Sunday, April 3, 2011

Mexican official speaks against American bill

An immigration enforcement activist is outraged that a member of the Mexican government was allowed to speak against a bill at a North Carolina legislative meeting. The proposed bill would stop government agencies from accepting bogus ID cards issued to illegal immigrants by the Mexican government.

For the first time since the Civil War, the North Carolina Legislature is controlled by Republicans. As a result, the Judicial Committee was able to pass H.B. 33, which forbids government officials from accepting the Matricula Consular cards. These cards are sold to illegal aliens by Mexican consulates in order to provide "official identification." The bill is now headed to a vote in the full North Carolina House...[Full Article]