Amnesty will sink us: Oppose radical amnesty

Please read “Bill Clinton Saved His Presidency. Here’s How Biden Can, Too.” (The New York Times, November 8). Democrats Mark Penn (adviser to the Clintons) and Andrew Stein (former president of the New York City Council) have important advice for Democrats:

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Stop the madness. Reject Plan C in the budget reconciliation bill

It has been a painful few months hearing about the humanitarian crisis at the border, and I want to believe that you have good intentions. However, this feeling is fading in light of the poor decisions you are making with your immigration policies. I’m very hopeful that you will get things back on track and keep immigration out of the budget reconciliation bill.

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The promise of work permits encourages illegal immigration

Incentives matter. Migrants may be poor but they are just as capable as you or I of doing a cost-benefit analysis. Upon taking office, President Biden quickly signaled that illegal immigration would not just be tolerated, but celebrated. Congress piled on by promising rewards for illegal immigration, such as work permits.

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Lower emissions by lowering immigration-driven growth

To achieve a long-term reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, America must work toward population stabilization. This is a daunting goal because, as of today, the U.S. Census Bureau predicts that by 2060 America will grow by 79 million people, with roughly 90% due to immigration.

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Keep amnesty out of budget reconciliation

I am dismayed that some anti-American worker and anti-legal immigrant worker Democrats are calling on Sen. Schumer and Vice President Harris to ignore the Senate parliamentarian and include an illegal alien amnesty in the budget reconciliation bill. In case you forgot, the parliamentarian did not mince her words; she was unequivocal that passing an amnesty for millions of illegal aliens goes far beyond its simple budgetary impact and needs to be carefully considered by Congress in standalone legislation.

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