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Sunday, June 11, 2006
The President's stance on immigration is a big disappointment. It does nothing to address the issue of illegal immigration; it amounts to nothing more than another failed amnesty program.
The same goes for the immigration bill that the Senate just passed. It is amnesty by another name.
Full disclosure: I'm an "Open Border" advocate. I don't think there should be any immigration quotas. Everyone's invited, except criminals. The only requirement is that they pay a fee of $500 per year until they become citizens. That money would be held in a Roth style IRA until the person became a citizen. If the immigrant never became a citizen, the money would be released to them when they reached Social Security Full Retirement Age.
However, since my vision would never pass Congress, I'll live with what we have. that means that we need to enforce our current immigration laws. Since the President is a wuss on this subject, let's send a message to congress. The best way to do this is the following:
I've already sent mine to Senators Schumer and Clinton. Love to see their face when they get it!