Friday, January 24, 2014

What Washington's Immigration Reform Insidiously Won't "Bring Out Of The Shadows"

What Washington's Immigration Reform Insidiously Won't "Bring Out Of The Shadows"

How silly.  Blame the Tea-Party for immigration reform not passing but don't talk about your bill that does not contain one sentence about addressing the reasons the undocumented come here. 

Tell us Mr. Schumer why does your S. 744: Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act AKA Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) fail to analyze the reasons for illegal immigration?

Readers before you kill me the messenger with your "what a stupid question" responses read through Schumer's and McCain's "war and peace" long bill and see if what I say is not true.  You might want to pay special attention to Section 6 CIR Funds ($46.3 billion dollars) and Sections 1104(a) McCain's 200 million in Arizona pork and 1104 (b) 200 million in FEMA pork.

An analogy about Mexico's undocumented :  Washington wants billions of US tax dollars to stop "Mexican fires" YET they do not address why the "Mexican fires" start in the first place.  Could it be that they make so much money off of fighting or pretending to stop the "Mexican fires" that they really do not want to stop the "Mexican fires" to begin with?  By the way, could it be that those "Mexican fires" are so profitable as a source of US cheap labor and immigration reform fuel that the Washington actually helps fan those "Mexican fires"?

I will do something they don't do:  I will cut to the chase.

Back to Mexico where at least 50% our undocumented hail from.  Washington's own NAFTA not only exacerbates Mexican poverty but it exacerbates Mexican illegal immigration too.

I say the bi-national elite who run Washington and the Mexican government perpetuate Mexican poverty and illegal immigration because they benefit from the remittances sent back home and cheap US undocumented labor/immigration reform too. 

In addition do you know that the bi-national US/Mexican, NAFTA elite share some 1.25 billion dollars a day in cross border trade?  Don't gloss over the fact that Mexico is also our second largest source of oil. 

One would think all of that trade profit might trickle down to the common people in Mexico so that they would not have to come here to work.  By the way, how many US jobs were outsourced to the new Mexican middle-class because of Clinton's NAFTA?

Sit down, grab a cup of coffee or a stiff drink and read VP Biden's  9/20/2013 speech made in Mexico to his Mexican economic elite counterparts:

You have to let this sink in in order to understand the significance of Mexican illegal immigration to the US.  All Biden raves about is our bright economic future with Mexico and bringing the US undocumented "out of the shadows". 

The put the icing on the cake, read this 2013 article describing how Mexican President Felipe Calderon escaped the same US backed Mexican Drug War that he started and was given awards and a fellowship at Harvard:

These are the insidious topics these profiteering Washington immigration reform politicians need to "bring out of the shadows".


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