Sunday, November 30, 2008

Amnesty will be coming soon

America has opened its gates to non-white immigration since the 60's and since that time, America has changed to a white European country of 90% in the 60s to just around 60 % (just in 30-40 years). As a result, we see a country that no longer reflects a love of their white culture, heritage and people. But a country that is bent on destroying the memories of our beloved white European country and turning it to a country that looks like a typical third world country. And it appears that our country will even now be moving faster to a non-white country. Senate Majority Leader Reid told the Detroit Free Press that President-elect Obama and Senator McCain have already agreed on an amnesty bill and that Leader Reid will champion it in the coming months. Furthermore, Reid said he expects little resistance to a comprehensive amnesty bill from the public. Now many people got behind McAmnesty (McCain) because they thought he would be tougher on illigal immigration because the last fiasco when American stool up and said no to the extensive immigration bill (which was just another amnesty) that the Washington politicans tried to stuff down our throats. However, it seems that McAmnesty and the other neo-cons and Marxist liberals will once again going to try to turn millions of illegal aliens to "citizens" just overninght. Unfortunately, it appears this time they will most likely succeed because of the overwhelming new Democrats in the Sentate, House, and recently President-Elect Obama.
Here is an excerpt from the Detroit Free Press interview.
Q: With more Democrats in the Senate and the House and a Democrat in the White House, how do you see congressional efforts playing out on such issues as health care and immigration?A: On immigration, there's been an agreement between (President-elect Barack) Obama and (Arizona Republican Sen. John) McCain to move forward on that. ... We'll do that. We have to get this economy stuff figured out first, so I think we'll have a shot at doing something on health care in the next Congress for sure.

Q: Will there be as much of a fight on immigration as last time?

A: We've got McCain and we've got a few others. I don't expect much of a fight at all. Now health care is going to be difficult. That's a very complicated issue. We debated at great length immigration. People understand the issues very well. We have not debated health care, so that's going to take a lot more time to do.

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