The Case Against Legalizing Unknown Millions of Illegal Aliens

At least as far back as the administration of Jimmy Carter, the immigration debate has been waged by globalists who have, over time, succeeded in hijacking the language and terminology applied to immigration.

Consider that Jimmy Carter: Orignator of the Orwellian Term “Undocumented Immigrant,” understood that by removing the term “alien” from discussions about immigration he could, over time, subvert the debate by confounding the public’s understanding about the entire immigration issue.

Carter insisted that INS employees immediately stop using the term “Illegal Alien” to describe aliens who were illegally present in the United States but refer to them as being “undocumented aliens.”

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  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Jimmy Carter is an alien. Georgia? Yeah, right.

  • tom_billesley

    “Undocumented” conveys the impression that it’s just some bureaucratic foul-up that INS needs to correct.

    • WalterBannon

      carefully crafted by treasonous scumbags

  • Dana Garcia

    The illegal immigration universe is Reverso-World where normal morality and logic don’t apply.

    If somebody steals your car and drives it for several years, nobody says he should get to keep it because he’s really used to it now and his kids like it.

    But if an illegal Mexican steals an American job and uses it to worm himself into the country like school for the kids, that’s supposed to be a reason to reward him with legalization and/or citizenship.

    Not only is rewarding lawbreakers inappropriate for a “nation of laws” but it also incentivizes other foreigners to invade also.

    Bottom line: amnesty is votes for Democrats.