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America To Open Border With Mexico!


Its time to learn Spanish My friends!!!


Ted Kennedy, Republican Leaders and the Bush Administration close to AMNESTY plan for 12-25 Million illegal aliens in the United States. Most of whom are MEXICAN.


The End of the United States is NEAR :)


Time to mourn America....





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Congress Phones Ring Off Hook Over AMNESTY BILL


According to a staffer in Congress that stated the phones are ringing off the hook in Congressional Offices on the Rush Limbaugh Show.


If you want to contact Senators to protest:




To get web contact email forms.


A sample message to get their attention on the issue could be:


"Do not support the AMNESTY BILL for Illegal Aliens currently under consideration in the Senate.


I will leave the Democratic Party if you support that horrendous bill.


Our jobs, culture, economy and national security must be protected."




Contact the Senators! Our country needs you!





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Re: Congress Phones Ring Off Hook


If there is anything that provokes "Titor's Civil War" it is the illegal immigration issue. An alternative is a viable third party.


While the media disregards it, the mass demonstrations we have seen are not spontaneous, but directed from Mexico City. There is a culture war going on--the aim is not employment for the poor, it is to drive the Anglo culture out of North America (well,I don't know that for a fact, but draw your own conclusions).


Possibility: At some point the government will attempt to implement a policy that the people of the Western States feel is impossible to accept. The government will use force, there will be resistance,and the bullets will fly. Like Humpty Dumpty, it may be impossible to put the egg back together again.



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Re: Congress Phones Ring Off Hook


As for "If there is anything that provokes "Titor's Civil War" it is the illegal immigration issue. An alternative is a viable third party."


Don't know if it has anything to do with Titor's Civil War, But a civil or cultural war between growing population of 12-20 Illegal Aliens to 50 Million after the AMNESTY BILL is signed by President Bush. Another flood of illegals will occur with the anchor children and sponsorship of families will grow to 50+Million plus.


There has been no hearings to study effects:


o English versus Spanish


o Downward pressure on Wages


o Entitlement Program Impact


o Welfare


o Food Stamps


o Social Security / Disabilibity


o Healthcare Impact on Hospitals and Emergency Rooms


o School Budgets / Property Taxes


After the bill comes law they become "legal" but not "citizens", the new "LEGAL" ALIENS will be entitled to these benefits at some point.



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Repulican Donations Down! over Immigration Bill


According to a report on the Jerry Agar Show on the WABC network, Republican donations are sharply down over the Immigration Bill.


Republicans are refusing to donate until the Immigration Bill is fixed or killed.


I almost like Republicans now. :)





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Immigration bill fails key test-vote




Immigration bill fails key test-vote


By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS, Associated Press Writer


1 hour, 20 minutes ago


WASHINGTON - A fragile bipartisan compromise that would legalize millions of unlawful immigrants suffered a setback Thursday when it failed a test vote in the Senate, leaving its prospects uncertain.


Still, the measure — a top priority for President Bush that's under attack from the right and left — got a reprieve when Majority Leader Harry Reid (news, bio, voting record), D-Nev., said he would give it more time before yanking the bill and moving on to other matters.


"We need to complete this marathon," Reid said.


His decision set the stage for yet another procedural vote later Thursday that will measure lawmakers' appetite for a so-called "grand bargain" between liberals and conservatives on immigration.


By a vote of 33-63, the Senate fell far short of the 60 votes that would have been needed to limit debate on the immigration measure and put it on a path to passage. Republicans — even those who helped craft the measure and are expected to support it — banded together to oppose that move, while a majority of Democrats backed it.


Republicans were seeking assurances they would get chances to add several conservative-backed changes that would toughen the measure.




There is still hope for America...





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20 Loopholes in the Senate Immigration Bill




Sen. Sessions Releases List of 20 Loopholes in the Senate Immigration Bill


20 Loopholes in the Senate Immigration Bill


Loophole 1 – Legal Status Before Enforcement:


Amnesty benefits do not wait for the 'enforcement trigger.' After filing an application and waiting 24 hours, illegal aliens will receive full 'probationary benefits,' complete with the ability to legally live and work in the U.S., travel outside of the U.S. and return, and their own social security card. Astonishingly, if the trigger is never met and amnesty applications are therefore never 'approved,' the probationary benefits granted to the illegal alien population never expire, and the new social security cards issued to the illegal alien population are not revoked. [see pp. 1, 290-291, & 315].


Loophole 2 – U.S. VISIT Exit Not In Trigger:


The 'enforcement trigger,' required to be met before the new temporary worker program begins, does not require that the exit portion of U.S. VISIT system – the biometric border check-in/check-out system first required by Congress in 1996 that is already well past its already postponed 2005 implementation due date – to be in place before new worker or amnesty programs begin. Without the U.S. VISIT exit portion, the U.S. has no method to ensure that workers (or their visiting families) do not overstay their visas. Our current illegal population contains 4 to 5.5 million visa overstays, therefore, we know that the U.S. VISIT exit component is key to a successful new temporary worker program. [see pp. 1-2].


Loophole 3 – Trigger Requires No More Agents, Beds, or Fencing Than Current Law:


The 'enforcement trigger' does not require the Department of Homeland Security to have detention space sufficient to end 'catch and release' at the border and in the interior. Even after the adoption of amendment 1172, the trigger merely requires the addition of 4,000 detention beds, bringing DHS to a 31,500 bed capacity. This is far short of the 43,000 beds required under current law to be in place by the end of 2007, or the additional 20,000 beds required later in the bill. Additionally, the bill establishes a 'catch, pay, and release' program. This policy will benefit illegal aliens from countries other than Mexico that are caught at the border, then can post a $5,000 bond, be released and never show up for deportation hearings. Annual failure to appear rates for 2005 and 2006, caused in part by lack of detention space, doubled the 2004 rate (106,000 – 110,000 compared with 54,000). Claims that the bill 'expands fencing' are inaccurate. The bill only requires 370 miles of fencing to be completed, while current law already mandates that more than 700 miles be constructed [see pp. 1-2, & 10-11, and EOIR's FY2006 Statistical Yearbook, p. H2, and The Secure Fence Act of 2004].


Loophole 4 -- Three Additional Years Worth of Illegal Aliens Granted Status, Treated Preferentially To Legal Filers:


Aliens who broke into the country illegally a mere 5 months ago, are treated better than foreign nationals who legally applied to come to the U.S. more than two years ago. Aliens who can prove they were illegally in the U.S. on January 1, 2007, are immediately eligible to apply from inside the U.S. for amnesty benefits, while foreign nationals that filed applications to come to the U.S. after May 1, 2005 must start the application process over again from their home countries. Last year's bill required illegal aliens to have been here before January 7, 2004 to qualify for permanent legal status. [see pp. 263, 282, & 306].


Loophole 5 – Completion of Background Checks Not Required For Probationary Legal Status:


Legal status must be granted to illegal aliens 24 hours after they file an application, even if the aliens have not yet 'passed all appropriate background checks.' (Last year's bill gave DHS 90 days to check an alien's background before any status was granted). No legal status should be given to any illegal alien until all appropriate background checks are complete. [see pp. 290].


Loophole 6 – Some Child Molesters Are Still Eligible:


Some aggravated felons – those who have sexually abused a minor – are eligible for amnesty. A child molester who committed the crime before the bill is enacted is not barred from getting amnesty if their conviction document omitted the age of the victim. The bill corrects this loophole for future child molesters, but does not close the loophole for current or past convictions. [see p. 47: 30-33, & p. 48: 1-2]


Loophole 7 – Terrorism Connections Allowed, Good Moral Character Not Required:


Illegal aliens with terrorism connections are not barred from getting amnesty. An illegal alien seeking most immigration benefits must show 'good moral character.' Last year's bill specifically barred aliens with terrorism connections from having 'good moral character' and being eligible for amnesty. This year's bill does neither. Additionally, bill drafters ignored the Administration's request that changes be made to the asylum, cancellation of removal, and withholding of removal statutes in order to prevent aliens with terrorist connections from receiving relief. [Compare §204 in S. 2611 from the 109th Congress with missing §204 on p. 48 of S.A. 1150, & see missing subsection (5) on p. 287 of S.A. 1150].


Loophole 8 – Gang Members Are Eligible:


Instead of ensuring that members of violent gangs such as MS 13 are deported after coming out of the shadows to apply for amnesty, the bill will allow violent gang members to get amnesty as long as they 'renounce' their gang membership on their application. [see p. 289: 34-36].


Loophole 9 – Absconders Are Eligible:


Aliens who have already had their day in court – those subject to final orders of removal, voluntary departure orders, or reinstatement of their final orders of removal – are eligible for amnesty under the bill. The same is true for aliens who have made a false claim to citizenship or engaged in document fraud. More than 636,000 alien fugitives could be covered by this loophole. [see p. 285:19-22 which waives the following inadmissibility grounds: failure to attend a removal proceeding; final orders of removal for alien smuggling; aliens unlawfully present after previous immigration violations or deportation orders; and aliens previously removed. This appears to conflict with language on p. 283:40-41. When a direct conflict appears in a statute, the statue is interpreted by the courts to the benefit of the alien.].


Loophole 10 – Learning English Not Required For A Decade:


Illegal aliens are not required to demonstrate any proficiency in English for more than a decade after they are granted amnesty. Learning English is not required for an illegal alien to receive probationary benefits, the first 4-year Z visa, or the second 4-year Z visa. The first Z visa renewal (the second 4-year Z visa) requires only that the alien demonstrate an 'attempt' to learn English by being 'on a waiting list for English classes.' Passing a basic English test is required only for a second Z visa renewal (the third 4-year Z visa), and even then the alien only has to pass the test 'prior to the expiration of the second extension of Z status' (12 years down the road). [see pp. 295-296].


Loophole 11 – Earned Income Tax Credit Will Cost Taxpayers Billions In Just 10 Years:


Current illegal aliens and new guest workers will be eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit, a refundable tax credit designed to encourage American citizens and legal permanent residents to work. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that this loophole will cost the U.S. taxpayer up to $20 billion dollars in just the first 10 years after the bill's enactment. To be consistent with the intent of the 1996 welfare reforms – which limited new immigrants from receiving public benefits until they had been legal permanent residents for five years – the bill should withhold EITC eligibility from amnestied aliens until they become legal permanent residents. Closing this loophole will save the taxpayers billions of dollars. [see p. 293 after S.A. 1190 was adopted, p. 307, p. 315, §606. All that is required for EITC eligibility is a social security number and resident alien status. Nothing in the bill's tax provisions limit EITC eligibility. The issuance of social security numbers to aliens as soon as they apply for amnesty will ensure they are able to qualify for the EITC.]


Loophole 12 – Affidavits From Friends Accepted As Evidence:


Records from day-labor centers, labor unions, and 'sworn declarations' from any non-relative (acquaintances, friends, coworkers, etc) are to be accepted as evidence that the illegal alien has satisfied the bill's amnesty requirements. This low burden of proof will invite fraud and more illegal immigration – even aliens who are not yet in the U.S. will likely meet this burden of proof. DHS will not have the resources to examine whether the claims contained in the 'sworn declarations' of the alien's friends (that the alien was here prior to January 1, 2007 and is currently employed) are actually valid. [see p. 293: 13-16].


Loophole 13 – Taxpayer Funded Legal Counsel and Arbitration:


Free legal counsel and the fees and expenses of arbitrators will be provided to aliens that have been working illegally in agriculture. The U.S. taxpayer will fund the attorneys that help these individuals fill out their amnesty applications. Additionally, if these individuals have a dispute with their employer over whether they were fired for 'just cause,' DHS will 'pay the fee and expenses of the arbitrator.' [see p. 339:37-41, & p. 332: 37-38.]


Loophole 14 – In-State Tuition and Student Loans:


In-state tuition and other higher education benefits, such as Stafford Loans, will be made available to current illegal aliens that are granted initial 'probationary' status, even if the same in-state tuition rates are not offered to all U.S. citizens. This would normally violate current law (8 U.S.C. §1623) which mandates that educational institutions give citizens the same postsecondary education benefits they offer to illegal aliens. [see p. 321: 8-31].


Loophole 15 – Inadequacy of the Merit System:


The 'merit system,' designed to shift the U.S. green card distribution system to attract higher skilled workers that benefit the national interest, is only a shell of what it should have been. Though the merit system begins immediately, it will not increase the percentage of high skilled immigrants coming to the United States until 2016, 8 years after enactment. Of the 247,000 green cards dedicated to the merit based system each year for the first 5 years, 100,000 green cards will be reserved for low-skilled guest workers (10,000) and for clearing the current employment based green card backlog (90,000). From 2013 to 2015, the number of merit based green cards drops to 140,000, and of that number, 100,000 green cards are still reserved each year for low-skilled guest workers (10,000) and for clearing the current employment based green card backlog (90,000). Even after 2015, when the merit system really begins (in 2016) by having 380,000 green cards annually, 10,00 green cards will be reserved specifically for low skilled workers, and points will be given for many characteristics that are not considered 'high-skilled.' For example, 16 points will be given for aliens in 'high demand occupations' which includes janitors, maids, food preparation workers, and groundskeepers. [see p.260: 25 – p. 261: 20, p. 262, & The Department of Labor's list of 'occupations with the largest job growth' available at www.bls.gov/emp/emptab3.htm].


Loophole 16 – Visas For Individuals That Plan To Overstay:


The new 'parent' visa contained in the bill which allows parents of citizens, and the spouses and children of new temporary workers, to visit a worker in the United States is not only a misnomer, but also an invitation for high rates of visa overstays. This new visa specifically allows the spouse and children of new temporary workers who intend to abandon their residence in a foreign country, to qualify to come to the U.S. to 'visit.' The visa requires only a $1,000 bond, which will be forfeited when, not if, family members of new temporary workers decide to overstay their 30 day visit. Workers should travel to their home countries to visit their families, not the other way around. [see p. 277:1 – 33, and p. 276: 38-43].


Loophole 17 – Chain Migration Tippled Before Being Eliminated:


Though the bill will eventually eliminate chain migration (relatives other than spouses and children of citizens and legal permanent residents), it will not have full effect until 2016. Until then, chain migration into the U.S. will actually triple, from approximately 138,000 chain migrants a year (equal to 14% of the 1 million green cards the U.S. currently distributes on an annual basis) to approximately 440,000 chain migrants a year (equal to 45% of the 1 million green cards the U.S. currently distributes on an annual basis). [see pp. 260:13, p. 270: 29 – pp. 271: 17]


Loophole 18 – Back Taxes Not Required:


Last year's bill required illegal aliens to prove they had paid three of their last five years of taxes to get amnesty. This year, payment of back taxes is not required for amnesty. The bill requires taxes to be paid at the time of application for a green card, but at that time, only proof of payment of Federal taxes (not state and local) is required for the years the alien worked on a Z visa, not the years the alien has already worked illegally in the United States. Though Senator McCain's S.A. 1190, adopted by voice vote, claimed to 'require undocumented immigrants receiving legal status to pay owed back taxes,' the amendment actually only required proof of payment of taxes for 'any year during the period of employment required by subparagraph (D)(i).' Since the bill does not contain a subparagraph (D)(i), nor require any past years of employment as a prerequisite for amnesty, the amendment essentially only requires proof of payment of taxes for future work in the U.S., not payment of 'back taxes.' [see p. 307, and p. 293 as altered by S.A. 1190, amendment p. 2: 19-20.]


Loophole 19 – Social Security Credits Allowed For Some Illegal Work Histories:


Aliens who came to the U.S. on legal visas, but overstayed their visas and have been working in the U.S. for years, as well as illegal aliens who apply for Z visa status but do not qualify, will be able to collect social security credits for the years they worked illegally. Under the bill, if an alien was ever issued a social security account number – all work-authorized aliens who originally came on legal visas receive these – the alien will receive Social Security credits for any 'quarters of coverage' the alien worked after receiving their social security account number. Because the bill requires social security account numbers to be issued 'promptly' to illegal aliens as soon as they are granted 'any probationary benefits based upon application [for Z status]' (these benefits are granted 24 hours after the application is filed), an illegal alien who is denied Z visa status but continues to work illegally in the U.S. will accumulate Social Security credits. [see pp. 316:8 – 16, and pp. 315: 32-39]


Loophole 20 – Criminal Fines Not Proportional To Conduct:


The criminal fines an illegal alien is required to pay to receive amnesty are less than the bill's criminal fines for paperwork violations committed by U.S. citizens, and can be paid by installment. Under the bill, an illegal alien must pay a $1,000 criminal fine to apply for a Z visa, and a $4,000 fine to apply for a green card. Eighty percent of those fines can be paid on an installment plan. Under the bill's confidentiality provisions, someone who improperly handles or uses information on an alien's amnesty application can be fined $10,000. Administration officials suggest that the bill's 'criminal fines are proportionate to the criminal conduct.' Why, then, is the fine for illegally entering, using false documents to work, and live one-tenth the fine for a paperwork violation committed by a government official? [see p. 287: 34, p. 317: 9, p. 315:6-8, & remarks made by Secretary Gutierrez on Your World with Neil Cavuto, 4:00 May 31, 2007]




It's horrifying... The Super Z-Visa creates permament legal ALIENS...





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States step into void on immigration law


States step into void on immigration law




By STEVE LeBLANC, Associated Press Writer


Mon Aug 6, 7:09 AM ET


BOSTON - State lawmakers are increasingly stepping into the void created by the failure of Congress to approve sweeping changes to immigration policy, a new report finds.


Legislatures have passed bills dealing with a range of immigration issues, from employment and health care to driver's licenses and human trafficking — creating a sometimes uneven patchwork quilt of immigration law across the country.


Arkansas approved a law barring state agencies from contracting with businesses that hire illegal immigrants. Louisiana has a new law barring the state from issuing driver's licenses to foreigners until their criminal background has been checked. Oregon made it illegal for anyone other than lawyers to perform immigration consultation work.


In the first six months of the year, 171 immigration bills became law in 41 states. That's more than double the 84 laws approved in all of 2006, according to the report by the National Conference of State Legislatures, being released Monday at the group's annual meeting in Boston.


More than half of the states have considered bills seeking to toughen or clarify laws related to driver's licenses or other identification. Nineteen have studied immigration laws that would affect the ability of immigrants to find jobs.


While the states have been taking action, Congress failed this summer to pass President Bush's immigration plan, which would have legalized as many as 12 million unlawful immigrants while fortifying the border.


Though immigration previously was largely a concern of border states, it has quickly become a national concern, and lawmakers in all 50 states are weighing legislation this year, according to Sheri Steisel, NCSL immigration policy director.


"Given the absence of federal consensus of national immigration reform, state legislators are stepping into the void and doing their best," Steisel said. "They can't wait. They have to deal with the reality of how immigrants impact their communities now."


However, their newly enacted policies don't always agree, she said.


While Arizona lawmakers passed a bill requiring employers to use a new federal database to avoid hiring illegal immigrants, lawmakers in Illinois passed a bill barring businesses from using the same database, saying it contained too many errors.


"We have states looking at same problem and coming up with different solutions," she said.


In any event, state lawmakers have little choice but to step into the immigration fray, said Leticia Van de Putte, a state senator from Texas and NCSL president.


"This is that one glaring issue that continues to tax our state budgets because of the lack of comprehensive immigration reform at the federal level," she said.


A top issue in her home state is human trafficking. One of the nation's main trafficking routes runs through San Antonio and Houston, and a new law set to take effect in September in Texas increases penalties and creates a more exact definition of human trafficking.


Immigrant rights advocates say that while some of the legislation is welcome, they fear some legislators will overreact.


"The downside is that so many states will pass so many different kinds of bills that we will find ourselves in the middle of an unworkable patchwork of laws, many of which will be found unconstitutional," said Rich Stolz, director of the Fair Immigration Reform Movement, based in Washington, D.C.


The result isn't always pretty when states step in on issues with national implications, said Julian Zelizer, professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University.


"You get a much more haphazard response. It's a much messier solution," he said.




Keep those laws coming!.... Because the Federal Government isn't going to do anything... :(


I'm 2500 miles Mexico... And my town is like Little Tijuana...





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US to clamp down on illegal migration


US to clamp down on illegal migration




President George W. Bush's administration announced a clampdown on illegal immigration on Frirday, six weeks after a more ambitious plan to tackle the problem collapsed in Congress.


The latest measures mainly involve tighter enforcement of existing laws – posing a challenge to the many US employers now reliant on migrant workers.


"The message we are conveying today is pretty simple: we are serious about immigration enforcement," said Michael Chertoff, the homeland security secretary.


Mr Bush made immigration reform a priority of his second term, backing bipartisan legislation that aimed to strengthen border security while offering a path to citizenship for the estimated 12m illegal immigrants already in the US.


But the bill collapsed in June amid fierce opposition from grassroots Republicans, who accused Mr Bush of offering an amnesty to those who entered the US illegally.


The measures announced on Friday reflected the pressure on Mr Bush to get tough on the highly charged issue of illegal immigration.


The White House acknowledged there was little chance of Congress passing immigration legislation in the foreseeable future. "Until Congress chooses to act, we're going to be taking some energetic steps of our own," said Mr Chertoff.


One rule proposed on Friday would mandate employers to sack workers unable to verify their legal status within 90 days. Employers who failed to comply would face possible criminal fines and sanctions. "We're going to continue to clamp down on employers who knowingly and wilfully violate the laws," said Mr Chertoff.


Carlos Gutierrez, the commerce secretary, promised to streamline existing visa rules to help industries, such as agriculture and hospitality, that rely on migrant labour. "We will use every available tool to provide America's farmers, ranchers and small businesses with a legal workforce, to stay in business and keep our economy strong," he said.


Edward Kennedy, the Democratic senator who helped craft the failed immigration bill, said the proposals were no substitute for comprehensive reform.


"Without strong new laws, the administration's plan will do little to enhance our security and will hurt millions of immigrant families who are contributing so much to our communities and our economy," he said.


Chuck Grassley, a Republican senator who opposed the bill, said the measures were not tough enough. "I won't be happy until I see action that's more than just a press conference and words on a piece of paper."


Copyright 2007 Financial Times




Just talk or action now?...





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Peru Illegal Immigrant Executes 3 Newark Residents


Murder suspect was out on bail




NEWARK, N.J. -- A suspect in the murder of three college students pleaded not guilty yesterday as prosecutors tried to explain why the illegal immigrant from Peru was granted bail earlier this year on assault and child rape charges.


Speaking through a Spanish interpreter, Jose Carranza said he understood the charges against him, which include the attempted murder of a fourth student and robbery. It was his first court Murder suspect was out on bail appearance since he surrendered Thursday.


A second suspect, a 15-year-old boy, pleaded not guilty to the same charges Thursday and remains in custody. Authorities said they were still looking for others involved in the execution-style shootings.


Carranza, 28, was indicted by grand juries in New Jersey twice this year: in April on aggravated assault and weapons charges; and in July on 31 counts which included aggravated sexual assault of a child under 13 years old and endangering the welfare of a child he had a duty to supervise.


He was released on $50,000 US bail on the assault case, which stemmed from a barroom fight, and $150,000 bail on the sexual assault indictment, which charged that the abuse began in 2003 when the girl was four years old and continued to this year.


The four victims, friends ages 18 to 20, were shot while visiting in a schoolyard not far from their homes Saturday night.




The Mainstream News Media won't tell you he is a career criminal illegal immigrant from Peru!!!


Another illegal immigrant from Mexico robbed and murdered his New Jersey neighbor a couple of months ago...


They are not 'just here to work hard'... Many Many criminals and deviants!!!





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