Weekend reading guaranteed to make you smarter

Amnesty: Two views — one with a hidden socialist agenda, the other standing on our founding principles

In this column Plenty of Republican reasons to pass immigration reform, left-of-center Arizona República columnist Laurie Roberts does her best propaganda spin for the “Open Borders” lobby — with a big-time assist from the libertarian Goldwater Institute’s Clint Bolick who has partnered with Jeb Bush in unequivocally pushing for amnesty.

After reading her blather, read this fact-filled commentary in the Arizona Daily Independent: Flake, McCain insult immigrants pretending to know what they want, by conservative Jose Borrajero — a naturalized citizen who fled the communist regime of Castro’s Cuba at age 16. This past January, award winning Borrajero was overwhelmingly elected to the position of 2nd Vice Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee. His view shines the light of truth, demonstrating the false premise of the establishment drivel.

There are two must-see videos in this post showing Jeb Bush and Clint Bolick doing their in-tandem and insulting open borders tango.


2 Responses to Weekend reading guaranteed to make you smarter

  1. Fed Up says:

    Bolick is a real piece of work! As Jeb Bush promoted his “six-point plan to reform the immigration system,” in the video a groveling Bolick chimes in with “you cannot secure the border until you have a legal immigration system that works,“ likening it to “a doctor saying we’re not going to treat the cancer until the symptoms go away.” I would liken it to John McCain and Jeff the Flake’s amnesty double talk that was initially the brainchild of Ted Kennedy, Jon Kyl and John McCain. Now it’s the Eight “bipartisan” gangsters led by Arizona’s two despicable senators trying to screw American citizens over while giving away our United States to the invading hordes of illegal aliens. These slime balls should be recalled.

  2. eubykdisop says:

    This is politics so it is appropriate to be cynical. We know why Democrats and the Liberal left want “comprehensive immigration reform” but why are some Republicans backing it? It certainly isn’t in response to the wishes of Republican voters and constituents. So who is pulling the Republican’s strings and why?

    “As Congress readies for a drawn-out immigration debate, an expanding network of Republican fundraisers is pressing for a path to legal status for millions of immigrants living in the United States illegally.”

    “Business leaders and donors who raised tens of millions in the last election are meeting with top GOP fundraisers and Republican lawmakers who may be reluctant to support what critics call “amnesty” for immigrants who broke the law.”

    “In most cases, the donors have ties to Wall Street and businesses that want more high- and low-skilled immigrants in the nation’s legal labor pool.” In other words, they want cheaper labor so that they can make more net profit!

    So what have some of these cheap labor headhunters been doing for Republicans?

    “Reps. Eric Cantor (R-VA), Paul Ryan (R-WI), and Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) have all visited and met with Silicon Valley gurus at Facebook, Google, and others. And this year, Facebook has made campaign donations to GOP leaders like Cantor, Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). Indeed, Mark Zuckerberg’s Fwd.us pro-immigration advocacy group has even cut ads backing Sens. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC).”

    “But the computer world’s cash and backing may be threatened if House Republicans stand strong against the Senate bill’s comprehensive immigration package. The Senate immigration bill includes almost everything the tech industry wanted, such as more green cards for high-skilled tech workers and a substantial increase in the number of annual H-1B visas allowed for foreign engineers.”

    “House Republicans looking to continue collecting campaign donations from high tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Microsoft will come under increasing pressure to pass the immigration bill that Silicon Valley has pumped millions into promoting.”