Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Perhaps you want to contemplate why you should obey the law when the Under Secretary of DHS wants to reward others for breaking it.

Source: Market Ticker.com
DHS Secretary: Murder, Not Caught For 10 yrs, You're a Hero
Seriously, this is pretty-much what he said.
“Comprehensive immigration reform would also promote a more effective and efficient system for enforcing our immigration laws, and should include an earned path to citizenship for the approximately 11-and-a-half-million undocumented immigrants present in this country, something like 86% of whom have been here almost 10 years,” Johnson said.
So long as I can get away with committing a crime for 10 years without getting caught I should be rewarded for it. It doesn't matter how many crimes I committed, nor that I continued to commit them daily for the entire 10 years, all that matters is that I didn't get caught for the 10 years.
Under Secretary Johnson's standards I can rape, rob or murder lots of someones provided I don't get caught for a decade. It's all ok.
Well, ok, maybe not******or murder, but certainly rob, since those who come here illegally are robbing the rest of us, directly and indirectly.
They are consuming services, they are going to school (or their kids are), they're using police protection, fire protection, the imputed cost of water, sewer and electric while (at most) paying the incremental expense but nothing for the build-out that the rest of us bear as citizens.
They get sick and go to the hospital and have no money, yet get treated. They consume social services at a rate grossly exceeding that of citizens. They depress wages for Americans by being here illegally and taking jobs under the table that Americans would have to take above board and thereby pay taxes, where they both take a "sub-standard" wage (because they can't rat out the employer) and pay no taxes on top of it.
For this act of robbery, over 10 years, they have "earned" citizenship. Yet each and every one of them has in fact committed grand theft, a felony, were you to take such robbery over the entire period of their residence.
Yeah, Secretary Johnson is in fact endorsing crimes.
How 'ya feeling about that, America? And while you thinking about that, perhaps you want to contemplate why you should obey the law when Johnson wants to reward others for breaking it.

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