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Denise: Our government claims that it cannot enforce our immigration law because too many people break it, so what if 30+ million U.S. citizens decided to ignore the federal income tax code?

Posted on | January 30, 2013 | 18 Comments

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Our government claims that it cannot enforce our immigration law because too many people break it, so what if 30+ million U.S. citizens decided to ignore the federal income tax code?



18 Responses to “Denise: Our government claims that it cannot enforce our immigration law because too many people break it, so what if 30+ million U.S. citizens decided to ignore the federal income tax code?”

  1. Bradley Knight
    January 30th, 2013 @ 10:04 am

    Did you hear that Obama wants to combine the IRS with the Department of Defense just in case that happens?

    Imagine four Navy Seals in full riot gear knocking on your door asking to see your W-2 form from 2005?

  2. Julia
    January 30th, 2013 @ 10:05 am

    Where is Denise getting the idea that 30 million Americans “ignored” the tax code? This doesn’t match what the nonpartisan TaxPolicy Institute says.

  3. Darlene Clampett
    January 30th, 2013 @ 10:08 am

    So very insiteful comment Denise it might could happen here with Hitler and all that is the media with them.

  4. Maurice Hodge
    January 30th, 2013 @ 10:30 am

    I, for one, would be perfectly willing to help with that.

  5. brian cantwell
    January 30th, 2013 @ 11:06 am

    Past Presidents have deported illegals by the tens of thousands. Look it up.


  6. blackyb
    January 30th, 2013 @ 11:36 am

    Then let the serve as slave labor or go home. They may be fed, clothed and provided for as their families and then if they are wanting to stay and work for free cleaning up our mess, so be it.

  7. blackyb
    January 30th, 2013 @ 11:37 am

    If these people stay, Americans should take their own children out of public schools and stop paying taxes to the feds.

  8. blackyb
    January 30th, 2013 @ 11:38 am

    We will start our own tribes and yes we will keep our weapons. How stupid do they think we are?

  9. blackyb
    January 30th, 2013 @ 11:39 am

    Obama is just trying to cover his own arse. He wants to enact laws that will cover his own being here illegally, most likely. Get him and his thugs out of OUR White House NOW.

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  11. Thomas The Paine
    January 30th, 2013 @ 11:55 am

    That’s what everyone should do. The that criminal enterprise would go away.

  12. margie
    January 30th, 2013 @ 12:02 pm

    From lamarsmith.house.gov/

    Smith: Immigration Laws Aren’t Broken, They Just Aren’t Enforced

    Washington, Jan 29 –

    Congressman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) issued the following statement in response to President Obama’s call for amnesty for illegal immigrants.

    Congressman Smith: “THE PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IS THE WRONG ONE. This Administration ignores what is really broken – our fiscal future.

    “OUR IMMIGRATION LAWS AREN’T BROKEN, THEY JUST AREN’T ENFORCED. According to the non-partisan Government Accountability Office, the Border Patrol only has control of 44% of the southern border. That’s a failing grade.

    “Meanwhile, worksite enforcement efforts have plummeted, making it easier for illegal immigrants to take scarce jobs from legal workers. Under the Obama administration worksite enforcement is down 70%.

    “We’ve been down this road before with politicians promising to enforce the law in return for amnesty. And then after the amnesty, they fail to make good on the enforcement promises. The American people should not be fooled. When you legalize those who are in the country illegally, it costs taxpayers millions of dollars, costs American workers thousands of jobs and encourages more illegal immigration.”

    Congressman Smith is the former Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and serves on the immigration subcommittee.

  13. Linda Steaveson
    January 30th, 2013 @ 12:22 pm

    I’ve always said they couldn’t arrest us all.

  14. Doug
    January 30th, 2013 @ 12:59 pm

    I say break that to. The gov. would shut down if they have no money from the TAX PAYERS as we have no f*ckin representation anymore. We have cowards, I say start a nation wide strike as well, soon!! I work for cash anymore, these bastards are worthless, worse than a welfare victim with 15 kids runnin around with shitty diapers

  15. Bloodless Coup
    January 30th, 2013 @ 4:43 pm

    Thankfully they won’t be able to enforce the gun laws either.

  16. Denise
    January 30th, 2013 @ 5:04 pm

    0webama thinks that he can grant amnesty to 30+ million illegals per Executive Order. I guess they don’t have School House Rock in Kenya…

    Boy: Woof! You sure got to climb a lot of steps to get to this Capitol Building here in Washington. But I wonder who that sad little scrap of paper is?

    Bill: I’m just a bill
    Yes, I’m only a bill
    And I’m sitting here on Capitol Hill
    Well, it’s a long, long journey
    To the capital city
    It’s a long, long wait
    While I’m sitting in committee
    But I know I’ll be a law someday
    At least I hope and pray that I will
    But today I am still just a bill

    Boy: Gee, Bill, you certainly have a lot of patience and courage

    Bill: Well I got this far. When I started, I wasn’t even a bill, I was just an idea. Some folks back home decided they wanted a law passed, so they called their local Congressman and he said, “You’re right, there ought to be a law.” Then he sat down and wrote me out and introduced me to Congress. And I became a bill, and I’ll remain a bill until they decide to make me a law.

    I’m just a bill
    Yes, I’m only a bill,
    And I got as far as Capitol Hill
    Well, now I’m stuck in committee
    And I’ll sit here and wait
    While a few key Congressmen discuss and debate
    Whether they should let me be a law
    How I hope and pray that they will
    But today I am still just a bill

    Boy: Listen to those congressmen arguing! Is all that discussion and debate about you?

    Bill: Yeah, I’m one of the lucky ones. Most bills never even get this far. I hope they decide to report on me favorably, otherwise I may die.

    Boy: Die?

    Bill: Yeah, die in committee. Oh, but it looks like I’m going to live! Now I go to the House of Representatives, and they vote on me.

    Boy: If they vote yes, what happens?

    Bill: Then I go to the Senate and the whole thing starts all over again.

    Boy: Oh no!

    Bill: Oh yes!

    I’m just a bill
    Yes, I’m only a bill
    And if they vote for me on Capitol Hill
    Well, then I’m off to the White House
    Where I’ll wait in a line
    With a lot of other bills
    For the president to sign
    And if he signs me, then I’ll be a law
    How I hope and pray that he will
    But today I am still just a bill

    Boy: You mean even if the whole Congress says you should be a law, the president can still say no?

    Bill: Yes, that’s called a veto. If the President vetoes me, I have to go back to Congress and they vote on me again, and by that time you’re so old . . .

    Boy: By that time it’s very unlikely that you’ll become a law. It’s not easy to become a law, is it?

    Bill: No!

    But how I hope and I pray that I will
    But today I am still just a bill

    Congressman: He signed you, Bill! Now you’re a law!

    Bill: Oh yes!

  17. Denise
    January 30th, 2013 @ 5:07 pm

    Julia, it was a hypothetical question.

  18. Francisco
    January 31st, 2013 @ 7:29 am

    The assumption made by the talking heads in the media, including Fox News, is that the hispanics as an ethnic group, supports the illegal immigration to our country, and that we just look through this prism, in order to decide for whom we shall vote in each election. I for one, believe that to support such an irresponsible policy, is to place the security of our nation in jeopardy. First, because our prisons are full of illegal aliens that instead of coming to ‘work’, as the official narrative tells us, they came to break our laws, and second, because in the present situation of having this porous border, we do not know exactly, how many of those passing through, indeed are terrorists.
    Paraphrasing the deceased Sen. Joe MacArthy, ‘ One illegal alien in this country, is one too many”.

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