Thursday, December 29, 2011

Ann Coulter on Illegals

Among the most effective measures against illegal immigration is E-Verify, the Homeland Security program that gives employers the ability to instantly confirm that their employees' Social Security numbers are legitimate. It is more than 99 percent accurate, and no employee is denied a job without an opportunity to challenge the records.

Although wildly popular with Americans -- including Hispanic Americans -- the business lobby hates E-Verify. Employers like hiring non-Americans because they can pay illegal aliens less and ignore state and federal employment laws.

Kowtowing to business (while pretending to kowtow to Hispanics), Ron Paul, Rick Perry and Rick Santorum oppose E-Verify. As a senator, Rick Santorum voted against even the voluntary use of E-Verify.

Only Michele Bachmann and Mitt Romney aren't trying to sneak through amnesty for illegal aliens. Both support E-Verify.

Coulter, shown above being interviewed by Peter Heck, feels that Obamacare and Illegal Immigration are the two issues in this election that will most effect the future of conservatism, and so the country.  She is a Romney supporter. 



Grammy said...

I'm still trying to get past Peter interviewing Ann Coulter! How exciting for him! He certainly deserves it, but this is quite the coup. Is this his highest profile interview?

I think Romney is the most electable of the bunch simply because he has dignity. He may lack sizzling charisma, but at least he has dignity. And, hey, it's not like any of the rest of them has sizzling charisma. If Ann says he's okay, I say he's okay.

Malott said...

This picture is from when Peter was invited to the CPAC Convention in Washington by the American Family Association to broadcast his show on their radio network.

In the past couple months he has had phone-in interviews with Cokie Roberts, Pat Buchanan, and Mike Pence.

He does a great job because he doesn't interupt, and asks good questions.