Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Texas Next for Anti-Illegals Legislation

Let's hope this is a growing trend. Naturally the Associated Press shows their rank bias with this headline:

Texas lawmaker to introduce anti-immigration bill

Nothing in the story says the proposed legislation is anti-immigration. They're opposed to illegal immigration.
A Texas lawmaker says she plans to push for a law similar to Arizona's get-tough immigration measure.

San Antonio Express-News and Houston Chronicle report Wednesday that Republican Rep. Debbie Riddle of Tomball says she will introduce the measure in the January legislative session.

The new Arizona law would require local and state law enforcement to question people about their immigration status — and make it a crime for immigrants to lack registration documents.

Riddle says if the federal government did its job "Arizona wouldn't have to take this action, and neither would Texas."
Curiously it will be a crime according to ObamaCare legislation to not have health insurance. It's illegal to drive without a license or insurance. So why are Democrats so opposed to these common-sense laws? Well, because they want to legalize all the illegals so they'll vote for them.

Let's hope this trend spreads to other border states. I have little hope for California, but maybe New Mexico can get in on the act, though that's doubtful as long as Guillermo Richardson is governor.

What will really get the ball rolling is if northern states overrun by illegals sign on.

Are you listening, Governor Christie?

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