The Monkeys

Posted on May 4, 2007. Filed under: immigration |

George W. is a monkeyJon Kyl is a monkeyJohn Cornyn is a monkey

From Families central to immigration talks (Yahoo News/Associated Press):

Under the White House proposal, legal immigrants would lose the right to petition to bring adult children and siblings to the U.S. They could do so for spouses and minor children, but their ability to sponsor parents would be severely limited.

The proposal would limit or end preferences for people who had family members living legally in the U.S., and award many more visas based on employability criteria, such as education and skills.

Sen. John Cornyn , R-Texas, said the vast majority of legal immigrants have entered the country on the basis of a family-based preference, meaning they “have no bearing on our national competitiveness or our global race for brains.” Changing that, he said, is “a central reform.”

“Our view is that the numbers are too high and we have to look at where they should be cut, and these (family) categories, it seems to us, are the easiest to cut because there’s no real justification for them,” said Rosemary Jenks of NumbersUSA.

No real justification for family categories?? Well, I think there was no real justification for allowing Rosemary Jenks’ ancestors to settle in America. We should ship her family members back to their country of origin (Don’t tell me that they’re Americans…everyone is a descendant of immigrants).

I guess George W., Jon Kyl, John Cornyn, and Rosemary Jenks are native Americans. I guess their ancestors were members of the Powhatan tribe that welcomed John Smith and the Jamestown settlers to the New World in 1607. They seem to think that they (and their family members) are the only people who are entitled to live in America. Is there any other explanation as to why they seem to have forgotten that their own ancestors were, in fact, immigrants?

What a bunch of monkeys!

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