Immigration Reform Groups Resume Fight

Seung Min Kim, Politico, October 21, 2013

With the brutal fiscal fight now in Capitol Hill’s rearview mirror, immigration reform advocates from across the spectrum are ramping up the pressure on lawmakers to pass a far-reaching overhaul this year.

The more aggressive wing of the immigration reform community is launching a “week of escalation” that will target the top three House GOP leaders and roughly two dozen other Republican lawmakers. Their goal is a vote on immigration reform this year. And the Evangelical Immigration Table is releasing a letter Monday signed by top faith leaders—a missive that comes amid a nationwide prayer blitz for reform.

There’s a glimmer of hope that the House will pass immigration reform this year, but after the shutdown’s end, it’s faint at best. Although the Senate passed comprehensive reform in June, most House Republicans remain highly skeptical of such sweeping overhauls, and there’s no indication that chamber will move its own package of reform bills anytime soon.

Nonetheless, advocates are resuming the fight.

“The dynamics on this are very different than what we saw on the fiscal issue,” said Ali Noorani, who leads the pro-reform National Immigration Forum. “We’re seeing this groundswell of support for reform from the right; . . . we don’t see that groundswell from both sides of the spectrum on any other issue.”

In a new letter, the Evangelical Immigration Table urges the House to continue working on immigration and take up reform that includes a pathway to legalization or citizenship for the more than 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States. {snip}

“The work the House has done on immigration reform thus far is commendable,” reads the letter from the Evangelical Immigration Table, which has convened more than 40 major prayer gatherings and roughly 400 smaller ones scattered throughout 40 states.

Meanwhile, the Fair Immigration Reform Movement, an umbrella organization for an array of immigration rights groups nationwide, wants to intensify the pressure on House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) and Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as well as 26 Republicans who represent areas with a significant population of Latino and Asian voters. The so-called escalation events will focus on pushing the lawmakers for a vote on comprehensive immigration reform through visits to their Washington and district offices.

“You should expect to see more escalations and more … civil acts of disobedience,” said Kica Matos, a spokeswoman for the coalition, who added that activities will also be planned for November. {snip}

Meanwhile, Noorani’s Forum is involved in organizing an event Oct. 28-29 during which more than 300 conservative backers of immigration reform will press lawmakers on the need to take up a comprehensive overhaul. They come from more than 50 congressional districts, and among the major GOP-friendly groups involved in the effort are the Partnership for a New American Economy, a pro-reform coalition headed by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg; the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; and FWD.us, the advocacy organization founded by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, according to Alex Katz, a spokesman for Bloomberg’s group.

{snip}

The official word from House Republican leadership is that the chamber still has immigration reform on its agenda, with Boehner spokesman Michael Steel saying the speaker “remains committed to a step-by-step process to fix our broken immigration system.”

But Republicans privately and publicly say their already testy relations with President Barack Obama have been poisoned by the rancorous fiscal battle, which ended with a major capitulation from congressional Republicans. Labrador, a conservative backer of immigration reform, encapsulated that thinking at a recent forum when he said it would be “crazy” for House Republicans to negotiate with Obama after the grueling past few weeks.

“The president’s attitude and actions over the past few weeks have certainly made getting anything done on immigration considerably harder,” a senior congressional Republican aide said in an email.

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  • Chamber Pot of Commerce is jumping in, threatening to back open borders traitors versus conservatives in Republican primaries next year.

    As far as I’m concerned, that’s like Satan declaring war on the Presbyterian Church.

    Bring it on.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Chamber pot indeed, which is where many of these anti-whites slither from I daresay. They won’t be satisfied until whites will be lucky to have one to relieve themselves in.

      • Homo_Occidentalis

        To sell out your fellow citizens and your nation to save a few shekels on labor costs is lower than murder in my book. At least a murderer only has one victim, as opposed to 300 million, and doesn’t debase the sacred institutions of the state for personal gain. These reprobates should all be tried for high treason.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          Or they should be showered with the fetid contents of chamber pots. After all, they’ve turned much of the nation into one big chamber pot, let them swill in the mess they created for the rest of us.

          • dukem1

            From a great melting pot to a chamber pot.

            Totally sums up the current state of affairs.

        • QuinnTheEskimo9

          They aren’t our fellow citizens. Many are anti-whites that have dual citizenship in another country that will welcome them and the money and treasure they have looted from white Americans.
          The others are useful idiots that have been paid off, bribed or blackmailed like Judge Roberts. What do they care? They’ll retreat to their ultra-white enclaves that they think are guarded from the third world and put their money in a failing bank. They should be the first to go for selling out fellow whites.

        • Erasmus

          To sell out your fellow citizens and your nation to save a few shekels on labor costs is lower than murder in my book.

          21st century Judases: Grover Norquist, George W. Bush, Bill O’Reilly and the rest, happy to sell their fellow citizens for a few pieces of silver.

          .

      • Erasmus

        The chamber pot of commerce don’t realize that by advocating that no one nation has the right to posses a country, they strengthen the argument that no person, in turn, has an inalienable right to posses private property.

        When they’ve effectively disenfranchised their fellow whites politically, no one’s going to lift a finger when newly-minted Americans José and Lmumba decide to legally take their wealth.

    • Oil Can Harry

      QD, did ya see the other two pro-amnesty groups listed alongside the Chamber of Commerce as “GOP-friendly”?

      Two astroturf groups: one headed by lifelong liberal Democrat Mark Zuckerberg and the other by liberal nanny-state ninny Michael Bloomberg, who’s so “GOP-friendly” that he just donated $1,100,000 to help the Democrats win the Virginia governor’s race.

      • Indeed I did.

        Zuckerberg has a look about him that just screams weasel, even if you didn’t know he actually is one. He would have done himself well to do what he was going to do with FB and then staying behind the scenes.

        Bloomberg is Zuckerberg writ older and richer. Bloomy’s net worth increase in 2012 by itself would make him the world’s 248th richest person.

  • Alfred the Great

    “We’re seeing this groundswell of support for reform from the right….” Trust me, if they support this gun-to-the-head plan, they definitely are not from the right. I’m not going to get on my soap box again, but this whole agenda is about conquering the white race because it is the last stumbling block to total bliss on a primitive world.

    • ThatguyinTN

      Then what is the suggested course of action because doing nothing assures our defeat.

      • Alfred the Great

        I am active in politics (Tea Party). Wrote a book on how to solve the illegal alien problem and went all over the Greatest State of Texas telling people how we can fix the problem. When I finish my current book project, I will travel around sounding the alarm again. I am not sure what else to do. Any ideas?

        • ThatguyinTN

          None that I would openly post online.
          As pessimistic as it may seem I don’t think whites can initially do it alone in the current environment. Sure we have the numbers for a full on revolt but we have too many brainwashed whites that would not join the cause. Nevermind if it came to outright fighting China or another country that wants to see us fail would hit us as soon as it was over while we were weak. Bottom line I see some Haitian tactics needing to be employed if you follow me. But that’s just my two cents, I won’t give up the fight but I feel like we are losing ground somewhere.

          • DonReynolds

            ThatguyinTN…….There is no country in the world that wants us to fail. They hate the Federal government even more than we do.
            Don’t worry about having enough whites, there are 200 million in this country. Do we NEED 200 million? No.
            The Pentagon just announced they only have two combat-ready brigades in the US Army, not counting those already deployed in the Middle East. How many millions would it take to deal with two brigades?

          • ThatguyinTN

            As I said in my post we have the numbers but it would take everyone standing up at the same time and saying enough. If that happened sure it would be over and done with quickly I would think. However, when do you stand up? What is your line in the sand? It would be different for everyone and as such as smaller skirmishes break out they are easily put down and covered as some fringe extremist group like has happened in the past. I fully believe it will ultimately come down to full on fighting but I do not think that will happen until the silent millions you refer to in another post come out of the shadows.

          • knuckledragger

            Tough to say. There’s definitely enough of us to vote out these turds, but that supposes we won;t encounter counties with 110% voter turnout. We could succeed via “other” means, but too many of “us” are too content with the scraps from the bolsheviks’ table.

          • Anon

            How many generations (because it has been generations) have to pass before people get that there is a fundamental discrepancy between the fact that we have way more votes than needed to get our way politically….yet we do not.

            The US as a representational democracy with the rule of law is a myth. The reality we all live under is we are a communist oligarchy, increasingly a dictatorship. Those who make all the decisions are un-elected, unaccoutable and point to those we supposedly elected whenever something is so bad, large numbers want to cast blame. Laws apply or don’t apply depending on who you know, not what the facts are. Increasingly, law abiding citizens are at risk for going to prison and worse for things which are not a crime. George Zimmerman, for example, Florida, not only spelled out in their laws that what he did was legal but it is a crime to arrest someone for that in that state. Had Zimmerman not had so much attention to his case, he would have gone to prison for something that is not a crime. Those who broke the law to bring him to trial….not arrested yet. What good are laws when they are arbitrary.

            We do not have the rule of law. We have the whims of those in power, who run things from behind the curtains. Our media does almost nothing else but distract us from looking behind that curtain. 24/7 relentless propaganda and manufacturing of reality.

            You want a REAL method of winning? Convince people to turn off that TV.

          • Whitetrashgang

            Yes that’s the sad thing, if even one third of Americans said enough already it would over .Instead it just another day sliding down a pit.

        • DonReynolds

          I will summarize American history for you, Alfred.
          In this country, we use boxes.
          We use the jury box, the ballot box, and the soap box.
          When none of that works and we are staring survival in the face,
          we reach for the cartridge box.
          Being a law-abiding and peace-loving people, we prefer to resolve these matters with a minimum of excitement. But when all other options are exhausted, this country will fight.
          It has never been any different.

      • DonReynolds

        Correct.
        Doing NOTHING has not worked in decades
        and it is not going to work in the future.
        Everybody here already knows what must be done.
        Millions more know too.

    • “Groundswell of support for (amnesty) from the right”

      What they mean by that is that various Republican elected officials who are whores of the EL CHEAPO labor lobby and always been are trying to find some way to scam House Republican members who really want no part of it into voting for something that has the effect of amnesty. Because Boehner blew through the Hastert Rule to do the budget deal to end the fake shutdown, any chance there was of busting it again to pass something like Gang Bangers of Eight with the support of almost all House Democrats and the small coterie of traitor Republicans is gone. So the goal for Boehner, Cantor, McCarthy, Goodlatte, Paul Ryan et al is to find some bill rhetorically sweetened however they have to do it that a majority of House Republicans would support.

      • So CAL Snowman

        But what happens to the demand for EL CHEAPO labor when the White race has no money left to buy anything and no money left to move away from the diversity to White flight Whitopias which necessitates all of the construction in the former USA? I think we reached the point long ago where we had enough EL CHEAPO labor. As Luca pointed out, we do not have enough low skilled jobs to employ all of this El Cheapo labor.

        • “We do not have enough low skilled jobs…”

          That’s not the point of trucking in more EL CHEAPO labor. The point is to drive the wage-salary equilibrium down down and away, which it does economy-wide, not just in the jobs that they do.

          “What happens when whites have no money to buy anything”

          You’re thinking too far ahead. The typical plutocrat that wants to swing the borders wide open is just thinking about his own personal fortune in the next handful of years. Because…he who finishes with the most toys, wins. Wins what, I don’t know, but wins.

          • So CAL Snowman

            Yeah but there is already a huge overflow of El Cheapo labor that sits around doing nothing but breeding and collecting welfare. They already have more El Cheapos than they can use to increase their profits, the principle of diminishing returns to scale comes into play here. Our side continues to hawk the idea that the Repubs want the illegals for their El Cheapo labor, but that really isn’t true given the number of unemployed people. Yes depressing wages is fun and good and all of that but how are ALL of these plutocrats going to grow their fortunes in a depressed economy with tons of unemployment? Don’t the EL Cheapos have to produce something in order for their labor to be exploited? Saying that the Repubs want the illegals for their labor is a bit disingenuous at this point, i think. They are just being used to push the ball a couple of more yards down the field.

          • “El cheapo labor that sits around…collecting welfare”

            And that’s the point. Because they’re collecting welfare, they don’t feel the need to work. So they’re not in the labor force to drive down wages and salaries. So the Lobby has to push for importing more. And once they learn how to work the welfare system, the Lobby will want even more to flood in.

            “Yes depressing wages is fun and good and all of that but how are ALL of these plutocrats going to grow their fortunes in a depressed economy with tons of unemployment?”

            You just answered your own question.

            Like I said, they don’t just depress wages and salaries in particular fields and industries in which they work, they lower them economy-wide, even in industries where they aren’t expected to work and will never work. Ask RJP about the Chicago skyscraper window washers.

  • JohnEngelman

    If the Republican Party favors easing immigration restrictions it will admit more Democratic voters, while angering the Tea Party. If it opposes easing the restrictions it will lose what support it has among Hispanics and Asians, while angering its contributors in the business community.

    This is known as “standing on the horns of a dilemma.” Relieving the pain in one foot increases the pain in the other foot.

    • So what’s the obvious answer?

      Support immigration restriction, tell the EL CHEAPO labor lobby to go pound sand.

      Immigration restriction often way outperforms Republican candidates among the same electorates on the same day.

      Sure, they’ll lose their scant few Hispanic and Asian voters, but they’ll gain far far far many more white voters.

      • DonReynolds

        They won’t lose any cause they do not have any……but YES, they will gain far more white voters in the process. That is the key.

      • QuinnTheEskimo9

        The obvious answer is to stop feeding the anti-white troll.

        Unless you believe Engelman’s message that Jared Taylor created American Renaissance to advocate for a United States that replaces white Americans with Asians because their average IQ is higher.

    • DonReynolds

      John…..there IS NO support for the Republican Party among hispanics and asians, ergo…..there is no dilemma.

    • Bossman

      If Hispanics are indeed a growing demographic, then the Republicans should pay attention to them, if not, in the long run, the Republicans will lose.

      • JohnEngelman

        The Republicans cannot “pay attention” to Hispanics without angering one of their core constituencies.

      • Jesse James

        There are alternatives: 1) Enforce E-verify, 2) Prosecute employers who knowingly employe illegal immigrants, 3) End the “anchor baby” trick, many nations have citizen ship requirements that don’t recognize simple birth location but instead require the parents to be citizens. 4) End all welfare and education benefits for illegal immigrants.

        You see the growing numbers of Hispanics and other third world people is a choice, not an inevitability. The big corporate and globalists interests want you to believe that the problem is insolvable and that it is inevitable because it is their desire to continually flood America with cheap labor that they can profit from at the public’s expense.

    • Jesse James

      Small loss. The real dilemma is that the Republican Party can’t serve two masters. Their voter base is the legacy America, mostly white, conservative and middle class. Their paymasters are corporate globalist. The Republicans continue to pretend to follow the wishes of their voter base but on all real issues of importance they always obey their paymasters. The dilemma that most of us face is should we continue to vote for a party that we know has betrayed us and hope to still have some small influence over the political decisions of our nation or do we stop wasting our efforts on a lost cause and start the hard thankless task of building a party that actually represents white American voters. As an interim measure most of us have ceased to give donations to the Republican Party as their falling rate of small contributors proves. Some still try to reward individual Republicans for small acts of political bravery and loyalty to their base. What the Republicans need to worry about is that growing number of whites who are just not voting anymore. Just as an odd but interesting coincidence of Americana this self disenfranchisement of white conservative voters actually mirrors the historical low voting rates of blacks who also felt unheard and unrepresented – until recent years.

      • JohnEngelman

        Ever since the Republican Party was formed in 1854 the most powerful constituency in the Party has been the business community. I do not think that will change.

        Currently the Republican Party is bitterly divided over immigration. The Democratic Party has different constituencies with different concerns, but there are not the deep divisions in the Democratic Party that there were during the late 1960’s and early 1970’s when the Democratic Party lost dominance to the GOP.

        • Jesse James

          Let’s think about the non-existent deep divisions of the current Democratic Party by just listing out their coalition. American Blacks, Mexicans, Non-Mexican Hispanics who loath Mexicans, Jews, Muslims, the upper 1% of the American global elite, working class whites, labor unions, academia, old school communists, environmental activists, people that plow under national forest to grow pot, feminists, liberation movement Catholics, abortionists, traditional Muslims and other heathen immigrants, gays, Puerto-Ricans, gay Puerto-Ricans etc… The only thing that keeps this insane coalition together is the desire to drag white civilization down and plunder its corpse.

          • JohnEngelman

            There are no issues that divide the Democratic Party the way immigration divides the GOP. I believe the GOP is doomed. At the very least the Republican ascendancy, which began with the election of Ronald Reagan, is coming to an end.

  • D.B. Cooper

    This pretty much says it all, doesn’t it?

    Born in California, Noorani is the son of Pakistani immigrants. Before joining the Forum, Noorani was Executive Director of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA). Prior to that, Noorani served as the Director of Public Health for the Dorchester House Multi-Service Center and Codman Square Health Center, two large community health centers in Boston, and worked for the City of Boston coordinating funding and technical assistance to regional environmental projects.

    Noorani is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, and received his Master’s in Public Health from Boston University.
    I’m going to call it a night. I’m about to kick my monitor. Don’t get me started on who actually wrote this article.

    • John Ulfsson

      Immigrants’ main political activism is for their respective eacial and ethnic nations over the state of the US.

    • DonReynolds

      Don’t you recognize a paid LIAR when you see one?

      • QuinnTheEskimo9

        He wants more of his co-ethnics to flood the U.S. to take what rightfully belongs to whites — without having to fight us to get it. “Our” own government is our worst enemy, not this guy, he is just a tool. It is the U.S. government that allows white-haters like him to colonize the U.S., because their goal is the destruction of the white race by any means possible.

    • Bossman

      This Noorani guy looks like a black man.

  • sbuffalonative

    This is a common pattern I see with Hispanics. At first they appear nice but once they think you crossed them, they turn ugly.

    I hope they march around with Mexican flags again and show the American people where their national loyalty lies.

    • Dave4088

      Agree. Remember in 2006 when all the slobbering mestizos stomped around and demonstrated with signs carrying anti-white racial epithets? That backfired big time and subsequent rallies were toned down with lots of American flags and patriotic symbolism. But it was too late as many fence sitting Americans got to see brownie without his/her mascara.

      • Zaporizhian Sich

        They are also buying guns and ammunition for the day when the Hispanics make good their threat to kill white Americans.

        • Mergatroyd

          Let ’em. Like blacks, they couldn’t hit the side of a barn with a shotgun.
          100 IQs win over 90 IQs in strategy, maneuvers and tactics. Millions of us have military and hunting experience. We have distance on our side while they shoot blindly and wildly. They may have the numbers but they have a mob mentality which is easily defeated.

          • Brian

            I don’t fear their guns, but the fire put to the cities our ancestors built will be devastating.

          • mobilebay

            Their weapons of choice are usually rocks…

    • me

      What about that mob of disgusting illegal Squat Monsters that deliberately tried to terrorize Kansas Secretary of State’s Kris Kobach’s home because Mr. Kobach believes in the rule of law in this country? These sawed-off little btards are so bold and righteous in their evil invasion of our country that it is astounding! What about the fact that California has basically given up trying to remove the Mexican drug cartels from the state’s national parks, where the ugly little Mestizos have armed thugs keeping United States citizens from enjoying those parks because of the large pot growing operations the criminal Beaners have there? They’ve become a menace, both in safety and in financial devastation of our Social Service systems, our school systems, our hospitals, our highways, our jobs, and our culture. WE MUST INSIST THAT OUR EMPLOYEES IN GOVERNMENT DO OUR WILL! We need to fight back against the Mestizo invasion from Mexico, or we will ALL be living in the barrio. We need to be even more vocal and bold in our opposition, and send our employees on Capitol Hill a VERY STRONG MESSAGE of doing the LEGAL CITIZENS’ WILL, adhering to the laws of the land already in place, refrain from trying to change said laws because of ‘special interest’ groups, or prepare to BE ARRESTED FOR TREASON!

  • Borders, laws, and deportations are all racist constructs perpetuating oppression, exploitation, exclusion, bigotry, bias, racism, xenophobia, classism, and unearned White privilege.

    Everything “created” by Whites was first stolen from Diversity.

    They want back what’s theirs, and the GOP will give what’s yours to them.

  • Luca

    Yet another example of the PC “War of Words.” They use words phrases and slogans to either support their causes or to demonize their opponents. As an example, the terms Racist Homophobic, Xenophobic,or Sexist, are words that have become weapons.

    We now have “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” being used to support the cause of open borders and complete destruction of the White, Christian, male, heterosexual power base in this country.

    Why do we need an increase of millions of illiterate immigrants at this time in our history? Do we have millions of low paying, low-skilled jobs going unfilled or do we have high unemployment and record entitlement payments?

    My guess is, third-world, low IQ peasants will vote the way their socialist benefactors tell them to.

    If this goes through, the perfect storm will have arrived.

    • A Freespeechzone

      It’s bad enough, looking back to 2012, many, many Whites voted the way their socialist benefactors told them to…..otherwise, Obama would not have won and the Senate would NOT have been dominated by socialist, White-hating Democrats.

      Even worse are the RINO Republicans who are stupid enough to think that by supporting illegals that they will sway some of them into their power base…not even.

      Look for a future of illegal affirmative action from education, housing, jobs and healthcare unless this crap is stopped. If not, Whites are DONE.

      These are Democrat values……

    • Bossman

      I’m more optimistic than that. When the undocumented gets a pathway to legal residency, the USA will be better off and it will cut off chain migration from many nations that depend on that to get into the USA.

      • Beloved Comrade

        The same way we were promised in 1986, that this was a one-time amnesty and the end of illegal immigration.
        Right.

  • Spartacus

    “In a new letter, the Evangelical Immigration Table urges the House to
    continue working on immigration and take up reform that includes a
    pathway to legalization or citizenship for the more than 11 million
    undocumented immigrants in the United States.”

    ———————————————————————————————————————

    Why do these people still have a tax-exempt status ? Oh wait, I forgot, they want to destroy the White race, which is the same thing the government wants .

  • bigone4u

    The traitors voting for open borders might as well sign a bill giving the southwestern states back to Mexico, because Reconquista will be complete anyway. This battle is where our focus must be until the traitors are defeated. This legislation is every bit as important to our future as Lincoln’s freeing the slaves without a plan to ship them out of the country.

    • So CAL Snowman

      I’m not worried about Aztlan or the Reconquista. I have realized that MY RACE is MY NATION. As long as there are White people in Southern California, my nation will survive.

      • A Freespeechzone

        I wish I was as optimistic as you are….the percentage of Whites to minorities (primarily hispanics) is rapidly declining…some So Cal city governments and policies reflect that change in demographics.

        Glad I moved from LA 30+ years and relocated to the Pacific Northwest.

        • QuinnTheEskimo9

          It’s coming your way too, friend. Last time I was in the northwest, Oregon, Washington, even Idaho, I was shocked at how brown it had become in just a few years.

          • Bossman

            There are lots of Indian tribes in the North West. The next brown person that you see there may really be a native person.

          • Beloved Comrade

            Millions of Spanish-speaking native Americans? Don’t think so.

          • Bossman

            Many of the undocumented immigrants are Spanish-speaking native North Americans.

    • Jesse James

      Yes there is a lot of bitter truth there big, by the time we actually get mobilized to resist what will there be to take back? Sixty years ago southern California was full of small mostly white towns. California was the white working mans paradise. But that is gone now and not likely to return. We can’t seem to even muster the passion to hold the towns where we still are in the majority. I doubt that we will take back lands lost decades ago. But you are 100% correct that nothing else is of more importance now than stopping amnesty and slowing down the tidal wave of non-white immigration.

      • QuinnTheEskimo9

        Nothing else is of more importance now than stopping the genocide being waged on several fronts against the white race. Wresting away of white territory and resources that belong to whites and giving them to non-whites is the worst part of it. Once non-whites have taken control of white resources, it will be the end of the white race. We will either fight to death or die, there will be no other choice when our water, food and land are gone.

  • Anon

    None of these people ever back republicans ever, for any reason.

    What exactly is the leverage they have to convince the GOP to do anything? If the GOP decides to go along with what they want, will they gain a single vote? No?

    If anything, such demonstrations should have republicans doing anything they can to get rid of as many of these people as possible.

  • DonReynolds

    A pointless campaign …….targeting Republican congress members with hispanics in their district.
    First, less than half of them can legally vote.
    Second, those that can…..never vote Republican anyway.
    Third, so if they cave……they get nothing……except a gold-plated guarantee that all of those amnestied Democrat voters will vote against them anyway in the next election.
    Thus, it is a sucker bet…..no rational person would ever fall for it.
    And that is why it might work……since the Republicans have proven themselves to be cowards and traitors (to their base and their country) already.
    Who honestly expects them to do anything but surrender?

  • MBlanc46

    We ought to target Dems with lots of whites in their districts.

    • Except…there are hardly any Democrats left whose House districts contain the kind of white people that want immigration patriotism. Almost 100% of the left wing is Billy Sunday style tee totaler thrown into open border.

      • MBlanc46

        I don’t know about that. My wife and I are in Luis Gutierrez’s district.

        • I don’t doubt that. But electoral politics are games of big numbers and margins, not of individual anecdotes.

          • MBlanc46

            True, but I know that most of my neighbors have similar attitudes. That doesn’t matter much because we’re on the margins of a safe, seriously gerry-mandered district.Gutierrez probably doesn’t even know he “represents” us. In terms of the numbers, though, the Dems are a minority in the House and will very likely be a smaller minority in the next Congress. Their Senate majority will be on the bubble in 2014 also. If only the Repubs were firmly anti-immigration, which they certainly are not. Whilst I don’t want to discourage anyone who chooses to do so from attempting to use the electoral system for anti-immigration purposes, I fear that extra-electoral means will be required.

  • DaveMed

    If Republicans support immigration “reform” (in the sense of pandering to the Hispanics), there is literally not a single reason to vote for them.

    Not one.

  • Jesse James

    In a marriage if every time you think that you have discussed something and resolved the issue and you turn around and your mate is again yammering about the same damn thing you get a divorce. How can we get a divorce from these people?

  • QuinnTheEskimo9

    Actually, it is more likely your congressman that is the one being paid off to help in the destruction of the white race. Paid off, black-mailed or bribed, choose one. Republican or democrat are exactly the same, doesn’t matter, they both work for the same NWO, anti-white masters.

  • QuinnTheEskimo9

    I’ve heard all of your programmed lines, really dog, you need to ask for a new chip and some new programming.

    Seems you are paranoid as well as being Anti-White.
    What brand of Tinfoil is your hat made out of ? Are the voices in your head telling you to be Anti-White ?
    Are all of your personalities Anti-White, or only the one I’m talking with now ?

    • JohnEngelman

      If that is all you can do, I have nothing to fear from you.

  • Beloved Comrade

    The Sierra Club was paid off by David Gelbaum, who donated 100m as long as the SC look the other way on illegal immigration. So illegal immigrants can trash and destroy delicate desert landscapes and other priceless ecosystems while the Sierra Club does nothing about it.
    Bunch of greedy hypocrites.

    “I did tell Carl Pope in 1994 or 1995 that if they ever came out anti-immigration, they would never get a dollar from me.”
    –David Gelbaum to the Sierra Club

  • Beloved Comrade

    Importing millions of destitute, uneducated, unskilled people from the 3rd world who will eventually be life-long welfare users with family reunification rights to bring over 90 of their closest relatives?

    What, oh What could possibly go wrong and why wouldn’t everyone want this? Only racists, xenophobes and Nazis oppose unfettered immigration, don’t you know.

    • Bossman

      The USA does not have unfettered immigration. It is easier for a Mexican to immigrate to Canada than to the USA as an example.

  • Bossman

    In all kinds of ways, it will be better if the USA can control who enters and leaves and who works. Certain migrants will do work that the average American find unacceptable. A large percentage of the unauthorized immigrants are people who were invited to come on temporary work visas but who just didn’t bother to go back when it expired.