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The Definition Of Illegal: Against The Law

I am sure George Soros and the Tides Foundation thought Jose Antonio Vargas was the perfect illegal for their push for no borders. George Soros and his many groups, have pushed for no border for the United States for many years and no doubt this Pulitzer Prize winning “journalist” (that means the lefties love him) seemed the perfect example of pushing for the DREAM Act. The only problem is, a majority of Americans do not find that committing fraud to be a behavior worth rewarding. You see Jose found out when he was 16 and he and his grandfather then set about to change legal documents into illegal documents, quite like Jose Using False Documents Is A Felony

Former Washington Post reporter Jose Antonio Vargas has written a long piece for The New York Times Magazine declaring that he’s an illegal alien and that he’s created a new advocacy group called Define American (“a project of the Tides Center”) to push for the DREAM Act that would provide permanent residency to illegal aliens brought to America as children.

Vargas, 30, lied to a string of media outlets about his immigration status with a fake driver’s license from Oregon. He came over from the Philippines at age 12. (Vargas told the truth to Post editor Peter Perl, a mentor, but he wouldn’t comment now.) In the Post story on this by Paul Farhi, Post spokeswoman Kris Coratti offered a no-comment on Vargas’s employment at the paper: “We will not comment on individual personnel matters out of respect for the privacy of our employees.”

What that no-comment seems to say: “We don’t want to condemn lying to us about your immigration status since we probably employ a pile of ‘undocumented’ people and are too liberal a media outlet to seem scandalized.”

It might also be suggested that Vargas was hired smack-dab out of college in 2004 in part because he was Filipino and gay – an affirmative action two-fer. The illegal status might have only added to the allure. In 2006, the Post egregiously celebrated large Washington rallies for amnesty for illegal aliens.

If the DREAM Act were to pass without the parents of these illegals not being sent back to their Country of origin that indeed would be allowing illegality to become part of America. I don’t think the majority of We The People hold these children accountable but certainly their parents cannot stay, there must be punishment for illegally entering the United States of America. This Country is founded on the rule of law and just because a liberal cause dujour has cropped up does not negate that fact.

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  1. Thinking out loud here: If the border was more or less “sealed”, would you consider some sort of amnesty for those illegals who have been here 10 years or more with a clear criminal record. Perhaps some sort of fine could be involved as well.

    I wonder if most illegals wouldn’t self-deport, if the border was tight and serious sanctions were put on employers and landlords for hiring and housing illegals.

    • Texasgalt, I think putting sanctions on employers and landlords for hiring and housing illegals would be effective if it is enforced. Otherwise, it would achieve very little.

      But I have some questions for the NY Post. They want us to believe that they won’t comment out of respect for Vargas. Fine, then that will leave the situation open to the utmost of speculation. For instance, if Vargas was a working employee for the Post, i.e. he was drawing a salary, wouldn’t that mean that he had to present a SS identification number? Did he do so or not? If he did, where did he get it? If not, why didn’t the Post follow up on it? Suppose they did and found out the truth, but let Vargas stay on anyway. Wouldn’t that mean that the Post is knowingly complicit in aiding and abetting a felon?

      At this point, this situation obviously says that Vargas did not have enough respect for the law to actually abide by the law. Yet Vargas now wants to manipulate for the law for the purpose of granting amnesty to other people guilty of breaking the law?

      So what does the Post plan to do now that the truth is out in the open?

    • I would “consider” legalization for their children who have grown up here PROVED by school records, but until they can afford to bring their parents back legally the parents CANNOT stay, I refuse to reward illegality!

      • I understand and your opinion may well be the majority, at least with conservatives. I’m not sure how to feel about it and I would sure hate to see us dragging people out of their homes like Israel did in the settlements. Gutwrenching. . . Many breaches of the law come with some sort of statute of limitations.

        Something needs to be done and quickly to stem the virtual invasion. Here in Texas they are debating the anti-sanctuary city law. It would be a good start but already some big home builders and grocers are testifying against it. I think it passes any way.

  1. Thinking out loud here: If the border was more or less “sealed”, would you consider some sort of amnesty for those illegals who have been here 10 years or more with a clear criminal record. Perhaps some sort of fine could be involved as well.

    I wonder if most illegals wouldn’t self-deport, if the border was tight and serious sanctions were put on employers and landlords for hiring and housing illegals.

    • Texasgalt, I think putting sanctions on employers and landlords for hiring and housing illegals would be effective if it is enforced. Otherwise, it would achieve very little.

      But I have some questions for the NY Post. They want us to believe that they won’t comment out of respect for Vargas. Fine, then that will leave the situation open to the utmost of speculation. For instance, if Vargas was a working employee for the Post, i.e. he was drawing a salary, wouldn’t that mean that he had to present a SS identification number? Did he do so or not? If he did, where did he get it? If not, why didn’t the Post follow up on it? Suppose they did and found out the truth, but let Vargas stay on anyway. Wouldn’t that mean that the Post is knowingly complicit in aiding and abetting a felon?

      At this point, this situation obviously says that Vargas did not have enough respect for the law to actually abide by the law. Yet Vargas now wants to manipulate for the law for the purpose of granting amnesty to other people guilty of breaking the law?

      So what does the Post plan to do now that the truth is out in the open?

    • I would “consider” legalization for their children who have grown up here PROVED by school records, but until they can afford to bring their parents back legally the parents CANNOT stay, I refuse to reward illegality!

      • I understand and your opinion may well be the majority, at least with conservatives. I’m not sure how to feel about it and I would sure hate to see us dragging people out of their homes like Israel did in the settlements. Gutwrenching. . . Many breaches of the law come with some sort of statute of limitations.

        Something needs to be done and quickly to stem the virtual invasion. Here in Texas they are debating the anti-sanctuary city law. It would be a good start but already some big home builders and grocers are testifying against it. I think it passes any way.

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