April 27, 2013   Current Site Visitors -> web tracker

Food Stamps for Illegals
Part of effort to integrate the U.S. and Mexico
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Gang of Eight working to integrate U.S. and Mexico
American Patrol Report Comment -- April 27 
    Due to the excellent work by Judicial Watch, we now know that our government is encouraging illegal immigration by promising Mexicans free food if they make it across the border.
    "The revelation that the USDA is actively working with the Mexican government to promote food stamps for illegal aliens should have a direct impact on the fate of the immigration bill now being debated in Congress," said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. "These disclosures further confirm the fact that the Obama administration cannot be trusted to protect our borders or enforce our immigration laws. And the coordination with a foreign government to attack the policies of an American state is contemptible."
   Lou Dobbs is an expert on the illegal immigration issue. Last night on the O'Reilly Factor, he said this:
    "Our country right now is being integrated, if you will, with our two partners in the North American Free Trade Association --- and that is Canada and Mexico. And there hasn't been a vote on it, but this isn't an accident that these events are occurring by the president." [Watch]
    No accident, indeed. Years ago when he killed California Proposition 187, California Governor Gray Davis said, "In the near future, people will look upon California and Mexico as one magnificent region..."
    Without a vote, a powerful block of people has been working behind the scenes to integrate the U.S., Canada and Mexico into the North American Union. They have successfully defeated any attempt to interfere with this objective, including efforts to secure our border with Mexico.
    The members of the Gang of Eight belong to that powerful block of people. If successful, they will put the final nail in the coffin of the United States. We will be buried alive.

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