Far Left Dem Julian Castro Really Wants Amnesty
So, Julian Castro is a very far left Democrat who has worked for the racist Hispanic group La Raza United, which his mother helped found. Said group wants parts of the Southwest split off to be an exclusionary nation. And now he writes
(Politico) Members of Congress have returned to our nation’s capital after a two-week break for the Easter holiday. And now that they’re all back, they should immediately address one of the most pressing issues facing our country: the need for responsible and comprehensive immigration reform.
As the grandson of an immigrant orphan from Mexico who found opportunity in this great country, and as mayor of our nation’s seventh-largest city — a community that looks like the Texas and America of tomorrow — I’m constantly reminded that immigration is more than a political issue. It’s who we are. (Snip)
To fix our broken immigration system in a responsible way, we must do at least three things. We need to further strengthen border security, we need to streamline the legal immigration process so law-abiding companies can get the workers they need in today’s global economy, and we need to create a path to citizenship to bring the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in this country out of the shadows and into the full light of the American Dream.
In other words, amnesty for people who laugh at the laws of the United States and come here illegally. And those elected officials who likewise ignore The Law.
But, hey, I actually know of a way that these illegals could become legal US residents: they could go back to wherever the hell they came from and then apply for work visas or citizenship. And they can take this racist mayor with them.
The only thing that’s broken is the politics, where the law is ignored.
Today is Q&A Thursday #47 at RWN. Of course, the Q&A day is Friday normally, but since there will be
Yesterday the enlightened progressives at Daily Kos commemorated the anniversary of the Muslim atrocities of September 11 with this somber
I believe this is what is called “speaking truth to power.” : Cardinal Sean O’Malley, the archbishop of Boston and