The one party system at work….
The sounds of jaws dropping and hitting the floor across the country was never more audible than when the Republican party along with the talking potato heads at Faux News began promoting amnesty for 11 million immigrants who have entered the country illegally. The post election flip-flop was predictable. Rather than admit they canned a sure fire winner with Ron Paul in exchange for a corporate panderer that lacked any kind of personality but who would have continued the status quo without question, the GOP has decided that the problem must be those “Latino votes”. None of this is even slightly surprising.
As a nation, we are about to be the recipients of one of the greatest screw jobs in the history of mankind. The federal corporation, the one that we refer to as the “federal government” is in the process of negotiation between the warring factions of the one party system over how much amnesty will be given versus how big a hit social security is about to take.
The Democrat faction will cave in on Social Security as a trade for Republicans throwing their support behind a big giant amnesty bill. The federal corporation wins and we, the public, will get screwed harder than a prostitute at Bohemian Grove.
While at least 67% of Americans oppose any form of amnesty or so-called [comprehensive immigration reform] those righteous jackasses in the District of Criminals continue on as if we were not out here. For all intents and purposes…we aren’t. It is these same career politicians who have actively worked to prevent the border from being secured or the active deportation of illegal immigrants back to their home countries.
Deportation is sighted often as “cost-prohibitive” and yet not one of these pathological liars and thugs ever mentions the 2 billion + it costs the federal corporation (taxpayers) each year to support illegal immigrants. Not one mentions the costs to each individual state for social services benefits and free medical to illegal immigrants. California for instance, spends about 14.5 billion per year supporting its welfare population of illegal immigrants. I believe the federal and state combined billions would buy a lot of plane tickets with money to spare.
Cutting Social Security
The big behind the scenes trade-off is this: Republicans will support Comprehensive Immigration Reform (amnesty) and agree to leave the border open and unsecured so that the flood of immigrants continues unabated. In exchange, Democrats will support Republican efforts to cut Social Security.
The first cut to Social Security will be this: More