Thursday, June 13, 2013

Last-Ditch Defense of Our Electorate

From the second link:

"Seventy House Republicans are planning a politically risky showdown with Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to try to force additional debate on an immigration bill they say will mean amnesty for illegal immigrants and have dire consequences for the country.

The 70 members are petitioning for a special Republican conference meeting on the bill, a “highly unusual” move to go head-to-head with the speaker, according to Reps. Michele Bachmann (Minn.), Steve King (Iowa) and Louie Gohmert (Texas), who are serving as spokespersons for the group.

Bachmann, King and Gohmert told TheBlaze the group is invoking the Hastert Rule: requiring support from a majority of the majority to bring a bill forward.

The petition is expected to go to the House leadership on Friday, but it’s possible some signatories might remove their names due to political risk, or that Boehner could head off the challenge by striking a deal. Going against leadership in such a way could have harsh political consequences for the signatories, including retaliation such as permanently getting passed over for chairmanship positions......."

There are a few brave and honorable legislators left that will risk their careers to protect their nation.

For the life of me, I will never understand how intelligent conservatives (And there are a lot that have bought this line) have allowed themselves to be convinced that taking 11 million (Very possibly more) people who entered the nation illegally and handing them a "path to citizenship" will not doom our electorate.

I have heard the line parroted as if they had been subjected to months of re-education. "We have to secure our borders first.", "These people just want a better life.", "We can't send all of these people back.'

The respective answers:

-Not first, but along with deportation

- Yes, they want a better life, but if we use that argument, we will allow so many that many regions of  the US will be little to no different than they places that they left.

-Who says that we can't send them back?

The Democratic Party, which has more than largely been hijacked by the Left, is doing quite well in national elections. We have already brought over far more people from cultures vastly different that our own than the system can bear and still remain somewhat recognizable. Our kids are being turned into quasi or full-blown Progressives/Socialists by the primary and college school systems. We still have old die-hards from long established Italian-American and other older immigrant groups, many of who are second to fourth generation, that obstinately refuse to admit that the Democratic Party is immeasurably different than it once was. 

-and our answer to this is to create over ten million more Democratic voters.

This is coming from those that are considered mavericks in the Republican Party. 

I will  bet my bottom dollar that, even if the current immigration bill  (Or if a new one is crafted), is defended, voted on almost solely by Republicans, and is ultimately signed into Law, that Party will garner far less than 10% of the votes of the new citizens. As Hispanics have not fallen for the lie that we should have less kids, or put off having kids until we can give them everything, the ten million-plus will soon soar to a much higher total.

We are told that we just need to get Hispanics to understand that our values are closer to theirs than those of the Left. If only we can get that point across, we still get them to move away from Democratic candidates.

People vote for what is best for them in the short term, just makes them feel good, or puts off serious problems - be they economic or moral, for later generations, . We no longer look even ten years into the future. The pathetic myth of the "Catholic vote" should be sufficient in and of itself to illustrate that point. Many Catholics are barely fighting the destruction of the morals of their own kids.

From the first link:

Ann Coulter answers San Hannity - himself a very wishy-washy guy when it comes to this topic. 

“To the contrary, you are like a liberal making a silly argument! It’s a straw man argument! Nobody cares! This idea that it’s an emergency, it’s a crisis, it’s preposterous,” she shot back.

Coulter went on to say that the immigration bill would be a “disaster for the Republican party” and the entire country “will become California.”

“…We will never win another national election, thank you Marco Rubio,” she concluded."

She is quite right. There is no hurry. These individuals have been here for a while, yet we keep hearing that if something is not done right away, things will go awry or worse. Marco Rubio, in backing off even the terribly lame stance that we must first secure our borders, has lost all credibility. Assuming that he is a loyal American, the only explanation for his actions is that he wants the Presidency and figures that making new Hispanic voters will work in his favor. 

Again, the few that do vote for him will not even be enough to make an appreciable difference.

Ann Coulter, Michelle Bachmann, and a precious few others (Note that our women are acting far more manly than the guys), may well turn out to be the last defenders of our Republic. They will be our Catos, defiantly standing in Utica and refusing to surrender to the forces that will be dismantling that for which so many sacrifices have been made. 

Turning a half-score illegal aliens into citizens will be the death knell of the US as we know it.

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