June 9, 2006, - 12:31 pm

It’s Official: ICE Princess Gears Up for Guest Workers Amnesty

By Debbie Schlussel
The evidence is mounting that the Bush Administration has decided the legislative process in our democracy doesn’t matter. They are going ahead with illegal alien amnesty in the form of a Guest Workers Program, regardless of whether this becomes law through a vote of BOTH houses of Congress.
First, we reported on the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) sudden massive job hirings in its Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) sub-agency for “adjudicators” for the new Guest Workers seeking citizenship. Yesterday, I reported that DHS employees and agents said high-level DHS officials in high level conference calls declared: “THERE WILL BE A GUEST WORKER PROGRAM. . . . PERIOD.”
Now, ICE–DHS’ subagency, Immigration and Customs Enforcement–is openly getting in on the act. And, yes, the new insistence that there WILL be Guest Workers AMNESTY (despite Congress NOT approving such a deal) comes right from “The ICE Princess” a/k/a ICE chieftess Julie L. Myers.

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(ICE Valley Girl by David Lunde)

Yesterday, USA Today reported that ICE created 10 anti-fraud task forces to combat document fraud by illegal aliens. That’s all well and good. But, why now? What took so long? The answer: Guest Workers.
The USA Today article states:

U.S. officials are beefing up efforts to stop immigration fraud partly out of concern that proposals before Congress could create a boon for document forgers.

[DS: Oh, I get it. Because they didn't do their job, before, in stopping immigration fraud, now that there will be a massive wave of immigration fraud--brought on because millions of illegals are here because they committed fraud ICE/INS didn't worry about in the first place--NOW, they will finally do a tiny bit of something. So comforting.]

The rising concern over immigration fraud comes as Congress considers a plan to give many of the estimated 12 million undocumented immigrants a chance to stay legally as guest workers or residents, depending on how long they have lived and worked here. A new law could increase demand for documentation among immigrants seeking to prove their length of residency.

The ICE Princess told USA Today:

“There’s no question it will be a tremendous increase in workload.”

Will be? Uh, when did the House pass this “tremendous increase in workload” a/k/a Amnesty/Guest Workers?
Time for Tom Tancredo, Jim Sensenbrenner and the other House members who’ve yet to vote on this to haul The ICE Princess before their committees and demand to know why she’s spending money on an Amnesty program that is heretofore ILLEGAL.

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5 Responses

If Bush is linked to this move…isnt this something he can/should be imnpeached for?

Avatar on June 9, 2006 at 1:21 pm

All of this, every last bit of it, comes from Bush himself. He refused to listen to wise counsel from his own party, even those in his innermost circle, called the people who made his re-election possible, those of us who actively campaigned for him racists for opposing him on this issue. Even sane Democrats urged caution and were baffled by his strange views on this.
Consider all of this and the appeasement now of the Iranian mad-man as he feverishly develops his nuclear capability, the posturing of Russia in support of Iran, the world-wide confederacy of Muslim nations hoping for the destruction of Israel, the growing European anti-Israel positions taken to appease their massive Muslim populations. The seemingly suicidal actions taken by Israel to return its much needed buffer-zone territory (needed for military reasons). All of these things occurring simultaneously transcends the physical. It is something evil.
Debbie has been right all along, of course, about the most pressing concern being the Jihadist terror threat. But from a global, longer-term perspective, say 20 to 40 years from now, it confirms what many of us thought but dared not mention.

Marcubius on June 9, 2006 at 2:09 pm

On a related note, Israel will not be defeated. Ain’t gonna happen. It just means a much harder time now. Thanks Jorge!

Marcubius on June 9, 2006 at 5:59 pm

I used to think this malarkey was “kooky”. Bush almost sllipped up the other day, when he was being questioned in Laredo, Texas. Some knucklehead asked him about the “Guest Workers”. During President Bush’s reply, he began to say, “…jobs Americans do….aren’t doing…” Freudian slip, or forgot the talking point memo and caught himself? Heard it on the “Vannity and Holmes” show. I think it was FauX News…
…and the United Nations will be hosting, in New York City on July 4, 2006, the LARGEST Anti-Gun symposium in history. The PA obtaining SA-7′s. Pertinent or “kooky”?
P.S. No one ever thought 19 surrenderers to Muhammed (Muslims) would fly commercial aircraft into the economic hub for much of the known world either.

SickBoy on June 9, 2006 at 6:01 pm

It’s starting to look like a one-world nation.

KOAJaps on June 11, 2006 at 1:24 pm

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