Mike Pence a Republican Congressman from Indiana published an article in the Wall Street Journal which deserves a read. His proposals aimed at bridgeing the gap between the Senate and House bills on Immigration on the surface appear to be logical and based on common sense.

Here is the Executive Summary to his proposal.

The Four-Step Solution: No Amnesty Immigration ReformI see the solution as a four-step process:

1.      Secure our border. 2.      Make the decision, once and for all, to deny amnesty to people whose first act in the United States was a violation of the law. 

3.      Put in place a guest worker program, without amnesty, that will efficiently provide American employers with willing guest workers who come to America legally. 

4.      Enforce tough employer sanctions that ensure a full partnership between American business and the American government in the enforcement of our laws on immigration and guest workers.

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let me know at what level you would like to participate.**

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  1. Brian has it correct. Secure the border BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY!
    No BSing around. Where do these senate panderers get off anyway?
    At least we have a bunch of patriots in the House!
    The Colorado Supreme Court seems to be in the hands of the communists though.

  2. Vasos Panagiotopoulos

    Look at, I’m all for more assimilation and fewer undocumented
    potential terrorists, but I’m thinking Bush wanted this bill to keep
    Mexico friendly. Fox is the first elected who wasn’t from the commie
    party that ruled Mexico even before Lenin took Russia. If Sunday we
    find the Castro guy wins and the Bush guy loses, maybe it’s because we
    made Mexicans feel like enemies.

  3. Thanks for your Comment Vascos,

    We can not make policy decisions, especially those that affect our national security, in the hopes that those policies will make citizens of other countries like us better. Our immigration policy must reflect our national interests.

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    Dave

    Interesting topic… I’m working in this industry myself and I don’t agree about this in 100%, but I added your page to my bookmarks and hope to see more interesting articles in the future

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    Dave

    Interesting topic… I’m working in this industry myself and I don’t agree about this in 100%, but I added your page to my bookmarks and hope to see more interesting articles in the future




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