The white man, and America, lost this battle long ago... Western civilization is doomed to eventually be lowered to the standards of the Third World, and then, who will support the rest of the world? It's a slower version, albeit just as fatal, of the story-line in the book "Camp of the Saints". http://www.vdare.com/pb/amnesty_talk_pts.htm Bushs Bartley Memorial Bill: None Dare Call It...Amnesty? By Peter Brimelow In announcing his support for what can only be called the Robert L. Bartley Memorial Open Borders Bill this afternoon, President Bush singled out members of citizen groups who have joined us in the audience. The list, in its entirety: Chairman of the Hispanic Alliance for Progress, Manny Lujan. Gil Moreno, the President and CEO of the Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans. Roberto De Posada, the President of the Latino Coalition. And Hector Flores, the President of LULAC. Not one non-Hispanic citizens group seems to have been judged worthy of an invitation. Apparently, Bush thinks that Americas citizenry is already entirely Hispaniclike the waiters in his country club. The Bartley Memorial Open Borders Bill is astounding in its ambition. Only a year ago, the trial balloon floated by Bush Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garzawho was described by Bush today, in a slip both fawning and Freudian, as El Embajador of Mexicoenvisaged amnesty restricted to only 15 percent of only Mexican illegals. But now, the Open Borders Bill proposes 1] A Temporary Worker Program. It will match willing foreign workers with willing American employers, when no Americans can be found to fill the jobs. If they wish, however, these so-called Temporary Workers will be allowed to apply for citizenship in what Bush called the normal way. 2] Amnesty For Illegals. Illegal aliens can join the Temporary Worker program on payment of a fee. Then, of course, they can apply for citizenship etc. etc. Incredibly, President Bush also claimed I oppose amnesty. This, quite simply, is a lie. 3] Increased Legal Immigration. Bush says he wants to increase the number of green cards. This, of course, would facilitate the legalization of the illegal alien presence, which the White House estimates as at least eight million. Three points should be made about this screamingly radical social engineering plan: It will integrate U.S. and Third World labor markets. There is to be no effective limit on the number of Temporary Workers admitted. Employers can hire foreigners if no Americans can be found to fill the jobswith no mention of wage offered. (The Washington Times Joseph Curl today quotes a White House official saying that the fact that a job is open will be assumed to mean that the marketplace has determined a need for immigration.) The impact of immigration on American unemployment and wage rates, already significant, will become enormous. It will be uncontrollable. Nowhere in the Bush proposal is there any discussion of the current disastrous interpretation of the 14th Amendment, under which any child born in the U.S. becomes an American citizen, regardless of the status of its parents. Yet any Temporary Worker presence will become permanent as a practical matter if its children are Americans. It will liquidate the American nation. Already, the Census Bureau projects that whitesknown to history as Americans, the founders and until recently the overwhelming majority of the countrywill become a minority in 50 years. The Bush-Bartley bill can only accelerate this unprecedented attack by a government on its own people.