Posted by Skook on 24 February, 2011 at 12:20 am. 30 comments already!


The Senate of Indiana has passed an immigration bill that is similar to Arizona’s measures against illegal immigration, amid protests from some of the largest employers and business groups.

By a vote of 31 – 18 the measure was passed by the Senate and now must pass the House of Representatives. The bill will allow police to ask a person stopped for traffic violations for proof of legal residency if an officer has “reasonable suspicion” that the people may be here illegally. The bill will call for the use of English only at public meetings, web sites, and documents except in a few circumstances.

Senator Mike Delph, the bill’s author, says the bill will “send a clear message that Indiana will no longer be a sanctuary for people who are in our state and country illegally because of our federal government’s failure to act on illegal immigration.”

The Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce says the bill will have a chilling on convention business and other businesses. “It will have a negative economic impact on the state of Indiana,” according to Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Director Angela Smith-Jones and maintains that immigration issues should be handled on the federal level. The Chamber of Commerce intends on lobbying the House of Representative to stop the bill.

Of course those who favor illegal aliens overrunning our country want the federal government to handle immigration issues because the Obama administration refuses to protect our borders and is a leading advocate of illegal immigration, a situation that has terrorists being smuggled across our Southern border by human smugglers from Mexico.

The majority of Americans favor the overwhelming of the American labor pool during a period of high unemployment and the overburdening of our schools and emergency rooms by the illegal aliens. Obama seems to feel that illegal aliens will help the economy and make for an influx of Democratic voters for the 2012 election, an influx that will be needed by Obama if he wants to be reelected in the next presidential election.

With the passage of Arizona’s SB 1070, President Obama appealed to ‘America’s sense of fairness,“to undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans, as well as the trust between police and our communities that is so crucial to keeping us safe.” Again Obama offered empty platitudes that sound nice at campus rallies, but offer Americans that are hurting economically only meaningless words that find a sympathetic ear among Obama’s public employee unions.

There are several more states following the leads of Indiana and Arizona: Arkansas, Idaho, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and enforce the laws that the Obama administration refuses to enforce. If the Obama administration heads into the 2012 election with law multiple lawsuits against individual states, Obama will only handicapping his chances for reelection. America is anxious to take back its country from the George Soros puppet who parrots the Open Society and Open Borders ideology of Soros.

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