No CAFTA, North American Community, or Guest Worker: Investigate Bush

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Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) calls for opposition to CAFTA, Guest Worker, and the North American Community plan supported by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the Bush administration. Congressional investigation of the Bush administration for opening the borders and ceasing fines against employers that hire illegal labor are needed.

Protect and Defend the Constitution of the United States.

In response to the public outcry over the preventable murder of Scott Gardner and the injury of his family by a drunk driving illegal alien arrested thrice before, Representative Sue Myrick has written the department of homeland security director Chertoff to demand an explanation as to why North Carolina has only 1 deportation officer.

NC has between 300-600 thousand illegal aliens and just one deportation officer. Many of these illegal aliens are moving in and out of our criminal justice system after murdering, raping, injuring, robbing, and stealing the identities of our legal citizens without deportation. In fact, many walk right back onto our streets after serving sentences in prison at taxpayer expense.

The state asks citizens to leave justice in their hands. But how can the government ask the citizens they tax to trust the system when crimes are committed by people that are not supposed to be in our country in the first place and that the system failed to deport illegals after prior convictions?

Instead, we believe that Representative Myrick should direct her question to President Bush. Our President is violating his oath of office where he swore to "Protect and Defend the Constitution of the United States." Our Constitution requires that the President makes certain the laws of Congress are enforced. Congress has passed immigration laws which are not being enforced. In many cases, the Executive Branch has taken steps to decrease border security and interior enforcement thus decreasing the enforcement of our existing laws during a time of war.

Fines against employers that hire illegal aliens have fallen. According to a recent article in the Washington Times, “In 2004, ICE issued three notices of intent to seek fines against employers for knowingly hiring illegals -- compared with more than 400 by the now-defunct U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) in 1999, Richard M. Stana, director of homeland security and justice issues at the Government Accountability Office (GAO), told the subcommittee.” The US Border Patrol has been ordered to release the approximately 6,000-10,000 illegal aliens that are intercepted flooding into America every night.

Day after day, North Carolina citizens call the Department of Homeland Security to report illegal aliens only to watch in dismay as no action is taken. Furthermore, the numbers of illegal aliens entering our country has escalated dramatically in reaction to Bush's comments promising them a guest worker amnesty.

President Bush has entered into an agreement with the Presidents of both Mexico and Canada which is outlined by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). This plan is called the ‘North American Community’ and they intend to open our borders now and fully integrate our economies by 2010. They intend to create a new economic block similiar to the European Union. The difference is that the American public is not being asked to discuss, support, or vote on this new national construct as the Europeans have. We are not being asked to support it, because we would never support opening our borders and radically changing our national identity and sovereignty in such a way.

Bush announced his support of this plan at a summit in February of 2005. Bush stated "We've got a lot of crossings of the borders and intend to make our borders more secure and facilitate legal traffic". The transcripts of the tri-national summit and the CFR 'North American Community' plan both call for a free flow of people across our common borders. It was at this same press conference that Bush called those involved in the Minuteman Project "vigilantes". Immediately after this event, his approval ratings fell to the lowest of his Presidency and have remained there.

CAFTA also contains language that would make it harder for us to have our immigration laws enforced. Most of the real immigration enforcement groups in America oppose CAFTA because we feel it will lead to even less enforcement and a new flood of cheap foreign labor into America on top of what has already become a disaster.

Since President Bush appears unwilling to honor his oath to protect the constitution, enforce our existing laws, or respond to the will of a super majority of Americans, Representative Myrick should withdraw her promise and vote NO for CAFTA which will take us further into the "North American Community" open borders plan. Every member of Congress should do the same. No CAFTA, No North American Community, No Open Borders, and No Amnesty called 'Guest Worker".

Why have any deportation officers at all when the plan is to open our borders and continue to flood the United States with desperate and unscrupulous workers from third world countries who will work for less than half the price of an American worker? Now that's a job an American won't do.

Our Representatives in Congress need to put a stop to this plan and determine if we are being flooded with illegal aliens in an effort to force the American public to accept it. If corporate influences that want cheap labor in the US have influenced the Executive Branch to turn a blind eye to our laws and security, then action must be taken immediately.

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is sending out a national press release today asking Congress to kill CAFTA, oppose the North American Community plan, and launch an immediate investigation into the Bush administration's orders to our immigration enforcement resources to stand down on the border and in the interior.

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