She’s Quite Right

Posted in Politics on June 2nd, 2011

The Democrat party’s choice of Debbie Wasserman-Schultz as the Chair of the Democratic National Committee was an “interesting” one. She manages to combine Far Left ideology, gross stupidity, and a fondness for speaking out loud into a sum that is far, far less of value or merit than even it’s component parts. It’s truly amazing.

Take her recent outburst on illegal immigration as an example:

We have 12 million undocumented immigrants in this country that are part of the backbone of our economy and this is not only a reality but a necessity,” she said. “And that it would be harmful – the Republican solution that I’ve seen in the last three years is that we should just pack them all up and ship them back to their own countries and that in fact it should be a crime and we should arrest them all.

– Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D.-Fla.)
Chairwoman, Democratic National Committee

She’s quite right. The GOP does believe that illegal immigration is a crime and that illegal immigrants should be shipped back to their own countries after they served the appropriate prison sentences for their crimes, which often include identity theft and document fraud along with the crime of illegally entering the United States.

She’s quite right. We have approximately 12 million illegal immigrants in this country that are part of the backbone of our economy and this is not only a reality but a necessity if we are to continue to operate large segments of our economy in the manner that we’ve always been accustomed to.

Of course, most people would actually understand that any phrase with the adjective “illegal” in it would be, even discounting the concomitant infractions, criminal in nature. Apparently not the DNC’s chairwoman, Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz though. She seems to prefer to portray being shock at the Republicans wanting to protect our borders and enforce America’s laws.

That the DNC’s Chairwoman, representing the Democrat Party, has a problem with- and chooses to vilify the GOP for wanting to enforce American immigration laws is of only minor concern though. It’s to be expected; our culture is rife with phrases that explain the Dems’ support for illegal immigration – phrases such as, “Undocumented Democrat” and “D.O.A – Democrat On Arrival.”

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This, however, is a very small matter and, as a moral failing, pales beside Wasserman-Schultz’s greater evil, her support for human trafficking and de facto slavery.

It is a sad and shameful fact that segments of America’s economy, especially the agriculture, construction, manufacturing, and low-end service segments, are heavily based upon the use of a labor pool that is paid a mere pittance and worked in a fashion that no American would tolerate and that would be illegal if it were applied to Americans.

The average illegal immigrant, often working as much as 70 hours a week, makes just under $6000 per annum and has no benefits whatsoever. Nor do they have any practical recourse to abusive or unsafe working conditions. That is slavery in a very real sense, though few illegal immigrants are branded or collared.

I loath and despise illegal immigrants because of the crime, disease, and filth so many of them bring to my country, but that doesn’t mean I condone their enslavement in all but name.

That the DNC’s Chairwoman thinks that this is a necessary part of the backbone of our economy is beyond reprehensible and disgusting. I’m forced to wonder if the Democrat Party has, in last century and a half, moved as far from being “the Party of slavery” as we’ve been previously repeatedly told.

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