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Friday, January 31, 2014

Sen. Jeff Sessions: Obama Says He Wants to Help Alleviate Poverty, but His SOTU Program, Especially Mass Amnesty for Illegal Aliens and Immigration Acceleration, Would Do the Opposite

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

“Obama’s State of the Union Address: I Will Rule as a Dictator, Kicking Congress to the Curb, Illegally Amnesty Tens of Millions of Alien Invaders, and Improve Economic Mobility for Blacks, Hispanics, and Aliens, ALL AT WHITES’ EXPENSE (Transcript and Video).”]

Sessions Comments on

State of the Union

Address




Tuesday, January 28, 2014


WASHINGTON—U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Ranking Member of the Senate Budget Committee, issued the following statement this evening regarding President Obama’s State of the Union address:

“President Obama says he is concerned about low wages and chronic unemployment for American workers. Yet his signature second-term legislative item is an immigration bill that would immediately and permanently double the flow of new immigrant workers competing against unemployed Americans—reducing wages, increasing unemployment, and further shrinking the middle class. Experts tell us that the current, very high immigration flow is already a factor in declining wages.

His other policy proposals—more government spending, public assistance, and wage controls—are a continued attempt to deal with the symptoms of an economy that is failing and stagnant, rather than with the causes. This agenda will not only do little for those it is designed to assist in the short run, but will actually do harm to many in the long run.

With a record 1 in 5 households on food stamps, and with 92 million Americans outside the work force, it is clear what we must do: a focused national effort to help transition millions of Americans off of welfare, off of unemployment, and into good-paying jobs. This must be done without adding to the debt. Such an effort would include more American energy; better trade and immigration enforcement; welfare and tax reform; a leaner, more productive government; the elimination of regulations that destroy jobs; and the growth and confidence created by balancing the federal budget.”

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