February 21, 2007, - 9:50 am

Are Your Congressman & Senators on the Take From Mexico’s Amnesty Lobbyists?

By Debbie Schlussel
Associated Press reports that Mexico is doing a full court press–”aggressive lobbying”–to try to get Congress to pass immigration amnesty for illegal aliens.
The country has hired lobbyists and is going the distance in trying to push your Congressman and Senators to support amnesty for illegals.
Although Congress recently passed laws prohibiting Jack Abramoff-style lunches, trips abroad, and other goodies, there’s a giant loophole around it. The New York Times recently reported that Congressmen–like Hezbollah supporter Darrell Issa (R-California) a/k/a “Jihad Darrell” are now having lobbyists pay thousands into their campaign funds and Political Action Committees–for the same Abramoff-style goodies. Issa got lobbyists to pay at least $1,000 a pop to “accompany” him to a “The Who” concert.

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Are Your Congressman & Senators

Being Paid Off By Mexican Amnesty Lobbyists?

So, the question is, how much are your Congressman and Senators getting from Mexico’s lobbyists? You may want to closely pore over his/her campaign committee and PAC to find out. But it won’t be easy because one needs to know who Mexico’s lobbyists are in order to find out where they are giving. We will need to find out who is registered as a foreign agent–as required by law–for Mexico.
It will also be interesting to see which lobbyists Mexico hires for these efforts. Money launderer, pan-Islamist, and all-around BS artist Grover Norquist has repeatedly pushed the open borders crap. Since he’s known to always be for sale, don’t count this man–who should be behind bars for illegally laundering and obtaining tax deductions for Jack Abramoff’s clients (because he’s best buddies with Karl Rove he gets protected from federal prosecution)–out of the lobbying for the sell-out of America and its borders.
Wouldn’t be surprised if he’s already on the take. He needs to keep his Palestinian Muslim wife-beard–oops, I mean he has a beard and is married to a Palestinian Muslim wife (for whom he secured a cush Bush Admin job)–in Prada.
And just how much is Mexico willing to spend to throw more of its illegal aliens onto the backs of U.S. taxpayers? We don’t know yet. But keep watching those reports. A good source is Open Secrets, which tracks full info on donors to campaigns and PACS and the candidate and PAC recipients.
More details from the AP story:

Determined to secure a migration accord, Mexico plans to begin an aggressive lobbying effort similar to its push to join the North American Free Trade Agreement, the country’s new ambassador to the United States said Tuesday.
Mexican consulates in the United States will be on the front lines of the effort, and will talk with state and federal lawmakers, business chambers, civic organizations and “all actors of U.S. society” who support a comprehensive immigration reform, Arturo Sarukhan said.
“There are few matters so important to the future of this country,” Sarukhan told reporters in Mexico City before departing for Washington.
The ambassador said Mexico has a brief window before campaigning begins in for the 2008 U.S. presidential election to convince Washington to approve immigration reforms.
“We are going to put into place the same kind of diplomatic and lobbying effort that we did in the early 1990s when NAFTA was being decided,” said Sarukhan, who was consul general in New York during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and a campaign adviser to Calderon.
Mexico wants Washington to usher through reforms to create a guest worker program, provide a legal path for millions of Mexicans living in the United States and allow for the reunification of families split by immigration laws.

Thanks to reader Carolyn for the tip. She asked:

Is there any way to find out what perks our wonderful Congressmen are getting from these Mexican lobbyists?

Like I said, it won’t be easy to find out, but it is possible.

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4 Responses

I’m not sure, but while the GOP is paying legal fees for felons in New Hampshire in phone jamming scandals, I also know they are too willing to accept terrorist money.
I’m curious as to why you are silent on that.
http://blogs.abcnews.com/theblotter/2007/02/accused_terrori.html
the Republican party cautions against a rush to judgment on terrorists, and as of today, is not willing to return terror money.
You know if this was the democratic party, you would have had 8 posts on it in one day.
Also, I found this old article you wrote:
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=22789
I would argue that women and excessive pancake makeup don’t also mix.
Peace.
I WOULD HAVE WRITTEN ABOUT THAT TERRORIST, BUT SO MANY OTHER SITES HAVE AND I LIKE TO HAVE DIFFERENT CONTENT. I’VE BEEN VERY CRITICAL OF REPUBLICANS AND THEIR TIES TO ISLAMISTS AND TERRORISTS, INCLUDING IN THIS VERY ENTRY, WHICH I GUESS YOU COULDN’T MOVE YOURSELF TO READ. UH, WHAT PARTY ARE JACK ABRMOFF AND GROVER NORQUIST IN? HINT: IT ISN’T THE DEMOCRATS. I AM NOT A REPUBLICAN, FYI. I’M A CONSERVATIVE.
AS FOR MY MAKE-UP ON TV, HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ON TV? IF YOU DON’T PUT A LOT ON, YOU LOOK PALE. GET A CLUE. PLEASE.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

alaskanmal on February 21, 2007 at 10:28 am

Hi Debbie,
As always, you look great…. If I had the money, and someone could pinpoint any Congressman’s illicit activities regarding Mexican lobbyists, I’d publicize it until charges were finally brought. Then I’d push for a maximum sentence. The question that remains for me is … are these individuals merely greedy, or are they seditionists? It’s so close, I can’t really tell. Therefore, I may be swayed to err on the safe side and charge them with the capital crime of treason.

FreeAmerican on February 21, 2007 at 11:19 am

So sad. It’s not because Mexico developed a conscience and is concerned about their citizens welfare. They are afraid 30 million illiterate busboys, maids and gangbangers will be sent back to the Homeland. They don’t want them, either. And buying that pro-amnesty vote from our congressman costs less than a Tijuana hooker. Good investment for Mexico, bad for us.

jeebie on February 21, 2007 at 12:31 pm

Debbie…wear more RED when on TV, i’ve noticed it brings out the beauty in women on camera:)
Politicians on the take??? What a unique idea.
What should be investigated is WHY a homegrown industry, the manufacturing of crystal meth, is NOW being outsourced to Mexico!!!
All the tweakers were contentedly getting over-the-counter cough medicine and cooking up their poison, and NOW it’s vittually illegal and the Mexicans are brewing up a more potent form whilst the media is PROMOTING it like crazy.
Looks like Amerikkka wants to relive the Crack Wars of the Eighties and CREATE another Mendellin cartel.

EminemsRevenge on February 21, 2007 at 1:36 pm

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