Please see the information below but keep in the back of your minds
one important fact - that is not being discussed………which is………
There are already battles on both sides of the isle taking place on the
proposed legislation below - one side demanding more and other side
not wiling to concede (not yet) free willy
Meaning….. although we hear talk of the great compromise that the two major
parties would like for us to believe…… it is just not the case - not yet anyway.
It comes down to flown blown amnesty with Family Unification or an approach
that makes an attempt to patronize the lawlessness - of course the third option here
of enforcing our laws and securing the border - is what is NOT being discussed.
We are still in this battle - we must be heard - and we must stay alert and determined
Clear, Simple and Wrong Answers to the “Demographic Changes”
FOR THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 26, 2012
Senators in GOP propose migrant reform
Moving to try to steal the immigration spotlight from Democrats, top Senate Republicans on Tuesday introduced their own version of the Dream Act to grant young illegal immigrants legal rights — though it wouldn’t give them a special path to citizenship.
Sens. Jon Kyl, John McCain and Kay Bailey Hutchison, all senior Republicans, introduced the bill as a way to restart the immigration debate and to carve out a middle ground between sending illegal immigrants home or granting them green cards, which is the intermediate step to citizenship.
“We have got to get this ball rolling,” Mr. Kyl said. “We have to have a discussion that is sensible, that is calm.”
Their bill would give young illegal immigrants a chance at legal status as long as they are earning a college degree, serving in the military or, having completed those steps, are holding down a job.
But reaction from those on both sides was swift and negative.
Immigrant rights advocates said the senators’ legislation, without a pathway to citizenship, would create a group of second-class Americans. Those who favor a crackdown on illegal immigration said any legal status would reward lawbreaking and that it is essentially an amnesty.