Thursday, August 5, 2010

White House Denials Are Scarier Than The Memos

If an employer says he has no intention of firing the "entire" workforce of a company, just how comfortable do you think the employees feel?

Well, that's how I felt when federal officials said they have no intention of providing a backdoor amnesty to "the nation's entire illegal immigrant population."

nobody should mistake deliberation and exchange of ideas for final decisions.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services of the Department of Homeland Security in response to leaked memos from the agency. And I have this leaked document for your consumption:
This comment certainly has merit. People often write or ask for memos that just provide an idea of options. Obviously, I would feel better if DHS was not even writing down the option of giving massive numbers of amnesties without permission of Congress. Nonetheless, the fact a memo was written like that doesn't mean that option will be taken or is even being seriously considered. Educate yourself.
But then USCIS of the DHS seemed to undermine any reassurances by saying:
To be clear, DHS will not grant deferred action or humanitarian parole to the nation's entire illegal immigrant population.

Majority Leader Harry Reid and Speaker Nancy Pelosi are facing a dilemma: Although they publicly bemoan the fact that Republicans won’t help them pass an unpopular amnesty comprehensive immigration-reform bill, they don’t want to force vulnerable Democrats to vote on amnesty this close to the November elections  especially not with unemployment at 10.5 percent.

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) may have uncovered the answer to their dilemma last week: an internal U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services memo that outlines steps the Obama administration can take “in the absence of Comprehensive Immigration Reform” — that is, lawfully enacted amnesty — to “reduce the threat of removal for certain individuals present in the United States without authorization.”
Here they come, Like always

America, it is you who have made a comprehensive amnesty bill so radioactive that congressional leaders refuse to bring it up for a vote. The only way to stop the backdoor amnesties is if you apply the same kind of pressures. The federal government has proven it will protect de facto amnesties by taking states to court that try to move illegal foreign workers out of their jobs. We don't seem to be able to do anything to stop that federal assault on our abilities for self-determination and protection. But I think the ideas in the USCIS memos are so much farther in their assault on the limits of power on the Executive Branch that we can stop those ideas in the court of public opinion.

The U.S. Constitution gives Congress — and only Congress — the authority to decide federal immigration law, but the Obama administration has come up with an extensive list of ways to ensure that a majority of the illegal aliens in the United States are allowed to remain here. USE THE LGO READ THE PDF

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