In the Washington Post, Jeb Bush made the following statement about illegal immigration:
The way I look at this is someone who comes to our country because they couldn’t come legally, they come to our country because their families — the dad who loved their children — was worried that their children didn’t have food on the table. And they wanted to make sure their family was intact, and they crossed the border because they had no other means to work to be able to provide for their family. Yes, they broke the law, but it’s not a felony. It’s an act of love. It’s an act of commitment to your family.
What Jeb calls an act of love, I call a violation of the public trust in the most disgusting manner possible. I do not call the rape of America an act of love, I call it a violation of national Sovereignty. Sovereignty in this case should be defined as “an autonomous state”. You know, that thing we had before Democrats started getting votes by stuffing various polling areas with illegals who will always vote for a free handout. You know, that thing we had before Republicans started maximizing corporate campaign funding by encouraging the import of cheap illegal labor.
I wonder if Jeb considers stealing someone’s identity an act of love? When an Illegal fraudulently declares several dependents on his or her federal taxes, dependents that they do NOT have to prove exist, dependents who do not have to reside in the United States nor have U.S. social security numbers, is that an act of love? Gee Jeb, you are into some really kinky types of love!
I hate to break it to the out of touch rich boy Bush scion, but I am sick and tired of paying the bills for every damned illegal. I am tired of a government-corporate axis of evil that is doing everything it can to destroy wages in this nation and eliminate the educated middle-class. I am tired of politicians whose loyalty is not to this country. Put simply, I tired of the Bushes, the Clintons, and all of the other fucking family dynasties.
I feel sorry for the student who can’t get an in-state tuition to go to the college in another state even though many illegals can. I feel sorry for the guy who used to be able to feed his family with the earnings from his landscaping business, but can’t compete with illegals. I feel sorry for the scientists, technicians, engineers, and medical (STEM) professionals who can’t find jobs because of the H-1B visa scam that allows corporations to cry about the lack of STEM workers, lay off thousands of American STEM workers, and then import temporary foreign H-1B visa workers to work cheaper. I feel sorry for the neighborhoods that are filled violent illegals who were supposed to be deported but the government decided to let the poor illegals go, again. I feel sorry for the communities that have lost their hospitals because of illegals coming over the border and bankrupting them. I feel sorry for the taxpayers who have to pay for ballets in multiple languages because the government won’t declare English our national language. I feel sorry for the future Americans who will never see a middle-class. I feel sorry for the black voting block that will one day realize who was screwed the most by this game…
See Jeb, I have feelings too! Can’t call me unfeeling! Thing is, Jeb, my concern is for Americans. You know, that guys that pay the bills? You know, those people? The ones outside of the Washington D.C. beltway.
Let me make this simple for the idiots who don’t get it. If neither the constitution nor national boundaries mean anything, then we have anarchy. If we have anarchy, no one needs to follow any laws. If laws don’t need to be followed, we don’t need any political hacks feeding at the public trough making new laws…
Maybe Jeb is right, maybe we need to burn the constitution and make some adjustments, with love of course. Hey, it isn’t my idea, it’s Jeb’s.