Thursday, July 3, 2014

Laura Ingraham's "Draconian" Measures for Border Crisis

By Isabel Matos

Laura Ingraham has been a consistent champion against amnesty and any politician who is for it, saying repeatedly this is not a party issue but an American one. She was on Bill O'Reilly last night and owned him for 15 minutes, hitting hard on 1) deportation (saying federal, state and local worked together like they used to). Deport illegal aliens not by the dozens or hundreds but by the thousands, keeping entire families together. 2) stopping visas and foreign aid to countries who do NOT repatriate their citizens for coming from their country to this one illegally, like Guatemala, [El] Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, some of the South American countries 3) terminating birthright citizenship (which is not required by the Constitution and does not require a constitutional amendment), 4) having severe civil penalties against employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants undercutting American workers and legal immigrants working for a decent wage, and criminal penalties for successive violations. 5) building a wall or fence in places along the border that is practical and enforcing the border with the national guards, and filing lawsuits against states that do not enforce the border.Taking magnets away such as welfare for households, food stamps, disability, bank accounts and housing should not be allowed. O'Reilly argued that mass deportations would make the Republican Party obsolete. It would ensure Hillary Clinton's election in 2016.  He said that was Rove's argument and called these measures draconian. He also said 67%  of Americans want some kind of pathway. Ingraham pointed out the GOPe is buying the left's argument and that Karl Rove has made electoral mistakes in the last few elections. O'Reilly insisted it could be done without destroying the party. Laura replied: The Republican Party has done a good job of destroying itself.
H/T ProudAmerican for story lead

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Where is the RNC/GOP When You Need Them? At The Trough!

by Wayne Mazza
 
When young David answered the call of God, went forth to battle the mighty Goliath, he was not timid in his effort. King Saul gave him his armor and chainmail to use, but David said it was not tested, but the word of God was. David was mocked by his brothers and even King Saul at first. After all, David was not a man of war and was around 15 or 16 years of age. The mighty Goliath was a man of war all his life and stood close to 12 feet tall, the tip of his spear alone weighed approximately 18 pounds. To put that in perspective, go to a hardware store and pick up a 16 pound mall.

Young David ran, not walked, but ran to Goliath, slayed him with the stone and used Goliath's sword to remove his head. HE WAS NOT TIMID, HE DID NOT WAVER, HE WAS NOT DOUBLE MINDED!!! He took a Stand on Gods Word!

Enter 2012:

Our modern day David is Gov. Palin and her Goliath is the RNC/GOPE/DNC and she is not timid.
This monstrosity of RNC establishment has done their best to threaten her accomplishments with lies, rewrite her history, teamed up with the DNC to make her look stupid and incompetent. They have demonized her with words such as polarizing, toxic, embarrassment, and a mistake. Hmmm, sound familiar?

Well here is a little newsflash for the good ole boys, she is rebuilding this nation brick by brick under intense fire from this bunch of crony capitalists and every candidate she endorses that wins over the establishments wishes is a win for America. Do you see any of these good ole boys endorsing Constitutional Conservatives? Absolutely NOT.
Where were the Romney's, Santorum's, Paul's, Roves, Morris's, and Coulters when Gov. Walker was under intense heat from the Unions, Democrats, and hired thugs on Tax day in Wisconsin. Gov. Palin in all her splendor was speaking to the Tea Party Tax day Crowd with over 6000 paid thugs on the outer fringes spewing hate, vulgarities, and downright rudeness. But there she was, taking it to them on a cold, snowy, and rainy day in Wisconsin. She was NOT TIMID, DID NOT WAVER, AND WAS NOT DOUBLE MINDED!!! She took a stand when the rest of the GOP/RNC cowards stayed home.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mg0Co0pMUnk&feature=youtu.be

Where was this gang of RNC/GOPe weak knee'd rabble when Gov. Palin brought to light the DEATH PANELS in Obamacare? They exist in this law and are the first step to euthanasia for our seniors and disabled. But there she was, shining a light so bright on this subject, they could not ignore it. She was NOT TIMID, DID NOT WAVER, AND WAS NOT DOUBLE MINDED! She took a stand!!

Where was this gang of RNC/GOPe liver lillies when Gov. Palin talked about the quantitive easing that would hurt our economy? No where to be found, that's where. But again, Gov. Palin was NOT TIMID, DID NOT WAVER, AND WAS NOT DOUBLE MINDED. Once again she stood tall, she took a stand!

Where was this gang of RNC/GOPe self interests when Gov. Palin talked about crony capitalism? One guess! You Betcha, at the TROUGH!! These permanent political class politicians have fattened themselves off the hard work of every American with a job using crony capitalism to the best of their advantage! No wonder, like Goliath hated David, these yahoos despise Gov. Palin. But Gov. Palin has NOT BEEN TIMED, HAS NOT WAVERED, AND IS NOT DOUBLE MINDED. Gov. Palin did not allow lobbyists in her office. She took a stand!

Where have these Permanent Political Class dunces been for the last 40 years regarding Energy Independence. They have been truant. But Gov. Palin challenged big oil, challenged the permanent political class, challenged her party to force EXXON to drill on lands they leased FROM THE PEOPLE OF ALASKA! Gov. Palin was NOT TIMID, DID NOT WAVER, AND IS NOT DOUBLE MINDED. She took a stand.

Gov. Palin is a fighter and she continues to fights for WE THE PEOPLE.


Sarah Palin is the Answer!

 
Reflecting on Indianola, Iowa September 3, 2013
By Rob Hart

What moves a person or a group of people to descend upon a balloon field in the middle of Iowa with excitement and renewed spirits for a faltering country spiraling in economic woes? Apparently Sarah Palin is one answer to the riddle of thousands of concerned citizens coming to hear her words of wisdom. I, for one, wanted this to be the day Sarah w...ould wow the world with grit and grace announcing a run for the presidency in 2012.

I had received a deep spiritual call to go to Iowa only two weeks prior to September 3, 2011. My soul was alive in a way I knew quite regularly as the Spirit speaking. Interestingly, I was preparing for Fall semester at United Theological Seminary and this would be a last big blast of fun and excitement before hitting the books again. Adventure is in my blood and one of many qualities that tie Sarah together with restoration supporters of freedom for our country.

So there I am early as always parking my little blue car in the grass across the street from the stage. Several of us lined up straight across from the entrance into the balloon field. The signal finally came and away we all went, in an orderly fashion, into the event fanning out as if we knew what we were doing and where we were going. I headed straight for the stage to find a good seat.

It rained and it rained for two hours. As I stayed tucked up under my umbrella, I wondered what was going to be the decision whether to continue the event. There was a band that played during one of the sunny moments and then clouds came and we sat some more in the rain. All the while, we were content to sit and wait it out. I believe we all witnessed what Sarah supporter grass roots is all about and a foreboding to the coming years. We are a hearty bunch that are willing to stick it out for the long term and the big picture of bringing the United States back to be united. We stuck it out together in that field waiting on the precise moment for God to clear the sky, the sun to shine, and Sarah Palin to come on stage. That is exactly the way I remembered it. Just a minute or two before she came on, heaven smiled upon the balloon field in Indianola, Iowa.

I do not believe in coincidence. What we experience are God moments. Those that have become reformed and transformed sufficiently spiritually are able to accept the deeper movements of the Spirit. Sarah Palin exudes the Spirit and it is precisely why she is a divining rod. We must remember that it is GAME ON! 24/7

Rob Hart


 
 



 

Monday, July 22, 2013

Dear Governor Palin, Please Help Us Stop Amnesty By Calling Us To Action!



Dear Sarah,

I have never asked you for anything, but I am asking you to please lead the charge in helping us stop the Amnesty Bill from passing in the House.

RUBIO is R.I.P. for me, so is McCain and the rest of the Gang of 8. Their careers mean nothing. Our country does. We're stuck cleaning the damage they did by passing Amnesty in the Senate. As if that was not enough, they have the gall  to continue working against us by targeting House Republicans to pass it there (see link below).  They are disrespecting Americans and disregarding the Rule of Law.
This AMNESTY bill is beatable, but ACTIVISM is needed.  We can target our representatives the way big business and the Gang of 8 have targeted them.

Focus is the key to success. I'm here to focus, not squander time. Based on all that I have read so far, if Amnesty passes, it will create a permanent progressive majority, and add an estimated 30 million new Democratic voters after all is said and done. I am stunned by those numbers, and the fact that not one election has garnered the Hispanic vote for Republicans, so why do Republicans vote for it?
I believe our Representatives need to hear and know the facts.  I've quoted these stats several times - from a Pew Research Poll Mark Levin read on his show: http://wwwthefollowup.blogspot

Numbers don't lie. The message is short, quick to read and easy to pass along to our Representatives who seem to be clueless and poorly informed on the matter. Pompous and pretentious Eric Cantor is on a "Become America" tour to educate us on Immigration Reform. I believe we need to remind Cantor, Boehner, and Ryan that their job is to protect us, not to jeopardize our national security by pushing an agenda that legalizes illegals. Terrorists do a good job of gaming the system every time politicians weaken the laws.  Making laws about feelings is not the purpose of making laws!
 
So, I ask: Where is the urgency to stop this bill???

Sarah, the last time you called on us to contact our Senators we did. It made a huge difference!  Here we have a supposed majority in the house. We could win, but we have no leadership in the House. (Both mean well, but Michele Bachmann is too ineffective and Steve King only has 12,000 likes on his page.) We need someone who gets results by calling us, the troops, to action. It is my belief that it is better to be not to wait until the bill is passed to have twenty-twenty hind sight and complain about what happened after the fact.  Like I said at the beginning. I couldn't care less about anyone's career. I care about the country.

We can continue to push for Hillary, the White House and the Pentagon to be convicted over Benghazi (we need aggressive investigations), and we can continue to support Ted Cruz and others in defunding ObamaCare, but this particular issue can be stopped. Now. It is within our power to:
 
 Seize the Opportunity. Act. And Make a Difference.

Darling Trey Gowdy has betrayed this country by pushing for a "humanitarian pathway to citizenship", from I understand, to grease and line his fancy former-prosecuting pockets. I do believe that if enough pressure is applied, though, we can teach our Representatives the evils of this bill. We can make them see (with proof) that it is a communist-conceived agenda, and that all they are doing is helping to make that communist dream come true. I love the word communist.

Luis Gutierrez, former Marxist-Leninist of the Socialist Party in Puerto Rico, was enlisted by John Boehner to co-write the bill.  Paul Ryan is in charge of making sure Republicans vote for it.  Ryan makes no sense trying to justify the bill or his own actions. He wouldn't even go on Mark Levin's show after meeting with Gutierrez, even though the communist agitator and amnesty activist (I refuse to call Gutierrez a far left liberal) proudly displays photos of Ryan visiting Chicago on his wall. If Ryan wouldn't talk to Mark Levin, why would we expect him or anyone else in DC to listen to our concerns? (Ryan eventually went on the show, but it shows the alienation and distance they have with their base).

I have tried to call attention to the matter on Twitter, Facebook, and my own wall, and there is interest, but the Zimmerman trial and the non-issue of race relations dominates the news. It is disappointing that our own network is intentionally not covering Immigration Reform. This results in Amnesty being inexistent, and I find the complacency unsettling! Let's not wait until its too late.

Congress is in Recess August 2nd. That's our chance. South Carolina, Virginia, Ohio are in particular states that can help overturn this bill, according to Steve King. Maybe we can stop some representatives on the target list from being tempted to sell us out. Maybe we can do Town Halls.

Definitely we need to contact our Representatives not just via email, or voicemail, or even once! WE just need to show up and make some noise locally, often and like lobbyists who nag their own (nicely of course). But we can't sit around and do nothing.

AMNESTY is not about our leaders, their corruption or even jobs, it's about National Security and the preservation of a two-party system. Let's not feel sorry for anyone. Let's put this on top of our
agenda and do something about it today!

Thank you, Sarah.  If you made this call to get us moving I would be grateful..

I am, faithfully yours,

Isabel

P.S.  I love this picture of you. It shows you don't let anyone invade your space. I would trust you not to lead by not letting anyone invade (or reward anyone for crossing) our borders illegally, and I'm a proud Hispanic.
fists up Sarah
Links Referenced:
Gang of Eight Targets House Republicans http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/16/gang-of-eight-house-republicans_n_3607357.html?utm_hp_ref=tw
Big Business Targets House Republicans http://www.conservativehq.com/article/14207-amnesty-loving-big-business-targeting-house-republicans
The Communist Party USA Infiltrates the GOP via Amnesty http://thespeechatimeforchoosing.wordpress.com/2013/07/09/the-communist-party-usa-has-infiltrated-the-gop-i-knew-it/
Steve King  https://www.facebook.com/SteveKingIA (updated)

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Arguing With An Idiot: Mark and Heather Dismantle Jeb Bush's Talking Points!

Mark Levin was Ed Meese's Chief of Staff in Reagan's administration. Recently he offered having a debate on Immigration Reform with Heather Mac Donald and Ed Meese as debaters. Heather Lynn Mac Donald, of the Manhattan Institute, essayist and expert on Immigration Reform and Law, to discuss what Jeb Bush said at the Faith and Freedom Coalition on June 22nd. She was on Mark's show following that appearance. She and Mark dismantle each one of Jeb's arguments in favor of Immigration Reform. 

(1)
Jeb Bush says.. 

"The only way that we can rebuild the demographic pyramid is to fix a broken immigration system to allow for people to come, to learn English, to play by our rules, to embrace our values, and to pursue their dreams in our country with a vengeance to create more opportunities for all of us. This is a conservative idea.  And if we do this, we will rebuild our country in a way that will allow us to grow. If we don't do it, we will be in decline because the productivity of this country is dependent upon young people that are equipped to work hard."
Heather Mac Donald rebuts..

I particularly love the "playing by our rules". They come here by not playing by our rules The most amazing thing about this amnesty bill will allow people with criminal records and with a number of arrests and misdemeanor convictions to get amnesty, people Karl Rove refers to of strong, proven moral character. So we have an utter attack on the Rule of Law. What no one is talking about is that we already have already discredited enforcement.  Every immigration hearing at this point has protestors in the back with signs saying no more deportation. Even if we give them this amnesty, the next day, a border agent or someone from ICE who ensures this country, finds someone here illegally, deportation is not going to happen.

That other comment is absurd. Nothing in this bill requires the actual acquisition of English. It's merely an intent to lure the crowd. What we're already seeing absent in the group of another 30 million immigrants in the future of this bill, is an utter failure of people to adopt our common language. Take Marco Rubio, for example, who went behind American's backs in the Spanish Language Media, saying one thing in Spanish to the Spanish-speaking audience, that legalization comes first, before enforcement, the opposite message of what he had been saying to the English-speaking audiences. I find it a shocking betrayal and a sign of why we should worry about the fact that people are not learning English.

She ends the segment by commending Senator Sessions who did an extraordinary job at offering amendment after amendment, and Senator Grassley to an extent, but that the bottom line for border security measurable success to secure the border, not just plans. "It has been shown to be a complete fraud." 

(2)
Jeb Bush says.. 

"Immigrants created far more businesses than native-born Americans over the last twenty years.  Immigrants are more fertile and they love families and they have more tight families, and they bring in a younger population."
Heather Mac Donald rebuts...

That is a lie! There is no difference at all in the business creation rates between immigrants and native Americans. What Bush and everybody else does constantly is conflate high-skilled and low-skilled immigrants, and among the low-skilled Hispanic immigrants, they ignore cultural differences.

I'm reluctant to bring it on air, but it is true. There is a culture confrontation among South American immigrants, and those from Mexico and Central America.

I spoke to a lot of Hispanic Entrepreneurs for an article I wrote recently about California, and I wanted to give the best possible picture of Californian Hispanic Entrepreneurs, and I went to a Democratic Latino pollster and said give me the best people I can talk to give the positive side of the story, and I did. They were all Columbians, Ecuadorians, Cubans and Spaniards who had come. One woman from Ecuador who runs a publishing business she says her own work place is divided.

The idea that overall a group has a greater rate of business creation is wrong. It ignores the differences among immigrant groups, high-skilled immigrants. Everybody talks about Sergey Brin. That's a different matter than somebody who's come in.(Mark interrupts to find out who he is.)

Sergey Brin gave us some of our greatest computer innovations, and is involved in Google, and everybody points to him, but he came in with a high levels of education. Very few people are opposing high-skilled immigrants who do have very high rates of business creation, but that's not what this bill is about.

It would have been another thing if Jeb Bush had followed through on the recommendations of his book which is to tilt the immigration towards a high-skilled immigration then we've lost on that count, we've run out on those kinds of advocates, and we've preserved our system of mostly family-based immigration, chain migration, which is going to bring in more of the low-skilled population. 

Mark: This is what also bothers me about his statement.They characterize foreigners who come here illegally as virtuous, as noble, as entrepreneurs, and they put down the native population, the very people who put them in office, the very people that government exists to defend and nurture. So the American people are treated like second-class citizens, and it is the immigrant, the illegal immigrant, who is so much better.
Poverty rates

Heather:  Among Hispanics, it's twice as high. This is now native-born Hispanics. Second, third generation Hispanics have a much higher rate of Welfare consumption, not because they are not working. They are in the work force, most of them, but because their skill level is so low.

Mark interjects to look who is coming across the border - not rocket scientists or engineers - it's poor people escaping the cronyism and what goes on in the Mexican government. So of course, they're poor, they're less skilled.  They're less literate. That's your point.

Heather:  The rate of welfare and poverty actually goes up with second, third generation Hispanics in this country, which is extremely odd, and just another sign that what is happening is a certain rate of assimilation to an underclass. The argument that we also hear from Jeb Bush and Rubio is that it will have a wonderful effect on bailing out our bankrupt entitlement programs, because they're going to pay taxes, but they're not paid in taxes enough to compensate for the cost of education and health care, and other programs.

Mark: None of us have enough money to pay for this massive implosion of a welfare state. Let's slash these programs instead!
Amnesty

 
MarkPaul Ryan is saying (talking point) "This isn't Amnesty.  Amnesty wipes the slate clean." Mark says Amnesty (to him) is you're here illegally and now you're legal!

Heather:  That is exactly what is does. Amnesty does wipe the slate clean. The fact that you have to pay a minimum fine of $500 to get immediately legalized after this bill is passed, doesn't make it not an amnesty. The point of an amnesty is you're no longer illegal. So we have tax amnesty, too,
that usually requires a back payment of taxes that we consider an amnesty, because your status as a tax lawbreaker, is canceled. So that is a basic fact, but beyond that, if you want to quibble about the details, the law is filled of loopholes of how you can get away from paying a minimum amount of fines whether imposed, and the notion that the illegal aliens are going to pay their back taxes, that doesn't make it not an amnesty. That's incorrect. There's no obligation requiring the illegal aliens to come forward and honor how much taxes they have to pay. That's not going to happen. In any case, what it gets the people here exactly is what they want, which is fully legal status. I'm amazed that Republicans aren't fighting harder, and see that just because there's a few hurdles which are trivial, does not make it not an amnesty.
(3)
Jeb Bush says... 

3.  "Canada is the place we might want to look to. Canada has one tenth our population. They have more "economic immigrants" and they have seen sustained economic growth because of it. We should..."
 Heather MacDonald rebuts:
 
Heather: I'm amazed that Jeb Bush has the gall to bring up Canada, because Canada is looking at high-skilled immigrants. Canada uses skills as a point system, so if you speak English, you get in, if you have Advanced Education, you get in. That would be a proposal the Republicans could get behind. But in Canada they don't have what we have - a mass flow of uneducated immigrants, who may mean well, but I would invite Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio to go in to the middle schools in Los Angeles to see single mothers coming in to talk with the anti-gang counselors of the school to try to figure out how to keep their teen males out of gang culture, and stop hanging on the streets of Los Angeles, because these mothers who are single mothers who have also, while we're at it, Mark, deceived the Hispanic "family values" myth. Hispanics now have now a 53% out-of-wedlock birth rate, twice what the black illegitimacy rate was in '55, when then Daniel Patrick Moynihan so presciently said that a 23% illegitimacy rate among blacks signaled a major social catastrophe. I would invite Bush and Rubio to come with me to some schools in LA to where they will see the effects of massive, low-skilled immigration, which is what the Gang of Eight Bill is going to bring us. The Hispanic out-of-wedlock rate is twice that of Whites and Asians.
 
Black 73%
Hispanic 53%
Hispanic American 43% 
White 23%
Asians 16%
 
 
Mark:  I have two last questions 1) I keep hearing we have to bring illegal aliens out of the shadows. They're not in the shadows!  2) We can't maintain their status like this. I'm thinking to myself: Are people dragged across the border. Why is my responsibility to confer rights and benefits to people who are here illegally? Why is this my number one priority?
 
Heather: We are constantly hearing that we are responsible for breaking up families, and they're responsible! They came here fully assuming the risk of being illegal. This is not a problem that won't take care of itself. Their kids through the idiocy of birth-right citizenship, their kids who were born here are American citizens. We are not to blame. The Rule of Law is not to blame
 
***************
 
It is too bad a debate was not held. Yesterday was the first day the Amnesty went to the House. The first meeting was behind closed doors. Boehner promised the bill would not be like the Senate's, but after the article I wrote yesterday, I have no faith the bill will be destroyed. We are on the right side of the issue, but the cards are stacked against us with traitors like Paul Ryan and John Boehner at the helm.It is still worth trying to call our representatives and maybe using some of the arguments against Amnesty that Heather laid out so well.

Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google


The Hispanic Vote in the Republican Party


When you call your Representatives http://www.house.gov/represent ... you can tell them AMNESTY does not help garner votes for the GOP. These statistics are from the Pew Research Center were used on Mark Levin's show last month:
 
Hispanic Voting History in the GOP
 
1980  56% Carter     Reagan    35%
1984  61% Mondale Reagan    37%
1988  69% Dukakis  Bush 41   30%
(Amnesty in 1986 resulted in a 7% drop for Bush 41)
1992  61% Clinton   Bush 41   25%
1996  72% Clinton   Dole         21%
2000  62% Gore       Bush 43   35% 
(After 6 yrs as Texas Governor, Bush trails Gore by 27%)
2004  58% Kerry     Bush 43   40%
2008  67% Obama   McCain   31%
2012  71% Obama   Romney   27%

 
Amnesty was granted in 1986, and about 2.6 million illegals were legalized, but only one fourth voted for Bush 41. Bob Dole supported amnesty, and his score was the lowest of all, 21%.