Tuesday, October 18, 2005

WSJ Online

California RaceHighlights SplitOn Immigration
The success of Mr. Gilchrist's single-issue campaign reflects more than the mood of the 48th congressional district in Southern California's conservative heartland. It serves as a metaphor for the deep schism among conservative voters nationally -- and within the Republican party leadership -- over what to do with 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S.

For so many people this IS the issue. So many problems stem from the lack of enforcing our laws that people are ready to vote for someone based soley on the promise to solve the illegal immigration problem.

After that the school funding "crises" is lessened, the overcrowded jails are not quite so crowded, (or hopefully still crowded but with our criminals rather than Mexico's) livability is improved with a lower crime rate, health care costs stabilize and we can stop printing everything in Spanish!


peod in Oregon said...

Daniel, keep the pressure on. This is THE issue. If we don't get a handle on this problem soon there will be no turning back. All we are doing is creating another Mexico here. It is unbelievable that both parties are selling us out for their own selfish reasons. Thanks again for your work. Bob

Daniel said...

I think that the tide is turing Bob. We won't let this issue be ignored and a few politicians are starting to realize that.

Diesel said...

Wednesday's Statesman Journal is picking up on it. Two whole articles on it!

The Cheezer said...

How is it that a third world country with one of the most corrupt governments can have so much control over the United States?
How can the greatest country in the world allow itself to be invaded and controled by uneducated criminals?
I just don't get it.

Daniel said...

Answer: Liberalism is a mental disorder!