Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Enforce the Law and They Will Go

Marching in American Streets waving Mexican Flags

Who can forget the theme of the 1989 movie, Field of Dreams? "If you build it, he will come." That's the ethereal message that inspires Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) to construct a baseball diamond in the middle of his cornfield, according to Hal Erickson, MTV All Movie Guide.

But even more surreal than an ethereal message in a movie is what happened for real in the streets of major American cities throughout this country about 3 years ago.

I remember it as if it were only yesterday, when hundreds of thousands of foreign invaders marched the streets of America aided by American co-conspirators, flying the flags of their foreign home countries and demanded that the American government capitulate to their demands. No science fiction movie script could have been any stranger!

And then on the anniversary of that dreamlike and bizarre demonstration, one year to the day, they did it again only partially seeing the error of their tactics they replaced their foreign flags with American flags. As if wrapping themselves in the American flag would hide the reality that they were hundreds of thousands of foreign invaders marching for the second time though the streets of America making demands that they had no constitutional rights to make.

What these Illegal Aliens and their America compatriots did do was focus the attention of millions of American citizens on the fact that their government, the American government, was no longer functioning and doing the fundamental thing that it was designed to do. What that is, is to protect them and the constitution from all enemies whether foreign or domestic.

It became quite apparent that the President and certain Congress men and women were no longer acting in conjunction with their sworn oath to protect and defend the constitution.

It was also clear to most Americans that these individuals were acting under some unknown foreign influences. Yet where the Federal government would not and could not do its job it was left up to the people as it should be. And the people through their state governments began to do the job that the American Federal government, the President and Congress, could not or would not do.

And because of the people’s efforts Illegal aliens are leaving Arizonain spite of an Illegal alien friendly Senator John McCain, why?

Because the citizens of Arizona are doing the job that the American Government won’t do!

The citizens of Arizona have chosen to be a state of laws even though they live in a Nation of lawlessness governed by a President and Congressional men and women who support lawlessness.

Senator John McCain is such a Senator that supports the lawlessness of Mexican and other nationals, who illegally crossed American borders, steal American’s identities and exploit the American economy for the benefit of their foreign Countries and foreign families.

Since the Federal Government refuses to protect and defend the American people the state of Arizona minus their Senator that is running for President of the United States of America is restoring law and order to their individual state.

Arizonians are succeeding over the nay Sayers who say, “You can’t deport 12 million people, how are you going to deport that many people.” Arizona has shown that if a state simply enforces its laws illegal aliens will chose to self deport. Boy what a concept!

One asks for identification, and then penalizes employers who employ illegals and then arrest and deport people who break the law and consequently Illegals chose to leave on their own volition. (Now we see why the Federal government wouldn’t enforce the laws)

What is also interesting is the economic down turn is also playing a major part in Illegals’ decision to leave. Some Illegals find our economic problems and the devaluing of the dollar problems that they don’t wish to deal with so they simply leave and go home.

Just think about that for a moment if America was to face some major economic disaster not everyone here has America’s interest at heart some can pick up their belongings and go back to the country of their origin while the rest of us sink or swim.

That is the ultimate danger in allowing people who are not 100% invested in this country to siphon off its economic largess and then when the well runs dry so to speak or the when the country goes bankrupted (God forbid) they can just say, “Oh well” and go home!
Other returning immigrants cite a slowdown in the U.S. economy as a factor, and the falling value of the U.S. dollar against other currencies, which has eaten into the value of remittances sent to support families at home.

Aluisio Carvalho, 66, left a wife and four children behind in Brazil in 2001 when he set off to find work in Boston. Since then, he has managed to pay for the education of his children by working in a restaurant, but is now planning to leave himself in February
"Salaries are really low, and living costs are high. We also face too much exploitation at work here, too many demands," he said.
--Tim Gaynor, Reuters

Yet protecting American jobs and the American economy is not a new concept it was done successfully by an America President who was beholden to no other interests but the Constitution and the American people

President Dwight D. Eisenhower solved the problem of illegal aliens and virtually stopped illegal immigration into the United States and the results of these efforts were felt for over 10 years in this country.
President Eisenhower cut off this illegal traffic. He did it quickly and decisively with only 1,075 United States Border Patrol agents - less than one-tenth of today's force. The operation is still highly praised among veterans of the Border Patrol.

How did President Eisenhower virtually stop the flow of illegal immigration into this country?

President Eisenhower hired the right people, he resisted powerful political and corporate interests, and he enforced the law.
America can once again become a field of dreams but only if America once again becomes a Nation of laws. A Nation that honors its people first and above powerful political and corporate interests, a Nation of the people for the people and by the people is how it goes I do believe.

We ought to get back to that instead of catering to the special interests and corporate lobbies that have risen up like devouring beasts to consume the American dream like great hordes of American desert Locusts.

The first step back is to enforce the law. Thanks Arizona for showing the way!


  1. Anonymous9:32 AM

    Send Them a Decent Economist and They will Go

    Believe it or not, for those of you who do not lsten to Glenn Beck, the Mexican Job Market Trends indicate that Mexico is getting their Econoomy in gear. Wages have never been higher, and the illegal alien problem is subsiding. It is expected that Mexico will have the illegal alien problem in the near future.

    Some Economist down there is doing his job.

  2. Anon,
    It's all apart of www.spp.gov those jobs are in part outsourced American jobs sent there for cheaper labor and the service industry that spring up to support them.

    I'm not knocking Mexico's acheivement but I am mindful of an article in bloomberg last week that reported that America is look more like a third world nation.

    So its more a result of the American tide lowering rather than Mexico's tide rising.

    Or a combination of the two.

  3. New Jersey is beginning to talk about enforcing the laws on the books.

    Just proposed, is a suspension of permission to do business in NJ, for any company that knowingly hires illegals. That could amount to a simple 10-day suspension, or a total revocation of privilege.

    Now if the liberal legislature would only follow through!

  4. The people are going to have to demand it brook. That's the only way.