The True Cost Of Immigration

Democrats, along with a number of equally feckless Republicans, are extolling the virtues of “comprehensive immigration reform.” Such jargon obscures their real agenda, which is the abandonment of the rule of law in favor of a political expediency that benefits the ruling class and its campaign contributors. A ruling class and campaign contributors who seek to “fundamentally transform the United States of America” into a nation where progressive power is permanent, and cheap labor is plentiful. Hence, while those virtues are put front and center before the public, the vices associated with illegal immigration are relegated to the back of the proverbial bus.

Here’s a look at some of those vices.

  • Gary

    The US is near the tipping point where the patriots will use the Constitution to arm them selves and defend the USA from the imported criminals and a President with a mental disorder where he thinks he’s a god that came to make the world fair and islamic.
    The radical mosques will be the first targets since they are the source of the cancer, next is the pro-Illegals groups that enabled the criminals to pour into the nation for welfare and keep murdering citizens while the Police and Politicians cover it up.

  • disqus_PwGxBXHn8l

    Traditionally, prosperous and free countries hosted immigrants on the theory that they would benefit the country. Not that we were helping the immigrant escape the consequences of a failed society.

    For all we know, the immigrant’s attitudes may have contributed to those outcomes. But, absent good evidence, we could maybe give him a chance. On OUR terms!

    The problem with our new system is that we allow people to bring all the causes of backwardness WITH them, instead of just telling them to leave them all out with the last trash pickup before they leave.

    All Canada has ever offered people is a second chance, on OUR terms.

    There is little hope for the United States now, as a prosperous and free country, given that these traditional assumptions are fundamentally reversed. Denyse O’Leary, Ottawa