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Friday, March 27, 2015

David Cameron for president

British Prime Minister David Cameron is going to out-UKIP Nigel Farage. Cameron's Home Secretary, Theresa May, plans to deport illegal aliens first and let them appeal later.

Brilliant!

Can we have some of that here?

From the London Daily Mail:
Illegal immigrants would be put on a plane before they get the chance to appeal under Conservative plans to rip up deportation laws.
Home Secretary Theresa May wants to implement a new regime of deport first, appeal later.
The rules, to be brought in if the Tories are re-elected, would apply to anyone with an expired visa or those living in Britain without permission.
The only exceptions would be asylum-seekers or migrants who could suffer 'irreversible' harm if sent back to a dangerous country. The move seeks to end the racket of thousands of illegal immigrants being able to prolong their stay in Britain for months or even years by lodging a string of appeals and judicial reviews.
This should not even be debated If a government cannot secure its borders, why bother having a government?

The United States now has a sizable minority who traded their birthright for food stamps and the like. They believe citizenship is meaningless. Let everyone in. The Democratic Party feeds this nonsense, which places our nation in jeopardy.

Weren't the 9/11 hijackers illegal aliens who were on expired visas?

We cannot kick out 12 million illegal immigrants?

Says who?

Wimps, that's who.

By embracing the idea of making an illegal alien prove his case, Prime Minister Cameron has negated the best argument for UKIP.

However, trust but verify, England. Make sure a few hundred thousand people are kicked out before trusting the Tories.

4 comments:

  1. "Home Secretary Theresa May wants to implement a new regime of deport first, appeal later. The rules, to be brought in if the Tories are re-elected..." The Tories are in power now. They should put up or shut up. Political promises are evanescent.

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  2. One of the points of a third party is to get the 1st or 2nd party to run with one of its ideas. I'm guessing Nige is smiling.

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  3. Will Cameron actually do it? Remember the quote from the article:

    The rules, to be brought in if the Tories are re-elected, would apply to anyone with an expired visa or those living in Britain without permission.

    After the election. After. Hmmmm.......I seem to remember Republicans in 2014 making similar promises to stop ObamaCare and defund Obama's unconstitutional executive order that granted amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.We all know how that turned out.....

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  4. Probably a day late and a dollar short to save Great Britain. We're getting close to the precipice.

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