with a visa. This is amnesty, plain and simple." Even the New York
Times said, "It effectively amounts to an amnesty program for illegal
immigrants with jobs in the U.S."
If you are still doubtful, then consider what Vincente Fox said in
his weekly radio broadcast on radio stations in Los Angeles and other
American cities: "This is part of our pursuit of an integral
immigration accord, an endeavor from which we will not be diverted.
The changes that we have proposed are coming about one by one ... now
we will have to give this idea time to mature, to be integral, and we
expect it to be approved....We are speaking then of an immigration
plan that we must think of as a step, and upon this we must build
more and more things for our cherished compatriots there in the U.S.,
above all those who are undocumented." (broadcasts of Jan. 10, 17 and
It is clear what Mr. Fox means and it is also clear that Mr.
Dreier, who calls himself an "internationalist," is on the same team.
Both men have expressed their goal of merging the countries of the
western hemisphere under an EU-style regional government with open
borders. If this ever occurred, it would undermine our Bill of
Rights, our prosperity, and our way of life -- and heaven help us
Incredibly, Dreier's spokesman even dismissed enforcing U.S.
borders, saying we have tried that and it hasn't worked, so let's try
something else. He is dead wrong! Federal officials have yet to get
serious about defending our borders, enforcing immigration laws and
requiring that neighboring countries halt their invasion, all of
which must be done.
Congressman David Dreier has not done this. Congressman Sonny
Sardo will do this.
La Canada Flintridge