Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Republican Party Won't Survive Amnesty Bill and Neither will America

A very interesting post from www.alipac.us about the Senate's amnesty bill's affect on both the GOP and the U.S. This follows this post about the Massachusetts Senate election. This follows this post about the  DC March for Jobs against more immigration.This follows this post about the release of illegal immigrant felons from prison by ICEThis follows this post about how to Report Illegal Immigrants! For more about what is happening in the nation now click here and you can read the two very interesting books  HERE.

Republican Party Won't Survive Amnesty Bill and Neither will America



The Republican Party won't survive the passing of the Democrat's illegal immigration amnesty bill. This shouldn't be too complex for the D.C. geniuses: if you betray your party's base to pander to the opposition's base, they win, you lose.

If you screw the white working class to pander to the Hispanic vote, whites will stay home.

If you destroy your base's trust in government, by passing yet another 2000 page bill no one has read, Republicans will stay home. Republicans are too busy working and raising a family to waste their time voting for a bunch of cynical, lying politicians.

President Bush let down his base by spending money like a drunken sailor. They stayed home.

June 27, 2013

By Karin McQuillan

The American Thinker

Obama lost Democrat voters in 2012, but he won anyway because an estimated 6 million white voters stayed home compared to 2008. Who were these election drop-outs? Rural, working class Republicans. What issues did these voters care about? They are deficit hawks, and want to see government spending come under control - not a swelling of the welfare state to support illegals. They hate illegal immigration. They want good education and a solvent Medicare system. They want to feel listened to by their own party. And they will not vote for a party that betrays them, no matter how awful the other side is.

The Democrats want "comprehensive" immigration reform because it legalizes eleven (or is it twenty?) millionillegals, brings in their families and on top of that, doubles the number of legal immigrants. Plus the CBO says 75% of illegal immigration would continue. This will create a record number of foreign-born legals and illegals, mostly Spanish-speaking, mostly third world, mostly a net drain on taxpayers. We are talking about an estimated 56 million people within a decade. According to the Center for Immigration studies, "There has never been a period in American history when the foreign-born share grew this fast."

The immigration bill will permanently wipe away America as we know it. Democrats believe this will mean a permanent voting majority for their big government welfare state. They are right. We will become Republicans' worst nightmare: a nanny state with a permanent Democrat majority who feel entitled to live on taxpaying families.

Hopes for a good economic future for America's blacks and working class will be sunk, as they are forced to compete for low wage jobs. Hopes for constitutionally limited government will be sunk, as we get an unassimilated influx of third world people who do not understand our republic and the principals for which it stands.

Republican politicians, we are told, think the amnesty bill will be good for them personally. They have business and agribusiness lobbyists who profit from illegals and new immigrants' low wages and no benefits. The Republican leadership is willing to sell out America to fatten their own political coffers - and they think they can survive the voters' wrath?

The cost of illegal immigration to the taxpayers of Los Angeles County alone is $1 billion a year. For the country's taxpayers, it is already well over $100 billion a year. Most of the expense to support illegals is at the state and local government. We hear about the taxes paid by illegals, but that covers 5% of the local and state government spending on them, and only 30% of federal outlays.

Even low-skill, low-wage legal immigrants are a burden on their fellow citizens. According to the Heritage Foundation:

In 2010, in the U.S. population as a whole, households headed by persons without a high school degree, on average, received $46,582 in government benefits while paying only $11,469 in taxes. ...Lawful immigrants receive significantly more welfare... than U.S.-born households...with the same education level.

For the 11 million illegals who are about to be given amnesty, it is far, far worse:

Amnesty would provide unlawful households with access to over 80 means-tested welfare programs, Obamacare, Social Security, and Medicare. ... The typical unlawful immigrant is 34 years old...If amnesty is enacted, the average adult unlawful immigrant would receive $592,000 more in government benefits over the course of his remaining lifetime than he would pay in taxes.

Over a lifetime, the former unlawful immigrants together would receive $9.4 trillion in government benefits and services and pay $3.1 trillion in taxes. They would generate a lifetime fiscal deficit (total benefits minus total taxes) of $6.3 trillion. (All figures are in constant 2010 dollars.) This ... understates real future costs because it undercounts the number of unlawful immigrants and dependents ... and underestimates significantly the future growth in welfare and medical benefits.

We are looking at crushing tax burden for Americans.

So why is the Republican leadership going along? Do their voters want higher taxes, a bankrupt safety net, a bigger government? Amnesty and an explosion of legal immigration betray every promise made during the election, and every interest of the majority of Republican voters.

Read our lips: we do not want amnesty.

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