Jeb Bush tells Americans by implication that we’re not fertile enough, either as breeders or as business creators. Meanwhile, Marco Rubio’s aide argues on behalf of bringing in more immigrants because American workers “just can’t cut it.” In truth, they likely agree with Barack Obama’s sentiment that we “didn’t build it,” though as a matter of good politics, they couldn’t admit it at the time. Imagine what it must be like to hang out among this band of brigands, who on the one hand seeks to impose their notions of compassion upon us, permitting millions of otherwise able-bodied Americans to languish as dependents on the welfare-state, who if challenged, might well be found to “cut it” very nicely. What Bush really means is that those of you who get up and go to work every day aren’t fertile enough, and that since they wish to continue growing the welfare-state, they need more workers who can be slaves to their system. After all, as Marco Rubio’s aide reminds us, the American worker just “can’t cut it.” These people are building a perfect anarchy, in which Americans struggle simply to make it through another day, and all the while, the elite subsist on the backs of our efforts.
The revelations of such a mindset should be all we need to understand why we’re losing the country, but as if all this is not bad enough, the Supreme Court has now ruled that Arizona can’t require voters to verify eligibility to vote. These people are stealing our country, right alongside the liberals, in league with them, and all we do is sit around watching it happen. Maybe they’re right… Maybe we don’t “cut it.” So let us consider this as we consider the fact that not only are we forbidden from verifying the eligibility of somebody who appears on a Federal election ballot, but we must also ignore the eligibility of those who seek to complete one. There is no effective border, and no effective restraint on anything except the American people, who are told they may not choose their own doctors, their own healthcare plans, or even their own address. Slowly but surely, and it’s quickening now, the entire American experiment in liberty is crashing down because we’ve had a century of organized, planned, anarchical plotting by those who would lead us. Our question, and indeed our demand must be: “Lead us where?” The answer may be as Joe Hakos suggests over at the Dryerreport.
A nation cannot exist without borders. A nation cannot last if its laws are not enforced. A nation will not stand that verifies neither the eligibility of its candidates nor the eligibility of its voters. The United States has been a nation built by immigrants, and always will be so long as we remember that immigration without restraint leads to anarchy. This is the singular aspect the DC establishment class has chosen to ignore, and it is at our great peril that we permit them to do so any longer. This is still our country, and we have every reason to defend its institutions, its legitimacy, and its ethos as established over the last two centuries. We cannot permit the insiders whose interests are best served in other ways to prevail upon us to yield our liberties, our standard of living, the rule of law that has acted as a brake on tyranny and violence, or any of the other facets of American life we have come to take for granted.
Of course, this may be the problem: For too long, too many Americans have take it for granted. For too long, too many of us thought it was all automatic, and if only we trusted the people in Washington DC, it would all work out for the best. It hasn’t worked out, at least not for us, and surely not for our children and theirs. This monstrous, decaying system in which the people who bear all the burdens matter least is the most despicable of all. Where else in the world can one go that the citizens of a country get the last crumbs on a table of plenty they have set? I don’t care if you’re a union laborer, or a white-collar, middle-management employee, but if this is permitted to continue, we will all be eating the table scraps at the feet of the anointed. No country can survive a collapse of law and lawfulness from the top downward, no matter how great and courageous its people may have been or may remain.
Notice that our nation suffers not from a lack of laws, but from the will to enforce them. Notice that in a country of 320 million souls, the twenty million of them who are here illegally are being served by a class of people who intend to profit from the efforts and exertions of another million-score of suckers. Even if our economy were booming, and it’s far from that, we shouldn’t permit people to come into this country in order to be exploited any more than we should permit them to be exploited for their votes. That isn’t what America is about, because done right, immigration can provide a nation with an influx of new ideas, renewed dedication to purpose, and fresh eyes on a whole universe of old problems, but this immigration bill, crafted by and for the lobbyists does nothing but undermine the republic that had made their existence possible. Let us not delay the matter for another day. Let us say it now, and with the conviction of the ages: This immigration bill must not be permitted to become law because it is the death of us all, and all we have labored to build. It is the diminution of a nation by inflation. It is the death-knell of a republic. This “Gang of Eight” bill gives Barack Obama precisely what he wants: Legalized anarchy. This is the death of nations, and ours is not exempt from that inflexible rule.
Friday, Mark Levin captured it well here(H/T Daily Caller):