Thursday, February 16, 2012

Floridians for Immigration Enforcement Alert - News Links & Commentary


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Today you are receiving links and commentary on four topics.

1) ICE Illegal Alien Advocate
FLIMEN Comment: This link announces  via "The Office of Public Engagement" President Obama's "First-Ever Public Advocate" to help "stakeholders."  In real terms, the guy who acts as Dictator of USA, without Congressional funding, has set up an agency to help illegal aliens avoid our law.
Obama administration is a lobbying firm for illegal aliens, says Congressman:

"The [Obama] administration all too often acts more like a lobbying firm for illegal [aliens] than as an advocate for the American people," said Republican Congressman Lamar Smith (R-TX).
“It’s outrageous that the Obama administration has appointed a taxpayer-funded activist for illegal and criminal immigrants who are detained or ordered deported," said Chairman Smith."

2) Voter Registration

(FLIMEN Comment:   Severe problems exist within our most sacred US institution.... VOTING.  While most secure voting advocates have been aware of the problem, a lack of credible data hindered not only debate but any resolution of the problem.  Any citizen who dare advocate for secure voting is almost always automatically branded a racist.  Well, finally a credible report acknowledges that "Approximately 24 million active voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or have significant inaccuracies.")
Upgrading Voter Registration

"The report highlights the challenges nationwide:

• At least 51 million eligible citizens remain unregistered—more than 24 percent of the eligible population.
• More than 1.8 million deceased individuals are listed as active voters.
• Approximately 2.75 million people have active registrations in more than one state.
• About 12 million records have incorrect addresses, meaning either the voters moved, or errors in the information make it unlikely any mailings can reach them."
Dead votes

"According to a report from the Pew Center for the States, some 24 million voter registrations in the United States have something wrong with them. These problems include: 2.7 million people who are registered to vote in more than one state; 13 million voters who are registered at addresses at which they do not reside, while another 12 million or so have some sort of address inaccuracy that would make it hard for officials to correspond with the voter; and 1.8 million dead people who remain registered voters."

3) Anti-Americanism amongst us

(FLIMEN Comment:  Congratulations to patriot Mike Cutler for saying what should have been said a long time ago.  A former INS agent, Mr. Cutler works tirelessly on behalf of immigration enforcement. There are lots of other good articles on the CAPS site.)
It is Anti-American to Not Enforce Immigration Laws

"Encouraging and enabling foreign workers to enter the United States to compete unfairly with American workers undermines American workers at all levels of the economy and represents a betrayal of every hard working American.  These policies are bringing about the destruction of our nation’s Middle Class."

4) Jupiter Illegal Alien Hiring Hall

(FLIMEN Comment: FLIMEN has not and will not forget the Jupiter Illegal Alien Hiring Hall.  Unfortunately, other priorities have not allowed time and resources to be devoted to the symbol of what's wrong with America.  The Palm Beach (Com)Post is still a big promoter of illegal aliens taking US jobs in the favorable report on taxpayer's enabling of illicit hiring.)
More than 9,000 workers found jobs through Jupiter's El Sol program in 2011

FLIMEN Comment: If you read this far no doubt you too are disgusted at non-enforcement of US immigration laws.  While our country is conflicted and at a stalemate on immigration keep in mind that we have stopped AMNESTY for 12 years.  Stopping amnesties may not be winning big, but it is not losing either.  On balance however, stopping AMNESTY should be considering winning, however small the margin. Your help and financially funding is really needed to help FLIMEN with this tough, critical issue.

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