Seattle encourages Murray and Cantwell to oppose S.744 today
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: May 21, 2013
RE: 5700 Washingtonians Petition U.S. Senators to oppose “Gang of Eight” Amnesty
What: Press Availabiltiy
Date: Tuesday May 21, 2013
Location: 815 Seattle Blvd. So., Seattle (former INS Building)
Contact: Craig Keller, co-founder/volunteer Craig@RespectWashington.us, (206) 935-4625
Today, in union with scores of allied citizen groups across the United States, Washingtonians will submit a petition collected by NumbersUSA encouraging Sen. Murray and Senator Cantwell to oppose S.744 amnesty. The “Gang of Eight” S.744 would legalize and normalize the importation of at least 33 million laborers and family over ten years, making Reagan’s 1986 amnesty of 3 million illegals look like child’s play. And, it was! Compared to the present Rubio-Schumer proposal that would trigger decades of political payoff and an even more obscene amnesty after the current crop of politicians cash out.
A listing of press events nationwide can be found here:
Prior to submitting the petitions at the Jackson Federal (passing by fellow Tea Partiers protesting Barack Obama’s abuse of the Internal Revenue Service) the immigration integrity group will speak to questions about the S.744’s Amnesty outside the abondoned “INS Building.”
“Enforcement of existing employment and immigration law has been abolished by Obama and others favor of finger painting. There may be no better location to illustrate the present betrayal than Seattle’s former U.S. Immigrant Station and Assay Office, now a playground for financially unsustainable art businesses,” lamented Craig Keller, citizen sponsor of this year’s I-1277 “Respect for Law.”
“This sad state is also reflected in the necessity for modern day INS agents to file lawsuit against an Obama-administered DHS.”
Today’s petition submitted to Senator Murray and Senator Cantwell declares:
I oppose the Senate Gang of Eight’s amnesty proposal to legalize millions of illegal immigrants in a time of budget deficit crisis and high unemployment.
Combined with current laws, the legalization would be a pathway to massive new welfare expenditures, job competition, chain migration and more illegal immigration.
1. It would cost trillions of dollars in extra government spending on social services.
2. It would immediately put millions of illegal aliens in front of the employment line to hold or take U.S. jobs while 20 million Americans who want a full-time job can’t find one.
3. It would allow amnestied aliens to begin endless chains of relatives to come and add further competition for jobs and government resources.
4. It would immediately legalize 11 million illegal aliens without requiring triggers that fully implement enforcement first. The previous seven amnesties between 1986 and 2000 had no enforcement triggers and served only to entice 11 million new illegal immigrants who now demand their own amnesty.
Further, the wellknown Heritage Foundation recently priced the Rubio-Schumer Amnesty cost to taxpayers at $6.3 Trillions:
“Here in Washington State mega farm corporations whose E-verify enrollment would expose massive employment law violation (as was exposed at Gebber Farms in 2010) have joined in a Vegas style marriage with global software monopolists to crush politicians and voters under their boot heels to pass S. 744.
“If the monopolists have their way with Congressmen DelBene, Reichert, Hastings, McMorris, Larsen, Heck, Herrera, McDermott, Smtih, Kilmer, Murray and Cantwell, then the employment market will flood with importred low-wage laborers,” warned Keller, “Kiss good-bye forever our above average standard of living and quality of life.
“Monopolist cash is now buying off most of those in Congress to deprive American workers of future earnings growth. As well as, Congress is threatening to doom Americans to the high taxation regime necessary to subsidize imported, mercenary labor. Neither is the U.S. economy a stagnant pie nor are participants guaranteed a certain wealth strata over time, yet millions of S. 744 labor imports can do nothing but depress reward to workers across every skill level. Amnesty is wealth redistribution via Congress,” Keller observed.
“Similar to how monopolists bully and jive to either steal or retain a monopoly sports franchise, these bullies are now stamping their fix on immigration policy against the “general welfare” as demanded by the U.S. Constitution. But for their narrow and greedy reward.
And that is why a growing number of outraged Washington voters are standing up today saying “Remember 1986, never again.”
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