The Other McCain

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Comprehensive Aggregation Reform

Posted on | June 3, 2013 | 6 Comments

National Immigration Forum
Funded by Soros and the Left

Matthew Boyle,

Schumer predicts immigration bill
will pass Senate by July 4, aims for 70 votes

Russell Berman, The Hill

Finally, the Left Protests the Gang of 8
Mickey Kaus, Daily Caller

Immigration reform deal hangs on border security
Carrie Budoff Brown and Seung Min Kim, Politico

What’s up with you haters, huh? You know who I’m talking about, you partisan xenophobic extremists who think that we can’t do border security without granting amnesty registered provisional status to illegal aliens undocumented workers future Democrat voters.

Everybody knows that the necessary first step to fixing our immigration system is to give a free pass to 11 million sneaky foreigners, and the only people who disagree with that are hate-filled bigots who aren’t paying attention to what George Soros tells them to think:

In 2009, OSI [the Soros-funded Open Society Institute] donated $257,152 to NIF aimed at “implementing immigration reform campaign through communications, policy, and field organizing.”
Also in 2009, OSI donated another $1.5 million to “allow” NIF to “manage and lead Four Pillars Campaign for comprehensive immigration reform, and sustain core policy work supporting and leading policy efforts.”
A year later, in 2010, Soros’s OSI gave NIF another $1.5 million over two separate grants both intended for “general operating support.”
NIF has also received $1 million total from the leftist Ford Foundation, spread over two separate half-million-dollar grants in 2009 and 2011. Those grants were both intended for advocacy in favor of comprehensive immigration reform.
Jim Wallis, the president and CEO of Sojourners, a leading force in the Evangelical Immigration Table group, has admitted to accepting funding from Soros as well.
World magazine writer Marvin Olasky laid out in a 2010 article how Wallis and his organization, Sojourners, had received $325,000 from Soros groups over three grants from 2004, 2006 and 2007. According to OSI’s 2007 990 form filed with the IRS, available publicly through the Foundation Center, the 2007 money — a total of $100,000 — was for Wallis’s Sojourners “to support the Christians for Comprehensive Immigration Reform Campaign.”

This is the Open Borders Gospel, and the only problem is that you heretics don’t have sufficient faith in St. George of Soros!

Gang of Eight Bill Would Cost $6 Trillion

Well, yeah, there’s that, too. And there’s also the frightening possibility that you won’t click this link and read more at Viral Read.




6 Responses to “Comprehensive Aggregation Reform”

  1. The biggest problem with the Immigration Reform Bill? The morons writing it! | The Daley Gator
    June 3rd, 2013 @ 12:17 pm

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  2. Adjoran
    June 3rd, 2013 @ 3:40 pm

    I could forgive Rubio for a policy disagreement, and long ago made my peace with some of the other Republicans who keep getting sucked into the immigration reform trap. But when they LIE about what the bill does and doesn’t do, they’ve lost me for good. That can’t be forgiven.

    And if there is one thing history has demonstrated, it is that we NEVER get increased border or internal enforcement from these reform bills. It just never happens. This bill is no different: what passes for enforcement is “forming a plan” or a “commission to suggest” something, not actual enforcement.

    I favor reform including some form of legalization for the millions of illegals already here, BUT ONLY AFTER the borders are secured, internal enforcement streamlined, strict laws are in place to prevent illegals and new immigrants from dipping in the public trough, and we can see all those things are working. THEN, and ONLY THEN, can the other items be discussed.

    That’s not being a hard-liner, it’s just being realistic after being fooled at least twice before and listening to Rubio et al lying now.

  3. K-Bob
    June 3rd, 2013 @ 4:42 pm

    Viral Read need to hook up with Disqus. Discovery works much better when that platform is used than the Word Press one. You pick up folks from all the Telegraph (uk and au) sites, NRO, Politico (barf), MIchelle Malkin, and a host of right-side blogs.

    Also consider LiveFyre. Disqus currently has the edge, but LiveFyre is still better than WordPress. (One huge problem with WordPress is their user name policy.)

  4. K-Bob
    June 3rd, 2013 @ 4:50 pm

    Rubio is being totally hammered on pretty much every right-side website I’ve seen. In fact, I’ve never seen anyone go from being as popular a Republican star, to such a totally reviled jackass, so quickly. The only thing that comes close is John McCain, and his total downfall was long and tortuous.

    My prediction is that Rubio will be the next Jumpin’ Jim Jeffords in the Senate. He has nothing left for him on the right, and he’ll be a huge problem for us as a popular Dem.

    (Something about getting away with correctly using ‘tortuous’ in reference to McCain just feels dirty.)

  5. Adjoran
    June 4th, 2013 @ 12:49 am

    I don’t think the Democrats would take him. Too many bridges burned in Florida. He’s smart enough to know he’d be treated just like Specter – toasted and cheered when he switched, then beaten in the primary.

  6. K-Bob
    June 5th, 2013 @ 10:05 pm

    I’m gonna factor that in. Hope you’re right.