Amnesty Bill Contains Millions in Slush Funds for Left Groups

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Amnesty Bill Contains Millions in Slush Funds for Left Groups

“The immigration reform bill now being mulled by Congress contains multimillion-dollar slush funds that benefit left-wing groups, investigative reporter M. Stanton Evans says. ‘It’s a stealth operation,’ Evans told ‘The Steve Malzberg Show’ on Newsmax TV,” Newsmax reported.

“‘These [are]unknown aspects of the bill, which are totally contrary to the advertising.’ Evans, who wrote about the slush funds in Investor’s Business Daily said they are hidden deep in the 1,100-page bill and will help left-wing, nonprofit groups provide services to the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants now in the U.S.”

House Considers New Version of DREAM Act Amnesty

“In the Democratic-controlled Senate, the question was whether to allow the nation’s 11 million undocumented immigrants to get U.S. citizenship. In the Republican-led House, the question has become: Which ones?” says USA Today.

“In passing a sweeping immigration law last month, the Senate voted 68-32 to allow most of the nation’s undocumented immigrants to eventually apply for U.S. citizenship. But as the House continues to slowly consider small pieces of immigration, one bill at a time, Republican leaders proposed allowing only undocumented immigrants brought to the country as children to become citizens.”

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Dan is the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)'s President after joining the organization in 1982. He has testified more than 50 times before Congress, and been cited in the media as "America's best-known immigration reformer." Dan has appeared on virtually every significant TV and radio news/talk program in America and, in addition to being a contributing editor to ImmigrationReform.com, has contributed commentaries to a vast number of print media outlets.

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    I keep asking myself ,when are most people going to start paying attention. But they won’t, they are caught up in their own little worlds, believing whatever the msm feeds them. They won’t pay attention until it’s too late, and then they ‘ll wonder what just happened. Sad,

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    cynthia curran on

    Robeson County is the poorest of North Carolina’s 100 counties and the 18th poorest county in the nation, according to the UNC Center for Poverty, Work and Opportunity. Thunder Valley, now predominantly Latino, is one of the county’s more distressed are

    Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/06/15/4107492/so-much-pain-and-suffering-in.html#storylink=cpy Continuing my last comment (your comments section keeps freezing), although I am sure that there was some industry that moved out of the country, many more jobs were lost to the influx of people from Mexico. They took away a significant numbers of jobs because they would work for lower wages.

    I appreciate your story. I love Robeson county. It was a great place to grow up. I would love to see it prosper greatly. I just wanted to clarify the reasons for much of this poverty based on first person experience vs. just assuming the politically correct reasons were the cause.

    Interesting article on the poorest county in NC, a lot of illegal HIspanic immirgation helped to make things worst.

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    Just like those congressional scum and the low life special interest parasites, pushing this insanity with total disregard for the future of this country!

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    Diana Reichardt on

    I am so tired of saying this but once again, NO AMNESTY. Enforce our existing laws and tighten our borders!! If they had being doing this to begin with we would not be in this situation!!!! As far as the slush funds go, this is the normal SNEAKY bull our politicians pull ALL THE TIME. We as citizens need to clean house (White House).

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    Glen Saunders on

    This is nothing but government corruption. How much can they make off this bill. We have immigration laws and we don’t need anymore. Enforce the existing laws and send these criminals back where they came from. All the fancy words in the world will not protect the American workers if Congress is insistent on breaking the law…..

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    Anything announced as “comprehensive” should be voted down. There are way too many variables to make this a one package deal. This is a bill that will change this country in many fundamental ways and we’re supposed to just take it as one big package? I don’t think so. I have no great eagerness for this country to be turned into some third world mess, but this bill will set us on that path. Call it whatever you will, facts are facts. On our northern border is Canada, one of the most modern and progressive countries in the world. On our south is the corrupt hell hole known as Mexico. I would rather stay like Canada.

    You have to wonder. Do these people care about this country at all. They seem to be all too eager to give it away for the sake of a few votes and the interests of business that want to flood this country with cheap labor. And way too many in the working class buy into this when it comes at their expense.

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      I agree Leland I am wondering who is running this country is it 3rd world immigrants because their sure trying to bring this country down. I just cant see someone born and raised here trying so hard to bring in they say 11 million hell it seems like 3 million right here in Houston,the democrats say we must lift all tides well lift the ones been here for generations.

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      The Mexicans believe they have the right to be here according to LaRaza All of the southwest and Colorado belong to them! What ever happened to divide and conquer! Guess what! You land grabbing tyrannist will play hell
      trying to take my land. You lost and get over it. Try to solve your own problems in your downtrodden state of affairs. We owe you nothing!

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    Judith miller on

    I am not against Amnesty for people it’s the 15 points or so that are slipped in and the boarders are not secure so what do you do with the next 11-million people that could slip in over the boarders. Why can t you make it about the people? There is always a hidden agenda for other things.

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      there are much more than 11 million… 11 million is the number that was used in 2006 for the secure fence bill .. that was 7 years ago..

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    SouthernLadyNC on

    I am so tired of all this PORK the Senators keep attaching to “must pass” legislation. All that needs to be stopped. The Legislature must pass a law that prevents any Senator or Representative from attaching Riders or Amendments to any proposed legislation. Each Bill must coming to the floor of either legislative branch as a stand-alone bill and have an up or down vote.