The Scott Walker Immigration Vision
Does Scott Walker Immigration Differ From Cruz?
Scott Walter and Ted Cruz immigration assessments are not that different. Walker and Ted Cruz on immigration want the same thing and that is legal immigration.
Generation after generation of immigrants came to America and became citizens of this great nation, legally. Why has that changed? Why are individuals today who want to become American citizens being allowed to do it illegally. Well, thanks to our liberal Congressional Democrats and RINO’s and our left-winged media, the difference between legal and illegal immigration status has been watered down. The Democrats need new voters so anything goes. They will do absolutely anything to keep themselves in power; even harm the future of this country.
Immigration The Old-Fashioned Way
Both Walker and Cruz believe in our system of checks and balances, even though our president does not. Those checks and balances were designed by our Founding Fathers to keep the abuse of power by any branch of government in check. Mr. Obama believes he can do whatever he darn well pleases (and he has been), alter whatever laws he chooses to (and he has) and behave in his personal best interests vs the best interest of the American people and this country. Exactly what our Founding Fathers were trying to prevent by instituting a system of checks and balances.
It is not in the best interests of the American people to have a president who bypasses Congressional approval via executive order to get illegal immigrants on the dole (and into the voting machine). The problem though is that Americans don’t get it. Americans don’t seem to understand that our economy can only support so many people. And with millions of new people looking for jobs (illegal immigrants) there will come a point where there will not be enough jobs for everyone. Maybe once Americans are also on the government dole and no longer independent and free, they will get it….but it will be too late.
It’s too bad Obama continues to destroy this country. He could have been such a great president. As the first African-American president he could have cleared a path for legal immigration, erased racial tension and unite us instead of divide us. We needed a president with vision and a deep love of this country, instead we got one who is more interested in lining up the voters for the future elections.