GOP Stabs America in the Back
- Well, that didn't take very long did it?
- It appears that the GOP is back to doing the bidding of their Masters on Wall Street who want unlimited legal and illegal immigration in order to drive down wages.
- Bottom Line - Neither party gives a crap about unemployed and underemployed American workers. Also, the corrupt two parties have no fear of the voters. No matter which faction of the Republicrat Party you vote for big business and illegal aliens always win.
(Daily Caller) - The GOP’s draft 2015 “omnibus” spending bill reportedly includes $948 million to help poor and unskilled Central American migrants establish themselves in the United States, but includes no effective restrictions on President Barack Obama’s plan to provide work permits and tax payments to millions of resident illegal immigrants.
That new spending works out to $16,928 for each of the 56,000 youths, young adults and children who crossed the border during the 12 months up to October 2014.
Prior to October, Obama’s officials sent only 1,901 of the migrants back home to Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua, according to a federal report.
Much of the $948 million may also be used to care for the next wave of illegals who could flood across the border during the summer. The influx in the summer of 2015 is expected to be large, because Obama is offering work permits and social security numbers to at least five million illegals already in the country.
The $948 million fund is part of the one-year, $1 trillion 2015 spending plan described in a late-night report from The New York Times.
The GOP leadership has given merely lip service to supporting the opposition among GOP legislators and much of the public to Obama’s welcome for foreign migrants, and is now refusing to direct the Department of Homeland Security not to spend any funds on implementing the Obama amnesty.
The struggle between Boehner’s business wing and the populist conservative wing, has received little coverage in the established media, even though GOP legislators are calling for the public to protest their leadership’s policies. Top GOP officials have said they would like to pass their own amnesty and foreign worker bill in 2015.
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