November 23, 2011, - 12:56 pm
Most of you probably saw or heard about Newt Gingrich’s amnesty approach to illegal aliens in our midst. He not only endorsed amnesty, but encouraged anchor babyhood, saying we shouldn’t split up families, which is a liberal sympathy the illegal aliens who conceive anchor babies are counting on. I warned you about Newt’s immigration policy, last week. Notice that, while Gingrich openly spoke out against separating families from their children born in the U.S. (children the parents can take with them–no one is separating anyone, it’s a choice), Gingrich didn’t say he supports ending birthright citizenship, which would end this hollow, phony argument.
It’s no different from Barack Obama’s immigration policy . . . and worse than George W. Bush’s policy (Bush wisely never whined about breaking up families of illegal aliens). I’m going to make a prediction: his embrace of illegal alien amnesty and “path to citizenship” baloney will cause him to drop in the polls. Sadly, he won’t drop enough.
We are just weeks away from the first primaries and caucuses, and Newt is dangerous. He’s got many of the same views as Barack Obama. Both are tight with racist bigot Al Sharpton, both support Obamacare (and Newt opposes Republican efforts to end it, endorsing a bond for those who don’t buy health insurance), both support immigration amnesty for illegal aliens, both believe in global warming BS, both supported using U.S. firepower to overthrow Qaddafi and make Libya an Al-Qaeda state, and both are dangerously tight with anti-Israel Muslims (Gingrich is tight with Jihad Grover Norquist, the architect of Bush’s non-stop pandering to Muslims). Today’s Newt Gingrich is barely different from John McCain in terms of his positions on the issues. And he’s not different enough from Barack Obama, which was part of McCain’s problem.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Tuesday that he wouldn’t “expel” those who have come illegally but have made lives in the U.S. He says that the GOP cannot call itself a party for family when it separates parents from their children born in the U.S.
Rep. Michele Bachmann says that allowing illegal immigrants to stay is a form of amnesty. She and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney say benefits for illegal immigrants attract others.
But Romney adds he wants to encourage immigration, especially among those educated at U.S. colleges.
We will NEVER get tough enforcement of immigration laws and securing of our borders until we demand it and make it THE key issue. In my view, it’s THE national security issue facing America. Without it, we will never stop Islamic terrorism on our shores. And we will never stop the increasing crime wave and drain on entitlements that illegal aliens press like an anvil on our country every single second of the day.
Would you vote for Newt Gingrich, knowing that he supports making millions of illegal aliens in our midst into American citizens? I would really have to hold my nose in the voting booth. The time to take action is BEFORE he becomes the Republican nominee. Remember, many of them are not named Juan and Juanita. There are plenty of ’em named Mohammed and Hamida. And they need to go, NOT be offered a reward for breaking the law and stealing from us on our own shores.
Tags: amnesty, anchor babies, anchor baby, Barack Obama, GOP, Illegal Aliens, illegal immigration, Immigration, Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich