We are not racists—we’re survivalists. And we know when we’re being hustled.
By Jan LaRue, Esq.
Culture and Media Institute
May 21, 2007
“Comprehensive immigration reform” should be comprehensible. That requires Congress to read its 1,000 pages, hold public hearings and receive testimony about its costs, consequences and workability, engage in debate and listen to what “We the People” want. Remember us? Otherwise, call it what it is: bipartisan bluster and political opportunism, if not blatant misfeasance in office.
Those in Congress, the White House and media who are determined to reward those who reject our national sovereignty by entering our country in disobedience to our current immigration laws, which are not being effectively enforced, need to answer some questions. And if they won’t engage in thoughtful and respectful debate, they should shut the heck up, drop this “reform,” and enforce current law.
Americans who are legitimately concerned about our country’s security and solvency being destroyed by porous borders and irresponsible immigration policies are sick to death of being called anti-Latino, anti-immigrant, racist, vigilante, nativist, xenophobic, mean-spirited and unchristian. We are not racists—we’re survivalists. And we know when we’re being hustled.
Let’s take what they’ve told us thus far about this “comprehensive immigration reform,” apply it to their property, and get real: