Impeach Bush—And/Or Abolish The EOIR?


On August 29, syndicated columnist

Patrick J. Buchanan
made a courageous call for
President Bush`s impeachment.

Buchanan

wrote
:


“Well, we are being
invaded, and the president of the United States is not
doing his duty to protect the states against that
invasion. Some courageous Republican, to get the
attention of this White House, should drop into the
hopper a bill of impeachment, charging George W. Bush
with a conscious refusal to uphold his oath and defend
the states of the Union against `invasion.`”

[A
national emergency
,”

by Patrick J. Buchanan,
August 29, 2005,
Creators Syndicate Inc.]

WorldNetDaily later reported that immigration reform
leader

Congressman Tom Tancredo
would not be taking
Buchanan up on his impeachment challenge anytime soon.

Tancredo was quoted as saying he would not pursue
impeachment because that “his immigration reform bill
[
H.R.
3333
] will do what is necessary to stem the flow
of illegal aliens into the U.S.”
[Tancredo
won`t initiate Bush impeachment
,
By Ron Strom,
September 2, 2005]

But Tancredo`s

H.R. 3333
does absolutely nothing to break the
immigration litigation log-jam and deport aliens through
summary removal.

In fact, H.R. 3333 goes in exactly the opposite
direction—by hiring more government attorneys to
appear in EOIR Immigration Court hearings
. [Section
207
]

The
problem is that there are

too many lawyers

involved in alien deportation already—not too few.

This is the story to date:

You think that when the

Border Patrol arrests
an

illegal alien
, the alien gets sent back immediately,
right?

Wrong.

You think that when an Immigration and Customs
Enforcement (ICE) agent finds a convicted criminal alien
resident (green
card
holder) who is removable for immigration
violations, the alien gets deported right away, right?

Wrong.

This is what really happens: Most arrested aliens are
entitled to

remain in the United States
during years of
litigation before the

EOIR
—an agency within U.S. Department of Justice—the
Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal, and even (on
occasions) before the U.S. Supreme Court.

The process of deporting illegal aliens and criminal
aliens from the United States is far from being a system
of

summary removal
.

Like just about everything else in America these days,
it has been condemned to slow death by lawyers and
federal judges—rigged in favor of

relief from removal
through endless federal
litigation.

Under the current state of the

Immigration and Nationality Act
, the
behind-closed-doors deportation proceedings of the
federal immigration bureaucracy are in reality more like
“get to stay” proceedings.

It is a system of
the Open Borders interests, by
the lawyers, and for
the aliens.

And that`s exactly what the

Treason Lobby
doesn`t want you to know.

The federal immigration litigation bureaucracy is the
Treason Lobby`s “ace in the hole” in these times
of citizen outrage over the flood tide of illegal
immigration.

And no matter how loudly American citizens scream over


“border enforcement,”
the process for actually
removing illegal aliens and criminal aliens has so far
remained rigged.

That`s why courageous citizen efforts like the

Minuteman Project
are

not enough
to actually

deport aliens
.

That`s why landmark citizen initiatives like Proposition
187, Proposition 200 and the current

California Border Police
initiative are


not enough

to deport aliens.

The Treason Lobby and its handmaidens in the

media
and the

private immigration bar
don`t want you to know that
the Department of Justice`s Executive Office for
Immigration Review (EOIR), its nationwide U.S.
Immigration Court system, and its internal appellate
operation called the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
even exists.

When is the last time you`ve ever seen the word
“EOIR”
in print in a newspaper?

The Treason Lobby has done its job well.

In reviewing the landmark

California Border Police
initiative currently
underway in the Golden State, I recently

wrote
:


[A]ny
increased boots-on-the-ground immigration enforcement by
police officers, immigration agents, the U.S. Border
Patrol—or even a citizen

Border Protection Corps
—also desperately needs
companion immigration legislation from Congress to see
to it that the aliens arrested for immigration
violations are actually deported!”

When was the last time you`ve seen any effort in
Congress to streamline the process of deporting
aliens—in even the best immigration enforcement bills
currently in Congress?

Answer: the last time was in 1996, when Congress granted
expedited removal authority…which

still
has yet to be implemented as written.

Want to make a difference for immigration law
enforcement?

Then realize that abolishing the current
perpetual litigation system in favor of

summary removal
will do more to remove illegal
aliens and criminal alien residents from our shores than
America has ever seen.


Immigration law enforcement
desperately needs
Congress to fire a laser-guided missile of legislation
down the main air-conditioning vent of the EOIR and the
federal immigration bureaucracy.

Impeachment or no, America still waits for that
courageous Congressman to drop a

summary removal
bill into the hopper.

What about it, Mr. Tancredo?


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

DeportAliens.com
.