Skip to comments.If the NSA Can Track Anyone Anywhere,Why Can't We Find 11 Million Illegals Living in the Shadows?
Posted on 06/12/2013 7:02:07 PM PDT by NoLibZone
Can I be a little bit of a smart aleck here? Of course I can because it's my program. We're in the midst here of learning that the NSA and a lot of high-tech companies and phone companies are providing the regime with virtually every phone call we make. They have access to every e-mail we send, every photo we send, and yet there are 11 million people in the shadows? We're doing all of this sweeping.
We're doing all of this Hoovering. When it comes to 10 to 11 million illegals we're told they're in the shadows and we've got legalize them to find out who they are. Yet, on the other hand, the government knows everything about everybody, or can if they want to? So which is it?
There are 11 million, 10 million, 20 million, whatever it is who were here that we can't find unless we grant them some pathway, unless we do legalization, we can't identify, they're in the shadows, they won't come forward. What good is the spying program?
What good is all the surveillance? Isn't one of the purposes of this to be able to find anybody and then determine what their motives might be?
Isn't this what we've learned in the past week or two? From the NSA PRISM, from the NSA Verizon story, to Snowden and what he's revealed? Not one of us basically has any privacy.
Why do these 10 to 11 million somehow escape scrutiny? I mean, are they not using the Internet? Are they not making phone calls?
(Excerpt) Read more at rushlimbaugh.com ...
Don’t ask Don’t tell
Because it would be racist.
Hell they’ve already lost 20 million and are only looking for 11 million now.
What about Visa over-stayers?
It’s only racist if the accusation is that illegals make up one race or a specific race.
oh there are people on here who has no problem with this and a country which has no clue.
Now we have millions of illegals because the elitist know we are waking up
But if any illegal alien tells somebody he’s going to vote for Sen. Ted Cruz for President after he gets his Obama amnesty, you can count on the NSA to track him down to deport him immediately.
Maybe free Obamaphones aren’t subject to government tracking.
Excellent point made by Mr Limbaugh...
Of course, our government only spies on Americans. Not Illegal Aliens, Mexican Drug Cartel members, nor Islamic Terrorists.
Maybe someone can dress up like Marco Rubio and promise Amnesty...that might work
A better question would be, if Hussein is telling the truth and the “war on terror’ is over and radical islam poses no threat why does the government need to spy on us?
Can’t we call it Rubio/Schumer Amnesty?
BO will come and go. This will be with us long after we relegate him to worse than Grant status.
We can’t find these illegals because our government,Both Parties don’t want them found.These illegals have a use while they’re here.
For the Republicans and the people that support them they’re cheap labor.
To the Democrats they’re a potential voting block,especially in the big city’s that are sanctuary’s for these people.
Not sure if BO will come and go. Perhaps, he’s getting his Executives Order pen ready to allow him to run for President for a 3rd-term and then declare himself President for for life, just like Hugo Chavez did in Venezuela.
How about finding wanted criminals or deadbeat dads? Only if they’re in the Tea Party?
They make an effort to stay in the shadow when congregated in front of the local Home Depot. Especially in summer.
Eh. What’ll he president OF if this goes through?
After years of listening to Rush, I am beginning to turn away more and more. I am still a Conservative, but I cannot stand Rush’s unrelenting negativity. He has become a coat holder at a time when we need him to rally the faithful, By overloading his show with soundbites of the opposition and telling us how we are doomed, he has taken the easy way out. There is something truly amoral about just standing on the side lines and pointing at the enemy.
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