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Amnesty Loving Big Business Targeting House Republicans

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We tended to agree on a gut level with Pat Buchanan’s recent column in which he concluded that “Marco Rubio today leads Senate Republicans in doing the bidding of corporate America, which, in payback for its campaign contributions, wants amnesty for 12 million illegal aliens… Agribusinesses need more peons. Restaurant chains want more waitresses, dishwashers, busboys. Construction companies want more ditch-diggers. Silicon Valley demands hundreds of thousands more H-1Bs — foreign graduate students who can be hired for half what an American engineer might need to support his family.”

Now there’s concrete proof to back-up Buchanan’s analysis being offered by Breitbart and even by Politico, the house organ of the amnesty-loving Capitol Hill establishment.

Politico reported on Tuesday evening that Gang of Eight Senators, like Sens. John McCain (R-AZ), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Jeff Flake (R-AZ) and Chuck Schumer (D-NY) met with groups like Microsoft, Google, Intel, and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's FWD.us "to discuss a coordinated campaign" to target House Republicans "when they are at home in their districts over the next month."

Apparently waking up to the fact that the campaign of misinformation about S. 744 has thus far failed to convince voters outside-the-Beltway in real America, McCain, recognizing how unpopular the Senate bill is, reportedly urged supporters not to bring up the Senate bill by name.

Of course the Gang of Eight and their big business enablers undoubtedly also recall that the Tea Party wave of 2010 really began to gather steam when the conservative backlash against Obamacare first manifested itself during August recess “town hall meetings” in 2009.

Anticipating the same kind of fierce resistance against S. 744 during this August recess, the Gang of Eight will coordinate with the big business interests to target at least 100 House Republicans and pressure them into supporting legislation that, according to reporting by Breitbart’s Tony Lee, studies have shown would devastate the wages of working class Americans of all races and backgrounds.

According to Breitbart’s Lee, some of the House Republicans the group intends to target include Reps. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FA), Daniel Webster (R-FL.), Frank LoBiando (R-NJ), John Kline (R-MN), Rob Bishop (R-UT) Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA), Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Rep. Mike McCaul (R-T), the Homeland Security Committee Chairman.

Fortunately, two of the fiercest opponents of S. 744 – Rep. Steve King of Iowa and Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama – have made it a point to get the word out that conservatives must make their voices heard on what is an existential issue for the culture of American exceptionalism.

Rep. Steve King laid-out a solid foundation for how to counter the cheap labor wing of the Capitol Hill Republican establishment when he said on Breitbart News' exclusive broadcast of the D.C. “March for Jobs” rally on Monday that amnesty opponents needed to pressure House Republicans now and at every town hall meeting they could attend in August.

Specifically, King told Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon that targeting House Republicans in South Carolina, Virginia, and Ohio would "make the most difference" in stopping the House from passing a comprehensive immigration “reform” bill along the lines of S. 744.

Tea Party movement supporters, limited government constitutional conservatives and others who care about preserving American exceptionalism have our work cut out for us in defeating S. 744, or any similar “comprehensive” amnesty for illegal aliens bill. However, a good place to start is to follow Congressman Steve King’s advice and attend congressional town hall meetings to oppose amnesty in the same kind of numbers this August that we turned-out against Obamacare in August of 2009.

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Amnesty loving big business

I made it a point to identify Chamber of Commerce member businesses in my community, and boycott these businesses. The local Chamber will provide you a list of the member businesses making it easy to target those businesses in any community for a public boycott. When sharing my boycott list, I make it a point to recommend that everyone write the 'targets' and let them know they have lost business owing to the National Chamber's politically self serving agenda on immigration. This far, three area businesses have dropped their membership with the Local COC.

Immigration Reform to Fill low entry Jobs

Why not require Welfare recipients to work for their pay at these " ditch digging " "dish Washer " jobs ". Get them off the streets and make them work. 48 million people on food stamps seems like a big available work force. Why let 12 million illegals get the jobs while Welfare people are treated like Royalty in this country . Democrats act like it's an insult to the bums to ask them to (gasp ) work . What the hell is wrong with making someone work?

immigration reform to fill low entry jobs

Or, how about letting high school and college students have a crack at these jobs? Or even better, end employers dependency on government and our immigration policies to supply them with 'low cost alternatives' to hiring American workers and naturalized immigrants? Employers should compete (as they did in the days before lax enforcement) for the workers they need from the available American worker naturalized immigrant population. That's how our nation, our economy and our standard of living were established. Employers competed for the workers they needed, they didn't 'off-shore or out-source jobs, and they sure as hell didn't demand that our government undermine the interests of America's citizens to provide them alternatives to competing for American workers. Any business that lacks the products, services, or managerial and marketing skill set to turn a profit while competing for the workers they need, does not have a successful business model. Certainly America's workers, taxpayers, students and voters should not be marginalized simply so that these employers can stay in business.