Border Trash Is Still Piling Up by the Tons

According to the elite liberal media like the New York Times, the illegal immigration invasion is over, so we can all forget about it and concern ourselves with the Superbowl, the Oscars and getting around to an amnesty for mucho millions.

Conservatives For Romney

Both John Derbyshire and Ann Coulter are having warm feelings for Romney over the immigration issue.

No Immigrant Ever Does Wrong In The Headline

Steve Sailer's item below about immigrant affinity scams and subprime mortgages features a story headlined Financial Ruin of Immigrants Tied to Broker By Adam B. Ellick, NYT, January 9, 2012,  in which the broker is an immigrant himself, from Guyana, and so are his co-conspirators.

Romney: Deport Obama's Illegal Uncle Omar

Deport. It’s my favorite verb (next to self-deport, of course).


So it’s a fine thing to hear a major Presidential candidate say that a public lawbreaker with powerful connections should be sent home. That’s what happened on a Wednesday radio interview in Boston with Mitt Romney. The former Governor opined that Obama’s illegal alien drunk-driving uncle Onyango Obama (pictured below) should be deported.

GOP Leadership Frets over Romney Immigration Position

The Washington Post reports that some important suits in the Republican Party are getting antsy about Mitt Romney’s message of immigration enforcement. And even though the WP presents a rather extreme liberal worldview, and has no dissenting views (like what the citizens want), we already know that the growth of Hispanic demography is a scary topic to elite GOPers.

Lie, Cheat, and Steal

Then get rewarded with the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty. Illegal aliens Atanas, Mayia, and Enislav Entchev just got the amnesty and in return demanding that they be allowed to stay permanently. The initial claim is that they have lived here for 20 years and deserve to stay.

Reading between the lines, though, tells us the real story:

The Paramus Post December 15, 2011 by Mel Fabrikant

National Data | November Jobs American Worker Displacement Slightly Down From Obama Era Highs—But Blacks (!) Hard Hit

The U.S. economy created 120,000 jobs in November, according to the monthly survey of business payrolls. Unemployment fell to 8.6%, its lowest level in more than two and a half years, sayeth the Household survey. Good news, at least by the standards of an economy that seemed to be in a recessionary death spiral in late summer.

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