The buffoonish Senators in the so-called Gang of Eight got together for a jocular introduction of their grand immigration plan last week. I guess they have been so busy that they hadn't been keeping up with current events in Boston:
Take it away Howie Carr:
So once again, no good deed goes unpunished.
Uncle Sam lets another bunch of leeching future terrorists into the country who have absolutely no business being here, gives them “asylum,” making them immediately eligible for welfare, and this is the thanks we get?
They turn into mass murderers.
We bring in thousands of Muslims from a primitive society that has been battling Christians for centuries, and put them into a peaceful Christian society — what could possible go wrong?
This is what I was thinking about yesterday, with much of the city under what amounted to martial law. Once more, law-abiding American citizens were paying the price for the insane immigration policies that have so damaged this society in recent years.
You can see the decay everywhere — in the emergency rooms, in the courts, in the welfare offices and, yes, in the epidemic of senseless murders.
And also at places as mundane as grocery or big box stores where the "guests in our country" crowd in to pick up their loot with their EBT cards and the post office where they mail some of it to their real homes in a foreign land.
But please, before the Kool-Aid drinkers in the Senate try to get amnesty for at least 12 million undocumented Democrats, can somebody please consider how many more of these Dzhokhar Tsarnaevs we really need?
A better question: How many of these jihadist “refugees” can we as a society survive?
Look at the chaos and the tragedy these Chechens have inflicted on the people of Boston this week. Who asked them to come here? What exactly do they contribute to the culture? They have had everything — absolutely everything — handed to them.
Obviously, no other country in the world wanted these sharia-crazed Stone Age Muslim terrorists.
Only the out-of-touch Washington elite could possibly believe that American taxpayers have so much spare cash and unfilled unskilled jobs that they want to import more primitive poor people from around the world and install them in the spare bedroom with a pocketful of walking around money. We have done way too much of that already and as that great philosopher Jeremiah Wright might say, "America's Chechens have come home to roost."