Skip to comments.NCLR Terms Sensenbrenner Bill "Appalling" (Must be a good bill then!)
Posted on 12/08/2005 3:43:27 PM PST by AZRepublican
Washington, DC - The National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the U.S., is appalled by the "Border and Immigration Enforcement Act of 2005" (H.R. 4437), a bill introduced by House Judiciary Committee Chairman James Sensenbrenner (R-WI). Instead of providing a comprehensive, effective approach to immigration problems, the bill is a laundry list of mean-spirited and intrusive provisions concocted by the most radical immigrant restrictionists in Congress.
Among its many provisions, H.R. 4437 would:
(Excerpt) Read more at civilrights.org ...
Tip O'The Iceburg..
When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, the one hit is the one that yelps loudest.
Disrupt the U.S. economy by creating an overly broad and retroactive employment verification system without creating legal channels for needed workers to work lawfully.
This one is my personal favorite.
Looks good to me.
La Raza has nothing to worry about. If this bill actually does something about illegal immigration it will never pass or Bush will veto it if it does.
How unfortunate ... you mean ILLEGAL border jumpers might be forced to follow the LEGAL prescribed path to obtain citizenship? Geez, then it might actually mean something to become a US citizen?
Here ya go ... start here:
"put all Americans at risk by broadening the definition of smuggling to include anyone who aids or transports an undocumented immigrant."
Maybe they want to stiffen the penalties because ITS ALREADY ILLEGAL!
No risk at all if you don't do it.
But this will apply to all those who leave water and food on the other side to "assist" the illegals so they don't die.
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