Monday, July 9, 2012

MEXICO AND OBAMA'S ASSAULT ON ARIZONA'S BORDERS!





ANOTHER NARCOMEX TUNNEL FOUND ALONG OBAMA’S OPEN AND UNDEFENDED AZ BORDERS!




PLEASE EMAIL THIS BLOG POSTING TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS! YOUR STATE IS NEXT TO FALL TO MEXICO!

WILL ARIZONA BECOME THE NEXT LA RAZA-OCCUPIED MEXICAN WELFARE STATE LIKE CA?

WILL MEXICO BANKRUPT AMERICA LIKE IT HAS CA?




OBAMA HAS ALWAYS PUSHED TO PUT ILLEGALS IN OUR JOBS. HIS SEC. of (illegal) LABOR IS A LA RAZA SUPREMACIST!

OBAMA SUED THE STATE of ARIZONA TO SABOTAGE E-VERIFY, WHICH WOULD EFFECTIVELY END ILLEGALS GETTING OUR JOBS USING STOLEN SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS.

DEMS ARE THE PARTY of ILLEGALS.

IN MEX-OCCUPIED MEXIFORNIA – THE LA RAZA WELFARE STATE, THE LA RAZA FACTION (illegals) of the CA STATE LEGISLATURE, PASSED A LAW MAKING IT ILLEGAL FOR EMPLOYERS TO USE E-VERIFY. LA RAZA DEM JERRY BROWN COULDN’T SIGN IT FAST ENOUGH!

LA RAZA SEN. DIANNE FEINSTEIN HAS LONG HIRED ILLEGALS AT HER S.F. HOTEL, ONLY MILES FROM HER $16 MILLION DOLLAR WAR PROFITEER’S MANSION.

LA RAZA NANCY PELOSI HAS LONG HIRED ILLEGALS AT HER ST. HELENA, NAPA WINERY. SHE’S VOWED THE WALL WILL NEVER BE BUILT.

SEN. BARBARA BOXER, and REID OF LA RAZA-OCCUPIED NEVADA WERE BOTH REELECTED ON OBAMA’S PLATFORM OF OPEN BORDERS, NO REAL WALL, NO E-VERIFY, GRINGO-PAID DREAM ACTS, MUCHO WELFARE FOR ANCHOR BABY BREEDERS AND AMNESTY, or at least CONTINUED NON-ENFORCEMENT.

LOOK AROUND YOU! WHERE DO YOU SEE AN NON-HISPANIC IN A JOB? NOT IN THE SERVICE OR HOSPITALITY SECTORS. NOT IN CONSTRUCTION.



GIVING ILLEGALS OUR JOBS, EVEN DURING THIS PERIOD OF UNEMPLOYMENT CRISIS IS HOW THEY BUY THE ILLEGALS’ VOTES.

THE MEXICAN OCCUPATION OF 40 MILLION ILLEGALS, WHICH NOW IS EXPANDING ACROSS OUR ENTIRE NATION, KEEPS WAGES DEPRESSED FROM $300 TO $400 BILLION PER YEAR!



YOU WONDERED WHY MOST OF THE FORTUNE 500 AND THE U.S. CHAMBER of COMMERCE FIGHTS AGAINST E-VERIFY, AND ARE GENEROUS DONORS TO THE MEXICAN FASCIST PARTY of LA RAZA?

OBAMA’S IMPERIAL AMNESTY – THE DEMS’ PROGRAM OF BIT BY BIT BY BIT AMNESTY UNTIL THERE ARE ENOUGH ILLEGAL VOTING THEY WILL HAVE VOTED FOR EVEN MORE LA RAZA IN PUBLIC OFFICE THAN ARE THERE ALREADY!



VIVA LA RAZA? PUSH 2 FOR ENGLISH! IT’S HERE ALREADY!!!

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THE REALITY OF OBAMA’S LA RAZA AGENDA: Illegals Come First – GRINGOS GET THE TAX BILLS TO PAY FOR THE MEX INVASION, OCCUPATION, WELFARE STATE and CRIME TIDAL WAVE!



FAIRUS.org

FEDERATION FOR AMERICAN IMMIGRATION REFORM

FAIR CHARACTERIZES THE OBAMA, AND LA RAZA DEMS PLAN FOR AMNESTY AS FOLLOWS:

That's why, throughout 2009 FAIR has been tracking every move the administration and Congress has made to undermine our immigration laws, reward illegal aliens and burden taxpayers.

  • Foot-dragging on proven methods of immigration law enforcement including border structures and E-Verify.
  • Appointment of several illegal alien advocates to important administration posts.
  • Watering down of the 287(g) program to limit local law in their own jurisdictions.
  • Health care reform that mandates a “public option” for newly-arrived legal immigrants as well as illegal aliens.


Mexico discovers drug tunnel under Arizona border - OBAMA'S OPEN and UNDEFENDED BORDERS!

Mexico discovers drug tunnel under Arizona border

SURELY YOU DIDN'T EXPECT OBAMA'S LA RAZA DEPT. OF HOMELAND SECURITY TO FIND A NAROCO TUNNEL?!?!?!?

Feds name 4 suspects linked to slaying of Arizona border agent

The suspects at large were identified as Jesus Rosario Favela-Astorga, 31; Ivan Soto-Barraza, 34; Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes, 34; and Lionel Portillo-Meza, said to be in his mid-20s to early 30s.

Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/20120709arizona-fast-and-furious-border-agent-terry-death-suspects.html#ixzz209hHymms


August 13, 2011

Resistance Widens to Obama Initiative on Criminal

Immigrants




BOSTON — Mayor Thomas Menino, who often invokes his heritage as the grandson of an Italian immigrant, was one of the first local leaders in the country to embrace a federal program intended to improve community safety by deporting dangerous immigrant criminals.

But five years after Boston became a testing ground for the fingerprinting program, known as Secure Communities, Mr. Menino is one of the latest local officials to sour on it and seek to withdraw. He found that many immigrants the program deported from Boston, though here illegally, had committed no crimes. The mayor believed it was eroding hard-earned ties between Boston’s police force and its melting-pot mix of ethnic neighborhoods.

Last month, Mr. Menino sent a letter to the program with a blunt assessment. “Secure Communities is negatively impacting public safety,” he wrote, asking how Boston could get out.

On Aug. 5, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which runs the program, gave an equally blunt response. Its director, John Morton, announced he was canceling all agreements that 40 states and cities had signed to start Secure Communities. Their assent was not legally required, he said, and he planned to move ahead anyway to extend the program nationwide by 2013.

So Boston’s mayor, together with a growing number of other state and local officials, is stuck.

Mr. Menino’s disenchantment illustrates the widening resistance from cities and states that is troubling one of President Obama’s most far-reaching programs to toughen enforcement against illegal immigration.

Administration officials are pressing ahead, saying that information-sharing laws passed after the Sept. 11 attacks mandate the program. The clash will gain a higher profile this month, when a task force Mr. Morton named to recommend fixes is to hold public hearings in a half-dozen cities.

In an interview, Mr. Menino was alternately worried and indignant about the program.

“We need those community folks to tell us what is going on out there,” said the mayor, a Democrat who has run Boston for 18 years. As a result of Secure Communities, he said, word is out in Boston that patrol officers are working with federal agents to deport immigrants for offenses as minor as traffic violations.

“What’s happening is, we’re losing the trust of the immigrant community in Boston,” he said.

Obama administration officials vigorously defend Secure Communities, saying it is essential for identifying immigrant gang members and other violent criminals arrested by the local police, so federal agents can focus on deporting them. Officials say they are taking steps to avoid deporting foreigners detained for immigration violations, which generally are civil, not criminal, offenses.

In a July 25 letter defending his strategy, Mr. Obama said that deportations of convicted criminals over all increased by 70 percent in 2010 over 2008, while the share of noncriminals among deportees was declining. “The increase in the proportion of criminal removals demonstrates that this strategy is having a real impact,” the president wrote.

Under Secure Communities, the fingerprints of anyone booked into jail are checked against the F.B.I.’s criminal databases —long a routine police practice — and forwarded to the Department of Homeland Security to be run through its databases, which record immigration violations. If an immigration check yields a match, the immigration agency decides whether to detain the foreigner for deportation.

After several pilot projects like the one Boston started in 2006, the agency formally inaugurated Secure Communities in Houston in October 2008. It quickly expanded, with little fanfare or protest, to about 1,500 counties or other jurisdictions, about half the 3,181 jurisdictions in the nation.

But this year three governors — including Deval Patrick of Massachusetts, as well as Pat Quinn of Illinois and Andrew M. Cuomo of New York, all Democrats — announced that they wanted to pull out, as did officials in Los Angeles and San Francisco. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus and more than 200 immigrant groups have asked Mr. Obama to suspend the program.

Mr. Morton has addressed some complaints. In June, he issued new guidelines giving immigration agents broad discretion to halt deportations of noncriminal illegal immigrants. He traveled to places of dissent, including Boston, working to eliminate confusion — which he acknowledged the immigration agency had created — over whether jurisdictions could opt out.

Mr. Morton set up the task force, which includes police chiefs, immigration lawyers and representatives of immigration agent unions. Its chairman, Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum, said the group quickly set aside Mr. Morton’s assignment to deliver recommendations in 45 days. Its first hearing was this week in Dallas; others scheduled so far will be in Los Angeles; Chicago; Arlington, Va.; and Boston.

In Boston, where about 200,000 immigrants make up one-quarter of the population, Mr. Menino said he was originally attracted to Secure Communities because immigrant leaders liked the sound of it. “A person with a homicide or major crime, immigrants don’t want them in their community either,” he said.

Problems started earlier this year when advocacy groups released immigration data showing that more than half of 313 immigrants deported from Boston under the program had no criminal convictions. Many had been detained in traffic stops.

Boston’s police commissioner, Edward Davis, had been a Secure Communities supporter, because his records showed that it had removed many violent criminal immigrants from Boston jails. But he concluded from the new figures that immigration officials had misled him.

They specifically told us they would not be removing people with traffic offenses,” Mr. Davis said. “They said they wouldn’t and now they have.”

Mr. Davis said he was taken aback by the indifference of immigration officials to his questions. “This is a throwback to the bad old days of the federal agencies before 9/11, when we did not have cooperation,” he said. “It is really disconcerting that they are not at all concerned about our precarious situation with immigrant communities.”

At the end of the school year, Mr. Menino held a lunch for about 30 valedictorians graduating from Boston high schools. He discovered that six of the city’s highest-ranking students were illegal immigrants. Then he began to hear stories of immigrants snared by Secure Communities.

One was Leonardo Machado, 35, an illegal immigrant and a construction worker from Brazil who was stopped by a traffic officer because a rear brake light was out. He did not have a valid driver’s license. Immigration agents went to traffic court and led him away in ankle and foot chains.

Mr. Machado agreed to leave for Brazil, along with his Brazilian wife and 5-year-old-son, a Boston-born American citizen. “I am not fighting against the laws,” Mr. Machado said as he prepared his departure. “But I am not a criminal, and my wife and my little son are not criminals. They did not have to humiliate us like that.”

Heloisa Galvao, executive director of the Brazilian Women’s Group here, said: “People listen to these stories. Lately the people are scared of the police because they think the police are involved in immigration.”

Mr. Menino said a July 7 meeting he held with immigrant leaders had persuaded him to try to cancel the program. He did not hide his anger when immigration officials said it would continue.

“People will start to say the police are gestapos,” the mayor said. “My police aren’t gestapos. You can’t be a bureaucrat in Washington and just say, ‘We don’t care.’ ”

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206 Most wanted criminals in Los Angeles. Out of 206 criminals--183 are hispanic---171 of those are wanted for Murder.

Why do Americans still protect the illegals??
http://www.dailybreeze.com/ci_11255121?appSession=934140935651450&RecordID=&PageID=2&PrevPageID=&cpipage=1&CPISortType=&CPIorderBy=
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TEN MOST WANTED CRIMINALS IN CALIFORNIA ARE MEXICANS!
http://ag.ca.gov/wanted/mostwanted.php?fid=mostWantedFugitives_2010-01

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http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=53103


Did you know illegals kill 12 Americans a day?

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http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/bloggers/1738432/posts

FBI Crime Statistics - Crimes committed by illegals.

latimes.com

Opinion

California must stem the flow of illegal immigrants

The state should go after employers who hire them, curb taxpayer-funded benefits, deploy the National Guard to help the feds at the border and penalize 'sanctuary' cities.


Illegal immigration is another matter entirely. With the state budget in tatters, millions of residents out of work and a state prison system strained by massive overcrowding, California simply cannot continue to ignore the strain that illegal immigration puts on our budget and economy. Illegal aliens cost taxpayers in our state billions of dollars each year. As economist Philip J. Romero concluded in a 2007 study, "illegal immigrants impose a 'tax' on legal California residents in the tens of billions of dollars."

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The danger, as Washington Post economics columnist Robert Samuelson argues, is that of “importing poverty” in the form of a new underclass—a permanent group of working poor.

NOT ONE LEGAL VOTED TO BE LOOTED BY MEXICO!
“In his state of the union address to the Mexican nation, Calderon established his imperialistic imperatives: "I have said that Mexico does not stop at its border, that wherever there is a Mexican, there is Mexico. And, for this reason, the government action on behalf of our countrymen is guided by principles, for the defense and protection of their rights."

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"We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him." --- La Raza early founder, Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez.

MEXICAN TERRORIST - Feds name 4 suspects linked to slaying of Arizona border agent - MURDERING MEXICANS JESUS ROSARIO FAVELA-ASTORGA, IVAN SOTO-BARRAZA, HERCALIO OSORIO-ARELLANES and LIONEL PORTILLO-MEZA

Feds name 4 suspects linked to slaying of Arizona border agent

The suspects at large were identified as Jesus Rosario Favela-Astorga, 31; Ivan Soto-Barraza, 34; Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes, 34; and Lionel Portillo-Meza, said to be in his mid-20s to early 30s.

Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/20120709arizona-fast-and-furious-border-agent-terry-death-suspects.html#ixzz209hHymms


August 13, 2011

Resistance Widens to Obama Initiative on Criminal

Immigrants




BOSTON — Mayor Thomas Menino, who often invokes his heritage as the grandson of an Italian immigrant, was one of the first local leaders in the country to embrace a federal program intended to improve community safety by deporting dangerous immigrant criminals.

But five years after Boston became a testing ground for the fingerprinting program, known as Secure Communities, Mr. Menino is one of the latest local officials to sour on it and seek to withdraw. He found that many immigrants the program deported from Boston, though here illegally, had committed no crimes. The mayor believed it was eroding hard-earned ties between Boston’s police force and its melting-pot mix of ethnic neighborhoods.

Last month, Mr. Menino sent a letter to the program with a blunt assessment. “Secure Communities is negatively impacting public safety,” he wrote, asking how Boston could get out.

On Aug. 5, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which runs the program, gave an equally blunt response. Its director, John Morton, announced he was canceling all agreements that 40 states and cities had signed to start Secure Communities. Their assent was not legally required, he said, and he planned to move ahead anyway to extend the program nationwide by 2013.

So Boston’s mayor, together with a growing number of other state and local officials, is stuck.

Mr. Menino’s disenchantment illustrates the widening resistance from cities and states that is troubling one of President Obama’s most far-reaching programs to toughen enforcement against illegal immigration.

Administration officials are pressing ahead, saying that information-sharing laws passed after the Sept. 11 attacks mandate the program. The clash will gain a higher profile this month, when a task force Mr. Morton named to recommend fixes is to hold public hearings in a half-dozen cities.

In an interview, Mr. Menino was alternately worried and indignant about the program.

“We need those community folks to tell us what is going on out there,” said the mayor, a Democrat who has run Boston for 18 years. As a result of Secure Communities, he said, word is out in Boston that patrol officers are working with federal agents to deport immigrants for offenses as minor as traffic violations.

“What’s happening is, we’re losing the trust of the immigrant community in Boston,” he said.

Obama administration officials vigorously defend Secure Communities, saying it is essential for identifying immigrant gang members and other violent criminals arrested by the local police, so federal agents can focus on deporting them. Officials say they are taking steps to avoid deporting foreigners detained for immigration violations, which generally are civil, not criminal, offenses.

In a July 25 letter defending his strategy, Mr. Obama said that deportations of convicted criminals over all increased by 70 percent in 2010 over 2008, while the share of noncriminals among deportees was declining. “The increase in the proportion of criminal removals demonstrates that this strategy is having a real impact,” the president wrote.

Under Secure Communities, the fingerprints of anyone booked into jail are checked against the F.B.I.’s criminal databases — long a routine police practice — and forwarded to the Department of Homeland Security to be run through its databases, which record immigration violations. If an immigration check yields a match, the immigration agency decides whether to detain the foreigner for deportation.

After several pilot projects like the one Boston started in 2006, the agency formally inaugurated Secure Communities in Houston in October 2008. It quickly expanded, with little fanfare or protest, to about 1,500 counties or other jurisdictions, about half the 3,181 jurisdictions in the nation.

But this year three governors — including Deval Patrick of Massachusetts, as well as Pat Quinn of Illinois and Andrew M. Cuomo of New York, all Democrats — announced that they wanted to pull out, as did officials in Los Angeles and San Francisco. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus and more than 200 immigrant groups have asked Mr. Obama to suspend the program.

Mr. Morton has addressed some complaints. In June, he issued new guidelines giving immigration agents broad discretion to halt deportations of noncriminal illegal immigrants. He traveled to places of dissent, including Boston, working to eliminate confusion — which he acknowledged the immigration agency had created — over whether jurisdictions could opt out.

Mr. Morton set up the task force, which includes police chiefs, immigration lawyers and representatives of immigration agent unions. Its chairman, Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum, said the group quickly set aside Mr. Morton’s assignment to deliver recommendations in 45 days. Its first hearing was this week in Dallas; others scheduled so far will be in Los Angeles; Chicago; Arlington, Va.; and Boston.

In Boston, where about 200,000 immigrants make up one-quarter of the population, Mr. Menino said he was originally attracted to Secure Communities because immigrant leaders liked the sound of it. “A person with a homicide or major crime, immigrants don’t want them in their community either,” he said.

Problems started earlier this year when advocacy groups released immigration data showing that more than half of 313 immigrants deported from Boston under the program had no criminal convictions. Many had been detained in traffic stops.

Boston’s police commissioner, Edward Davis, had been a Secure Communities supporter, because his records showed that it had removed many violent criminal immigrants from Boston jails. But he concluded from the new figures that immigration officials had misled him.

They specifically told us they would not be removing people with traffic offenses,” Mr. Davis said. “They said they wouldn’t and now they have.”

Mr. Davis said he was taken aback by the indifference of immigration officials to his questions. “This is a throwback to the bad old days of the federal agencies before 9/11, when we did not have cooperation,” he said. “It is really disconcerting that they are not at all concerned about our precarious situation with immigrant communities.”

At the end of the school year, Mr. Menino held a lunch for about 30 valedictorians graduating from Boston high schools. He discovered that six of the city’s highest-ranking students were illegal immigrants. Then he began to hear stories of immigrants snared by Secure Communities.

One was Leonardo Machado, 35, an illegal immigrant and a construction worker from Brazil who was stopped by a traffic officer because a rear brake light was out. He did not have a valid driver’s license. Immigration agents went to traffic court and led him away in ankle and foot chains.

Mr. Machado agreed to leave for Brazil, along with his Brazilian wife and 5-year-old-son, a Boston-born American citizen. “I am not fighting against the laws,” Mr. Machado said as he prepared his departure. “But I am not a criminal, and my wife and my little son are not criminals. They did not have to humiliate us like that.”

Heloisa Galvao, executive director of the Brazilian Women’s Group here, said: “People listen to these stories. Lately the people are scared of the police because they think the police are involved in immigration.”

Mr. Menino said a July 7 meeting he held with immigrant leaders had persuaded him to try to cancel the program. He did not hide his anger when immigration officials said it would continue.

“People will start to say the police are gestapos,” the mayor said. “My police aren’t gestapos. You can’t be a bureaucrat in Washington and just say, ‘We don’t care.’ ”

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206 Most wanted criminals in Los Angeles. Out of 206 criminals--183 are hispanic---171 of those are wanted for Murder.

Why do Americans still protect the illegals??

http://www.dailybreeze.com/ci_11255121?appSession=934140935651450&RecordID=&PageID=2&PrevPageID=&cpipage=1&CPISortType=&CPIorderBy=

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TEN MOST WANTED CRIMINALS IN CALIFORNIA ARE MEXICANS!
http://ag.ca.gov/wanted/mostwanted.php?fid=mostWantedFugitives_2010-01

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http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=53103


Did you know illegals kill 12 Americans a day?

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http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/bloggers/1738432/posts

FBI Crime Statistics - Crimes committed by illegals.

latimes.com

Opinion

California must stem the flow of illegal immigrants

The state should go after employers who hire them, curb taxpayer-funded benefits, deploy the National Guard to help the feds at the border and penalize 'sanctuary' cities.


Illegal immigration is another matter entirely. With the state budget in tatters, millions of residents out of work and a state prison system strained by massive overcrowding, California simply cannot continue to ignore the strain that illegal immigration puts on our budget and economy. Illegal aliens cost taxpayers in our state billions of dollars each year. As economist Philip J. Romero concluded in a 2007 study, "illegal immigrants impose a 'tax' on legal California residents in the tens of billions of dollars."


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The danger, as Washington Post economics columnist Robert Samuelson argues, is that of “importing poverty” in the form of a new underclass—a permanent group of working poor.

NOT ONE LEGAL VOTED TO BE LOOTED BY MEXICO!
“In his state of the union address to the Mexican nation, Calderon established his imperialistic imperatives: "I have said that Mexico does not stop at its border, that wherever there is a Mexican, there is Mexico. And, for this reason, the government action on behalf of our countrymen is guided by principles, for the defense and protection of their rights."

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"We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him." --- La Raza early founder, Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez.

MEXICO ANSWERS OBAMA'S CALLS FOR MORE ILLEGAL VOTERS - MINORS FLOOD U.S. OPEN BORDERS FOR OBAMA'S IMPERIAL DREAM ACT


FOR EVERY ILLEGAL THEY CATCH AT OUR BORDERS, THERE ARE ABOUT EIGHT THAT CLIMB NOT ONLY OUR BORDERS, BUT OUR JOBS, GRINGO-PAID DREAM ACTS OR MEX GANGS!

NOW ADD ALL THE PARENTS THAT WILL CLIMB OUR BORDERS FROM MEXICO TO LOOT!

Number of Illegal Alien Minors Crossing Border Alone Continues to Grow

According to recently released U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) figures, 15,590 unaccompanied illegal alien minors have crossed the border so far this fiscal year. (MSNBC, July 3, 2012) The CBP defines unaccompanied illegal alien minors as those under the age of 18 who are traveling without their parents or guardians. (Id.) This figure marks a significant increase over the past two years. Over the same time period in 2011, the number of unaccompanied illegal alien minors was 10,776; and in 2010, it was 13,267. (Id.) In fact, during 2011 alone, the total number of unaccompanied minors apprehended was 16,607. (CNS News, June 12, 2012)

The significant growth in the number of unaccompanied illegal alien minors comes at the same time as the Obama Administration has significantly relaxed immigration enforcement. Most recently, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano issued a memo last month that offered to grant "deferred action" status and work authorization to illegal aliens between the ages of sixteen and thirty who are already in the country. (See FAIR Legislative Update, June 19, 2012)

This new policy of granting deferred action has the potential to encourage even more illegal border crossings by minors. This is mainly because one of the prerequisites to receiving deferred action is presence in the U.S. as of June 15, 2012 (although Administration officials suggested during a stakeholder phone call the exact cut-off date was still being determined). While future border crossers will not meet that deadline, once in the U.S., they will likely forge documents to establish eligibility.

Meanwhile both Republicans and Democrats in Congress continue to voice support for the DREAM Act, which would grant permanent amnesty to virtually all illegal alien minors. Rep. David Rivera (R-FL), and Sens. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) and Jon Kyl (R-AZ), have all touted competing versions of the DREAM Act. (See H.R. 5869, May 30, 2012; see also FAIR Legislative Update, April 2, 2012) Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), who appears to have been working with Sens. Hutchison and Kyl, has been touting his own version of the DREAM Act for months, but announced he is now withholding introducing it until after the November elections, on account of the Administration rolling out its June amnesty memo. (See FAIR Legislative Update, June 19, 2012; see also The Hill, June 18, 2012)

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WE ARE MEXICO’S WELFARE SYSTEM!

AND IT COSTS US BILLIONS!


MEXICAN CONSULATES ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR LA RAZA SUPREMACY AND FOR THE EXPANSION OF THE MEXICAN OCCUPATION. THEY ALSO HAND OUT PHONY CONSULATE IDS LIKE GROCERY STORE COUPONS!
The Mexican consul in Los Angeles proudly announced that nearly 300,000 Mexicans in the area have benefited from his government's health referral program, which he says actually saves the county money by encouraging immigrants to seek preventive care rather than waiting for more expensive emergency treatment.
CALIFORNIA HOSPITALS LEGALLY FORCED TO HAND OUT “FREE”MEDICAL TO MEXICO!


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Illegal Aliens Bump U.S. Citizens For Mental Healthcare ANOTHER CASE OF LA RAZA SUPREMACY?

Last Updated: Mon, 03/08/2010 - 3:20pm

In the latest outrage involving illegal immigration, mentally ill U.S. citizens in Florida are being placed on waiting lists for treatment because public facilities are overcrowded with illegal aliens.

As if this weren’t disturbing enough, state officials want to turn the illegal immigrants over to federal authorities but patient confidentiality laws forbid it because it would violate the illegal aliens’ privacy. The baffling information was revealed this week by a northern Florida newspaper that says the crisis puts the state at the forefront of a national debate over whether illegal immigrants should enjoy the same rights to public health care as legal residents.

SUNSHINE STATE ANNUALLY SPENDS $165 MILLION FOR HEALTHCARE FOR ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS

The Sunshine State annually spends about $165 million on healthcare for illegal immigrants. A chunk of that, nearly $20 million, was spent to provide mental health care at public institutions for at least 86 illegal aliens, according to a November survey quoted in the piece. The cost is likely much higher, authorities say, because there are probably more unidentified undocumented immigrants in custody.

This has presented a huge burden on the state’s mental health resources and created a waiting list of 60 beds for those legal U.S. residents and citizens who need care. State lawmakers who oppose the current system have spoken out against it but failed to take action. The Republican who chairs Florida’s healthcare policy committee points out that it would be more appropriate for the illegal immigrants to “go back to their countries and get treatment there,” but so far has done nothing to remedy the situation.

U.S TAXPAYERS SPEND TENS OF BILLIONS TO PROVIDE “FREE” MEDICAL CARE FOR ILLEGALS. MEXICO IS PUSHING TO EXPAND THIS SIGNIFICANTLY. SO IS OBAMA, PELOSI, FEINSTEIN, BOXER, REID!

U.S. taxpayers spend tens of billions of dollars annually to provide free medical care for illegal immigrants nationwide with states that border Mexico taking the biggest hit. The expense has become so unbearable in California—long an illegal alien sanctuary—that several municipalities eliminated the perk last year to save tens of millions of dollars in the midst of the state’s dire financial crisis.

MEXICO OPERATES LA RAZA MEDIA TO PROMOTE EXPANSION OF THE MEXICAN WELFARE STATE.

Adding to the problem is the fact that Mexico, the country that provides the largest amount of illegal immigrants in the U.S., has long promoted America’s generous public health centers. It even operates a Spanish-language program (Ventanillas de Salud, Health Windows) in about a dozen U.S. cities that refers its nationals—living in the country illegally—to clinics where they can get free medical care without being turned over to immigration authorities.

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For some, a struggle WHO THINKS ABOUT THE STRUGGLE OF THE AMERICANS? WELL, NOT HISPANDERING OBAMA!
Some illegal immigrants have used stolen Social Security numbers to qualify for health programs -- a form of medical identity theft increasingly on hospital radars. Many more scramble to pay for their medicine and doctors visits in cash, a challenge in an economy where day-laborer work has dried up.
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LA RAZA, THE RACIST MEXICAN SUPREMACIST FASCIST PART FOR “THE RACE”DEMANDS EVEN MORE GRINGO WELFARE.

FAIR Legislative Update - June 22, 2009

La Raza Demands Obama's Health Reform Plan Cover Illegal Aliens ... AND IT DOES EVEN THOUGH OBAMA LIED IN THE FACES OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE FROM THE SENATE FLOOR - STATE of the UNION MESSAGE!!!
On Monday, June 15, the National Council of La Raza (La Raza), an open borders advocacy group, issued a statement calling upon Congress to ensure that illegal aliens are given health benefits if and when Congress considers health care reform.

La Raza's statement "strongly urge[d] President Obama and Congress to make every effort to ensure that health care reform reaches all communities" in the United States, and stressed that "one out of every three uninsured persons and roughly 40% of all uninsured children [in the United States] are Latino," and demanded "health care reform that makes coverage affordable and accessible for everyone — all families and all children."
SINCE WHEN HAVE THE MEXICAN FLAG WAVERS EVER “ACCEPTED THEIR RESPONSIBILITY” FOR ANYTHING? THEY’RE HERE TO PILLAGE ONLY.

La Raza President and CEO Janet MurguĂ­a used the statement to emphasize that "everyone in the U.S. should contribute to a new health system," and that "Latinos [would] accept their responsibility" to contribute to a new health care system and "will pay their fair share for the health coverage they need." While the statement does not reference illegal immigration specifically, or distinguish between legal and illegal aliens, it does express concern that adding new, expensive verification and documentation procedures for immigrants would "severely restrict access to health care coverage." (La Raza Press Release, June 15, 2009).



A NATION OF LAWS? INTERESTING CONCEPT THAT DOES NOT APPEAR TO APPLY TO ILLEGALS OR THE LA RAZA INFESTED OBAMA ADMINISTRATION.

THERE ARE ONLY EIGHT (8) STATES WITH A POPULATION GREATER THAN LOS ANGELES COUNTY WHERE 90% OF ALL SERVICE SECTOR AND CONSTRUCTION JOBS ARE HELD BY ILLEGALS USING STOLEN SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS.

NEARLY ONE-THIRD OF ALL L.A. DRIVERS ARE ILLEGALS DRIVING ILLEGALLY, UNLICENSED AND UNINSURED.

OBAMA IS DETERMINED TO GET THE ILLEGALS’ VOTES BY PROMISING THEM OUR JOBS. HE’S SABOTAGED E-VERIFY TO DO SO, AND HIS SEC. of (illegal) LABOR IS LA RAZA SUPREMACIST HILDA SOLIS!

OBAMA’S AGENDA IS AMNESTY or continued NON-ENFORCEMENT until there are so many illegals voting, they will elect another LA RAZA SUPREMACIST like OBAMA!


“We should not forget that we are a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants,” Napolitano said.


DREAM Act stalled, Obama halts deportations for young illegal immigrants (+video)

Obama issued an executive order to halt the deportation of young immigrants brought to the US illegally. With Congress sharply divided on the DREAM Act, the politically charged move should help the president with Latino voters.

By Kevin Loria, Contributor / June 15, 2012

New York

The administration has been under considerable pressure to take action on the behalf of young immigrants, as Congress has been sharply divided about the DREAM Act, proposed legislation that grants conditional residency to select young people brought to the US illegally.

The policy comes as a relief for thousands of young people who are caught in a difficult situation where they consider the United States home but don’t have legal residency. It also should help President Obama – locked in a difficult reelection battle – with Latino voters, who have criticized the administration’s deportation policies.

The new policy will not provide any pathway to permanent residency, but should energize both immigration activists and opponents as the election approaches.


In recent weeks, young activists who call themselves “dreamers” have occupied Obama campaign offices around the country to call for action.

The policy was announced Friday morning by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

“Effective immediately, young people who were brought to the US through no fault of their own as children and who meet certain criteria will be eligible to receive deferred action for a period of 2 years and that period will be subject to renewal,” she said.

Mr. Obama will address the issue Friday afternoon from the White House, but news of the executive order created excitement in the immigrant community.

Roberto Gonzalez, a leading expert on immigration issues at the University of Chicago, says, “Students are really excited. This is not the DREAM Act and doesn’t resolve everything for these students, but it’s a huge step forward for this community.”

Under the executive order, individuals need to be at least sixteen years old and no older than thirty to be eligible for the deferred action policy. They need to have been brought to the United States before they turned sixteen and need to have resided in the country for at least five continuous years before their application. They also need to be currently in school, or to have graduated from high school or gotten a G.E.D., or have been honorably discharged from the military.

Individuals will be ineligible if they have been convicted of a felony offense, a significant misdemeanor, or multiple minor misdemeanors, or pose some other threat to national security.

Explaining the rationale for the executive order, Secretary Napolitano said that US immigration laws “are not designed to be blindly enforced without consideration given to the individual circumstances of each case. Nor are they designed to remove productive young people to countries where they may not have lived or even speak the language.”

Officials described the order as an act of prosecutorial discretion that will help the federal government focus on higher priority immigration cases.

“This is not immunity, it is not amnesty, it is an exercise of discretion,” said Napolitano.

Napolitano also urged Congress to pass the DREAM Act and continue immigration reform.

Though the policy is effective immediately, senior administration officials said it would take about 60 days to set up the application process.

At that point, individuals not already undergoing deportation proceedings can voluntarily come forward to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), to which they must provide documentation showing that they meet the required criteria for deferred action. People already undergoing deportation proceedings need to present their documentation to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

After receiving a grant of deferred action, people can apply to USCIS for work authorizations, which will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

After two years, people who received a grant of deferred action can reapply through USCIS. People under age sixteen will be able to “age in” to the program, provided a future administration does not institute a new policy in the meantime. Administration officials said anyone who receives deferred action will be safe from prosecution for two years, no matter what.

“We should not forget that we are a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants,” Napolitano said.

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Obama Administration To Stop Deporting Younger Undocumented Immigrants And Grant Work Permits

Posted: 06/15/2012 9:41 am Updated: 06/15/2012 9:58 am



By ALICIA A. CALDWELL AND JIM KUHNHENN, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and have since led law-abiding lives. The election-year initiative addresses a top priority of an influential Latino electorate that has been vocal in its opposition to administration deportation policies.

The policy change, described to The Associated Press by two senior administration officials, will affect as many as 800,000 immigrants who have lived in fear of deportation. It also bypasses Congress and partially achieves the goals of the so-called DREAM Act, a long-sought but never enacted plan to establish a path toward citizenship for young people who came to the United States without documents but who have attended college or served in the military.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was to announce the new policy Friday, one week before President Barack Obama plans to address the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials' annual conference in Orlando, Fla. Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney is scheduled to speak to the group on Thursday.

Under the administration plan, undocumented immigrants will be immune from deportation if they were brought to the United States before they turned 16 and are younger than 30, have been in the country for at least five continuous years, have no criminal history, graduated from a U.S. high school or earned a GED, or served in the military. They also can apply for a work permit that will be good for two years with no limits on how many times it can be renewed. The officials who described the plan spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss it in advance of the official announcement.

The policy will not lead toward citizenship but will remove the threat of deportation and grant the ability to work legally, leaving eligible immigrants able to remain in the United States for extended periods.

"Many of these young people have already contributed to our country in significant ways," Napolitano wrote in a memorandum describing the administration's action. "Prosecutorial discretion, which is used in so many other areas, is especially justified here."

The extraordinary move comes in an election year in which the Hispanic vote could be critical in swing states like Colorado, Nevada and Florida. While Obama enjoys support from a majority of Hispanic voters, Latino enthusiasm for the president has been tempered by the slow economic recovery, his inability to win congressional support for a broad overhaul of immigration laws and by his administration's aggressive deportation policy. Activists opposing his deportation policies last week mounted a hunger strike at an Obama campaign office in Denver, and other protests were planned for this weekend.

The change is likely to cause an outcry from congressional Republicans, who are sure to perceive Obama's actions as an end run around them. Republicans already have complained that previous administration uses of prosecutorial discretion in deportations amount to back-door amnesty. Romney and many Republican lawmakers want tighter border security measures before considering changes in immigration law. Romney opposes offering legal status to undocumented immigrants who attend college but has said he would do so for those who serve in the armed forces.

An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll last month found Obama leading Romney among Hispanic voters 61 percent to 27 percent. But his administration's deportation policies have come under fire, and Latino leaders have raised the subject in private meetings with the president. In 2011, Immigration and Customs Enforcement deported a record 396,906 people and is expected to deport about 400,000 this year.

A December poll by the Pew Hispanic Center showed that 59 percent of Latinos disapproved of the president's handling of deportations.

The changes come a year after the administration announced plans to focus on deporting serious criminals, immigrants who pose threats to public safety and national security, and serious immigration law violators.

One of the officials said the latest policy change is just another step in the administration's evolving approach to immigration.

Under the plan, immigrants whose deportation cases are pending in immigration court will have to prove their eligibility for a reprieve to ICE, which will begin dealing with such cases in 60 days. Any immigrant who already has a deportation order and those who never have been encountered by immigration authorities will deal with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

The exact details of how the program will work, including how much immigrants will have to pay to apply and what proof they will need, still are being worked out.

In making it harder to deport, the Obama administration is in essence employing the same eligibility requirements spelled out in the proposed DREAM Act.

The administration officials stopped short of calling the change an administrative DREAM Act – the name is an acronym for Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors – but the qualifications meet those laid out in a 2010 version that failed in the Senate after passing in the House. They said the DREAM Act, in some form, and comprehensive overhaul of the immigration system remained an administration priority.

Undocumented immigrant children won't be eligible to apply for the deportation waiver until they turn 16, but the officials said younger children won't be deported either.

Last year, Napolitano announced plans to review about 300,000 pending deportation cases and indefinitely suspend those that didn't meet department priorities. So far, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has reviewed more than 232,000 cases and decided to stop working on about 20,000. About 4,000 of those 20,000 have opted to keep fighting in court to stay in the United States legally. For the people who opted to close their cases, work permits are not guaranteed.

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According to recently released U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) figures, 15,590 unaccompanied illegal alien minors have crossed the border so far this fiscal year. (MSNBC, July 3, 2012) The CBP defines unaccompanied illegal alien minors as those under the age of 18 who are traveling without their parents or guardians. (Id.) This figure marks a significant increase over the past two years. Over the same time period in 2011, the number of unaccompanied illegal alien minors was 10,776; and in 2010, it was 13,267. (Id.) In fact, during 2011 alone, the total number of unaccompanied minors apprehended was 16,607. (CNS News, June 12, 2012)

The significant growth in the number of unaccompanied illegal alien minors comes at the same time as the Obama Administration has significantly relaxed immigration enforcement. Most recently, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano issued a memo last month that offered to grant "deferred action" status and work authorization to illegal aliens between the ages of sixteen and thirty who are already in the country. (See FAIR Legislative Update, June 19, 2012)

This new policy of granting deferred action has the potential to encourage even more illegal border crossings by minors. This is mainly because one of the prerequisites to receiving deferred action is presence in the U.S. as of June 15, 2012 (although Administration officials suggested during a stakeholder phone call the exact cut-off date was still being determined). While future border crossers will not meet that deadline, once in the U.S., they will likely forge documents to establish eligibility.

Meanwhile both Republicans and Democrats in Congress continue to voice support for the DREAM Act, which would grant permanent amnesty to virtually all illegal alien minors. Rep. David Rivera (R-FL), and Sens. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) and Jon Kyl (R-AZ), have all touted competing versions of the DREAM Act. (See H.R. 5869, May 30, 2012; see also FAIR Legislative Update, April 2, 2012) Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), who appears to have been working with Sens. Hutchison and Kyl, has been touting his own version of the DREAM Act for months, but announced he is now withholding introducing it until after the November elections, on account of the Administration rolling out its June amnesty memo. (See FAIR Legislative Update, June 19, 2012; see also The Hill, June 18, 2012)



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The Obama administration has also cut worksite enforcement efforts by 70%, allowing illegal immigrants to continue working in jobs that rightfully belong to citizens and legal workers.




Illegal Alien Parents to Benefit from President's DREAM Act Decree


Lost in the media frenzy surrounding President Obama's decision to administratively implement the DREAM Act is the Administration's plans to also grant a reprieve to the illegal alien parents who brought them here in violation of U.S. immigration law. In doing so, the Administration is directly contradicting its own public relations campaign — and that of amnesty advocates nationwide — which has portrayed its new policy as a way to provide "a degree of relief" to "innocent young kids." (See White House transcript, June 15, 2012; to read more about the President's "deferred action" policy, see FAIR's Legislative Update, June 19, 2012)

The Administration's decision to not deport the illegal alien parents of so-called DREAMers was revealed by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano during a CNN interview. Here is the exchange between CNN Anchorman Wolf Blitzer and Secretary Napolitano:

BLITZER: What about the parents of these children? The children come forward now, they identify themselves. Should the parents be concerned that potentially they could be deported? They would now be identified as illegal immigrants.

NAPOLITANO: No. We are not going to do that. We have internally set it up so that the parents are not referred for immigration enforcement if the young person comes in for deferred action. However, the parents are not qualified for deferred action. This is for the young people who meet the criteria that we've set forth. (CNN transcript, June 15, 2012)

While Napolitano makes the distinction that the illegal alien parents will not qualify for "deferred action," the Administration's decision not to deport them essentially amounts to the same thing. The only major difference is that if the Department of Homeland Security simply administratively closes the parents' cases, it is uncertain whether it will grant the parents work authorization.

As if the President's new deferred action policy were not troubling enough itself, the decision not to deport the illegal alien parents of DREAMers could triple the number of illegal aliens who benefit from it. Excluding parents, the Pew Hispanic Center estimates that at least 1.4 million illegal aliens would qualify for deferred action under the President's new program. (See Pew Hispanic Center report, June 15, 2012) But with the Administration's acknowledgment that it will no longer deport the illegal alien parents of DREAMers, the size of the President's amnesty program could triple, or perhaps even quadruple, when fraudulent applications are taken into account.



THE ENTIRE REASON THE BORDERS ARE LEFT OPEN IS TO CUT WAGES!



"We could cut unemployment in half simply by reclaiming the jobs taken by illegal workers," said Representative Lamar Smith of Texas, co-chairman of the Reclaim American Jobs Caucus. "President Obama is on the wrong side of the American people on immigration. The president should support policies that help citizens and legal immigrants find the jobs they need and deserve rather than fail to enforce immigration laws."

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