Next In Line

March 15, 2015

Author: Gulbenk 30 December 2012, 15:34:35 Northlake area - DeKalb County, Georgia

One of the central conceits of open borders fetishists is the assumption that illegal aliens are somehow being denied equal treatment. Equal to whom is the question which is never addressed, let alone answered satisfactorily, and it’s easy to see why. To treat those who have broken the law-many laws, often repeatedly-on par with law-abiding citizens or resident aliens, or those attempting to immigrate to this country lawfully, is to necessarily discriminate against the rest of us in a spectacular fashion.

The end result of this hypocrisy and inequality in enforcing the law can be seen in its starkest form in the state of California, whose decline 4th generation native Victor Davis Hanson has magisterially chronicled. Now, Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies has produced a fascinating backgrounder on the obstacles those waiting in line face because of the USCIS decision to prioritize DACA cases, thanks to the extraconstitutional whim of President Obama.

Evidently, some people are more equal than others. At least, according to this White House, which never fails to accommodate those who are least-deserving of Americans’ good will.


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2 Responses to Next In Line

  1. PeaceMarauder on March 16, 2015 at 12:32 PM

    and not a damn thing will be done about it…

  2. G. Perry on March 16, 2015 at 3:49 PM

    You’re probably right, unfortunately.

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