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Saturday, January 17, 2004

How Embarrassing
American Border Patrol "Catches" 20 Illegals While Kolbe Speaks

At left, Rep. Jim Kolbe (R-Az) explains why full border control is not possible while at the same time, American Border Patrol is capturing 20 illegal aliens on its infrared camera, some twenty miles away near the Mexican border. Meeting was held in the Sierra Vista City Council chamber on Thursday, January 15 at 6:30 p.m. Video was taken at 6:45 p.m.
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Pandering Presidente
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Record number of laughable Mexican ID cards issued
San Bernardino, Calif. - The Mexican Consulate here issued more identification cards in 2003 than in any other year in its 70-year history, despite state and federal lawmakers' efforts to ban such cards. -- In 2003, consular officials issued 37,633 matriculas consulares, as the cards are known, said Carlos Giralt-Cabrales, Mexican consul... AP Internal Use Only

El Meddling Presidente
El Presidente
Associated Press
Meddling Mexicans firmly behind Bush's outrageous amnesty scheme
Mexico will work closely with George W. Bush and do all it can to help his proposal to overhaul American immigration policies become a reality, Vicente Fox said Saturday. -- During his weekly radio address, the president said the Bush plan would help millions of undocumented Mexicans living and working in the United States "obtain legal status and proper documentation." AP Internal Use Only

Wanton GREED!
Associated Press
Businesses Praise Bush on Immigration
...Today, finding American-born workers willing to endure dirty, exhausting, dangerous work on roofs where temperatures can soar to 130 degrees is never easy, he says. The job pays $6.50 to $7 an hour to start with pay rising to $22 an hour after a few years for skilled journeymen or foremen. But the few takers Birkman recruits from local high schools usually quit within weeks, complaining about the heat. AP Internal Use Only

A Flake
Jeff Flake
Rep. Jeff Flake (RINO-AZ) -- Arizona Republic -- Phoenix
Flake mercilessly spins Bush's absurd amnesty scheme
President Bush's immigration initiative has sparked a great deal of discussion across the country. Perhaps the most interesting debate centers on whether the president, in announcing the initiative, has embraced conservative principles or abandoned them. I believe a temporary worker program is consistent with conservative principles, and here's why.... AP Internal Use Only

Kolbe
Jim Kolbe
Arizona Republic -- Phoenix
Rep. Kolbe defends immigration plan
..."The border must be closed," Davis said Friday morning, standing at the back of an auditorium during Kolbe's town hall meeting. Many in the crowd of 120 in this retirement community south of Tucson erupted into cheers, hollering "Absolutely!" and "Amen!" -- While the guest worker bill Kolbe co-sponsored.... AP Internal Use Only

Supreme Court
New York Times (Free Registration)  
Justices to Rule on Holding Illegal Immigrants
The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to decide whether foreigners who never had a legal right to enter the United States may be held indefinitely while immigration officials try to arrange their deportations. -- The case presents a question raised but not directly answered by a decision by the court three years ago in a case concerning a German-born Lithuanian... AP Internal Use Only

Señor Sellout - Worst President in U.S. History
Bonnie Erbe -- Scripps Howard News Service
Bush turns back on law-abiding citizens with immigration plan
Are you a commuter snagged in burgeoning traffic? Are you a member of a young family desperately seeking affordable urban housing? Or are you, perchance, a low-skilled, low-wage worker wishing your job would pay a living wage? If the answer is yes, welcome to the club: You've just been had by President Bush. AP Internal Use Only

Say What?????
Chicago Tribune (Free Registration)  
The mystery of the missing jobs (Bush says we need 'guest workers')
The so-called economic experts who handicap America's labor market predicted late in 2003 that 150,000 new jobs would be created in November and another 150,000 in December--a total of 300,000. The reality, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, is that just 43,000 jobs were created in November and a measly 1,000 in December. AP Internal Use Only

We Need Guest Workers?
Los Angeles Times (Free Registration) 
State's Job Losses Persist (Bush says we need 'guest workers')
California employers shed a net 8,400 jobs in December, capping three consecutive years of falling payroll employment - the worst performance since the early 1990s recession. -- The report released Friday by the state Employment Development Department was discouraging to economists, who have long been expecting an upturn in hiring. AP Internal Use Only

State of Tijuana Norte
California Senator Tom McClintock
Uncompromising Gubernatorial Leadership
Gov. Schwarzenegger's State of the State address ought to begin with these words: Less than a year ago, the Legislature and the former Governor passed a budget knowing it was billions of dollars out of balance. They approved runaway government spending and red ink as far as the eye could see... AP Internal Use Only

Pandering Presidente
Charlotte News & Observer
Invaders flock for licenses while sham ID's still acceptable
State Division of Motor Vehicles offices are seeing a rush of immigrants seeking driver licenses as the day nears when North Carolina stops accepting Mexican identification cards as valid IDs to obtain licenses. -- "The lines have doubled," senior examiner Vickie Worthy said one afternoon... AP Internal Use Only

Action Alert
FAIR
Congressional Leadership Willing to Pass Bush Guestworker Scam
Reports indicate that Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) and House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL) are planning to help pass legislation modeled after President Bush's proposal. Calls are coming into their offices both for and against the Bush proposal. But it's imperative that WE FLOOD their offices with calls AGAINST this outrageous proposal. [Other Contact Info] [RELATED ALERT] AP Internal Use Only

Ed
Koch
Jewish World Review
It is not compassionate or intelligent to open our borders to all
President Bush is proposing legislation to legalize the status of an estimated eight to eleven million foreigners who now live and work illegally in the United States. The President's idea is to turn these undocumented aliens into legal, taxpaying guest workers, with a right to participate in the Social Security system.... AP Internal Use Only

Son of Proposition 187
Save Our State
'Save Our State' Petitions Ready for Downloading Now
See the Save187.com website home page for other pertinent information on this "Son of 187" initiative. Read all instructions carefully.

Judson
Cox
ChronWatch.com
"Immigration Reform Versus Reality"
President Bush's immigration reform plan--and the response to it--has shown that political and journalistic elites inhabit a fantasyland. They view Mexican aliens as either dispossessed but noble poor, or faceless masses of workers. The elite seldom have contact with illegals, short of the occasional domestic servant. AP Internal Use Only


Tom Tancredo
Denver Post
Tancredo wants ban on services to illegals
U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo is working to put a state constitutional amendment on the November ballot that would bar people living in Colorado illegally from receiving state services, he said Friday. -- The proposal is a reaction to President Bush's plan, announced earlier this month, to legalize as many as 8 million immigrants who live and work in this country illegally. AP Internal Use Only


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