Utah Immigration Law – Too Little Too Late?

A new immigration bill has passed in Utah mirroring the Arizona law that says that police must check the immigration status of anyone arrested for a felony or a serious misdemeanor.  If the United States was truly intent on enforcing our borders and our laws wouldn’t this be a no-brainer?  Would it not in fact be reasonable to assume than any person who could not answer a police officer’s enquiries in English just might be here illegally and breaking our laws?

Apparently the Utah law, unlike Arizona’s, has included within its body a provision for a guest worker program.  Thus it has won a small bit of favor from some of the immigration groups. 

The immigration groups are composed of legal and illegal immigrants who have made the decision for all of us that every person coming here from south of the border should be given citizenship and every benefit that goes along with it.  And if that comes at the expense of the descendents of those who built this country, well so be it.  You see it is their right as foreign nationals to illegally cross our border and take whatever they want.

It has to be considered a bizarre logic that implies that citizens of another country gain full rights in our country by doing nothing more than breaching our border defenses. 

Wouldn’t it have been nice if this same logic had been applied at the invasion of Normandy?  Our troops would not even have had to dress as troops.  We could have just landed them on the beaches, unarmed, under the cover of darkness.  And the next day they could have begun the process of attacking the German body politic in simply voting them out of France.

Make no mistake when 40 million people unlawfully cross the border from one country into another, armed or unarmed, that is an invasion.  And only the traitors in the United States government would treat it as anything less, as it represents not only a transfer of property to citizens of another country from those born here, but also from those who followed our law and immigrated legally to become our brothers and sisters. 

For the sake of all of us who are lawfully in this country, we must stop this invasion immediately or one day soon we are going to wake up in the third world looking with desperate eyes at the Canadian border.

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  1. More important in this intense illegal immigration issue, is corporate determination to keep employing cheap labor. We can discuss this major problem forever, still keep challenging the real border fence and should even identifying tourists who are coming here to settle. Other than a few American patriotic lawmakers the Leftist Czars governing refuse to enforce severe laws on this priority. Consequently–we must contact our senators and Congressman to revise the E-Verify; a Senate bill nearly killed by Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada. TODAY–NOT TOMORROW we must demand that both sides of the aisle enact a mandatory E-Verify program that verifies who is allowed to be hired and whose not? Every worker of long term employment or just hired must be inspected, with emphasis on Contractors and sub-contractors; they are principle violators.

    Utah and other malleable states as the Sanctuary States of California, Nevada, Colorado are in for a giant surprise. As hundreds of thousands who illegally settled in the State of Arizona and throughout America that are brandishing policing provisions, will be fleeing and turning up in your communities; Michigan as with Arizona will be ignored and given a wide berth. With limited safeguards on the border or at airports, countless numbers of economic searching people will head to those States with less immigration restrictions.

    There should be a free Whistle-Blowers site to inform the federal authorities, with a reward mechanism. Business owners who –are—THE–problem along with those politicians who are in collusion with owners, should suffer heavy penalties included being unseated by voters. That means we need a 100% security proof voting system to stop the fraud by illegal aliens, from using absentee balloting or polling station abuses. Using more than one illegal worker should draw a fine of $25.000 on a business property. Second offense guarantees a fine of $100.000 dollars and 2 years in prison.This should be a zero-tolerance policy with no exemptions. Otherwise the US government and all the comedians who supposedly work for us, will keep walking on our faces. None of this is happening on a grand scale. This is stealing jobs from US born American, naturalized citizens and green card holders. The Tea Party knows full well that Unions have swollen their ranks with illegal labor, which must be also inspected by auditors.

    All TEA Party members have heavy influence amongst the House Republicans and should use their influence to inspire their representatives to mandate E-Verify nationwide Thousands of members of the TEA Party are also adjoined to pro-sovereignty organizations, which includes NumbersUSA. From there website you have opportunity shaping who is working for you in Washington and where you can fax freely your government Representative. Assuming there are about 8.5 million illegal workers in the labor force, these jobs, should be in the hands of Americans. More funding for the E-Verify operating system, along with constant updates and new identification modules, such as a connection with countrywide drivers licenses, would become the greatest asset in the war on illegal immigration

  2. Good article, Rachel. I live in North Carolina and it’s unbelievable, the amount of illegal immigrants in this state. They’ve even infiltrated into the telecommunications industry. The companies can pay these guys minimum wage to pull voice and data cable, where as I was getting $14.00 an hour ! And I’ve seen their work. It looks like crap. Sloppy, and at one time , unacceptable to employers. Now the employers don’t care. The GREED has taken over. These people have taken my livelihood away from me, and I don’t see it coming back. Keep up the good work Rachel.

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