Boehner Says No Immigration Deal Until Obama Enforces Laws

Stephen Dinan and Dave Boyer, Washington Times, February 6, 2014

Chances for a broad immigration bill to pass this year took a major hit Thursday when House Speaker John A. Boehner ruled out any action until President Obama proves to Republicans’ satisfaction that he is serious about enforcing the laws and no longer will try to work around Congress.

Just a week after Mr. Boehner appeared to jump-start chances for immigration by releasing House Republican principles for a bill, his comments erased most of that momentum.

“Listen, there’s widespread doubt about whether this administration can be trusted to enforce our laws. And it’s going to be difficult to move any immigration legislation until that changes,” the Ohio Republican said at his weekly press conference.

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The White House remained optimistic. Press secretary Jay Carney said congressional Republicans, who a few years ago supported mass deportations, now are talking about granting some kind of legal status for illegal immigrants.

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Republicans argue that no matter what security measures they pass, Mr. Obama can’t be trusted to follow through on them. They bristled at Mr. Obama’s promise in his State of the Union address to circumvent Congress and take executive action when he feels lawmakers aren’t bending to his will on issues such as climate change and the minimum wage.

Adding to their concerns was a reinterpretation of refugee and asylum law by the State and Homeland Security departments.

The law bars approval for applicants who give “material support” to someone tied to terrorism. The administration said that excludes some important cases and that it will apply the law only when the material support goes beyond “limited” interactions with terrorists.

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Republicans said Mr. Obama can prove he is serious about the laws by engaging with Congress to find areas where he can work with lawmakers, such as job training and research funding.

“The president’s asking us to move one of the biggest bills of his presidency, and yet he’s shown very little willingness to work with us on the smallest of things,” Mr. Boehner said.

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The president praised Mr. Boehner last week after the speaker released Republican principles, which called for giving most illegal immigrants legal status and giving the Dreamers a specific pathway to citizenship.

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With chances for reform decreasing, Mr. Obama will come under more pressure from immigrant rights groups to take unilateral action and stop all deportations.

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  • Evette Coutier

    The problem is we cannot trust Boehner anymore than we can trust Obama.

    • CompassionateConservative

      We’re going to have to trust him just like The Gipper, the greatest conservative ever, did with the democratic leadership back in 1986. Just look what that trust got us. Due to his trust we now have at least eleven million more hardworking natural Republicans now with more streaming over the border as we speak. The future of the GOP is bright indeed!

      • Erasmus

        You need to change your handle. After duh-byah few conservatives are going to trust anyone who calls himself “compassionate conservative.”

        George W. Bush: America’s 2nd worst president.

        • brior

          And by the way, that 11 million is closer to 30 million . La Raza take a stab at me!

  • r j p

    This makes no sense.
    Immigration deal if laws enforced?
    Problem is no laws are being enforced.

    • brior

      You are being erased !

  • Nancy Thomas

    Here’s the deal as I see it. They plan now to wait until after the primaries, then stick it to us. That’s why we have to try to oust the 35 GOP traitors who want amnesty. The list can be found at Alipac. Please donate to the primary challengers and volunteer if you can. I believe that Boehner has already taken money to betray us and fully intends to keep pushing for amnesty until he “gets it done.” I give to Numbersusa, Alipac, Caps, and Fair,
    all good organizations that are trying to stop amnesty and higher levels of nation wrecking immigration.

  • bigone4u

    Congratulations to sane Americans. We haven’t won, but we are making a difference. Keep the pressure on and watch out for tricks. Support Jeff Sessions and anyone else who seeks to keep America for Americans.

    • Erasmus

      We’ll never have a final victory. We’ll have to fight for the rest of our lives and our children and grandchildren will have to do the same.

      The leftist democrats and republicans are like an enemy that never sleeps and so requires us to be ever vigilant.

      • Evette Coutier

        Better to fight than to live as sheep.

        • bigone4u

          Few saw the fall of the Soviet Union coming. Perhaps the USA will soon become the Dis-United States and we can have our own country and not have to fight. It could happen overnight, just as it did in the USSR. Keep the faith.

          • Evette Coutier

            Let us hope that the state I live in has the wisdom to join the correct New union. I’d hate to have to move again.

    • Nancy Thomas

      Sessions should be POTUS.

  • NeanderthalDNA

    Hey…Don Juan Beaner said something that makes a little sense.

    Has he been reading Amren? If so how’s that rasta son-in-law doin’? Does he live at the mansion, in the basement?

    • Romulus

      Disgusting! , isn’t it? I can hardly describe the virulent reaction I have to blood traitors

      Were not so many of our race scattered throughout the globe, divided by ideology, and buried in the ground, there would plenty of handsome white boys for our daughters.

      Im sickened by the non stop miscegenation propaganda. You won’t like this vid, but go to you tube and search ” the truth about the race mixing agenda”.
      Very informative.

      • NeanderthalDNA

        I won’t watch it…seen it far too much in real life, believe me.

        But yes, it is a purposeful campaign. I’d love to string that overrated pervert, Tarentino, up from a public gallows, by the way…

        • Romulus

          I’ve never thought his pulp fiction was anything but a POS . Damned n!###r loving and Southern demonization in the ending.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Refused to see Django. My last straw was Dirty Rotten Morons. What an insult to so many people for so many reasons.

    • Garrett Brown

      So gag worthy yet so true. What a pathetic man for letting his daughter even considering a negro for a spouse.

    • foundingstockcracker

      I believe he gets a lot of second hand bong smoke while he picks the lice out son-in-laws dread locks.

      • NeanderthalDNA

        Guess he does need a few stiff drinks from time to time, eh?

  • Erasmus

    I’m also going to guess that the hew and cry from us in the peanut gallery might have put some iron up his backside.

    Boehner is beginning to recognize what so many of us here have long known: The only chance for a future the GOP has is with its conservative base. With amnesty the GOP will help only the democrats to win tens of millions of new voters as the lose millions of their once faithful rank and file.

    • “I’m also going to guess that the hew and cry from us in the peanut gallery might have put some iron up his backside.”
      I assumed it, absolutely.

  • Jeff Sessions is throwing cold water on this. Basically, even if we could trust this President or whoever is President, doing this is still a rotten pool.

    www breitbart com/Big-Government/2014/02/06/Sessions-Obama-ending-lawlessness-would-not-change-how-amnesty-a-hammer-blow-to-American-workers

    • Anglo

      Thanks for the link. I’ve just sent more faxes by NumbersUSA. I wrote Senator Sessions my thank you letter too for his hard work on behalf of American workers against Amnesty for illegals.

    • Nancy Thomas

      Sessions is a national treasure, a truly wonderful man who loves this country and does his best to represent the American people. I wish we had more like him.

  • Luca

    A needle of hope in a haystack of despair.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      It’s so funny in a very sad way…

      This is what they need to do. Fight and delay and hem and haw…hit hard with Sessions’ manifesto, reconnect with their base while playing whatever form of kabuki theater they have to to rake in a few minority votes which could be crucial in a tight race…

      Get a non-Beaner/Cantor/Rubio in the White House, then…

      Just enforce the freakin’ laws as they stand! Executive priv a new “Operation Wetback”, and lord, if they show the cojones to get Whites back out voting for them and take both houses…then make some new, better, stricter laws and build the Southwall.

      I could run their show better than the chuckleheads who’ve been destroying themselves and our country since Obongo and company set them aflutter and neutered the cowards.

      Hold fast rump Republicans, you may have some hope yet. Hold fast.

  • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

    The we-can’t-trust-Obama-excuse-for-not-doing-“immigration-reform” is the official explanation for the Boehner about-face. The unofficial explanation is that “immigration reform” = amnesty. That’s why GOP can’t get it done despite the pressure from the business lobbies and the media.

    Amnesty is suicidal for GOP politicians. Obama’s flouting of federal laws provides a convenient cover for doing what they had to do anyway: nothing.

    • Nancy Thomas

      This was a yet another trial balloon, and he fully intends to keep pushing, to wait until after the primaries. After all, he’s been given big bags of money so he is obligated to come through.

  • Druid

    boehner’s a traitor and a liar…

  • Spartacus

    Now you’re negotiating where you’ll ENFORCE a law or not… Is this a sign of a failing state or what ?

    • Evette Coutier

      It’s a sign that the State has failed. It is just so massive that it takes time to grind to a halt.

    • CompassionateConservative

      It’s a sign that your government is full of compassionate conservatives.

  • So CAL Snowman

    I like how some people here are celebrating this as some sort of victory. I’m going to keep saying it because it needs to be said : Amnesty or not these people are not going anywhere. They will just continue to stay in this country and wait and wait and wait until they die or we physically throw them out. The only solution is a wholesale deportation of EVERY hispanic in the FUSA. Quite simply, the amnesty debate is nothing but political theater designed to make it look like the FUSA has a functioning, representative government. So celebrate the fact that these people are not going to be given amnesty, but realize they aren’t going anywhere, and THAT, not amnesty is the real problem.

    • Romulus

      Great observation, Snowman! That sums it up exactly. That is exactly the same problem with all the other ” tangling squabble of nationalities” There still here.
      Once the spoons move into Norway Sweden, Germany,Britain, and USA,etc.; truly never leave unless they’re forced to.

      • Nancy Thomas

        They kick them out of Israel though.

        • Romulus

          Wonderful articles covering that exact topic over on the occidental observer.
          Best to read it every day. I try to read and purchase as much literature as I can before it becomes “unavailable”.

    • Bossman

      Yes, that is correct. They are not going anywhere anytime soon. The only solution is more integration in North America and to treat the Mexicans as fellow North Americans. NAFTA was supposed to be the first step in that direction.

      • NeanderthalDNA

        Are you like that guy who pretends to be Marc Zukerburg? Have I been missing out on some subtle sarcasm here?

        • LACounty

          I don’t think it’s sarcasm. It’s Brown Math 101.

        • GeneticsareDestiny

          No, he’s the real deal. As far as I know, this is his actual opinion.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Is he Mexican or something? If he came out and said something like, “I’m a Mexican American who supports very limited immigration and thinks illegal immigration is wrong because I’m here and don’t want “here” to become there…” or anything half sensible that sort of kind of fit here it would be one thing, but…

            No. He posts pictures of Kim Kardashian like she’s a Mexican and drops one dud after another that fly 100% in the face of opinion here over and over and over…

            I wonder if he donated a little money to get the opportunity to come “ham sammich” it up without getting banned or something. I used to just ignore, but that KK pic stunt was the last straw for me.

          • LACounty

            He’s a Brown Engalman.

          • SoulInvictus

            Yup, looks like you were right.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Blue waffles in sketchy IHOPs lurk, brother, lol…

          • SoulInvictus

            LOL, you and the blue waffles man.

        • Marc Zuckurburg

          I am the Great Marc Zuckurburg, lord of all things comprehensive immigration reform, owner of a bunch of offshore bank accounts, and all around lovable hugable nice rat.

        • Greg Thomas

          Ignore him. He’s an anchor baby.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Ey ese! Joo wanna marry my seeester? She look like that Keem Kardashian mamita! ‘Cept shee like da white mens.

      • LACounty

        Viva La Raza!

      • EuroHero

        SHUT UP!

      • Dutch

        Integration is an action and no result. Thinking this action is a solution, is calling a kiss a marriage.

    • DonReynolds

      You are correct. They will most likely leave when we physically throw them out.
      YES WE CAN!

  • Sue

    Numbersusa making a difference:
    In just one short week, your activism efforts have shifted House Speaker John Boehner from pushing an amnesty for at least 11 million illegal aliens to all but declaring immigration reform dead for the year!Make no mistake, Speaker Boehner wants to grant amnesty and wants to bring in millions more foreign workers, but the faxes and phone
    calls that flowed into Congressional offices this week were so
    overwhelming, he had no choice but to back down — for now.

    *Please check it out.

    • LACounty

      YES! NumbersUSADOTcom. Get involved!

      • kenfrombayside

        Keep the pressure on your reps in congress. Giving 11 – 30 million (nobody knows for sure) criminal lawbreakers legalization pure insanity. Plus, they could sponsor their relatives; that would bring the total up to about 50 million aliens in our midst. Of course, these new citizens will vote for the vile democrats and their socialist giveaways. Most of them will be unskilled, uneducated, low IQ etc. Stop this outrageous bill now. Don’t sit on the sidelines.You are not wasting your time. The American people don’t want this bill. You have to do all you can do to stem the third world assault:
        – Contact your 2 US Senators and rep in congress.
        – after biz hours, leave a message on your DC rep’s voicemail. All US Senators have multiple offices so it would be a good idea to hit all of the. Remember, be civil and don’t threaten
        – go to NUMBERSUSA then go to the take action button. You will be able to send faxes to your 2 US Senators and congressional for free. (I also gave a $50 donation).
        – use Business Reply envelopes to state your opposition to America’s insane immigration policies and the proposed amnesty. Don’t give the parties any money.
        – join an immigration group like FAIR. Strength thru numbers!
        – go to the RNC & DNC sites to email them.
        – Use the media: call a talk radio program; write a letter to your local paper. If the media outlet is liberal, then talk about economic impact of massive third world immigration.
        – text everybody in your cell phone queue now.
        IF YOU DO OR SAY NOTHING, YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM….

        • Sue

          Thanks for adding this information. Shout it to anyone and everyone you know. Any immigration article you see please put their information down. Strength in numbers

        • jackryanvb

          FAIR is worthless .

          Join numbersUSA they are very effective.

  • John Smith

    Obama: Ok I promise to enforce the immigration laws.
    Boehner: Ok, you can have your amnesty.

  • Romulus

    So now that boner has heard the people, the people need to be willing to at fill the jobs that the left claims they dont want.

    Secondly, whites need to increase their birthrate exponentially WITH THEIR OWN RACE!
    Thirdly, restore the glue of community amongst our people by recapturing our cultural memory.
    Lastly, take control of the legislature. Encourage our children to become more active in the affairs of the country. Run for office,become lawyers and judges; Reclaim our institutions. Be proactive

    • Long Live Dixie

      Run for office . . ..

      This takes a lot of time and money. If the goal of running is to win, then it requires getting hitched to one of the two political parties. What’s the payoff? Not much at this point, I’d say.

      • Romulus

        All depends on how you define winning. Defeatism is a poor ideology.
        While true that the two major parties control the action in politics, the more momentum a movement has, the more traction and power.
        It is in our better interests to have people at the top looking out for us, even if below the radar for now.

        • Long Live Dixie

          My attitude on this is not defeatism. It is that our resources are limited and we should make the most of them. I would define winning in this context as getting elected – which is considerably harder in a winner-take-all system than it would be if we were running in a multi-party system like what they have in Europe. There is some publicity, I suppose, that could be gained by running a nationalist candidate. But I don’t know that the good of the publicity would justify the diversion of resources.

          I do see a point in the future when starting a Southern nationalist political party and contesting local elections might make some sense. I just don’t think we’re to that point yet. If the Republicans keep going down the road they have been going down, then maybe we’re only a few years from that point.

    • Bossman

      How is the birth rate going to increase exponentially when everyday the media is promoting same-sex marriage? Note well that Third World nations are not buying into that sort of think.

      • Romulus

        Demographics are destiny! 3 children per breeding pair of European stock is necessary to replace a given population. One to replace dad, one for mom and one for infant mortality.

        • Einsatzgrenadier

          I think we should concentrate on getting rid of all the non-whites in America first before we worry about increasing the white birth rate.

  • Bossman

    They don’t need to give amnesty to the undocumented immigrants. Just make it easier for Mexicans and Central Americans to move back and forth across the southern border and grant them a more generous and liberal guest worker program. Most of them would be happy with that.

    • LACounty

      They don’t need to make it easier. They/We need to make it much more difficult by not only enforcing existing immigration laws, but putting military on the border. If the effort was made, this country could do a much better job keeping out the trash. I would even volunteer a day a month on the border.

      • CompassionateConservative

        As a long time conservative I recognize that the military doesn’t exist to protect America or it’s borders but rather to primarily safeguard our greatest ally, Israel, from all threats, real or perceived. It’s also good for some sweet insider deals too if you happen to be a true conservative like me.

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      The United States does not need anymore highly fecund, low IQ mestizo immigrants. We should focus on deporting the mestizos we already have, militarizing the US-Mexico border and making sure the mestizos stay in their own countries, where they belong. Most white Americans “would be happy with that”.

      • Bossman

        The people crossing the southern border without inspection are mostly indigenous Indians. They do that because they consider America to be their original continent and therefore have a right to roam across it. Have you ever seen a real Mestizo? Real Mestizos don’t need to do that because they usually are tall handsome and beautiful people who become movie stars in their countries and in the USA. I can post pictures of what real Mestizos look like if you want.

        • Einsatzgrenadier

          America didn’t belong to anyone because the Indians had no concept of private land ownership. Only the white people who settled and colonized the country have any right to America.

          Your comment about mestizos is laughable. Why do so many of them sneak across the US border each year? Why are there any mestizos and Mexican Indians in the US to begin with? Let the brown, squat, ugly monsters stay in their own countries where they belong.

          • Bossman

            Your totally naive reply tells me that you don’t understand what I’m talking about.

          • Einsatzgrenadier

            Is that the best you can do? I don’t have time for this, mestizo. Go preach your brown pride and mestizo supremacy elsewhere.

  • DonReynolds

    EXACTLY! The ONLY reason there is an Amnesty debate is because of the refusal of the president to enforce US laws…..a duty required by his oath of office. Were the illegals dealt with according to law, there would be no clamor for Amnesty.
    You want Amnesty? OK……here is my Amnesty plan: If those illegal aliens will leave this country in the next 30 days and return to their own country, we will agree not to prosecute them in the meantime. I call it a Safe Conduct Pass and they need to take it.

  • DonReynolds

    Friends, the truth is…..the fastest way to get Amnesty is for Obama to actually begin to enforce the current immigration laws. After a week of shipping Mex to the border, with screaming women and crying babies, the liberal press would have a field day, and the women in this country would DEMAND the deportations be stopped with a generous Amnesty. Believe it or not…..

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Good point but things are changing, Don.

      Vicious self interest is kicking in as the recently graduated realize the load of horse manure they were brainwashed with before they had to look for real jobs is a load of horse manure.

  • Talltrees

    Oh, he’ll (Boehner) change his mind again Monday. Amnesty is on.

  • dave

    Enforce the laws. Meanwhile there are 30,000 illegals aliens in this country who will never leave because they already have amnesty. Amnesty is just a legal term.

  • IstvanIN

    Who or what is Boehner cheating on his wife with?

  • John R

    Amazing that just asking for the government to enforce immigration law has become a “hard line conservative” position.

  • Garrett Brown

    Wait, I thought they were going to go through with it? He’s stopping the process again?

  • Operation Weepy Willow…

  • this filthy traitor Boehner is probably going to make a run a president in 2016, and what he is doing during this little Kabuki dance on immigration is signaling the corporations that he will play their game on immigration if they support him.

    • Good. Let him.

      Let every open borders yapping mouth who’s thinking about running for President in 2016 do so.

      The more open borders choices there are on the ballot, the more it splits the open borders vote. Which makes things all the easier for Jeff Sessions.

      Hopefully by then our people will be so singularly obsessed with immigration that they’ll politically metaphorically speaking knock down every protruding open borders nail back down into the wood with a nice hard hammer, and politicians will finally get it through their consultant-obsessed thick skulls that open borders is the third rail.

    • Nancy Thomas

      He’s not on the GOP list they sent me. They surely know that this issue is death for a presidential run.

  • WR_the_realist

    To understand the real reason why Boehner is backpedaling on the immigration bill, read a sample of the 5000+ comments at www(dot)speaker(dot)gov/general/draft-standards-step-by-step-immigration-reform.

  • Epiminondas

    The problem is in Washington, D.C. Now that the Republicans have succeeded so brilliantly in building up a massive central government and piling up political power in one place while destroying states rights, we have no choice but to seize that power and try to set things right. If ever a group of fools set out to destroy their nation, it has to have been the Republican party. And in the irony of ironies, they are no longer an effective opposition to another party that is even more dangerous. You can’t make this stuff up.

  • libori

    While I agree with you that ideally we want only white Europeans (remember also that we once considered Italians and Slavs as undesirable third world losers), there is no need to alienate any citizen (and voter) with a third world background. At this point let us just stick with the principle that our country cannot survive without applying the laws equally to everybody, which includes kicking out those that are here illegally and punishing those that violate the laws by giving them jobs and shelter and handouts at the expense of the American citizenry. To do that we need to get to the levers of power, so we need the help of every citizen who supports respect for our laws.

  • We no longer deport these illegals but still have Gestapo style federal border checkpoints upon interior public roads over 10+ miles from the actually border. I have been saying this for a few years now but those checkpoints aren’t for illegals they are for White people, illegals don’t pay the bills but Whitey sure will!

    At the Buckman Springs checkpoint on the I8-West they have a list of their “accomplishments” with marijuana busts being at the top of their list and catching illegals at the very bottom. Either enforce current immigration laws or defund this federal good squad.

  • foundingstockcracker

    Fine rant. Much truth.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    The neoliberal argument that we need third world immigrants to pay our pensions is always good for a laugh. If you let someone into your house, give them free food, a job and shelter, your house guest will eventually turn on you and come to hate your guts. No one respects a man who gives everything away for free. Such undeserved kindness always arouses hatred and contempt; it is a sign of weakness and child-like innocence in the eyes of the foreign invader. Once the non-white foreigners reach critical mass, they’ll be slitting our throats rather than paying our pensions.

    • Nancy Thomas

      You get it. Look at the hero’s funeral in mexico for that mexican who killed the poor cop years ago. You can’t view that picture with thousands of mourners and then causally bray, “They do the work nobody else will do!”

  • Nancy Thomas

    Last night Bill O’Reilly told an outright lie that 68% of Americans want amnesty for illegals. The truth is that 78% of likely voters said that they do not want amnesty for illegals. Please call or write this idiot and tell him how you feel about his lies. I have now sworn to never watch his show again. This really makes me furious because this foolish man is now a conspirator in the effort to hijack our country and give it away to mexico and big business.

    • IstvanIN

      He isn’t one of us..he has the funds to insulate his wife and kids…at least for now.

      • John Smith

        No one can insulate themselves.

    • Greg Thomas

      I cannot even stand to look at Bill O’Reilly, much less listen to his treasonous, diversity endorsing blather. I turned him off years ago….

      • Nancy Thomas

        I hate him now with a red hot hate that is horrible to deal with. And I feel this way because he KNOWS the truth, but he’s been told by his employer to lie and sell us out. He has enough millions that he could simply refuse to cooperate and tell Murdoch to shove it, but he lacks the moral character to do this. He makes me sick to my stomach. Moonbats are despicable, but many of them are brainwashed and as they get older and have bad experiences with diversity they might wise up, but O’Reilly knows how damaging this invasion is and he chooses to work for the wrong team, the evil team that hates this country and hates the people who built this country. Imagine I used to look up to Bill as a conservative voice. Very sad.

        • NeanderthalDNA

          Nancy and Greg Thomas…

          Something kind of funny about that…

          You can’t be married, though. Too much agreement, lol…

          • Nancy Thomas

            Haha!

      • WR_the_realist

        I never liked Bill O’Reilly. He’s a war monger. He’s also a bully, who never lets the people he interviews get a word in edgewise. And he is always, ultimately, a thrall to his corporate owners. Such people are richly rewarded in our corrupt society. I am a religious skeptic, but if there is a just God, people like Bill O’Reilly are going to wind up in a very warm place.

    • LACountyRedneck

      I’ve been on the Fox News site looking at their polls and found nothing re. that 68%. He definitely did say that, but where are the results to that poll? Is he BS’ing?

      • Nancy Thomas

        It’s total nonsense. Yes, he’s a liar. The legitimate number is 78% against amnesty. Fox might have done some phony push poll with loaded questions to get some insane result, but there are no legitimate polls that indicate people want amnesty. In fact, only 3% of the populace is even concerned about the issue. Americans want jobs, not more illegals who steal jobs, bring down ages, and raise unemployment.

    • jackryanvb

      Whenever we get anyone in the MSM to take our side on immigration, they get bought off -Lou Dobbs was once on our side, think a young Latina bride was part of the pay off.

      • Nancy Thomas

        You’re right, and it’s all too obvious. Thing is….I don’t know how these people can sleep at night knowing they are contributing to the destruction of our country. I hope they meet the same end as Judas.

        • LACountyRedneck

          $$$

      • itdoesnotmatter

        Here is his trophy wife “Latina,” born in 1982, [Dobbs in 1945].
        This is what turned him around, I guess. From one of “us” to one of “them.”

        • LACountyRedneck

          Wow. I was not aware of this. Good to know who are with us.

          • itdoesnotmatter

            Nor was I, LACounty. Thanks to ever faithful JackRyanvb, we both know. Everyone has a sell-out price, so they say. A young brown chick was Lou’s.
            Barf.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Whether he ever gave a rip about anything beyond his own portfolio I highly doubt.

            She sure got her ticket to America, eh?

          • itdoesnotmatter

            My thoughts, exactly, Neanderthal. It’s a win-win for these two.

    • itdoesnotmatter

      I gave up O’Reilly as a turncoat some months ago.
      Anyone who slobbers over Communist, adulterer, plagiarist Mikey King’s birthday or the late unlamented South African terrorist Mandela’s death is our enemy and not worthy of my time.

  • Nancy Thomas

    This is a huge problem. Just when I sort of like a candidate (Paul, Cruz) I find out they want amnesty of they want crazy high levels of immigration. I promise you, with all my heart, I will NOT vote for any GOP candidate who is for nation wrecking amnesty, and I will stay home and let Hillary win or vote third party.

  • Nancy Thomas

    Yes, my intuition is the same, the elites have already crowned Hillary, and the rest of it is just theater.

  • Nancy Thomas

    Yes, the idea that they do the work nobody else will do is nonsense. Blacks used to work in meat packing, slaughterhouses, construction, manufacturing, food service, hotels etc., areas now totally dominated by illegals. This forces blacks onto welfare. Our immigration policy is just a huge subsidy for big business. And now with the robotics revolution, there will be no need for millions of unskilled laborers, who will then turn to welfare and crime. Our government is FUBAR.

  • John R

    Yeah, but it would backfire, in the end, just like all the other liberal ideas inevitably do. After there are no more Whites, who will the remaining people complain about for their failures?

    • IstvanIN

      Asians and mulattoes.

  • Nancy Thomas

    Yes, it’s 12 million+, then they will bring the family, so 30 to 40 million undocumented democrats which will give them a supermajority forever.

  • NeanderthalDNA

    I’m not an Australian Aboriginal.

  • Homo_Occidentalis

    The first time I definitively remember seeing the 11 million number was in 2006, and I didn’t believe it for a second then either. Liberals are pathological liars and nation-wreckers.

  • emiledurk16

    “until President Obama proves to Republicans’ satisfaction that he is serious about enforcing the laws and no longer will try to work around Congress.”
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    I hope Mr. Boehner doesn’t hold his breath.

    President O’Bama has no desire to enforce “our” laws. He is a white hating, cultural Marxist. (Remember “typical white person” comment.) He has publicly said he wants to”fundamentally transform” America. (fundamentally transform = degrade our culture, values, and rule of law). His ideas are banally communistic and to see white liberals swoon over his sophism is pathetic, yet amusing.

    Stating the obvious this fine Sun morn.

    Hillory (Marxism 2.0) in the wings.

  • mobilebay

    Let’s quit referring to them as RINOS and change it to AINOS – Americans in Name Only!

  • Erasmus

    Thanks for the low-down. My sarcasm detector’s usually pretty good, but I missed that one. (Seems I’m going to have to ratchet up its sensitivity.)

    After duh-byah, (and I voted for him twice), I never want to see another bush near The White House, let alone on television. Had that creature secured the borders when he had the chance…or if he couldn’t do that at least not play Monica Lewinsky to the president of Mexico every chance he got…the country wouldn’t now be fighting for its survival.

  • Lada Belyy

    So, essentially what he’s saying is, “We won’t give you what you want unless you do your job.” How does that work? Meanwhile, on planet Earth, people who don’t do their jobs are replaced by someone who will.

  • sshadow

    Excellent piece. It’s certainly disconcerting that someone like Walker can be so sadly ignorant about the potential of a people, or lack thereof. What sort of brainwashing allows him to suppress disbelief in the proposition that Somali’s, Sudanese and Bangladeshi’s could maintain a nation as well as Western Europeons, when all possible evidence is so strongly to the contrary? Surely he couldn’t be that morally bankrupt or that ignorant. Cognitive dissonance shrieks in outrage.

  • Whirlwinder

    The only immigration reform we need right now is to force the lawless Dept. of Justice to enforce the law. Ha! Ha! Next on the agenda is to close the borders. Permanently. About trusting this administration to execute the law. This will not happen. Immigration reform begins with the next administration.