The Push For Amnesty For Illegal Aliens


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The Push For Amnesty For Illegal Aliens
Written by Federation for American Immigration Reform
Sunday, 14 March 2010 06:26

The Obama Administration's defense of "comprehensive immigration reform" (a.k.a amnesty) was presented by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano in an address at the Center for American Progress on November 13, 2009. The following analysis uses statements made by the Secretary to identify the Administration's arguments and then discusses the logic or illogic of the statement.

Napolitano - "Everybody recognizes that our current system isn't working and that our immigration laws need to change."
Napolitano - "I'm referring to what I call the "three-legged stool" that includes a commitment to serious and effective enforcement, improved legal flows for families and workers, and a firm but fair way to deal with those who are already here."
Napolitano - "Americans value our identity as both a nation of immigrants and a nation of laws."
Napolitano - "The security of the Southwest border has been transformed from where it was in 2007"
Napolitano - "We have replaced old [interior enforcement] policies that merely looked tough with policies that are designed to actually be effective."
Napolitano - "New biometric technology allows us to take the fingerprints of people coming into the United States and compare their prints against databases we couldn't access before."
Napolitano - "DHS needs immigration reform."
Napolitano - "We will never have fully effective law enforcement or national security as long as so many millions remain in the shadows."
Napolitano - "We have to make sure the immigration system works to support American families, businesses and workers."
Napolitano - "[Amnesty for illegal aliens] will strengthen our economy as these immigrants become full-paying taxpayers."
Napolitano - "Executives in Silicon Valley...want to increase their workforce and help get the economy moving again, but some of the major barriers they have to growing their companies are visa laws that make it difficult for high-skilled foreigners to stay here to work."
Napolitano - "We need to revise our current provisions for legal migration to help assure a legal workforce in cases where businesses can't find Americans to fill their jobs."
Napolitano - "No one should have to wait in a line for years in order to reunite with a spouse or a young child."
Napolitano - "We must modernize our laws for the 21st century."

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