Thursday, July 10, 2014

'Why can’t they go back?' Texans are FED UP with this federally-created illegal alien border crisis

And they're certainly not the only ones! Nonetheless, Texans are getting frustrated with this federally-created crisis being imposed on their state, and rightfully so...

A Houston woman, Bernadette Lancelin, went on an EPIC rant about these unaccompanied illegals pouring over our southern border, asking, "Why can't they go back?"

Feel ya! Absolutely how so many of us feel. But the first step is to stop voting Democrat! That's not to say automatically vote Republican either, but we know which party and players are driving this. And quite frankly, it's time to break up the corrupt Washington system that's driving these kinds of America-killing agendas.
TRS: Bernadette Lancelin is very upset that the unaccompanied minors flooding across the border aren’t being sent back home. Instead they are being put in detention centers around the country. Lancelin is out with the local news in Houston because a closed middle school that hasn’t been used in years is now on the list to become another detention center. And she, among others, is furious about it.
Meanwhile in Dallas, we've got County Judge Clay Jenkins, who recent announcement that the county would help the federal government set up centers for 2,000 immigrant children. The lone Republican county commissioner, Mike Cantrell, is telling the TRUTH of the matter and says it's actually "tens of thousands" of illegals coming our way, not 2,000...
KERANews: “The judge is unilaterally trying to make a federal problem into a Dallas County problem without any citizens having any input into the matter whatsoever," Cantrell said. "There has been no vote and no discussion in the Commissioner’s Court and it hasn’t been on any agenda.”

Cantrell says within a few days of Jenkins’ announcement, the judge started raising re-election money on the backs of children, even though Cantrell says they don’t need help. ... Treat the children humanely, he says, but send them home as soon as possible. Don’t find their [illegal] family members or put them in foster care.

“We have a legal process to emigrate into the United States," Cantrell says. "This isn’t it. Follow the law. That’s what I’m asking them to do. Follow the law. At some point in time you’ve got to cut it off and let them know they’re better off staying at home with their families in chose countries. We can’t support everybody. That’s the frustration that’s out there right now.”
Other county commissioners and residents agree with Cantrell...
CBSDFW: “Bringing illegals to Dallas doesn’t come under the duties of county commissioner,” said Susan Mardozza of Carrollton. “I implore you, do not perpetuate this government-made crisis.”

Dallas resident Eric Williams, also an independent candidate for Congress, echoed her criticism. “The people have not been consented to this agreement of housing these kids and there is outrage,” he said.
And how can I ignore Dear Leader gracing Texas with his presence (not to visit the border, of course, but to fundraise), delivering more propaganda and playing politics, pretending to find agreement while stirring the pot. In typical fashion, Obama's passing the buck to Congress, essentially saying, 'the ball is now in your court.' Never mind that the House GOP has suggested a willingness to work with Obama within the law (and that's the problem for Dear Leader), he's decided to hold our sovereignty hostage with the ultimatum that he'll 'consider' installing National Guard troops along the border, as Gov. Perry and the Speaker have suggested, as long as Congress will pass the $3.7 Billion that the executive branch desires...
NBCNews: Facing thousands of Central American children coming into the United States and dealing with criticism that he didn’t visit the U.S.-Mexico border on his trip to Texas, President Obama delivered this message on Wednesday night: The ball is now in Congress’ court to help fix the problem. Recapping his earlier conversation with Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Obama said, “There’s nothing that the governor indicated he’d like to see that I have a philosophical objection to… But what I emphasized to the governor was the problem here is not a major disagreement around the actions that could be helpful in dealing with the problem. The challenge is -- is Congress prepared to act to put the resources in place to get this done.” The president was referring to the White House’s request for Congress to appropriate $3.7 billion to pay for increased border enforcement, more immigration judges, and a humanitarian response to the unaccompanied children. He added, “Another way of putting it -- and I said this directly to the governor -- is are folks more interested in politics, or are they more interested in solving the problem? If they’re interested in solving the problem, then this can be solved. If the preference is for politics, then it won’t be solved.”

Obama’s message to Congress underscores one of the questions after House Speaker John Boehner’s upcoming lawsuit against the president: If Congress is going to criticize the administration’s executive actions, then doesn’t it need to start legislating when there is a public-policy problem? Interestingly, House Republicans tasked with responding to this crisis issued a statement suggesting a potential willingness to work with the White House. “We agree with the president that [these children] must be returned to their home countries in the most humane way possible and that will require a revision of the 2008 Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act. In addition, the FY 2015 appropriations process is already under way in the House which addresses resources related to the current crisis.” More from the House GOP working group, per NBC’s Frank Thorp: “Over the next several days we will review the facts and continue to gather on-the-ground information in order to develop a series of recommendations regarding actions the administration can take within its authority as well as legislative solutions for the Congress to consider to address this crisis.”

Meanwhile, in an interview with NBC’s Peter Alexander, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said the burden is on President Obama -- not Congress -- when it comes to this immigration crisis. “I think the burden is on the president to show us with his actions. I asked him also to put a thousand National Guard troops, of course this is a longstanding request for the president,” Perry told Alexander. “But I hope he understands that the National Guard and the message that it sends down to Central America -- that you cannot send your children up here … they’re not going to be able to come into the United States.” For his part, Obama told reporters that he COULD be open to deploying National Guard troops, if that was the price to get Congress to pass the supplemental bill. “What I told [Perry] is we’re happy to consider how we could deploy National Guard down there, but that's a temporary solution, that's not a permanent solution,” Obama said, adding: “If the Texas delegation said, for us to pass the supplemental we want to include a commitment that you’re going to send some National Guard early, we’d be happy to consider it.”
And this President has the hypocritical gall to call others 'hostage-takers'? Speaking of...notice how none of these pro-amnesty politicians ever mention the criminal element of this invasion? It's here and it's violent...
Townhall: Despite Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson vowing to "stem the tide" of unaccompanied illegal minors across the southern border with Mexico, thousands more are expected to enter the United States by the end of the year. With the system being overwhelmed, Border Patrol agents are concerned about minors who have admitted to being MS-13 members, a brutal street gang from El Salvador that has been successful in infiltrating American communities. Agents are also concerned about minors who have committed acts like torture and murder in their home countries before heading north to the United States.

"We have six minors in Nogales who have admitted to killing and doing grievous bodily injuries. One admitted to killing as young as eight years old," an agent tells Townhall anonymously for fear of losing his job for speaking out. "They are being held for placement in the U.S."

By U.S. legal standards many gang members operating in Central American countries and traveling north are classified as minors due to being under the age of 18. However, many young males are actively engaged in violent cartel and criminal activity, yet are treated as children when processed through the Department of Human Services or Department of Homeland Security systems.

"But remember, this is a 'humanitarian crisis.' They are just kids," he said in a frustrated and sarcastic tone. "They are MS-13 gang members. They've done everything from torture to murder. They act as teenage 'enforcers.'"
If you still want to throw all this crucial information out the window, just consider the economic impact of illegal immigration on U.S. taxpayers alone. In 2010, the fiscal burden of illegal immigration on the United States taxpayers was estimated at $113 BILLION! If you look at the impact per state level, and I'm just covering border states, it cost Texas $8.88 billion, with Arizona and New Mexico following at $2.57 billion and $608 million, respectively. California took the brunt of it with $21.8 billion impacting its taxpayers.

You can't tell me, at this point, that this isn't by design to grind America down. Our national sovereignty, our society, one state, one city, one community, at a time. Remaking America...and not for the better.

Related links: Violent MS-13 Gang Members Leave Graffiti on Bathroom Walls of Nogales Border Patrol Processing Center
The Mark Levin Show July 9, 2014
John Boehner: Immigration could be in suit
Approval of Obama's Handling of Immigration Falls to 31%
More in U.S. Would Decrease Immigration Than Increase

ADDENDUM: Rush also addressed Bernadette Lancelin's concerns...
"What I would say to Bernadette Lancelin is, "Well, I tell you what, Bernadette, the things that have you upset, if you want more of it, just keep voting Democrat. That's what you're going to get. If you want more illegals, vote Democrat. If you want the border to mean less and less, vote Democrat. If you want your government spending more and more money on people who are not citizens of this country yet, vote Democrat. If you want what's happening at the border to become an everyday event, vote Democrat. If you want higher taxes, if you want less opportunity, if you want your gasoline to cost more, if you want your grocery bills to go up, if you want your job opportunities to cease to exist, if you want your utility bills to go up, elect Democrats."

I don't know why the Republicans can't say this. I do know why the Republicans are not making a big deal out of this, the border, because they want amnesty. We know this. The Chamber of Commerce is holding 'em hostage. This Tom Donohue guy that runs the Chamber of Commerce has basically told them if they don't do amnesty they may as well not even nominate a presidential candidate for 2016, because there isn't a Republican that's gonna get a dime of donor money if they don't do amnesty. And make no mistake, money is the primary influence in politics."
Here's more:

Related link: RUSH: Why isn’t GOP using border episode to prove the need to secure the border and defeat amnesty?
Houston Citizen Bernadette Lancelin Rants Against Obama Border Policy

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