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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Amnesty for Illegals? But I thought...

But I thought that if I were to trespass on someones property it is Illegal for me to do so and if I cause any problems while doing so I can go to Jail!

So Illegal immigrants can trespass into the United States, mooch our welfare system,health care system and what ever else they can they litter our border areas ( which is illegal) they basically cause serious problems in a lot of areas.

Of course not all of them are bad but, they all have done one thing illegal, TRESPASS into the United States.

For this alone they should be booted back across the border, no questions asked just go back to where you came from and fill out the paper work like everyone else.

When you come here illegally you are breaking the law.

Republicans accused the Obama administration of instituting "backdoor amnesty" after officials announced they would launch a case-by-case review of illegal immigrants slated for deportation in an effort to thin the list and focus resources on kicking out criminals.

The move would likely grant a reprieve to many would-be DREAM Act beneficiaries and thousands of others. The DREAM Act is a proposal in Congress to give illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children a chance at legal status if they complete two years of college or military service. Though the bill has not passed, Thursday's announcement could serve to carry out its provisions.

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, one of the president's toughest critics on border policy, said the move amounts to the administration implementing an immigration overhaul "via executive fiat."

"This plan amounts to backdoor amnesty for hundreds of thousands -- if not millions -- of illegal aliens," the Republican governor said in a written statement. "We need to remind President Obama that we elected a president that serves beneath the law and did not anoint a king that is above the law."

Texas Republican Rep. Michael McCaul said the plan circumvents Congress.

"It is just the latest attempt by this president to bypass the intended legislative process when he does not get his way," McCaul said.

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