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They want you to be understanding, accepting, all inclusive, helpful, waiting with open arms and loving hearts. These are the buzzwords the left uses but in fact they are just marketing buzzwords for there’s no basis in reality for their meaning when applied to illegals entering this country. They want you to be ready to step forward, checkbook in hand and checked ballot in your pocket to support their cause, but leave out many of the finer points of their objectives.
Yes, we’re talking about illegals. Those who come uninvited, crawling and sneaking in the dead of night across barbed wire barriers, or hidden in the back of produce laden trucks like so many tightly packed cabbages. Whatever their reasoning and motivation, they have a plan and it does not match our laws.
Illegal: That’s the term, and it openly defines its own essence. Not to be confused with some other word or phrase, meaning or obscure hidden attempt to be nice and helpful, but just illegal as defined by law and reason.
In theory they, the leftists, the radicals, and the media want you to be nice to people, to help them, to better their lives, and to help them find the Utopia that they seek: legally or illegally. They want them to have an equal quality of life just like you, your family and friends who were born in this country, and who actually belong here… simply and legally.
A noble but insincere motive.
In reality the numbers of people crossing the border, the hordes and throngs of those seeking unproclaimed asylum, looking for “a better life” are really just future voters for the Democratic cause. Here to participate, but only in the land of FREE and benefits, as provided from and paid for by the hard-working people who are justified in their presence on this, their foreign soil.
Liberals seek the numbers to increase their power, their hold on getting a doctrine, an agenda welded into place for future generations. And if the Democrats ever get that stronghold of foreign voters they seek, there won’t be another Republican voted into office until the last days of the Republic’s demise as it sinks into the sunset of failed commonwealths. and then it’ll be too late.
The names of those who were robbed, assaulted, raped, murdered are not inscribed on a wall of stars, but are nothing more to leftists than hidden collateral damage in the war to take over America and make her the most inclusive third-world country available. One that’s “almost” able to support the masses it receives.
When in fact those names, those casualties in that border battle are not to be forgotten, not to be overlooked nor passed by in some evolution of progressivism to make certain people more rich and powerful at the expense of others. And those others? Those are you, me, our friends and family who are bystanders, spectators of the immigration game. And it’s the fourth quarter, two minute warning, fourth down, 82 yards to the goal.