Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Kempthorne Visit to the CNMI

So, Kempthorne will be here for short period of time, but he will have a very busy schedule. He is seen as a fair individual, so it's our hope that he sees all the sides of the immigration debate with long term vision and without the DC liberals banging away at the door. One also has to wonder what Cohen and Tenorio have been reporting back to the DC folks. They must be nervous to know that some of what they have said will be incorrect. Kempthorne should know that much of the advice has been based on individuals with strong personal political agendas.

First, there is no question that an immigration takeover will kill tourism. Second, the first people to lose jobs will be the foreign workers who support the take over. Who will give them jobs with an economy getting killed off. The locals will survive, but at the expense of the US taxpayer. Entitlements, healthcare, etc. will be heavily relied on -- in fact, it should be the quid pro quo for giving up immigration.

The immigration takeover will kill foreign investment -- thus kill any future business developments. Advocates for immigration takeover should answer the question -- who the heck will invest in the CNMI if foreign investment is killed?

So, what happens to the jobs? The tourists? All gone. Hopefully Kempthorne will get the true picture. The CNMI and our people are not as evil as the DC Democrats and the extremist bloggers make us to be.


Anonymous said...

Kempthorne is an idiot.

He came here for barely 24 hours and then made comments as if he has lived here for 30 years.

He has no clue and is as mindless and willing to crucify the CNMI as the democrats are.

He already made comments that regardless of what happens to the CNMI, he will make sure that the foreign workers are taken care of and their status changed..


A US Presidential Cabinet member is protecting the rights of citizens from another country while he spits on the rights and graves of the very US Citizens that his administration sent to fight in a war?

Somebody needs to wake this guy up.

When did the Philippines, China, Bangledesh and Nepal all become a part of the United States???

Everyone seems to forget that these people are not forced to stay here, they can all leave tomorrow if they wanted. But they don't. They stay here of their own free will as a guest of the local people.

How would the USA like it if we the CNMI all of the sudden gave US Citizenship to all the foreign nationals in their country? How do you think that would change their communities and voting demographics? What about culture? Religion?

Where are the advocates for the rights of the local people of the CNMI?

I feel like the US has turned its back on us and it is time for us to turn our backs on them. can ..Go to hell.

I will trade my US Passport for a UN Trust Territory passport any day.

At least then, we the owners of this land, had rights and free will.

Bruce A. Bateman said...

He came, he went, he didn't change one tiny fraction of his preset agenda.

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