All in the Family featured the curmudgeonly Archie Bunker. Archie was television’s most famous grouch, blunt, blustering, straightforward and untouched by the PC crowd. He was the archetype of the conservative male. Michael desprately tried to reeducate him, but he persisted in his breviloquence.

Looking back at the last 40 years, we realize: ARCHIE WAS RIGHT!


Read and Act

This is the full text of a speech given on the floor of the senate by Jeff Sessions Republican senator from Alabama. It’s a long read, running 11 pages as a word doc. It’s a must read for anyone who cares what the sellouts in the Republican Party are up to. Included in the speech are some hidden details in the senate’s version of the Amnesty Without Responsibility TM immigration bill.

It is clear the people who drafted this legislation had an agenda and the agenda was not to meet the expectations of the American people. The agenda was to create a facade and appearance of enforcement, an appearance of toughness in some instances. When you get into the meat of the provisions and get into the bill and study it, tucked away here and there are laws that eviscerate and eliminate the real effectiveness of those provisions. It was carefully done and deliberately done. This is a bill that should not become law. It is a bill that will come back to be an embarrassment to our Members who have supported it. I wish it were not so. I know how these things happen. You do not always have time to do everything you want to do. You try to do something you think is right, but ultimately in a bill as important as this one that has tremendous impact on the future of our country and our legal system and our commitment to the rule of law, we ought to get it right. We ought not to let this one slide by. It is not acceptable to say, let’s just pass something and we will send it to the House and maybe the House of Representatives will stand up and stop it and fix it. That is not acceptable for the great Senate of the United States.

  • the employers of illegal aliens would be given an amnesty for cheating on their taxes,
  • the government would for all practical purposes have to take an illegal alien’s word for it that he has been in the country illegally long enough to qualify for an amnesty.
  • $500 billion in additional welfare payments it will cost American taxpayers

Now get on the horn an rip your senator a new body orifice for selling out America. Both of mine rejected the bill and voted against it. When I see my senator next week, I’m going to thank him for voting no.

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