Sen. Jerry Lewis: Just one quick question

The amnesty apologists at the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) recently gave space to their latest heartthrob, Jerry Lewis.  Readers get the thrust via the identifying tag following his commentary.  The fact that he is Mesa senator is incidental.  The tell-all core is “He defeated Senate President Russell Pearce in a recall election last fall.”

Lewis, who mysteriously omits facts such as these, spews the same rehashed platitudes regarding dealing “humanely” with the millions of illegal aliens who have invaded our country in violation of our national sovereignty. In his clichéd listing of reasons not to deport criminally charged illegals — taken directly from the Linda Valdez and Luis Gutierrez playbook — he rattles off a favorite of the pro-amnesty crowd: “We should also ensure that our policies do not separate families — especially working fathers from their wives and children.”

Surely with his background as a Bishop and Stake President in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints which places heavy emphasis on Hispanic recruitment, Jerry Lewis is well aware of the fact that many of the illegals have already done just that without any governmental nudge. They crossed the border ostensibly in search of employment. After sending a few checks back to Maria and the niños, a new honey ends up displacing the original family.  Soon they have easily interchangeable wives and families.  It’s not much of a leap to figure out which one is more easily forgotten.

It isn’t just supporters of border enforcement who want Jose to go home.  It’s also his waiting wife and kids in Mexico or Guatemala. Which family are you more concerned with, Jerry?

13 Responses to Sen. Jerry Lewis: Just one quick question

  1. Kimball says:

    Jerry Lewis doesn’t give a rat’s patooty about keeping families together. His agenda is twofold. First and foremost is the destruction of Russell Pearce, who as the architect of SB1070 is a Mormon who has strayed off message. Amnesty Kool Aid is the church’s essential drink, since Hispanic proselytizing is key to expanding church membership. They are not alone. Catholics are doing the same thing under the guise of “humanity.” Where is the humanity for America?

    As a born and bred member of the LDS Church I know my topic well.
    We also have very close friends who are equally frustrated Catholics. Both churches are alienating members in favor of recruitment.

    • CD9 says:

      Exactly, I am just as ashamed on my Church the Catholic’s as I am of the Mormon Church. I understand humanity, but please it starts at home first. Maybe membership would improve in the Catholic Church and the Ladder Day Saints would render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s. I guess we American’s do not count as God’s children?

    • diogidog says:

      Mormons AND Catholics who profess to be Conservative because of PRO LIFE ISSUES have a lot of back stroking to do on other aspects of their faith. Sex, lies and greed permeate both groups’ leadership and origins.

      How can anybody really trust what is said by a “devout” member of either group?

      Birds of a feather …

  2. Braveheart says:

    Proselytizing is a cornerstone of the Mormon faith. And Hispanic recruitment is essential. For a time my sister and her family converted to the Mormon faith. It consumed their lives to the point where the rest of the family rarely saw them. Then as their sons were nearing time for their mission service, it was made clear they must learn Spanish. They had no voice in where they would be sent. It’s a numbers game. They finally saw the light after my brother-in-law became more assertive. He was adamant that he did not want his sons going to Mexico any other Latin American country. That was when he found out that God (church advisors) would decide where they served. The rest of the story is that they each graduated ASU. They both traveled throughout Western Europe for a summer, each is happily married, have good professions and are no longer Mormons. Had they stayed in the church, none of their relatives could have attended their weddings. What an interesting way of separating people from their families.

  3. East Valley Conservative says:

    Jerry neither knows nor cares about “Maria.” He’s a sanctimonious and hypocritical phony.

  4. Seen It All says:

    For an idea of Jerry Lewis’ pomposity,
    go to
    Look at a few of the senaotr’s photos. Then look at Jerry Lewis’. What a self absorbed ass!

  5. Angie says:

    Bravo on the million dollar question! These people, men and women both come here and separate from their families. I have personally known many (of both sexes) who soon replace what they left behind. One of the incentives for starting new families is that they immediately receive social benefits for that child/children born in this country, while they still send money to their abandoned families. It is the American taxpayer who pays for separation of families by those who come here illegally and leave their families behind. Then they cry when they are deported “It’s cruel to separate families!” Such hypocrecy is validated by the liberal thugs. No need to separate them. Take them with you. And if your children don’t like it. Blame it on the parents lawlessness.
    Illegal is a crime we should not have to support financially and legally.

  6. Sally Forth says:

    Don’t expect open borders extremists to answer the question of “which family?” That doesn’t play into their theme of concern about being humane toward criminals.

  7. Vince says:

    This is all part of a grander scheme of rewarding lawlessness. There is a method to the liberal madness. I don’t believe the faith based groups are party to that, but the result is the same.

  8. American Dad says:

    Making excuses for lawbreaking undermines the very basis of our society. Why not just open the bank vaults? I’ll bet Jerry Lewis and his wife lock their doors. I’d like to ask him why? If the answer includes the concept of protecting that which is his, that he earned and bought, then he is exposed as not being “humane.”

  9. Sgt. Preston says:

    Maybe Jerry Lewis taught this idea of “what’s mine is mine and what’s yours is mine” to his own children and those under his guidance? It appears to be his chosen rule to live by. How can a nation exist without defendable borders? Does he advocate we give up our nation and way of life for his convoluted concept of “humanity?”

    Watch this and put this foolish idea into perspective:

  10. Seeing Red AZ says:

    Dave Francis:
    Your “comment” was a compilation of cut and pastes from other sources and over 1500 words long. Consequently it will not be posted. This is a place for actual comments and dialogue. You are welcome to try again, keeping those parameters in mind.

  11. MacBeth says:

    I’ve checked back several times today to see if your excellent question was answered. Not much of a surprise to find it wasn’t. This is all liberal smoke and mirrors. They’re hoping we’re too busy to pay attention. We’re not!!!.