LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Open borders benefit Democrats

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The social and economic blight of millions of illegal immigrants gushing across our southern border is yet another stark reminder that while trusting Americans sleep at night, their federal government negligently fails to do its duty.

More than 11 million illegals have swarmed across the border with Mexico. These people have broken the law, but under the Obama administration the broken border is being used as a sinister political gimmick to increase the number of Democratic voters, a population which is high among illegals. Not only has the rule of law been betrayed, but so, too, have the American people. It is for good reason that our overwhelmed border agents are not fortified with support — President Obama and his Democratic Party supporters are desperately looking to these unlawful immigration masses for future votes to cement long-term Democratic political victory.

Added to this atrocity is the unlawful “legislating” by the Obama administration, which continues to use backdoor directives and regulations to affirm the legal standing of illegals — outside the authority of Congress and in violation of the separation of powers. This is a blatant failure to uphold the U.S. Constitution and comply with our laws, impeachable offenses.

Now thousands of Central American minors, unaccompanied by parents or other adults, are crossing the border into Texas by the thousands without any resistance from the federal government. Others are being dropped off at bus stops and left to find their way to other locations on a spurious basis.

This is Mr. Obama’s America: lawless, broken and morally corrupt. Immigration reform that leads to any form of permanent settlement and the acquisition of voting rights must be permanently blocked and the illegal atrocities reversed, not sealed into fate by a lawless and corrupt Democratic Party.

BOB JACK

North Las Vegas, Nev.

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