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  • NIGHTMARE OF THE DREAM ACT: NO CAPS, NO LIMITS, NO ENDING, AND GRANTS AMNESTY TO MILLIONS REGARDLESS OF AGE FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES


    Sessions raised concerns about the DREAM Act which would extend amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants, including to those convicted of crimes.

    (Fast Forward Sen. Sessions appeal to 3:00 where he describes the wholesale, unlimited amnesty the Dream Act would give to millions of illegal aliens living in the United States.)

    Sen. Sessions, a senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, spoke on the Senate floor today about the need to restore lawfulness to the border and actions taken by the Obama Administration that undermine that goal. Sessions raised concerns about the DREAM Act proposed by Senator Dick Durbin, which would extend amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants, including to those convicted of crimes. Sessions also discussed an Inspector General's report found that more than $4 billion in taxpayer money was being distributed to illegal immigrants who claimed as dependents children living in other countries.

    Sessions: IRS Checks To Illegal Immigrants Part of Larger Border Problem

    Published on May 10, 2012 by SenatorSessions

    Sen. Sessions, a senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, spoke on the Senate floor today about the need to restore lawfulness to the border and actions taken by the Obama Administration that undermine that goal. Sessions raised concerns about the DREAM Act proposed by Senator Dick Durbin, which would extend amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants, including to those convicted of crimes. Sessions also discussed an Inspector General's report found that more than $4 billion in taxpayer money was being distributed to illegal immigrants who claimed as dependents children living in other countries.

    Sessions also quoted Gov. Mitt Romney, who during a presidential debate recounted a conversation he'd had with Border Patrol agents in San Diego: "They said, when employers are willing to hire people who are here illegally, that's a magnet, and it draws them in. And sanctuary cities, giving tuition breaks to the kids of illegal aliens...Those things also have to be stopped. If we want to secure the border, we have to make sure we have a fence, determining where people are, enough agents to oversee it, and turn off that magnet. We can't talk about amnesty, we cannot give amnesty to those who have come here illegally."
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Sessions: IRS Checks To Illegal Immigrants Part of Larger Border Problem started by Newmexican View original post