According to the Peter Morrison Report, Sen. John Cornyn is taking heat from his constituents here for supporting immigration legislation that does not immediately deport the illegal alien.
In describing the problem, Mr. Morrison says, "Frankly, most incumbents in Washington, both Democrat and Republican, have no credibility on this issue. Many Republican incumbents want to cater to the Cheap Labor Lobby, while Democrats want future voters through the inevitable anchor baby citizens and chain migration that alien labor produces. Voters should trust the analysis of independent groups like NumbersUSA over the staff of an incumbent looking to insulate his backside from grassroots heat."
I perked up when he mentioned the phrase "Cheap Labor Lobby".
As I was reminded of in the movie Food, Inc., we have corporations who routinely advertise in Mexico for job openings in the United States and actually bus the newly-hired into our country. Then, routine "raids" are conducted every so often to arrest and deport a select few of the workers, just to keep up appearances.
Yes, let's deport illegal aliens. But first, let's arrest and punish the two-bit, no good, yellow-bellied sapsucker CEOs of the companies who purposely bring them here.