President George W. Bush finally speaks out more clearly on illegal-alien migration flood coming in from Mexico....
We all know that the term "undocumented workers" is a politically correct euphemism for illegal-aliens coming into this country to work for U.S. employers who are promoting circumvention of U.S. border, immigration, and labor laws in order to obtain workers who will work illegally at below-the-legally-mandated minimum wage. Those U.S. employers are breaking U.S. laws already on the books and not being enforced, which begs the question: Why are those laws not being enforced?
Yet, Bush still skirts around the issue that many among that illegal-alien flood coming in from Mexico are vicious MS-13 Mara Salvatrucha gang members, human traffickers, drugs smugglers, Mexicans seeking free U.S. medical care and social services, and potential spies and terrorists. He also failed to mention the intrusions into the U.S. by Mexican military and the increase in Mexican criminal acts against Americans---including murder of Border Patrol Agents and U.S. border state citizens.
The time to stop being Mr. Nice Guy about this illegal border invasion, the economic drain on this country, the increase in crime against Americans by foreigners, and leaving our borders vulnerable to terrorists who are hell-bent on harming Americans is NOW.
So, let's be honest about the true nature of the problem we are dealing with---and do something immediately to solve it.
Below are excerpts this morning from "Bush rules out amnesty for undocumented workers" at breitbart:
"President George W. Bush said he was opposed to amnesty or automatic citizenship for the some 12 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.
Amid an intense debate over the issue among US lawmakers, Bush on Tuesday ruled out amnesty for illegal immigrants but said he favored a "guest worker" program that would provide legal status for workers for a limited time period. "In my judgment, amnesty would be the wrong course of action...."
He said "a whole industry" of exploitation had emerged with workers being smuggled across the US border in dangerous conditions. "The best way to do something about it is to say that if an American won't do a job and you can find somebody who will do the job, they ought to be allowed to do it legally on a temporary basis," Bush said.... "My answer is: That person shouldn't get automatic citizenship."
Bush's comments came as a showdown looms in Congress over rival proposals on immigration reform and a day after the Mexican government bought full-page advertisements in major US newspapers to set out their stance on the issue...."
Mexico is claiming they do "not promote undocumented migration" and that they support "a safe, orderly guest worker program," ....but "acknowledges the need for incentives such as housing credits to encourage the return of temporary workers to Mexico, said the advertisement, which was based on a document produced by Mexican legislators, government officials, academics and other experts."
However, we know that Mexico has been providing maps to illegal-alien migrants, illegal identification (matricular consular) cards for identification in the U.S., and actively teaching those illegal-migrants how to violate U.S. laws to enter this country without being caught by U.S. border authorities as they fan out all over the country.
The advertisement goes on to say, "A guest worker program designed to process the legal temporary flow of workers will allow Mexico and the United States to better comabt criminal organizations specialized in the smuggling of migrants and the use of false documents...," but it says nothing about the foreign-illegals smuggling, the drugs smuggling, and the smuggling of those coming into the U.S. to bilk the economic, health, and social services systems.
According to the Breitbart column, "the issue has split Bush's fellow Republicans in Congress, some of whom have pushed for strict enforcement measures on the US-Mexico border without providing the possibility of legalizing those undocumented workers already settled in the United States."
All of us out here need to throw our full support behind those in the U.S. Congress who are pushing for strict enforcement of U.S. border and immigration laws and absolutely no amnesty or legalizing the status of illegal-aliens who have already broken our laws by entering this country by an illegal back door.
Readers, you can use the right sidebar "Government Sources" links on PelicanPost to express your opinions about this issue to your U.S. Congress-persons (both Senate and House of Representatives) and the President. It only takes a few minutes and is well worth a strong collective effort to make the message heard---loud and clear.