Why a Massive Migration?
A people don’t arbitrarily migrate from one country to another. Two forces work to motivate them to migrate. Our present circumstance, whereby Central American children flood over our southern border, likewise has to forces at work.
One force impels them to migrate. Extreme poverty, no opportunities, unimaginable crime and government corruption comprise the impelling force. Obama’s open promise of “amnesty” is the force that draws them to our country.
To Central Americans, opportunity for work and a decent life are ‘givens’ in this migration equation, but a promise of ‘amnistía incondicional’ gives them a place to go.
Illegal immigration is nothing new. It’s been going on since pre-Civil War days. Before June 2012, the usual and customary practice was to immediately deport ‘indocumentados’ back over the border. A big change came about in 2012 when this sitting Democrat president announced amnesty for all illegal aliens now in country.
By Bob Dane, Kristen WilliamsPublished August 15, 2012FoxNews.com (click on image above for full story from Fox News)
This lazy August morning while many Americans are on vacation blissfully detached from current events, one of President’s Obama’s most radical transformations of the American landscape takes hold. A lawless, unlegislated illegal alien amnesty becomes reality today as the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) begins to officially accept applications (no personal interview required) from almost 2 million illegal aliens seeking “deferred action.” – Fox News
Think of this ordinary scenario. A lady in your town invites your family to dinner at her home on a certain day, at a certain time. You pack up the family, appetite and all, and drive right over to that hostesses home with reasonable expectation of your family being fed and welcomed.
Instead, the man of the house turns you away, saying you are unwanted and have no business darkening his doorway.
Let’s transfer that scenario to our present immigration crisis. Barack Hussein Obama effectively INVITED any and all Central Americans to come on over for “dinner”. Those “dinner guests”, expecting a warm welcome and a satisfying experience are met, instead, by angry mobs of people who behave angrily, telling those otherwise invited guests they are unwelcome.
What’s the cure, brother?
The only way we can turn this incoming tide of human misery into an ebb tide is to make it unlawful for Obama to grant amnesty. Period. That’s where we start and start we did. Texas Senator Ted Cruz introduced a bill to do just this. Listen to this short interview of the Senator on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace.
Naturally, Senate Democrats want to give Obama more BORROWED money, money we don’t have, money our grandchildren and great grandchildren will have to repay. Senator Cruz understands the issues and he knows what must be done FIRST – block Obama stroke-of-the-pen amnesty.
What to do
Public protests may make you feel better. They most certainly give us a very positive emotional feeling, but, my friends, let’s remember we are a nation of laws. The way you change policies is you change law.
Contact your Congressional Delegation. Tell them to back Senator Cruz’s bill.
Senator John Cornyn contact information
517 Hart Senate Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20510
Senator Ted Cruz contact information
185 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Congressman Ralph M. Hall contact information
2405 Rayburn H.O.B.
Washington, DC 20515-0001
Tel No: 202-225-6673
Speaker John Boehner contact information
H-232 The Capitol
Washington, DC 20515
Tel No: 202-225-0600
Senate Majority Leader Senator Harry Reid
522 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington , DC 20510