Monday, May 21, 2007

No To Amnesty - Yes To Deportation

The Senate is heading toward a vote on an immigration package that is actually amnesty for 12-20 million illegals. We will go into the details when we see the package. However, the current immigration laws on the book ought to be enforced, rather then spending time talking about amnesty.

The immigration system is broke. It needs to be fixed first. Here is one "hard-working, family values" illegal that should have been deported the first time he ran afoul with the law. It took the murder of a police officer to stop him.

Ezeiquiel Lopez, an illegal, shot & killed a police officer during a traffic stop. Lopez had prior run-ins with the law:

In 2003, he was arrested in Texas on a gun charge.

In 2003, Lopez was picked up in Missouri for driving drunk.

In 2004, Kenosha police arrested him on charges of domestic battery, disorderly conduct and bail jumping.

No agency bothered to check his legal status nor inform Immigration. The scum should have been deported on the first offense. Why he wasn't speaks volumes of our broken system. It also demonstrates the sanctuary cities, in their arrogant defiance of Federal law, aids & abets these criminals.

It is the same with DUI illegals who are killing Americnas. Many have 2, 3, 4 priors. They were never deported.

The Senate ought to put a lot more concern into the safety of Americans, rather than kowtow to illegals & make them legal. If Lopez didn't do his killing he more than likely would have been on the road to citizenship or at least made legal, thanks to the Senate.


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