Who Was the Only Presidential Candidate to commit to Sessions’ 15 Point Plan?

Who was the only Presidential Candidate who committed to Senator Jeff Sessions’ 15 point action plan to restore law and order to America’s broken immigration system?

Mike Huckabee.

It’s outrageous that Huckabee’s commitment, in writing, would go unappreciated by so many conservative Republicans who claim to be so concerned about Illegal Immigration.

Huckabee pledged to build the fences on both the Northern and Southern borders by July 1, 2010. He should be applauded, not ridiculed.

It’s not often that I disagree with Michelle Malkin, but on this post she was totally wrong.

Here’s what Huckabee said about immigration during his CPAC speech on February 9th:

Let me also say that it is right for our country, in believing in our sovereignty, to demand that we have something that every nation on earth accepts and, in fact, assumes would be a part of its nation’s essentials — a secure border. How we can ever believe that we can be a sovereign nation or a free nation without securing our borders is beyond me.

And ladies and gentlemen, our national government has miserably failed to do something that most of us all across this country realize. This is a great nation that welcomes people. We’re not hostile. We’ve always been a nation of immigrants. Most of us come from ancestors who immigrated here from somewhere. But we’re also a nation of law, and we believe that if you knock on our front door and you’re hungry, chances are we’ll ask you to sign the guest book and we’ll try to feed you and help you. But if you break through the window in the middle of the night, God help you. (Cheers, applause.)

The sad thing is when our own government puts the ladder up against the window. It’s a little hard to blame the person climbing up the ladder as much as it is the government who puts the ladder and says, “Go ahead and climb.” (Cheers, applause.) Let’s fix what’s wrong.

I’ll bet that Mike Huckabee was on our side in this GOP platform fight over shamnesty euphemisms. I’d love it if Michelle would dig a bit deeper and find out exactly where both Huckabee and Romney stood in this fight. Now is the time to stand up for the VP who will fight John McAmnesty’s plans, because that VP could be the deciding vote in the Senate.

UPDATE: Newsflash: Americans applying for the jobs illegal aliens were doing

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7 Responses to Who Was the Only Presidential Candidate to commit to Sessions’ 15 Point Plan?

  1. Pingback: Which Republican VP Is The Democrats’ Worst Nightmare? « I Took The Red Pill (and escaped the Matrix)

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  3. The original CPAC 2008 link,
    is no longer working. I found an archived version of at archive.org, and then made my own cache of that archived link using webcitation.org:

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    Please use the URL http://www.webcitation.org/5u8rUkTF6 to access the cached copy of this page

  4. I also found the CPAC 2008 speech in an archive location within the conservative.org site itself, and I similarly made a WebCite cache of that…

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    Please use the URL http://www.webcitation.org/5sQmThJWW to access the cached copy of this page

  5. Take note of how many times each of them mentioned the word “sovereignty” in their respective CPAC speeches.

    George Soros is determined to take away U.S. sovereignty.

    Mike Huckabee understands the threat and is willing to fight to defend U.S. sovereignty.

    And in my opinion, it apears that McCain and Romney, on the other hand, are satellites in the world of George Soros.

    On U.S. Sovereignty

  6. On November 11th, 2010 at 3:53 pm, ITookTheRedPill said:

    Speaking of debates,
    I would have liked to have seen the Republican Primary Debate that was supposed to have been held by CNN on February 28, 2008.

    That debate would have been very helpful to Huckabee against McCain. Had the issue of illegal immigration come up, and Huckabee was able to compare and contrast his 9 point plan against McCain-Kennedy amnesty, that could have made the difference in Huckabee winning the Texas primary on March 4th. Here were the bullet items of Huckabee’s 9 point plan:

    1. Build the Fence
    2. Increase Border Patrol
    3. Prevent Amnesty
    4. Enforce the Law on Employers
    5. Establish an Economic Border
    6. Empower Local Authorities
    7. Ensure Document Security
    8. Discourage Dual Citizenship
    9. Modernize the Process of Legal Immigration

    Instead, CNN cancelled the debate and cleansed any evidence that it had ever been planned.

    The Values Voter Coalition scheduled a venue for a substitute debate on February 3rd, but McCain refused to attend, sayin that he had a prior commitment.

    What was that prior commitment? What did McCain end up doing instead?

    Instead of debating his opponent, McCain toasted to victory with his co-conspirators…

    He attended a celebratory cookout with the media (CNN included).

    Remember Who Wanted to Debate…and Who Didn’t.

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