Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Is Amnesty Dead? If So, What Next?

By John W. Lillpop

Open borders advocates, and those who fret over illegal aliens forced to live in the shadows, are in a deep dither over the election results because the leftist plan to reward millions of illegal aliens with amnesty, known euphemistically as “Comprehensive” Immigration Reform, may be dead in the water for the near term.

Which explains that “loud sucking sound,” which is the noise made by tens of millions of moon bats wringing their corrupt hands in unison as Democrat politicians rue the latest turn of events.

How dare those haughty Americans ignore the contributions of tens of millions of poor, non-English speaking invaders who cost taxpayers more than $100 billion dollars a year?

All because of flimsy concerns about American national sovereignty, secure borders, homeland security, preservation of American language and culture, and the rule of law?

What to do? they wail in righteous indignation!

Alas, there is a relatively simple solution, although its simplicity may not curry much favor among those who wish to re-make America into a suburb of Tee-Juana!

The Sane Solution: Enforce the bloody law!

Its official title is the “Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986", and this jewel was put on the books the last time America’s elitists decided that our nation faced a desperate shortfall of menial laborers.

IRCA came about as a trade for amnesty granted to the 3-4 million invading criminals from Mexico in 1986.

IRCA was supposed to put an end, once and for all, to the illegal invasion of America. That would require enforcement of IRCA, a notion that no administration, neither Democrat nor Republican, has even vaguely pondered.

With a new, more conservative U.S. House and Senate due in town in January, it is time for duly-elected politicians to enforce IRCA in full, including deportation of the 12-38 million foreign illegal aliens who have come here since IRCA was signed into law.

Time to give rule of law, including IRCA, a chance!