Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Bad "Dream Act" - The Nightmare of Backdoor Amnesty

I received an email today from Steve Salvi of Ohio Jobs & Justice PAC. Steve is a real whiz kid when it comes to all aspects of illegal immigrants and has a slew of information listed on his site.

I want to thank Steve for sending me the following information on this back door attempt at amnesty for illegal immigrants.....
The DREAM Act (S. 774) is a nightmare. It is a mas­sive amnesty that extends to the millions of illegal aliens who entered the United States before the age of 16. The illegal alien who applies for this amnesty is immediately rewarded with "conditional" lawful per­manent resident (green card) status, which can be converted to a non-conditional green card in short order. The alien can then use his newly acquired status to seek green cards for the parents who brought him in illegally in the first place. In this way, it is also a back­door amnesty for the millions of illegal aliens who brought their children with them to the United States.

What is less well known about the DREAM Act is that it also allows illegal aliens to receive in-state tuition rates at public universities, discriminating against U.S. citizens from out of state and law-abiding foreign students. It repeals a 1996 federal law that pro­hibits any state from offering in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens unless the state also offers in-state tuition rates to all U.S. citizens. More....


  1. bad "dream act"- The nightmare of back amnesty.

    I've posted probably 50 comments already and I am tiring out of saying the same thing over and over.

    My name is Marden and I am 24 years old, I am graduating from college June in getting my degree in Visual Communication and other certificates under my belt.

    I came to Cali at young age (4 turning 5 years of age) and growing up my friends started getting jobs, finding out my situation at an early age (during highschool), I could not do nothing about it. While going to school (while in college), I found a couple jobs where I could work under the table.

    So since I am in college and typing this in class as I speak virutally. My mom is a green card holder and I am petitioned. I find that I am over the age limit, that my petition will take 10 years or more to be processed.

    So now [Bad "Dream Act"- The Nightmare of Backdoor Amnesty], I do not think so. I just wonder that people in the same situation as me are thinking what is so bad about the Dream Act that people hear amensty or illegal immigrants, turn around and say it's a crisis, when at first people we're complaining that some immigrants couldn't speak english nor even knowing to act American as one person commented back to my statements, telling me that I don't know how to act American.

    These people who hope for the Dream Act like me already have degrees and are awaiting their future of becoming firefighters, nurses, doctors, police officers, and also people who are in the military are waiting for this.

    (My close friend is in the Navy and he's been in the Navy for 6 plus years and tells me that people older then us (we're 24) are hoping for such a cause like this.)

    Also these kids coming out of highschool are hoping for something like to happen, I mean they are not taking anyones spot in college, I mean theres room in alot of colleges, come on people have some kind of common sense.

    I repeat before I get any comments like: "You shouldn't be here you're illegal; or you do not deserve to be American because you were not born here, etc. etc."

    Read what I posted over and over again. Before commenting something ridiculous and does not make any sense.

  2. I read your comment

    "You shouldn't be here you're illegal, so go home.

    We don't want or need you.

  3. the future of segregation is here and you for one are one of them.


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