Wednesday, August 01, 2007


State Republican honchos from around the nation are going to meet this Thursday. There are 168 members of the Republican National Committee. Thus far 47 of them have signed a petition saying that they will oppose any immigration reform policy that will grant legal residency to illegal aliens.

Fine, as far as it goes. Will the petition also state support for spending as much money as is needed to close – tight – the porous border between the U.S. and Mexico? Will the petition support the denial of all federal crime-fighting grants to cities who adopt "sanctuary city" policies with respect with the illegals sucking off their taxpayers?

I'm not through yet. Here's some more ideas for the petition:

  1. A change in the law to deny legal residency and citizenship to babies born to mothers who are in this country illegally.
  2. Stricter penalties, widely enforced, against companies that hire illegal aliens.
  3. Only emergency medical care at taxpayer's expense for illegal aliens.
  4. No access to government schools for the children of illegal aliens.

But .. what the heck. I guess the denial of amnesty to illegal aliens is a start. Maybe they're getting the message.

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