Presidential Candidates on Illegal Immigration, Criminal Alien Removal and Social Service Benefits

Posted on December 3, 2007. Filed under: Blogroll, Economics, Immigration, Links, Politics, Rants, Taxes, Technology, Uncategorized, Video |

“No man is above the law and no man is below it; nor do we ask any man’s permission when we require him to obey it.”

~Theodore Roosevelt

The American people want all thirty million criminal aliens removed and deported to their country of origin.

The American people want none of their hard earned income going towards taxes to pay for government public schools, welfare and medical benefits for any criminal aliens including their dependents except for true medical emergencies.

The American people are not suckers; and they are tired of paying significantly higher local and state taxes for schools, colleges, hospitals, welfare, jails and prisons for criminal aliens.

The American people are mad; and they are not going to vote for any candidate of either party who even appears not to understand the issue or lacks the will to enforce existing immigration laws.

Comprehensive immigration reform is a code word for amnesty.

None of this humane treatment and path to citizenship for criminal aliens, sanctuary cities and a virtual fence  nonsense.

Enforce existing immigration laws and build the entire border security fences with patrols.

Hire American citizens.

Deport criminal aliens.

Stop importing and exploiting poverty.

It is not very hard to understand.

It seems the majority of American politicians of both parties, their political consultants and the talking heads on TV are having a difficult time understanding this issue.

Keep trying to fool the American people and a third party will be formed to remove you from office and power and to enforce existing laws on immigration.

Black and union leaders better wake up as well for their people and members are not going to continue to vote for Democratic candidates that are more interested in criminal alien votes than theirs.

A Description of the Immigrant Population

“…The Census Bureau estimated that the number of foreign-born people living in the United States topped 33 million and accounted for nearly 12 percent of the population in 2003–its highest share since 1930. Half of those people have arrived in the United States since 1990, and the foreign-born population is now growing at a rate of about 1 million per year. Between the 1990 and 2000 censuses, the foreign-born population grew by more than 11 million, accounting for about 35 percent of total population growth. Estimates of the portion of immigrants who are unauthorized range from 7 million to 10 million, although in the absence of reliable data, those estimates are subject to considerable uncertainty.

More than half of the total foreign-born population originated in Latin America, with Mexico by far the single largest source. The number of immigrants from Asia has also grown rapidly since the 1960s. In contrast, in the 19th and early 20th centuries, the vast majority of immigrants came from Europe.

The foreign-born population is quite concentrated geographically, more so than people born in the United States. More than two-thirds of the foreign-born population reside in one of six states (California, Texas, New York, Florida, Illinois, and New Jersey), and the majority of newly admitted legal immigrants continue to settle in those states. However, that concentration has diminished somewhat since 1990, and new major destinations include Arizona, Nevada, North Carolina, Georgia, and Colorado. The foreign-born population also tends to be more concentrated in urban areas–especially central cities–than the native-born is, but as is the case generally in the United States, more than half of the foreign-born population now live in suburban areas.  …”

“The Foreign-Born Population, 1850 to 2000


Source: Congressional Budget Office using data from Campbell J. Gibson and Emily Lennon, Historical Census Statistics on the Foreign-Born Population of the United States: 1850-1990, Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Population Division, Working Paper No. 29 (February 1999); and Nolan Malone and others, The Foreign-Born Population: 2000, Census 2000 Brief (Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, December 2003). …”

Six Presidential candidates appear to get the issue right regarding illegal immigration and criminal alien removal and  no social service benefits for criminal aliens:

Mike Huckabee

Huckabee Says He’d Seal Mexican Border (Finally got it right!)

(Got it about 75% right–too bad for he favors the Fair Tax)

Mike Huckabee: Immigration policy

Charlie Rose Show: Illegal Immigration

Duncan Hunter

Duncan Hunter: Securing U.S. borders

SC Debate: Hunter on Illegal Immigration

Duncan Hunter on the Border Fence

Phil Valentine talks to Duncan Hunter – April 23, 2007

Duncan Hunter on Compean and Ramos

Alan Keyes

Alan Keyes on immigration (Part 1 of 5)

Alan Keyes on immigration (Part 2 of 5)

Alan Keyes on immigration (Part 3 of 5)

Alan Keyes on immigration (Part 4 of 5)

Alan Keyes on immigration (Part 5 of 5)

Alan Keyes on Immigration

Ron Paul

Ron Paul: Immigration

Ron Paul on Immigration and Borders

Ron Paul interview on Immigration

Ron Paul on Immigration

Ron Paul Strikes Back

Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney on Immigration

Mitt Romney: “Exceptional” Radio Ad

Tom Tancredo

Tom Tancredo: Deporting Illegal immigrants

Fox and Friends 11-14

Tancredo on Glenn Beck 11-26

Tancredo on Cavuto 11-26

Tom Tancredo Responds To Criticism Of His New TV Ad

CNN Youtube debate Highlights Part1

Fred Thompson

Fred Thompson: Illegal immigration – border control

Fred Thompson’s Latest Ad: No Amnesty

Fred Thompson on the Immigration Bill

Thompson on illegal immigration GOP Debate 11/28/2007

The following Presidential candidates of both parties will not be getting my vote based on past and/or current position on illegal immigration for they do not favor criminal alien removal and deportation to their country of origin and favor social services for criminal aliens:


Rudy Giuliani

Rudy: I will secure our borders and end illegal immigration

Rudy Giuliani at Harvard Kennedy School of Government 1996

Giuliani defends NYC Sanctuary City Policy in 1996

John McCain

John McCain: Immigration

John McCain – On Immigration Reform

McCain on Immigration


Hillary Clinton

Hillary on Immigration

Hillary booed at the Iowa Heartland Democratic forum

Christopher Dodd: Immigration

Dennis Kucinich: Immigration

Baruch Obama

Barack Obama: Immigration

Barack Obama UNH Meeting Immigration

Illegal Advocate Obama!!

John Edwards

John Edwards: Immigration

JRE on Immigration

Edwards flip-flops, equivocates on licenses for illegals

Bill Richardson

Bill Richardson: Immigration


Michael Bloomberg

Senate Hearing on Immigration Part 4 of 8

Bloomberg Addresses Independents

Immigration and Michael Bloomberg

Oath Breakers

George W. Bush

President George W. Bush– State of The Union Address 2007–on Illegal Immigration

Bush Says Amnesty ! Talking about Immigration Bill S 1639

LOU DOBBS TONIGHT 04.09.07 – Bush Amnesty Push

Background Articles and  Videos






How many illegal immigrants today?–Nobody Knows–Upwards of 30 million!


1776-1819            6,500/yr. Average

1820-1879       160,000/yr. Average

1880-1924       580,000/yr. Average

1925-1965       180,000/yr. Average

1965-1989       500,000/yr. Average

1776-1976 250,000/yr. Average

1990-2005    1,000,000/yr.   Average

Immigration Gumballs

How many illegals a day? The U.S – Mexico border

Rudy Giuliani – Fraudster

Hillary flip flops on federal govt’s role on Immigration.

Immigration and Michael Bloomberg

Cost of Illegal Immigration

Lou Dobbs Tonight 04.11.07 – Illegal Immigration

Lou Dobbs Calls Economists “Jackasses”


Red State Update: Securing Giuliani’s Mistress

Illegal Immigrants!!!

ILLEGAL Immigrants are now VOTING…

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