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Bush: Now Hiring for Amnesty By: Debbie Schlussel
FrontPageMagazine.com | Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Federal agents in the Department of Homeland Security are angry. 


They know something we don't: President Bush is arrogantly assuming his proposed Guest Workers amnesty is a done deal. And he’s spending on the still illegal program like a drunken sailor.


The agents see the handwriting on the wall in the form of government job postings on the Net. Agents point out that new hiring and job openings at Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) have suddenly ballooned (here and here). The ONLY reason that would happen is to hire new workers to administer the new Guest Workers program.


Says one Homeland Security federal agent:

Normally they have 20 to 30+ various positions open at any given time within CIS. This week, however, there are over 100. Interesting that they are seeking massive quantities of Adjudication Officers GS-9/12, all over the country.  Some areas don't even specify how many openings are available.  I haven't seen this since pre-IRCA of 1986...AKA "AMNESTY". It is no secret now., the decision has already been made.  It WILL happen.  Since they are not beefing up on Deportation Officer positions, their direction/intention is obvious.

Another agent reports that the job openings are for Adjudication Officers:

"who will be reviewing and APPROVING all amnesty and guest worker applications."

The job description states:

"You will write detailed decisions on applications/petitions filed with USCIS." . . .  Did you happen to notice most of those jobs were opened on June 1st?  That means the money for these positions had to have been approved months ago, and the only people who can approve such a large appropriation would be?... yep. CONGRESS!

Over the past several months, President Bush has repeatedly told us he wants to stem the rising tides of illegal aliens invading our borders. He's repeatedly insisted that he wants "a complete package," meaning he won't sign off on strict border and interior enforcement of immigration laws unless they come with the Guest Workers amnesty.


But the Bush administration's hiring behavior betrays Bush’s claim that stricter enforcement is the priority. More amnesty is. That's especially disturbing since the Bush version of immigration--especially amnesty--is illegal for now. And it's unlikely Bush will convince the House to go for it.  Yet, he's spending as if that has already happened.


The American people want strict enforcement at the borders and tough interior enforcement first. Then, they’ll think about whether to reward illegal behavior. But Bush wants to reward illegal invasion first, and let the chips fall where they may.  The USA Jobs postings tell the story. Talk about premature articulation.


If only this were just about cart-before-horse hiring on yet another government boondoggle. But this is about putting illegal aliens first, ahead of America's security.


If this is “the complete package,” why is there a gag gift inside?


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Visit Debbie Schlussel's website at DebbieSchlussel.com. She can be reached at writedebbie@gmail.com.

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