The New Face Of Immigration Reform?

May 6, 2013
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Mark Zuckerberg, Founder & CEO of Facebook, at the press conference about the e-G8 forum during the 37th G8 summit in Deauville, France. May 26 2011.  Author: Guillaume Paumier.  https://guillaumepaumier.com/

In this case “reform” means a plan to further immiserate the American taxpayer in order to defray the costs of expanding upon our system of open borders, not what normal, rational people think of when they use the word reform. Nevertheless, I fully concur with Steve Sailer’s opinion that the most effective political strategy opponents of the Gang of Eight scheme could pursue-at least, in cyberspace-is to make the CEO of Facebook the public face of this odious bill. The manipulative strategy he-like most advocates of this plan-have used in order sell this crap sandwich to the public has not sailed over the heads of leftist D.C. policy wonks who have a more diversified political portfolio, as Politico has noted.

We never believed that Zuckerberg’s project-whose website is so technically and aesthetically feeble that it seems almost like a passive aggressive demand to import Web designers from abroad-would persuade genuinely patriotic conservatives to abandon their principles. However, if we can convince diehard leftists to question their support for this potentially ruinous immigration bill, so much the better.

Let’s make the face of evil the face of a truly evil piece of legislation.

Tags: Americans for A Conservative Direction, , CAP, Center for American Progress, , Fwd.us, , , , , Jason Richwine, Keystone, Keystone Pipeline, Keystone XL, , , Mark Begich, Mark Zuckerberg, Politico, , Scott Murphy, Silicon Valley,

4 Responses to The New Face Of Immigration Reform?

  1. ricardo chiera on August 12, 2013 at 2:28 PM

    I have often questioned, because they oppose a solution to a problem? pragmatism dogma or ….. written many bad things about immigration forgetting that their ancestors most were immigrants, they came to say but legal, well, the law was given for only arrive, no visa was required, or an interview at a consulate, others will say, there to deport the 11 million ‘illegal’, well would be something like a suicide, why? very simple, it is a market of 10 trillion dollars annually to the economy that produces, obviously my figures are from the Congressional Budget Office, in addition to lowering the country’s debt in the next ten years, then because both stubbornness in not granting a path to legalization? not for the 11 million is for the country, fix immigration issues is good for the country, will allow talented people with higher education can, and to make the country more competitive ….. dogmatic following the way we lost, we are pragmatic by the country.

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  2. G. Perry on August 12, 2013 at 3:25 PM

    “…will allow talented people with higher education can, and to make the country more competitive.”

    That’s the antithesis of our current immigration policy.

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  3. Tatyana on August 16, 2013 at 2:12 PM

    Gerard: OT, I thought it might interest you.
    http://www.phyllis-chesler.com/1132/dial-three-for-arabic-for-public-assistance-in

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  4. G. Perry on August 16, 2013 at 2:36 PM

    Oh, yes! Thank you, Tatyana. I’m always interested in what Phyllis has to say on this subject-among others.

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