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Open Borders: OUR problem as a Nation

“Regardless where you live in the U.S., Arizona’s problem is really OUR problem, and as Americans, we must react to these attacks by supporting SB1070.

If we allow President Obama, Attorney General Holder and the Left to use the Arizona law to incorrectly frame the immigration issue in terms of “race” and “hate,” we will be handing them the political key to passing amnesty and discrediting the grassroots, Tea-Party movement which threatens to undermine their power this November.”

Why the Left is attacking Arizona…

Without even reading the new law, Holder and the pro-amnesty Left are on the attack. And their reasons are clear…

The Obama team and pro-amnesty advocates are trying to label anyone who supports border security as
a racist, xenophobe or hate monger — and then use this platform to pass amnesty and rally their base in November.

Never mind that 70 percent of Arizona residents support the law, or the fact that as citizens we have a right to have
our borders secured. If the Left can succeed in framing the border issue in hate and xenophobia, they will have created
the political justification they need to pass amnesty while discrediting their political opponents in the upcoming election.

Go to Link Below to sign and support AZ!!

As a concerned American citizen, I strongly support Arizona’s new Immigration Enforcement law, (SB1070) as well as other lawful efforts to secure our nation’s borders. I oppose efforts to frame the immigration issue in terms of “race” and “hate” as a way to score political points and advance an amnesty agenda.



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6 thoughts on “Open Borders: OUR problem as a Nation

  1. We will have zero choice BUT to be sovereign…this is a left wing Commie nitemare for the lib FOOLS.
    They just cannot take it if they are not in control of everything.
    May God please wipe them out.

  2. Upright

    “Memo to Republican National Committee: this is the branding opportunity of a lifetime. Mr. Calderon whacking decent Americans and being cheered by leftist Democrats is an election-year dream come true. What could be better than a thirty-second commercial showing the power center of a bankrupt political party taking the side of a shamelessly hypocritical foreigner over their fellow Americans? One could even envision a voice-over announcer asking the ultimate brand-reinforcing question: Are Democrats the political party you want representing American interests in Washington, D.C. after the November election?” –columnist Arnold Ahlert

    “The fact is, Mexico has two big exports: Oil, and their second biggest export is poverty to the United States — from which, in remittances sent back to Mexico, they get $21 billion a year. Mr. Calderon has a stake in illegal immigration to our country.” –columnist George Will

    “Washington keeps pushing the envelope on craven. For his part, President Obama is a virtuoso at talking out of both sides of his mouth on immigration. He calls the immigration system broken, then proposes to fix the system by paving a path to citizenship for those who broke the law. He has called SB1070 misguided in order to appeal to the lathered-up pro-illegal immigration corner. Then he appeals to ‘misguided’ voters by assuring them that he is gung-ho when it comes to enforcing the immigration laws.” –columnist Debra Saunders

    “When President Obama discussed the new Arizona immigration law with Mexican President Felipe Calderon at the White House Wednesday, he was doing something he has never done with the governor of Arizona. Although Obama has repeatedly criticized the law, he has not once talked about it with Gov. Jan Brewer, nor is any such discussion in the works. … The bottom line is that Obama, the Justice Department, and the entire executive branch are on Mexico’s side in this dispute. On the other hand, the majority of the American people are with Arizona.” –columnist Byron York

    “Voters said: ‘It’s not the incumbents, stupid. It’s how they voted. It’s what they stand for.’ No incumbent who voted against the Bush/Obama bank bailouts, the ‘stimulus’ package and ObamaCare lost his or her job. Voters hate the bank bailouts. They hate the government takeover of car companies. They do not believe that the $800 billion stimulus package stimulated anything but bigger government. They reject ObamaCare and think it’s costly and likely to worsen health care. Incumbents who voted for these things now face the music.” –columnist Larry Elder

  3. Arlene
    Being able to travel from coast to coast without being checked at the statelines, is part of what makes America so great. The states that border other Nations need to secure those borders for the WHOLE Nation, WITHOUT the guidance or bullcrap from the LOONY LEFT in DC and states that are against securing our borders need to shut the hell up, because they do not have the illegals running thru their back yards daily—but they are coming to a town near them if this is not stopped. Then they will be singing a different tune, but it will be too late then.

  4. opps the key board is jumpy.

    as i was trting to say …. if every state was truly sovereign, the illegal problem would be minimized. but its hard to control movement by private vehicle when traveling from state to state.

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