Do we, as Americans, have the right to have our borders controlled? Should we, as Americans, have the right to demand that our laws be enforced by the executive branch of our country?
If we are going to keep our country safe, we must secure the borders and keep track of everyone in our country on a visa. All laws must be enforced by the executive branch, whether the laws are liked or disliked.
Illegal immigration is a tremendous threat to our national security. The 9/11 hijackers entered our country legally on visas; they just never went home. It is estimated that more than 5 million immigrants are overstaying their visas and remain in the United States.
Our president has never wanted to enforce immigration laws. Why? It’s simple. Five million people are given a free ticket into this country, with all of its benefits. They are entrenched into the welfare state. They are given jobs (labor jobs with low pay) that Americans held for years but no loner. Many of the new wave of illegal aliens entering and remaining in the United States will be our president’s blood brothers (Islamists).
It will include terrorist jihadists who have only one goal in mind, the destruction of the United States and death to you and your family, especially all Christians. To be frank, why does the Democratic Party endorse the president’s view on immigration? One reason: Five million immigrants can keep the Democratic Parity in power in Washington for a long, long time.
Recently, when ISIS beheaded 21 Christians in Libya, our president refused to say the word “terrorist.” Why? Could it be that he is protecting his own brothers?
We need help. And the help that we need can only come from one source, God almighty. God has said to His people when they need help, “If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”
I believe that our time is getting short. We either stand up and be counted as one of God’s children, or we live in a Muslim country. What do you want? Can you say as Joshua of old said, “I don’t know what others may do, but as far as me and my family, we will serve the Lord,” or as Nathan Hale said, “My only regret is that I have but one life to give for my country.”
Americans, it’s time to decide.
Norris W. Alexander, Ruston, Louisiana