Nov 27, 2010

MMFA Continues Its DREAM Act Lies

Fox continues its all-out assault on the Dream Act


"In fact, Dream Act requires that applicants have 'good moral character' and are not 'deportable for various criminal offenses.'"

It doesn't matter whether the illegals eligible for citizenship have good moral character or not. An illegal immigrant is an illegal immigrant: he doesn't belong here under ANY circumstances. But the DREAM Act creates a "path to citizenship" for illegal immigrants who entered the U.S. before the age of 16, have lived here for 5 years, and either serve in the military or attend college. The bill also prohibits the government from deporting anyone who has even filed an application for the program. This essentially gives amnesty to anyone who applies regardless of whether they actually qualify for the act's protections.

"Dream Act appears to allow for termination of conditional permanent resident status if applicant fails to meet "good moral character" requirement. "

But the DREAM Act would allow applicants to sponsor their immediate family members for a green card. While current law prohibits sponsorship of illegal immigrants living in the United States, this leaves open the possibility that they could fraudulently, through falsified documents or other means, sponsor their parents who are in the U.S. illegally-creating an even larger amnesty. Where's the 'good moral character' in that? Like I said: illegals are illegals. THEY DON'T BELONG HERE AND SHOULD ALL BE DEPORTED, NOT GIVEN AMNESTY!!

"In fact, according to IPC, Dream Act 'creates a separate program for students' and does 'not compete for visas with other applicants for legal permanent residence.'"

Even so, the DREAM Act would immorally and non-sensically reward illegal aliens for violating federal immigration laws. It would encourage more illegal immigration by sending the message that the United States does not take its immigration laws seriously.

"In fact, Dream Act does not grant in-state tuition benefits to unauthorized immigrants, but rather leaves that decision to the states."

That doesn't change the fact that, whether the decision is made by the state governments or the federal government, the DREAM Act provides additional slap in the face to law-abiding Americans by OFFERING in-state college tuition to illegal immigrants, while legal students in the rest of the country would have to pay out-of-state tuition rates. MMFA is a bunch of anti-American pigs for defending such a bill.

"In fact, Dream Act would allow eligible immigrants to apply for 'conditional permanent resident status.'"

Translated: it provides them amnesty, if not now, then later.

Immigration issues should not be in a national security bill, and neither should FCC Regulations, Debt Ceilings, ANWR drilling, or anything that isn't related to the issue at hand. Unfortunately, both Republicans and Democrats have historically made a habit of this, especially Democrats. For example, last year's defense bill, The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010, expanded federal hate crime laws to include crimes motivated by a victim's "actual or perceived gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability." What did that have to do with national security? Answer: absolutely nothing.

If that wasn't bad enough, Democrat Senator Roland Burris went so far as to sponsor an amendment that would allow the use of military facilities around the world for "pre-paid" abortions.

According to a September Gallup poll, only 18% of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing. Harry Reid's shameless hijacking of the defense bill for his (unfortunately successful) reelection purposes is exactly why the American people have such a low approval of Congress. As Mitch McConnell rightly declared (albeit ironically given his not-so-conservative history):

"It’s time they put the liberal wish list on the shelf and focused on the priorities of the American people."

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

You are a fucking tool. So, let me get this strait, MMFA is lying about the lies told by Fox? BTW the Haratige foundation???? Really, You sir are a corportist TOOL. Got that. Wake the fuck up.

Anonymous said...

Why not shorten your rant to "Jesus our lawd n saivyer I HATES me some niggers and Mexicans and Chinee and Mooslums!"? It would be just as true, just as stupid, just as racist, and nobody would have to listen to your mis-informed drivel.

Poole1Dan said...

First of all, both of you are fucking pussies for posting under "anonymous." Just give yourself whatever name you have in your MMFA profile.

"MMFA is lying about the lies told by Fox?"

Correct. MMFA is trying to paint the DREAM Act in a positive light when infact the DREAM Act is a nightmare of a bill that would immorally give citizenship to illegal immigrants

"BTW the Haratige foundation???? Really, You sir are a corportist TOOL."

nice job discrediting the messege. Jackass.

And no, I'm not a corportist tool. I didn't support the TARP bailout or the GM bailout. Progressives like you did. As a matter of fact, big banks like Goldman Sachs give twice as much money to progressive candidates as conservative candidates. While we may have the Koch brothers and Rupert Mudoch, the so-called progressive movement is bankrolled by George Soros, Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and Ted Turner.

who's the corportist tool now?

Poole1Dan said...

"Why not shorten your rant to "Jesus our lawd n saivyer I HATES me some niggers and Mexicans and Chinee and Mooslums!"?

Because I don't believe blacks, Mexicans, Chinese people, and even muslims are inferior to whites or to the American people writ large. How exactly does opppsing illegal immigration make one opposed to Mexicans? where did the line about blacks and chinese even come from? And why should I stand by and praise Islam as a peaceful religion when it's been anything but? Besides, I'm of the belief that muslims should have religious freedoms. Let them build the 9/11 mosque, and let people like me condemn it as the wrong thing to do. as far as the law is concerned, muslims should not be discriminated against with the exception of racial profiling, which is a common sense policy and not a policy designed to "get the muslims" like Jim crow laws were to black people.

Simone said...

"The bill also prohibits the government from deporting anyone who has even filed an application for the program." That only goes for pending application. If your application is rejected, you can be deported.

As for the whole in state tuition for immigrants thing, why shouldn't they get in state tuition. They'll be paying taxes, don't you think they deserve to see the benefits of their money. Or do you wish to punish them for a mistake there parents made. My family owns a business and pays taxes. We don't see any of those benefits. That to me is unfair. We are not the only ones either. A lot of illegal immigrants pay taxes that only Americans recieve benefits from. That is unfair.

I am so tire of people hearing or reading about the Dream Act and responding about how we're illegal and shouldn't get amnesty. What about those of us, who had no choice. I came here as a toddler on a visa. I became an unlawful alien when that visa expired. This is the only country I know, the only one I remember anyway. I grew up unable to drive, work, or go to school, even though I was at the top of my class, a board scholar, and I took my SAT's in middle school. I can't even finish my degrees in Math and Astrophysics, because my parents don't have the money. I know what you're probably saying too. Apply for permanent residency, right? My dad is afraid to do that, but I went behind his back and did it anyway and let me tell you it is not easy. I have been waiting almost four years and nothing.

Poole1Dan said...

"That only goes for pending application. If your application is rejected, you can be deported."

FALSE. The DREAM Act specifically prohibits other agencies (such as the Department of Homeland Security and ICE) from receiving information about illegals who filed for the application. This means that de-facto amnesty will be given to illegals regardless of whether they actually qualify for the act’s protections, and regardless of whether their applications were rejected.

"As for the whole in state tuition for immigrants thing, why shouldn't they get in state tuition"

Simple: they are illegals. They don't deserve ANY of the rights that American citizens receive. They should all be deported.

"They'll be paying taxes, don't you think they deserve to see the benefits of their money"

NO. Allowing illegals to have the same rights as American citizens is an abuse of territorial soverignty. Period. We are not the United States of the world. We are the United States of America. Let the illegals go through the legal immigration process if they want to join American society. What's so wrong with that?

"Or do you wish to punish them for a mistake there parents made."

So you think illegals should be able to come here, have anchor babies, and then claim they are legimitate American citizens cause their child was born in America? Ok. Lets do that. Lets have open border anarchy legalize anyone who wants to come here. The USA's terrirotial soverignty will be destroyed, and the nation will collapse surely as the Roman Empire did.

The children born to illegal immigrants should be deported along with their parents. They are NOT legit American citizens. And to hell with the rediculous legal technicalities of the 14th amendment. Common sense always trumps bad law.

"My family owns a business and pays taxes. We don't see any of those benefits. "

Sir, seeing as you're an illegal immigrant, you SHOULDN'T see any of those benefits. Get the fuck out of this country and try to come back here LEGALLY. Otherwise, your a burden on the American people.

"I am so tire of people hearing or reading about the Dream Act and responding about how we're illegal and shouldn't get amnesty. What about those of us, who had no choice."

Too fucking bad. No society-not America, not China, NOBODY-can withstand the unconditional mass migration of aliens from every corner of the earth. The preservation of the nations territorial soverignty, culture, language, mores, traditions, and customs that make possible a harmonious community of citizens dictate that that citizenship be granted only be the leaders of the American people, not by tbe unilateral actions or demands of illegals like yourself. Even then, you should only be given American citizenship if you throw off your allegiance to your former nation and pledge your allegiance to the USA. (Considering "this is the only country (you) know," I'm guessing the later won't be to difficult).

"I grew up unable to drive, work, or go to school, even though I was at the top of my class, a board scholar, and I took my SAT's in middle school."

Good for you. You ought to be accepted as an American citizen after you go through the legalization process, with the civic literacy test and everything. I don't have a problem with legal immigration (although I do support a quota of no more then a couple hundred thousand new immigrants per year).

"I know what you're probably saying too. Apply for permanent residency, right? My dad is afraid to do that, but I went behind his back and did it anyway and let me tell you it is not easy. "

Nobody ever said it was easy. I don't think you understand that if illegals like yourself are given unconditional amnesty, the America your parents escaped to will cease to exist. And then what will your efforts be for? Nothing.