.

      • Spartacus

        You’ve lost nothing yet. Remember – Our race is the only one that doesn’t need numbers to win. It took 300 white men at Thermopylae to keep away 500.000 Persian soldiers, and only 500 to bring down the Aztecs, whose empire had a population of over 14 million. We can win, just with the traits that are inherent to our race – discipline,foresight, bravery, the ability to train rigorously, and above all – our loyalty towards each other, both on and off the battlefield.

        So don’t worry, even if this amnesty passes,and you become outnumbered, as long as you’re white, you’ve always got a fighting chance. All you have to do is take it.

        • Wethepeople

          What terrifies me is that I’m the only one I know who can see the problem. This website is my only source of encouragement that there are others willing to save our great race. I completely concur that we can overcome insurmountable odds, I just hope enough people awake to combat both the socialist federales and the Bantu swarm..

          • Spartacus

            Don’t worry, we will. It’ll take a while, and there’s gonna be a lot of suffering and confusion before the majority of us wake up, but victory will be ours in the end.

            The reconquista of the Iberian peninsula took more than 5 CENTURIES, but in the end, the Spanish and the Portuguese not only won, but started a new golden age for their nations, and founded two of the most powerful and advanced empires in history, so strong that the Portuguese Empire eventually went to war with China and won, despite the latter having a population nearly 100 times bigger.

            Remember, the only real threat to us as a race is apathy, defeatism, and the loss of solidarity with each other. As long as a considerable part of us, even if not the majority of us, still have faith, and act in the interest of the race, then we’ll rise again, stronger, and hopefully wiser than before.

            Here’s a picture of a statue of Geraldo the Fearless, a popular Portuguese folk hero, holding the head of a moor, to cheer you up :

          • Jackryanvb

            Don’t make Amren the only web site.

            Read, tweet, comment at Vdare dot com council of conservative citizens, occidental dissent, Taki mag, start a Facebook with a cover name, befriend English Defense League folks, network. You are not alone. don’t be a loner.

        • Bossman

          Persians are white more or less. Cortez did not do battle with 14 million Aztecs. He had many Indians allies from different tribes to help him fight the Aztecs and they did not number 14 million. There is no war against whites in America. Most so-called Hispanics identify as white or with whites.

          • Jefferson

            Do Hispanics identify themselves as “White” when it comes to affirmative action goodies ? When it comes to screwing over better qualified Non Hispanic Whites when it comes to jobs and college slots, Hispanics will identify themselves as Nonwhite in a heartbeat.

          • Spartacus

            White persians were the core of the armies of ancient Persia, but the majority of their soldiers, probably more than 80%, we’re non-whites from across their large empire. Also, 500 destroying an empire of 14 million is a REALLY big deal, even if they didn’t fight each and every last one of them…

            As for “Hispanics” being white… A mestizo signing a box on the census form that says “white” doesn’t actually make him white….

          • Bossman

            This is not Nazi Germany. In America, “white” is a relative term. In all the Americas, if you look white then you’re white.

          • Jefferson

            Many White people have some Nonwhite admixture in their family tree but it is usually miniscule, which is why they are able to pass for White.

            But the majority of White people in general do not have any Nonwhite admixture at all.

          • Greg Thomas

            Tell that to La Raza.

          • evilsandmich

            Lots of down votes for you, but I’ll throw you a bone in that if I get one of the local Puerto Ricans to talk about their black neighbors, oye! I’ll take the bone away though because they no doubt voted for Obongo.

    • newscomments70

      In 1950, South Africa had the about the same demographics that we do now. They did not do enough to control third world immigration and third world birth did that work for them? Their “friendly” gardners and maids now rule the country. They’re not so friendly anymore.

      • Spartacus

        The Afrikaaner could take over SA and wipeout the blacks in a matter of months if they wanted too. Their former gardners aren’t the problem, the problem the tribe-controlled West that would stop them if they tried such a thing…

        • newscomments70

          Most of us in the US sympathize with them now. I have seen mostly sympathetic comments in the US and UK media for Orania, etc. I even saw several Arabs and Indians comment that they miss and respect the white government. All the savages have left are aging Hollywood liberals…that everyone hates.

  • Garrett Brown

    I have and will continue to contact my representatives until this insane proposition is in the dumpster. I didn’t bother with my senators, they’re either evil or stupid and paid for. Lets hope it doesn’t pass the house. If we do not keep fighting, this will be the end of us. This bill needs to die and with such tenacity behind it that something like this will never be proposed again. Or at least until after whites can leave the union.

  • John Smith

    Numbers USA is a fantastic organization. If you’re not on board, you should be.

    • CC in TX

      I’ve been a member since 2005 and I don’t think most people realize the Herculean effort it was to get the NO votes from 15-32 in the Senate. Without the outrage, Schumer probably would have had at least 75 and the pressure on the House would have been overwhelming. Our voice makes a difference. The House is the last line of defense and then it’s game over for the country. Start calling your rep now. Every single day.

  • Jackryanvb

    My activism had solid effect in the Senate. now, I will move hell and earth to kill this treason in the House of Representatives. Here are some tips :

    Lobby House meme beers in any state you have ever lived in, went to college etc. ( there are easy ways to disguise where you are calling from, e-mailing etc.

    Talk with staff members By Name, the staff members who’s job it to listen to voter concerns.

    Be firm, but polite. don’t rant. Start a dialogue.

    Even lobby Lib Dems, cite concern for unemployed Blacks, underemployed union workers, explain it’s un patriotic $ billionaires like Sheldon Adelson pushing this and he isn’t even Democrat. Though these Lib Dems will all vote for amnesty, it takes the excitement out of the Lib Dem base.

    Answer specific MSM pro amnesty propaganda, call write the MSM writer by name, be polite. They’ll be happy anyone reads their stuff. It might get snuck through as as amendment to some defense authorization bill, like the Federal Hate Crime bill, but at least we will have made our enemies sneak it, lie it in.

    We’re still going to have to break away some states fora White ethno state. But, immigration is the fight, don’t sit this out.

  • newscomments70

    The Republicans will pass amnesty if they remove the gay stuff and include more empty promises of border security. Rand Paul was kissing up to the illegals on Foxnews. He believes we can find a place for ALL of the illegals if we improve the bill.

    • Jefferson

      I hate Republican politicians who think Homosexuals are a bigger threat to America than low I.Q 3rd world Squat Monsters who will bankrupt America because most of them are poor and have so many children that White taxpayers will have to foot the bill.

      Squat Monsters are a bigger financial burden on the economy than Homosexuals.

      • I agree with you there, homosexuals are a small group, they might get gay married but the Mexicans will force gay marriage in more states since they are growing and larger and vote Democratic. Younger Mexicans support gay marriage anyway, so the argument they are against gay marriage is not true and gays don’t grow much as a group.

    • I kind of agree with you but a lot of their based is mad and House Reps usually paid attention more than Senators.

  • Paleoconn

    the GOP has had its share of reprehensible characters over the years. The endless Bushes, Rove, Newt Gingrich, etc. Nowadays, is there a more loathsome trio than Graham, McCain and Rubio?

  • Jackryanvb

    Amy Biehl type, only loved Arab Muslim men/mobs.

    Arabs and Black Africans practice White human sacrifice.

    9-11 is generally the worst day for this so keep a low profile.

    Also understand assorted kooks, screwballs, idiots, Jew obsessed conspiracy theory nut cases will try to explain away these murders, say they never happened, or it is somehow all our fault, or done by the Jews.

    Read up on the sack/rape of Constantinople, Battle of Algiers,, 700 Arab Moor occupation of Spain.

    Arabs, Turk/Paki Muslims aren’t hard to understand, it’s what they do.

  • IstvanIN

    Thank goodness he wasn’t white.

    • evilsandmich

      *wink,wink, nudge,nudge*
      Seriously though, that was stupid on a grand scale on his part. ‘Lucky’ for him he was only stabbed.

  • Whirlwinder

    Our government is not interested in changing the status quo of immigration but for allowing and legalizing illegal aliens crossing the Mexican border. Our current system of allowing everybody and their family into America will make us a third world nation. This is what the liberal/socialists/progressives want. First, we make the Mexicans legal so they can vote and make the democratic party the permanent tyranny in America. Then we will show obesiance to our overlords. So “immigration reform” is making Mexicans good democrats. Americans, how do you like this democratic process now?

  • yeah, but Rand wants a larger guest worker program that is in the current bill, he doesn’t like giving them citizenship or wants the tough on the borders approach but Rand stated like his father that whites will not do those jobs.

  • True, Mass doesn’t have many Hispanics, I can see the dumb Republicans supporting Latino candidates in Texas or New Mexico but not in Mass. Cruz isn’t so bad but he is half white and Cuban.