Wednesday, July 28, 2010

It is not illegal immigration. It is an invasion!

According to Brietbart:
The Pew Hispanic Center used Census Bureau data to estimate that the United States had 11.1 million illegal immigrants in March 2005. The center used monthly population estimates to project a current total of 11.5 million to 12 million.

The report estimates that 850,000 illegal immigrants have arrived in United States each year since 2000.

We need to stop referring to this as an illegal immigration problem. 850,000 people pouring across our borders is not an illegal immigration problem. It is an invasion! And it is rapidly becoming a national security problem.

It is bad enough when the federal government refuses to fulfill their legal obligation to enforce federal laws but when they take legal action to prevent the states from protecting their own citizens, we have a very, very serious problem.

The President is sworn to protect the Constitution of the United States. Doesn't protecting the Constitution of the United States involve protecting the United States? Can the next House of Representative start impeachment proceedings against the President for failure to uphold his oath of office?

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