Republican Kingmaker and undisputed messiah of conservative politicians Grover Norquist described U.S. immigration policy thus: “Historically, opposition to immigration in the United States has been racially and religiously motivated in the ugliest, nastiest way possible,”
“[The] people who think that building higher walls or deeper walls or moats and alligators and stuff,” Norquist says, “they’re chasing problems that can be fixed more easily by expanding liberty rather than contracting it.”
No “Conservative” candidate would dare question Norquist’s fatwa on the border situation, so whatever posturing the GOP may adopt, when it comes time to vote, they’ll vote Grover… or see their careers crumble in a heartbeat.
Norquist claims Americans are racist Islamophobes.
The influential “Business Roundtable” sees unfettered immigration as a win-win situation for America.
Of course Norquist and the Roundtable are unlikely to accept Campenni’s plan because it does not address to common goals of the open borders advocates. Grover and his immigration mujahedin seek an across the board reduction of U.S. wages coupled with runaway inflation for food and housing. In the medium to long term they desire the complete elimination of the American middle-class, to be replaced with a dictatorial oligarchy with absolute control of the vanquished population. Wave goodbye to the Republic. Welcome to Post-America.
State Department: Possibly tens of thousands of Somalis in the US illegally (Dead American jihadi Douglas MacArthur McCain was “radicalised” by Somalis in Minnesota)
Since the re-election of Barack Obama a list of prominent Republican politicians and media figures have publicly endorsed amnesty for the many millions of illegal immigrants in the United States. The list includes Mike Huckabee, Newt Gingrich, Sean Hannity, Charles Krauthammer and Haley Barbour as well as long-time amnesty supporters Lindsey Graham, John McCain, Marco Rubio and Grover Norquist (see here, here, here, here and here).
(Aw shucks, if you think this is bad, wait until you see what the “immigration reformers” have in store for the Post-American populace!)
MIRA LOMA, Calif. — Week after week, Guadalupe Rangel worked seven days straight, sometimes 11 hours a day, unloading dining room sets, trampolines, television stands and other imports from Asia that would soon be shipped to Walmart stores.
Even though he often clocked 70 hours a week at the Schneider warehouse here, he was never paid time-and-a-half overtime, he said. And now, having joined a lawsuit involving hundreds of warehouse workers, Mr. Rangel stands to receive more than $20,000 in back pay as part of a recent $21 million legal settlement with Schneider, a national trucking company.
“Sometimes I’d work 60, even 90 days in a row,” said Mr. Rangel, a soft-spoken immigrant from Mexico. “They never paid overtime.”
The lawsuit is part of a flood of recent cases — brought in California and across the nation — that accuse employers of violating minimum wage and overtime laws, erasing work hours and wrongfully taking employees’ tips. Worker advocates call these practices “wage theft,” insisting it has become far too prevalent.
Some federal and state officials agree. They assert that more companies are violating wage laws than ever before, pointing to the record number of enforcement actions they have pursued. They complain that more employers — perhaps motivated by fierce competition or a desire for higher profits — are flouting wage laws. Read the Rest Here