DREAM Act a New Push for Amnesty

by Ryan on September 19, 2007

in Culture,Election 2008,Politics

Stealth amnesty is at work in Congress and only three months or so after the major grassroots popular smackdown of the Senate’s version of Immigration Reform!  The DREAM (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) Act allows states to give in-state tuition breaks to illegal aliens who’ve been here a while.  It also lets illegal aliens who entered the US as children apply for green cards… and then be able to sponsor their parents

The result:  the repeal of the 1996 Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act and the enactment of special treatment to a large criminal element at the behest of the federal government.  So, here again, the illegals are being given the chance to jump ahead of everyone else in line, this time to get green cards for themselves and their parents.  It’s stealth amnesty if I ever saw it.  Apparently, the Dems either think our memories are really really short, we’re disinterested, we were faking it last summer, or we’re all just dumb.  As for the Republicans, they had better be on the right side of this one this time or many checkbooks might stay cold again next year.

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