It’s a matter to time before Democrats allow illegals to vote

Obama to unveil immigration plan
Ceres Courier — …I think the story underscores what’s happening in this country with the sense of entitlement. Like the man in Carl’s Jr. who felt he was deprived of “his” breakfast that he didn’t pay for, there was a group that staged Saturday’s National Day of Action for Dignity & Respect. Using my Carl’s Jr. incident analogy, they want their breakfast without paying for it.

The coalition — representing illegal immigrants — wants them to receive all the rights of becoming U.S. citizens after they broke into the country and set up shop. In a press release the group titled “Growing Coalition Points to GOP Holdouts as the ‘Immigration Reform Obstructionists’ of a New Generation,” the group states “The National Day of Action for Dignity & Respect marks the beginning of a new wave of escalation tactics after GOP House members have stalled movement on comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship for 11 million aspiring citizens.”

Those 11 million aspiring citizens started out on a wrong note, now didn’t they? Think about it. They said “Screw you” to the U.S. immigration law, snuck across the border anyway and feel like escaping detection 5, 10, 15 or 20 years entitles them to gain special favor. That would almost be like a bank robber thinking he deserves not be prosecuted because police failed to catch him for a few years.

Image how the aspiring immigrant who is waiting for the legal process feels about giving respect to illegals… [Read More]