If you think the illegal aliens problem in this country is bad; if you think the outrageous amounts of our legal citizens’ tax paid dollars is unfair to legal citizens; and if you think that all the other free benefits such as welfare, housing, clothing, food, education even into the post high school years and preferences in employment are too burdensome now, as the saying goes, “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet.”
In the Vision to America (VTA) July 27, 2012 online Newsletter an article titled “Obama Plans Massive 2nd Term Amnesty for Illegals”. A follow-up sub-heading read, “Program would immediately register new Americans to vote.” How does that grab you?
I would simply ask you what you are thinking. Not waiting for your reply, I can guess that the great majority of you would say, “Holy somethingorother” and then start planning to move to an island in the South Pacific.
Before you start packing your duffel bag, let me state that Obama himself did not make that horrifying statement or statements on the illegal aliens in this country and the millions more soon to be crossing a U. S. border near you; according to the Vision to America, “The schemes and many more are documented in the soon-to-be-released book “Fool Me Twice: Obama’s Shocking Plans for the Next Four Years Exposed.”
The book, by New York Times bestselling authors Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott, uncovers the template for Obama’s next four years - the actual, extensive plans created by Obama’s own top advisers and progressive strategists.” The article continues, “The second-term amnesty plans come in the form of interagency directives, legislative attempts and a series of Executive Orders similar to Obama’s June 2012 Order to stop deporting young illegal immigrants who entered the United States as children if they meet certain requirements.”
One section in their book, “Fool Me Twice,” is dedicated to liberal-progressive organizations such as the Center for American Progress who helped with the language of the reform bill introduced December 15, 2009 in Congress by two Hispanics, Reps. Solomon Ortiz, D-Texas, and Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., with 91 original co-sponsors, was called the “Comprehensive Immigration Reform for America’s Security and Prosperity Act of 2009.” As of this writing in late July 2012, the 645-page bill has yet to pass.
Klein and Elliott state in their book that progressive organizations helped to craft Obama’s initial immigration reform policies and formed the basis for policies and recommendations for amnesty during his second term. The book shows plans for new limitations placed on the apprehension of illegal aliens and new members of a new “vulnerable population” including those who provide full and direct support to their minor children, parents and other dependents - or most illegal aliens already in the U. S.
Specific amnesty plans documented in “Fool Me Twice” include a call for new restrictions placed on apprehending illegal aliens who are members of a newly defined “vulnerable population.”
The “vulnerable population” definition includes “individuals who provide financial, physical and other direct support to their minor children, parents or other dependents”-in other words, most illegal aliens inside the U.S.
The “Fool Me Twice” book outlines some “unlikely to draw much support” details such as some others grouped into the “vulnerable population” category and those are “individuals who have been determined by a medically trained professional to have medical or mental health needs.” The specifics of the mental or health needs are not defined which could hinder support for the measure.
The immigration reform bill written and introduced by two Hispanic U. S. Representatives, Ortiz and Gutierrez as stated above, have placed an inordinate amount of other restrictions in the bill on venues or sites where suspected illegal aliens may not be apprehended in the “premises or in the immediate vicinity of 20 sites: childcare provider; school; legal-service provider; federal court or state court proceeding; funeral home; cemetery; college, university; community services agency; social service agency; hospital; emergency care center; health care clinic; place of worship; day care center; head start center; school bus stop; recreation center; mental health facility; and a community center; also pregnant or disabled illegals.”
After that list you wonder: “Who’s left?” There are other provisions in the amnesty plan for unrestricted visas, and green cards for more immigrants to enter the U.S. legally which would seem to be just more icing on the cake; so why bother? Obama the dictator will be in full course mode if reelected; OTOH, America will be in the toilet.
Gerald A. “Jerry” McConnell, 92, of Hampton, died Sunday, February 19, 2017, at the Merrimack Valley Hospice House in Haverhill, Mass., surrounded by his loved ones. He was born May 27, 1924 in Altoona, Pa., the fifth son of the late John E. and Grace (Fletcher) McConnell.
Jerry served ten years with the US Marine Corps and participated in the landing against Japanese Army on Guadalcanal and another ten years with the US Air Force. After moving to Hampton in 1957 he started his community activities serving in many capacities.
He shared 72 years of marriage with his wife Betty P. (Hamilton) McConnell. In addition to his wife, family members include nieces and nephews.
McConnell’s e-book about Guadalcanal, “Our Survival was Open to the Gravest Doubts”
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