Election Over—Invasion Continues
Hats off to the
people of Arizona who voted a resounding YES on
Proposition 200, the grass-roots effort to de-privilege
And a hearty
belated congratulations to every real immigration
reformer`s favorite Congressman,
Tom Tancredo (R-CO). And to two new freshmen
representatives who just might give him some help in the
Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus – Steve King (R
– 5th district of Iowa) and
Tom Price (R – 6th district of Georgia).
But aside from
these few bright spots, the
illegal alien invasion continues.
And nobody knows
better the reality of what is in store for America than
the folks on the front lines in
Cochise County, Arizona.
From the county
refused to give a majority vote in the Republican
primary to their sitting Congressman Jim
"Arizona Amnesty" Kolbe, these Americans are way
ahead on the immigration learning curve.
And by approving
Proposition 200, Arizona knows full well that giving
benefits of any kind to illegal aliens, including
encourages (not discourages) illegal immigration.
that no matter how many
amnesty give-aways Congress and the Bush
Administration may come up with to "solve" illegal
immigration, come nightfall there`s always going to be
one more group of illegal aliens heading north on the
Vicente Fox Trail.
No matter how many
green cards and employment authorizations the
federal government issues, there will always be someone
who didn`t get one who decides to come in anyway.
Consider this photo essay of seventeen
"willing workers" heading north through Cochise
County, Arizona . . . and realize that until Congress
and the Bush Administration get serious about stopping
deporting illegal aliens and criminal alien
residents—the nightly incursions through America`s
backyards will continue unabated.
Somewhere on the
trail in Cochise County, Arizona — October, 2004.
workers" enter the U.S. surreptitiously and head north
from the Mexican border.
destination? Friend or foe? — No one knows.
Meet your new
neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. America . . . thanks to night
Photos provided by
John W. Slagle