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Paul Ryan’s Promise of Immigration Restrictions are not as They appear

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John Boehner, as the Speaker of the House, sold out the American people to the Hussein Soetoro administration caving to Harry Reid. When Boehner exited the House, America cheered hoping Republicans would step up to the plate and select a Speaker of the House with more backbone than “Squishy” cry-baby Boehner. Unfortunately, Republicans saddled this nation with Paul Ryan, who, in his first action as Speaker of the House, pushed through a $1 trillion omnibus budget bill giving Hussein Soetoro everything he wanted. Again, Americans were sold out to the disastrous policies of this administration.

Now, Ryan wants Republicans to keep importing foreign workers despite party voters backing Donald Trump and his “promise of immigration restrictions.” In an interview with CNN, Ryan revealed this to little notice on Thursday saying, “this is the party of [President Abraham] Lincoln and [President Ronald] Reagan and Jack Kemp.” If you are not sure who exactly Jack Kemp is, you would not be alone. Kemp is a former football star, “House Representative, cabinet secretary, and failed vice-president candidate in 1996.”

The most important information surrounding Kemp is that Paul Ryan worked for Kemp in the 1990s and embraces Kemp’s immigration policy for America, which is importation of immigrants because they “energize what is best about” the country.

According to Breitbart:

Kemp was a very forceful personality, with a California-style 1960s can-do-anything personal story. He seems to have persuaded Ryan that the U.S. economy could provide middle-class jobs to endless waves of striving unskilled immigrants, who would then back GOP candidates as they campaigned for smaller government, spending cuts and capital gains rollbacks.

Ryan’s invocation of Kemp alongside wartime Lincoln and tax-cutting Reagan “is an absurd equation — Kemp has done noting comparable to Lincoln or Reagan,” said Mark Krikorian, the director of the Center for Immigration Studies, which favors reductions in migrant inflows. But Ryan’s vision of the GOP trinity “means that Kemp is his guy, his mentor, his guru.” 

“Americans and immigrants share the same values of work, family and opportunity,” Kemp wrote in 2006.”There is no reason to fear the newcomers arriving on our shores today. If anything, they will energize what is best about our country,” he wrote, while insisting the Americans need a “robust annual flow required to keep our economy growing.”

While Kemp’s immigration policy has been a stellar win for corporations, Wall Street and Chambers of Commerce across the nation, it has become a disaster for “blue-collar Americans, GOP politicians and Trump’s establishment rivals” in the 2016 election cycle.

Trump sailed ahead to take the bulk of voters to snare the presumptive nominee for the Republican party due to voters embracing his promise of “a strong border wall to stop illegals,” limited immigration, if not a complete halt in those entering the nation legally, and a roll back of the number of guest workers coming into America when this nation is experiencing high number of unemployed citizens. Moreover, Trump indicated he would ban immigration of practitioners of Islam who bring their Qu’ranic doctrine of jihad, murder, bigotry and hatred toward Christians, Jews, “women, gays, secularists, apostates and modernizers.” Unfortunately, Paul Ryan opposes Trump’s stance on “foreign labor.”

Ryan stated during the CNN interview:

I’m just not ready to [support Trump] at this point. I’m not there right now … The bulk of the burden on unifying the party will have to come from our presumptive nominee…

We don’t always nominate a Lincoln or a Reagan every four years, but we hope that our nominee aspires to be Lincoln- or Reagan-esque — that that person advances the principles of our party and appeals to a wide, vast majority of Americans … I think what is necessary to make this work, for this to unify, is to actually take our principles and advance them.

Ryan hopes a Republican nominee “aspires to be Lincoln” – the closet communist who admired Karl Marx, exchanged letters with him, enslaved the States to the federal government, turned united States troops against a demographic of citizens in combat, and created a “mandatory” union. Yep, the Republicans have definitely embraced the Lincoln-model. Unfortunately, Paul does not get it. Elected officials are not in office to “advance the principles” of their party or to appeal to “a wide, vast majority of Americans.” The people elect officials to support, protect, and defend the Constitution for the united States of America, recognizing their submission to the Constitution as the law of the land, after the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.

Neil Munro, writing for Breitbart, opined:

Ryan’s public invocation of Kemp’s immigration principles shows that he’s still wrapped around Kemp’s utterly idealistic vision — even though Kemp’s high immigration/low-wages principles converted his home state, the once Golden State, into political lead for the GOP because poor voters elect Democrats to heavily tax the state’s corps of millionaires and billionaires.

Kemp’s principles invited the immigrants who helped elect Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, and welcomed the low-skill immigrants who have flat-lined U.S. productivity and white-collar and blue-collar wages since at least 2000.

According to Breitbart, four million Americans turn 18 each year entering the job market. The federal government imports one million legal immigrants and approximately 700,000 guest workers to “re-fresh a standing population of roughly 1.2 million blue-collar and white-collar guest-workers.” It ignores the population of resident illegal immigrants who are working – approximately 10 million but more than likely more and the arrival of new illegal immigrants each year that run into the hundreds of thousands. Add to this the importation of “refugees” by the Hussein Soetoro administration to the tune of approximately 100,000 per year that is projected but more than likely will be more.

Simplified, this means there are about two million “new foreign workers” annually that compete with the four million Americans graduating high school or college every year.

As it stands now, foreign workers comprise one-sixth of the workforce in America, leaving millions unemployed or underemployed.

Despite this, Ryan is still hypnotized by Kemp’s vision on immigration.

As reported by Breitbart:

In 2014, for example, his secretly drafted legislation to bring in more cheap foreign workers was derailed as the last moment when GOP voters defeated GOP majority Leader Eric Cantor in his primary.

In December 2015, he backed a House plan that now allow companies to bring in an extra 200,000 cheap foreign workers to take Americans’ jobs in kitchens and hotels, golf courses and resorts. His plan bumped up the annual inflow of guest-workers to roughly 900,000.

Also, there’s no public evidence that Ryan backed away from his support for the “any willing worker” plan that would allow employers to offer very low wages for jobs and then hire any willing foreign worker once Americans decline the poverty wages.

At this point in time, Donald Trump has not changed his campaign platform, which is set to conflict with Kemp-enthralled Ryan’s of open door to any and all immigrants. The two are set to butt heads with Trump’s stance of low immigration and higher wages for blue-collar and white-collar Americans.

In response to Ryan’s CNN interview, Donald Trump weighed in via email saying, “I am not ready to support Speaker Ryan’s agenda.”

“Perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement about what is best for the American people. They have been treated so badly for so long that it is about time for politicians to put them first!”

Interestingly enough, Ryan shares Hussein Soetoro’s beliefs on immigration. Remember when the Traitor-in-Dictatorship told Americans that we did not have the right to exclude individuals who want to enter this nation? In fact, the Grand Usurper stated, “There have been periods where the folks who were already here suddenly say, ‘Well, I don’t want those folks,’ even though the only people who have the right to say that are some Native Americans.”

Continuing on, the Usurper King-in-Treason said:

Sometimes we get attached to our particular tribe, our particular race, our particular religion, and then we start treating other folks differently… that, sometimes, has been a bottleneck to how we think about immigration … Whether we cross the Atlantic, or the Pacific, or the Rio Grande, we all shared one thing, and that’s the hope that America would be the place where we could believe as we choose… and that the law would be enforced equally for everybody, regardless of what you look like or what your last name was … That’s the ideal that binds us all together. That’s what’s at stake when we have conversations about immigration.

Not sure what the bungling Traitor is talking about as the majority of individuals in this nation today were born here. It was almost 400 years ago when the first families came to this land, which was a British colony. Not until the Declaration of Independence and the forming of this nation was the law to be applied equally. And, to be perfectly honest, this nation has certainly been welcoming to those immigrants who enter legally, share our values of freedom and liberty, and assimilate into our society. It is when individuals of other nationalities “claim a right” to live in this nation, enter illegally, do not share our values of freedom and liberty, refuse to assimilate into our society and seek to change our nation into one from which they came that Americans get their feathers ruffled, as well they should. Those types of “immigrants” are considered insurgents and insurrectionists, which are a detriment to our nation. Likewise, when economics indicate more and more Americans are becoming unemployed or underemployed, it is constitutionally appropriate and sound to limit all immigration in order to secure the rights of citizens first.

The point in this entire Ryan-Trump conflict centered on immigration is the two political parties can change their platform and stance when it suits them regardless of the opinion of the American public, what our duly passed constitutional legislation states, and who the nominee for the Republican candidate is. Remember, the party was against Trump before it turned to support him. While Republican Ryan takes a Democratic stance toward immigration, Trump stands in opposition to an open borders policy, which many Americans now embrace. However, RNC chairman Reince Priebus has stepped in between Ryan and Trump as a sort of mediator where their differences on immigration conflict. Ryan and Trump are committed to meeting next week to discuss immigration and “talk this out.”

Ryan has shown himself to be “John Boehner, Jr.” when it comes to betraying the voters and the American public. Like Boehner, Ryan needs to go as Speaker to avoid the debacle Americans dealt with during the last seven years. If the people of Wisconsin re-elect him, the House should not elect him as Speakers. Hopefully, the people of Wisconsin will see through this Democrat in Republican clothing and put him out to pasture.

Article by Suzanne Hamner.

The Washington Standard

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