Democrat Decries New Open Border Lobby Juggernaut


Here we go, folks. The
major power players favoring flooding our nation with
unlimited legal and illegal immigrants have coalesced
into a group which dubs itself the

Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform
(CCIR).
[VDARE.COM note:
The acronym CCIR, has of
course, been used for years by a patriotic group, the


California Coalition for Immigration Reform
.]

CCIR announced on
March 13th that it will make a $4 million effort to ram
cheap labor as well as ethnically and

religiously
simpatico aliens down the throats
of American citizens who time after time have pleaded
with American government at all levels for relief from
this invasion.

Over 50 million new
arrivals and their

offspring
have come to the US since passage of the

ill advised 1965 immigration reform legislation,

swamping our lives with unneeded, unnecessary problems.
And now there is pressure to further exacerbate a
terrible situation even more.

Most of us have just plain
had enough! The situation has gotten desperate! A real
reform solution has become more important by far than
any other issue facing America. We must begin by
stopping this proposed new major amnesty cold!

You can bet that $4
million is only the ante in the pot of money this
powerful juggernaut can muster to this task. In CCIR`s
press release entitled

"Historic Nationwide Campaign Launched For Comprehensive
Immigration Reform"
we are made quickly aware
that this is a take-over bid for America by illegal
aliens and their supporters who see gains for their
selfish selves.

While the cover for this
is a listing of dozens of organizations with
locally-anchored names, the big forces masterminding
this heinous scheme are well-known organizations such as
La Raza.

From the press release:


“`This campaign is
unprecedented in the pro-immigration community,` said

Cecilia Muñoz,
Senior Vice President of the

National Council of La Raza.
`Never before have we
brought together under one banner such a formidable
political coalition to fight for passage of
comprehensive immigration reform. We now have the money,
the people and the political will to punch this vital
issue over the goal line in Congress and make America a
better place to live and work.`

“Make America a better
place to live and work”
for
whom
? Not for American citizens.

The release continues:


"The campaign already has
approximately $4 million on hand, and is expanding its
war chest for what many believe will be a defining
legislative debate in Congress this year. The campaign
is anchored in the work of leading local and national
groups committed to comprehensive immigration reform
that will work and that will pass. It will feature a
strong central staff headquartered in Washington, DC
supported by a bi-partisan team of lobbyists,
communications specialists and a field operation in 30
key states."

This latest push for
massive illegal amnesty is not a game being played by
amateurs, but by

carefully organized
and funded

professional lobbyists
who know exactly how to tweak
the Congressional system for maximum results. Crying

illegal alien mothers
and

children
will be the frontispieces, but the hard
bucks and savvy strategists will be guiding every step,
just like a

carefully orchestrated Communist takeover
worked
during

the Cold War.

American citizens are
about to be had. Possibly before anything can be done,
the amnesty bill—which is always called, in perfect
Orwellian "doublespeak"
,"comprehensive immigration reform"—will be
flying through Congress to

Bush`s waiting arms
at the White House.

Bush`s dismal Presidency
would be capped by another disastrous policy
decision—witness his speech in Guatemala during his
current good will tour:


"`The system needs to be
fixed,, he said during his

first visit
to this

impoverished nation,
which many have fled seeking

opportunities
in the United States,

legally
and

illegally
. `It seems like to me, we`ve got to get
this done by August.` Although he called that a goal
rather than a deadline, it was the first time Bush has
prodded lawmakers with a time frame since

Democrats took over Congress
. It also was a tacit
acknowledgment that the next few months represent his
last chance to push through the most significant
domestic initiative remaining in his presidency.”
[In
Guatemala, Bush Vows to Push Immigration Changes
,
By Peter Baker, Washington Post, March 13, 2007]

Just so you are not
confused about the sophistication of this power play by
top ethnic and religious groups, ably abetted by the

US Chamber of Commerce
, a March 3rd article in the
Chicago Sun Times describes the vast
organizational skills being employed. It begins,


"The question probably went
through the minds of a few curious onlookers as they
rushed past the Federal Plaza at Dearborn and Adams
during the noon hour Wednesday: What would possess those
priests and their small crowd to be praying the rosary
outdoors on such a blustery day? For Wednesday was one
of those late-winter Chicago days where, at first, the
brisk air seemed palatable, but after any length of time
in it there was no mistaking that this was an
unpleasant, biting cold. What anyone hurrying by was
seeing Wednesday was the first of six multilingual
Lenten rosaries of hope. They are being led by members
of the

Priests for Justice for Immigrants,
an organization
of more than 130 archdiocesan priests, in conjunction
with the

Catholic Campaign of Immigration Reform."

[Immigration
reform fight not going away
March 3, 2007, By
Sue Ontiveros]

We have heard often from

Cardinal Mahony
of Los Angeles on how important it
is to bring as many poor,

uneducated illegal alien workers
into that city and
state, where gang crime is

burgeoning
to an all time high and the

Mayor
won`t

acknowledge
that the root of the problem is illegal
immigration.

So here it is. A bald,
bold grab for our precious birthrights by a greedy band
who see their best chance now and they are surely going
for it.

When will the voices of
the 80% of Americans who consistently want real
immigration reform be heard? It is outrageous to have
these

alien voices and their proxy pushers
ramming their
numbers into our country with no relief in sight.

Enforcement by the
Homeland Security Department is sporadic and politically
motivated. Bush`s Attorney General has discharged eight
seasoned, qualified US Attorneys for obviously political
reasons. The jury that convicted

Scooter Libby
saw him as the fall guy of higher ups.

Frankly, I believe that
impeachment of this President is overdue. Of course, my
Democratic Party leaders do not see political profit in
this just action, so it is not happening. But any of
them, Democrat or Republican who would facilitate with
another large amnesty this raging illegal immigration
invasion should be turned out of office as promptly as
possible.

A real reform bill would
make those here illegally self deport

over time
. Realizing that their own country is
ruthlessly exporting them to the US because its own
economic system doesn`t generate decent employment,
these good folks would over time simply go home.

Main stream immigration
reformers are not talking about mass roundups for
deportation. What most reformers want is a humane and
effective process that forces employers to insure that
they are hiring only those here legally. The FBI and
other branches are looking so hard for terrorists with
the most sophisticated techniques affordable, not nearly
enough effort is being focused on making personal ID
easy to ascertain.

This reform process does
not involve rocket science. It simply takes the will
power to recognize that our country does not need these
excess exported illegal aliens.

As pamphleteer patriot Tom
Paine

said in another context
at the

beginning of our Republic,
this approach is just

"common sense"
.
It could be done—if our elected
elites had the will to do so.

Donald A. Collins [email
him], is a freelance writer living in Washington DC and a former long time member of the board of FAIR, the Federation for American Immigration Reform. His views are his own.