Bushies, Treason Lobby Conspire To Extend 1986 Amnesty!

Congress` 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act
illegal alien amnesty program (IRCA) is a gift that
keeps on giving.  It still isn`t over—thanks to
the Bush Administration and immigration lawyers in the

Treason Lobby
.

As if on cue during my series of reports last month –
on

fraud
,

more fraud
and

reader reports of fraud
about the 1986 amnesty – the
Federal Government quietly agreed to open the amnesty
floodgates again for a one-year period to give certain
illegal aliens a shot at the 1986 IRCA amnesty all over
again.

On November 28, NBC television in Los Angeles 

reported
that the Bush Administration had agreed to
a

settlement
[PDF]
for one of the lingering 1986 amnesty lawsuits.  Citizen
watchdogs

American Patrol Report
(Nov. 28) and the

The Terry Anderson Show
(Nov. 30) quickly picked up
on the TV report.

The settlement will allow certain illegal aliens to
apply for

green cards
under the 1986 amnesty some seventeen
years
after the fact.  When formally approved by a
federal court, the agreement will bind the Department of
Homeland Security`s (DHS) Citizenship and Immigration
Services (USCIS)
branch under

Eduardo Aguirre.

The DHS` own

Secretario Ridge
signed the agreement on November
17, upon the advice and counsel of the Office of
Immigration Litigation (OIL).
This squarely in the disgraceful tradition of
governments` complicit caving in the face of immigration
litigation—for example, Governor Gray Davis`

sabotage
of Proposition 187.

(Note to Bushies: And look what

happened
to him!)

News of this upcoming agreement covering amnesty

class action
applicants is still nowhere to be found
in the

DHS
or USCIS

press room

But the illegal aliens`

supporters
in the private bar wasted no time in

posting
the agreement on the internet.

Rather than informing the public exactly what is
going on with litigation-induced immigration policy, the
federal government apparently prefers to communicate

directly
with the legal arm of the Treason Lobby and
its illegal alien charges.

Since the first illegal alien applied for a “green
card”
under the 1986 IRCA amnesty, the Treason Lobby
has been working overtime to expand the “rights”
of illegal aliens who never had any right to be in the
United States in the first place.

And once Congress made the fatal mistake of amending
the

Immigration and Nationality Act
in 1986 to give
illegal aliens the “right” to apply for lawful
permanent residence under the

Section 245A
presence amnesty and

Section 210
  “special agricultural worker”
(SAW) program, the ever-vigilant Treason Lobby went to
work.  They made sure to expand the “right” to as
many illegal aliens as possible.

And the litigation never stopped.

The latest settlement wrinkle allows illegal aliens
who commuted illegally in and out of the United States,
both before and after the processing of their amnesty
applications, to preserve their “right” to apply
for amnesty – whether the application is

completely fraudulent
or not!

And of course, the litigation wing of the Treason
Lobby saw to it, through federal court injunctions, that
none of the illegal alien amnesty applicants (their
precious class members) could be deported at any time
during this most important litigation.

Throughout the

“tortured history”
of amnesty litigation, the major
amnesty lawsuits are known as the

Newman
, CSS,

LULAC
and Zambrano cases.

The Treason Lobby also made sure not to miss out on
applying these class actions to recent giveaways under
the

LIFE Act
, the relaxed


asylum

standards for Guatemalans and Salvadorans, and other
litigation

mischief.

So who is responsible for this continued expansion of
any amnesty or stealth amnesty program that Congress
dreams up? 

Based on the laundry list of plaintiffs for the
amnesty cases, the list will come as no surprise to
VDARE.COM readers.  Again, the usual suspects are the

League of United Latin American Citizens,


American Baptist Churches
,

Catholic Social Services
the

AFL-CIO
, the

United Farm Workers
, as well as

assorted
leftist lawyers, the

National Lawyers Guild
, and their

fellow travelers
.

And as always, amnesty litigation is funded courtesy
of the

State Bar of California
, the

United Way
, and

YOUR
tax dollars.

There is a lesson to be learned from the 1986 amnesty
litigation mess. Congress had better wake up and realize
just what happens when you start on the slippery slope
of giving “rights” to illegal aliens who have no
business being in the United States in the first place.

As long as Treason Lobby lawyers are around to profit
from their illegal alien charges, the old saying still
holds:

Give `em an inch and they`ll take a mile.

Give `em a loophole and they`ll take a country.


Juan Mann [send him
email
] is a lawyer and the proprietor of

DeportAliens.com
.