Dream Act supporters mob the RNC

Dream Act supports took their America-crippling, open-borders amnesty message to the RNC today, holding signs that said “Stop Attacking Immigrants” and “Education Not Deportation”. The latter was their main chant as well as they demanded to speak to someone at the RNC. The YT description suggested they stayed until someone agreed to meet with them. I’m cuing this at 1:23 for the sake of your eardrums:



I love how they dropped the word ‘illegal’ from their signs. We’ve never had a problem with legal immigrants, just the illegal ones. But don’t tell that to the open borders crowd on the left. We are citizens of the world!

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60 thoughts on “Dream Act supporters mob the RNC

  1. I spent close to $10,000 throughout the entire process of becoming a resident alien and then citizen of this great country and was never in the country even one hour illegally. If amnesty for the those who did it illegally passes, will I get a refund?

  2. If illegal “immigrants” leaned right I wonder if Durbin and Co. would be pushing for them getting citizenship.

  3. I am so tired of this amnesty,anchor baby,we have the right to be here mob !! The American people could finally put and end to all this bs,by simply making E-verify a mandatory law.From voting to education to drivers licenses to working.And did you know the O’bama administration hates it because it actually works where it’s been tried.Just this one thing by itself would put an end to the bs.

  4. I am so tired of this amnesty,anchor baby,we have the right to be here mob !! The American people could finally put and end to all this bs,by simply making E-verify a mandatory law.From voting to education to drivers licenses to working.And did you know the O’bama administration hates it because it actually works where it’s been tried.Just this one thing by itself would put an end to the bs.

    1. Because the DRUG Cartels will KILL them thats why.

      It is WAY easier to just move north and change the USA.

      We DON’T kill them. WE give them education,and health care, and Food stamps,.. I could go on and on.

      1. Yes, because the Redcoats didn’t kill anyone to enforce King George’s will. #[email protected]%ing Mexicans are a bunch of cowards; it’s more convenient to nurse “a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against” their northern neighbors, who do not oppress them. Let Mexicans stand up to their own tyrants. Unless, of course, they’re Mexican’ts.

        1. Remember guys! We are global citizens, until we are in a minority; then off to the internment camps to do hard labor for us.

    2. The same reason Cubans after Castro came here instead of taking their country back. Fear!
      They are not afraid to stand up here as they know the Demo.’s will protect them. In Mexico they would be locked up or killed.

  5. I am not sure an education will help these people. Behaving like this does nothing for their cause and certainly doesn’t make me want to invest in their future. They don’t want education, they want the free benefits and to take back their so called land.

    Illegal is illegal. Should have never closed Ellis Island, and Reagan should have never given amnesty.

    1. Education is many times conflated with ‘indoctrination’ & deception. Obama is well educated in marxism, socialism, redistribution of wealth, global warming, black liberation theology & telling tall tales. How’s that working out?

    2. You are right and it is not helping here. These people might well have a fine marxist university education which explains what they are doing. Or they may simply be over educated

      I live in a college town. I cannot tell you how many college “educated” kids I have met who literally do not understand the concept of immigration law and citizenship. They do not understand passports, visas, green cards – nothing.

      Of course they think we are twisted bigots if we champion citizenship for a Vietnamese engineer with a green card, while saying the Columbian restaurant manager down the block who snuck across the border, should be arrested. They do not even understand the difference!

      1. I live in a college town too. It can be trying at times. No, they don’t understand the difference. So sad all that money going to waste.

  6. They need LEGAL immigrant supporters to come through the RNC front entrance and push them the hell outside.

    1. That is the truth, M J S. And until the right starts being as vocal (withougt the demonic possession part) as the left, they will keep getting away with their nonsense.

  7. How about “deportation then education”. That is, learn the laws of the land you want to immigrate to then you fill out the forms up to your necks and pay all the necessary fees all while being back in your native lands. That’s how people who come to america the right way, the legal way do it. Until then you are an uninvited guest at somebody’s house.

    1. Exactly! Enforce the laws and they will leave. And of course they will leave as a family – their children are not American citizens they are DUAL CITIZENS!

  8. How about “deportation then education”. That is, learn the laws of the land you want to immigrate to then you fill out the forms up to your necks and pay all the necessary fees all while being back in your native lands. That’s how people who come to america the right way, the legal way do it. Until then you are an uninvited guest at somebody’s house.

  9. They need LEGAL immigrant supporters to come through the RNC front entrance and push them the hell outside.

    I’m sick of these freaks.

  10. They need LEGAL immigrant supporters to come through the RNC front entrance and push them the hell outside.

    I’m sick of these freaks.

    1. There are still some legal immigrants who came here to escape the type of government we have now elected. Some of them would stand up in outrage to this, but their numbers are dwindling.

      Legal immigrants are now coming to the US are primarily selected by the INS under our “Diversity” quotas. Many of them have not applied but are recruited form socialist, islamic and other ideologically aligned countries. An example of this are uneducated Somali muslims who are actively recruited and brought over by the village load (cheap labor, social unrest, muslim victims, democratic ovtes). Also sought after for “diversity” are future agitators from a wide array of Central and South American marxist/socialist nations. (community organizers)

  11. It’s a sensitive issue. On one hand, I personally know a few families who I strongly suspect are illegals. They simply came here looking for work and quality education for their children. It’s important to view them as human beings, not some sort of parasite.

    On the other hand, the continued rate of immigration (both legal and illegal) is going to sink this country. It’s not a matter of race or culture, it’s a matter of mathematics. These people are poor. Even the ones who aren’t free loaders are still going to be a net drain on our government programs. California can’t build schools fast enough for the population explosion.

    While I don’t support summarily deporting all the illegals who are currently in the US (many have lived here for years, and their children are US citizens), we absolutely must shore up our border security, clamp down on the number of legal immigrants allowed in each year, work to Americanize our current Hispanic population, continue to support NAFTA and other initiatives that builds the Mexican economy and creates good paying jobs there, and help the Mexican government deal with the drug violence in northern Mexico.

    Addressing the push and pull factors that are bringing Hispanics to the US is a critical part of immigration reform. Mass amnesty and open borders is not an option. Neither is summarily deporting the ones who are already here, for that matter.

    1. I must be frank with you – that is a Pollyanna fantasy.

      Long gone are the days of the immigrant who understood the bedrock of America, coming to here to contribute, prosper, and escape oppression and tyranny.

      The vast majority of legal immigrants and illegal aliens are here because they want a free ride and/or they serve globalist and progressive agendas of weakening America and Western values.

      Illegal aliens are not here because they understand the price of freedom. They are here because they know they will be protected, not arrested. They know and openly mock the fact that unlike any other nation in the world, we do not protect an essential element of our sovereignty – citizenship.

      Legal immigrants now coming to the US are primarily selected by the INS under our “Diversity” quotas. Many of them have not applied but are recruited via leftist networks from socialist, islamic and other ideologically aligned countries.

      Wake up and fight. Your nation will soon be lost.

    2. I must be frank with you – that is a Pollyanna fantasy.

      Long gone are the days of the immigrant who understood the bedrock of America, coming to here to contribute, prosper, and escape oppression and tyranny.

      The vast majority of legal immigrants and illegal aliens are here because they want a free ride and/or they serve globalist and progressive agendas of weakening America and Western values.

      Illegal aliens are not here because they understand the price of freedom. They are here because they know they will be protected, not arrested. They know and openly mock the fact that unlike any other nation in the world, we do not protect an essential element of our sovereignty – citizenship.

      Legal immigrants now coming to the US are primarily selected by the INS under our “Diversity” quotas. Many of them have not applied but are recruited via leftist networks from socialist, islamic and other ideologically aligned countries.

      Wake up and fight. Your nation will soon be lost.

      1. You’re way off.

        “The vast majority of legal immigrants and illegal aliens are here because they want a free ride and/or they serve globalist and progressive agendas of weakening America and Western values.”

        Hell of a claim to make, and I doubt there is any proof for that claim. I’ve worked in places (in IL, go figure) that hire, pretty much exclusively, illegals. Almost no one speaks English there and they are rotated through a temp agency so that the hiring company can cover their tracks for the cheap labor. (It’s not the company that was currently busted). I’ve talked with these people, and, frankly, I’ve known many people that have been here illegally over the years. Not a single person has been here with the intent you describe. They are simply here to work. The rest of the things that you claim they are here to plunder are things that our own politicians have used to bribe their communities. They didn’t come here to take it, our own politicians sold us out for their personal gain. They’re the ones that deserve your outrage since it is also them the allow this to continue through their border and immigration policies. In fact, many people come here to work, save some money and travel back home. The border enforcement is so useless that they travel as though they were citizens, between countries, leaving for vacation homes in Mexico and returning to work in the states as they please.

        On a final note, because I know this one pisses me off- those kids that are on TV protesting and demanding things from this country. That’s typical behavior of the kids of illegals, but not the illegals themselves. Although the illegal is typically propagandized to death by their media and ours and eventually buys into the liberal narrative, they don’t typically come here expecting things. Kids, however, are put through the re-education camps (especially strong in liberal communities with large hispanic constituencies) and turn into the vile monsters you see in protests. I’m willing to bet that many of the protesting trash are legal American citizens. The illegals are misrepresented by these douchebags and since they’re all just Mexicans in the average American’s eyes, they’re just all painted is illegals, wetbacks, leeches…etc.

        Fact is that if we weren’t giving it away, and the media wasn’t telling them it is theirs to take—they wouldn’t be taking a damn thing.

        1. I am I first generation American. I know first hand the struggle of immigrants. I also work with illegals and can tell you things are are not what they were – they are changing rapidly. There is organized voter and entitlement fraud in these communities.

          First understand the Immigration Act of 1965. Then go look at the current INS immigration quotas. Do you think that Obama and his globalist cabal have not filled the INS jobs with the likes of Van Jones, Lisa Jackson and Anita Dunn? If you read the 1965 Immigration Act you will know exactly what they are doing.

          If someone from another country planned an illegal act and then executed it by crossing our borders illegally, and then lives here day to day in violation of our laws, they are not simply here to work. They are here take the benefits of America without respecting her laws enough to apply for a visa and to honor it. That is conscious deceit and deception.

          Well intentioned or not they are colonizing. And it is not just Mexicans. The number of islamists form the middle east and Africa, and South/Central American marxists here illegally, is increasing rapidly.

          I know form experience having been a sponsor for many years that we are rejecting exactly the kind of immigrants that this country needs, for both citizenship and green cards. The quotas are being used by the ideologues for the very kind of subversives who placed Obama, and we all better wake up fast.

          I am not at all outraged at either the illegals or the legal quota immigrants. I am indeed outraged at our politicians, sanctuary cites and ICE. But I am more outraged that we the citizens have swallowed this “plight of the illegal” lie for so long, for electing these politicians, and for not demanding they simply enforce the laws.

          1. “can tell you things are are not what they were…they are changing rapidly”

            Could be true, I just haven’t seen it. Many do buy into the haves and have-nots narrative, but I haven’t seen it from 1st generation immigrants— I also live in the suburbs outside Chicago, so I’m not fully exposed to the daily workings of the immigrant population. However, I do know that the nanny-state Chicago provides has conditioned them to think that this is how all of America is supposed to function.

            “There is organized voter and entitlement fraud in these communities.”

            I don’t doubt that, but I am willing to bet that immigrants are approached to do this and that they are not looking for a way to take more. The immigrant community, sadly, is taken advantage of by many people- for politics or money. They are generally too uninformed and the community typically relies on others in the community to get by which leaves the door open for corruption and malfeasance. Government agents are usually working on their side and not on the side of the people that they are paid to work for.

            “If someone from another country planned an illegal act and then executed it by crossing our borders illegally, and then lives here day to day in violation of our laws, they are not simply here to work.”

            I will not argue this one since those that do only show up to work are probably the minority.

            “They are here take the benefits of America without respecting her laws enough to apply for a visa and to honor it. That is conscious deceit and deception.”

            Partially agree with that one. Conscious deceit and deception- yea, I agree. The rest of it is questionable because they are used as a political tool and the government oftentimes assists them in their communities to help use the system to take the “benefits” of being an American. If the law says one thing, but the actual officials and offices lie or manipulate/omit data (think Planned Parenthood) then who is at fault for taking when the government itself is telling you that it’s okay? It may be taking to you and me (as are welfare and other entitlement programs), but to the person taking, it’s an official government program with our implied blessing.

            “I know from experience having been a sponsor for many years that we are rejecting exactly the kind of immigrants that this country needs, for both citizenship and green cards. ”

            I am unfamiliar with the way those decisions are made, but I do believe this, unfortunately- again, the problem is the government.

            “I am indeed outraged at our politicians, sanctuary cites and ICE. But I am more outraged that we the citizens have swallowed this “plight of the illegal” lie for so long, for electing these politicians, and for not demanding they simply enforce the laws. ”

            Agreed.

        2. As a side note…around here the state and local government unions also use the “agencies” of which you speak for cheap labor. I have know illegals who work for them at government facilities and have met some of the “owners” of such agencies. They and their public unions cohorts will make your skin crawl.

        3. At a typical government agency that is responsible for providing “benefits” (handouts) to the “needy” (as they define it), workers are evaluated based on finding people to take those benefits. They push them on people. That’s how you get your promotion. Process the applicants and enroll them into programs. That’s “helping.”

          We aren’t just giving shzt away. We’re pushing them like a drug. So you’re correct. This pusher mentality is ruining whole communities in rural areas. The new, rural, bone idle “poor” are now hotbeds of meth consumption and inhalant abuse. Some rural places are much worse, per-capita, than big cities. We have to put a stop to this handout madness.

          1. Correct! There is one other thing I would add- This works on multiple levels because this is also how the higher ups expand their budget… more money for them to spread amongst themselves.

            1. Well, being government workers, they are probably also evaluated on whether the family photos on their desk are of the correct size and in the proper placement. Important stuff like that. They probably get a pat on the back for keeping “rich” folks from getting any “benefits.”

              But yeah, I’m speaking in general terms. A sick example down near the Boogie Southern Compound: They built a little office thirty or so years ago to help the poor receive “benefits.” Then, they decided to acquire the property across the street and put in government housing. Now that tiny office has expanded into a major facility, and we have had an influx of people from out-of-state to fill the housing units and fatten the welfare rolls.

              It’s a self-bloating system, following the Iron Rule of Bureaucracy.

    3. “Americanize our current Hispanic population”

      That’s part of the problem and why you see the younger generation acting like unpatriotic twits- What is Americanization ruins the values their parents came here with which is quickly replaced by the liberal entitlement mentality. The liberalism must be fixed to distill what is truly American.

      “continue to support NAFTA and other initiatives that builds the Mexican economy and creates good paying jobs there, and help the Mexican government deal with the drug violence in northern Mexico”

      That’s ridiculous. Their country is their own responsibility. Even though I’m Mexican, I have no loyalty or respect for a country that is so corrupt and allowed itself to become what it is now. It’s not that I disagree with the virtue of helping others, but that I refuse to do it at our economic expense. The drug problem is a result of our legal restrictions on drugs. Take the black market incentive away and you will see the violence decreased along our border. The second violence makes it to our citizens, it should be treated as a military operation. Mexico should do the same.

      1. These kids are this way because their parents are illegal. Their parents never took the risks, never made the sacrifice, never understood the commitment and dedication needed to become Americans. They grew up in a lie, without a country.

        My parents made a choice when they immigrated. It was not made lightly. They gave up all they owned and their citizenship for a chance to become an American. They taught me these values and I understood that by grace and fortune I am a citizen because of the risks they took, the sacrifices they made and their deep belief in America. They were Americans and were part of America. They ensured I was too.

        I’ve not a shred of doubt that it would not be this way if they had not had the courage to face their fate on Ellis Island rather than just take a short swim to the Jersey shore.

        1. Disagree-

          I know tons and tons of legal Mexicans through college, before, and after. All were legal, but they didn’t start out that way from what I remember. Almost all, by large margin were leftists douchebags, some as bad as you saw on TV (for reference, we had Obama for IL Senate all over the sidewalk in chalk at the time so you know how liberal the campus was). Illegal has much much less to do with the liberal narrative than the ‘Americanization’ and media pushed narrative. The problem is home-grown. Do you really think that with the large number of liberal youth, that somehow illegals are immune to that indoctrination and at the same time are instead liberal due to legal status?

          1. I do not think they are immune. Maybe I am not expressing myself well, but I think they are actually more susceptible to it – almost destined for it.

            1. I don’t either, but I was using that to make the case that they are liberal anti-American d-bags because of the same reason most people under 25 are…..it’s American culture and media, not the fact that they or their parents are illegal. Are the more susceptible to it? Maybe, but I would actually argue that they are targeted more by the media and governmental institutions, which turns them into zombies ready for re-programming in school- and the identity thing you mentioned I’m sure plays a role.

              1. Good points.

                I tend to believe that most people from south of the US border–down through all of South America–are closer in heart to the center-right on many issues. I know there are all kinds of leftist groups active in that part of the Americas–many of them as violent as the IRA was in the 80’s, and also some really screwed up countries. But Most folks I’ve met from places in Central and South America tend to be fairly conservative (even the ones who think the US should do more liberal nonsense, and even a few Obama voters from last time).

                They often support strong families and hard work, and tend to be distrustful of unions. But will go for lefty government programs if the right sort of lefty leader sells them on it. Kind of how the Democrat party was here forty or fifty years ago.

                The way to find those people is to show them how the USA was supposed to be. And not by pandering to them as some sort of bogus “racial” group. Treat them as free human beings and not as some malleable, stupid voting bloc that needs to be drawn across the border. Let the lefties do that crap. It’s what they do best. Those who are attracted to that BS can have it.

                I plan on strengthening my weak Spanish skills to better practice that method of outreach. (I’m not doing it to help them assimilate without learning English.) We should sell them on the principles of the founding. It works for all people.

                1. You reminded of something I completely forgot about- the liberal activist groups in schools. The foundation of many of the “identity” groups is progressive politics. I’ve seen their social retaliation against those groups that refuse to meld into their racially or ethnically divisive groups- social pressure also puts them into that situation because otherwise they are left out to fend for themselves, which for any immigrant, is a tough thing to do, especially when they’ve been living in these kinds of divided ethnic communities/schools.

            2. I don’t either, but I was using that to make the case that they are liberal anti-American d-bags because of the same reason most people under 25 are…..it’s American culture and media, not the fact that they or their parents are illegal. Are the more susceptible to it? Maybe, but I would actually argue that they are targeted more by the media and governmental institutions, which turns them into zombies ready for re-programming in school- and the identity thing you mentioned I’m sure plays a role.

  12. It’s a sensitive issue. On one hand, I personally know a few families who I strongly suspect are illegals. They simply came here looking for work and quality education for their children. It’s important to view them as human beings, not some sort of parasite.

    On the other hand, the continued rate of immigration (both legal and illegal) is going to sink this country. It’s not a matter of race or culture, it’s a matter of mathematics. These people are poor. Even the ones who aren’t free loaders are still going to be a net drain on our government programs. California can’t build schools fast enough for the population explosion.

    While I don’t support summarily deporting all the illegals who are currently in the US (many have lived here for years, and their children are US citizens), we absolutely must shore up our border security, clamp down on the number of legal immigrants allowed in each year, work to Americanize our current Hispanic population, continue to support NAFTA and other initiatives that builds the Mexican economy and creates good paying jobs there, and help the Mexican government deal with the drug violence in northern Mexico.

    Addressing the push and pull factors that are bringing Hispanics to the US is a critical part of immigration reform. Mass amnesty and open borders is not an option. Neither is summarily deporting the ones who are already here, for that matter.

  13. Gaaaaaah!

    They aren’t any sort of “immigrant” if they are illegal.

    Here’s what you have, when you encounter a person inside US borders:

    1) Citizens
    2) Immigrants: (those who follow the law, and want
       to live here permanently).
    3) Resident Aliens: (those who follow the law, but only
       plan to live here temporarily)
    4) Non-resident Aliens: (those who follow the law, and
       are just visiting)
    5) Illegal Aliens: (those who do not follow the law and
       are here illegally)

    Until and unless the right gets these terms memorized, and uses them properly, they lose this debate right at the beginning, each. and. every. time.

    (“migrant” workers that are from another country are non-resident aliens if they plan to go back after the work season is over. We have migrant workers who are US citizens–some, who work temporarily in Canada)

  14. We’ll educate you on how to use a map to get back to your hometown when we drop you off over the border. Bye!!

  15. Education is what you bring to our country to enhance the nation, not illiteracy, which lowers the nation to the lowest common denominator. I simply don’t want to pay for illegal aliens healthcare, education, housing or groceries (Budweiser). If they can live with that, come on in.

  16. Maybe these people should march in Venezuela, Mexico, the Middle East and say we are citizens of the world! Thats right they will be slaughtered. But since we are a nation of laws that does’t bode well for the left!

  17. I don’t understand why they are not immigrating to countries that are farther along the socialism path than the US – like Venezuela. All the industries are controlled by experts, plenty of jobs, free education, free health care. Maybe we ought to put them on boat and ship them there!

          1. Why would you ever want to leave such a “free utopia” as Venezuela? Talk about individual rights. Haha!

  18. “Immigrant” is a person who has a legal status in this country determined in accordance with our laws.

    “Illegal alien” is a citizen of a foreign country who has violated our laws and should be immediately deported.

    There is no grey area. If one wants to be an immigrant, respect our laws. Others should be put on a bus.

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