Cumberland County Republicans will meet in Vineland at 6pm tonight, to decide which of 8 Republican candidates for Congress gets the “Regular Republican” row in the June 5 Primary Election. I am the only one of those 8 who publicly supports President Trump’s plan to enforce immigration laws, and cut the numbers of legal immigrants.
America needs immigrants. Children need milk.
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However, a child who drinks 5 gallons of milk at once will get sick or die. A nation that takes 1.2 million legal immigrants plus another million illegal immigrants each year will also get sick and die.
A child who drinks unpasteurized milk with dangerous germs will get sick or die. So will a nation that allows millions of foreigners to break our laws and move here without being checked for crime, disease, and mental illness.
Most immigrants come to the United States to escape poverty, violence, and disease. Most countries they come from have rich, natural resources.
During the past 200 years, Americans enjoyed more comfort, safety, and health than any other people in the world. When there was injustice, we corrected it faster than in any other nation. That was because we had a culture and government that respected our Constitution, laws, and the “unalienable” rights of each individual.
If countries like Mexico had our same Constitution, equal enforcement of laws and respect for the “unalienable” rights of each citizen, their people would enjoy safe, free, and comfortable lives in their home countries!
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That is the meaning of New Jersey’s motto “Liberty and Prosperity”. Where there is liberty, there is prosperity. That is why the Statue of “Liberty Enlightening the World” holds a torch in one hand, and our Declaration of Independence in the other. She is inviting the rest of the world to enjoy our way of life by recognizing and respecting the “self-evident” truths of our Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776.
“We are all created equal and endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights. Among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. To secure these rights, governments are instituted, exercising their just powers with the consent of the governed.”
We need to respect our Constitution and equally enforce our laws. This includes immigration laws. We also need to reduce legal immigration to the sustainable levels we had before 1965, when the late Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy increased legal immigration by 400%. Otherwise, we will offer future immigrants nothing but the same poverty, violence, and disease they have in their own countries.
THIS IS WHY I AM RUNNING FOR CONGRESS!
I am one of eight Republican candidates for Congress to replace Frank LoBiondo in the 2d Congressional District. However, I am the only candidate who publicly supports President Trump’s plan to #1 enforce immigration laws, and #2 reduce legal immigration to the sustainable levels we had before 1965. Before 1965, America took roughly 300,000 legal immigrants each year, and immigration laws were enforced. After 1965, America took in more than 1.2 million legal immigrants each year, and immigration laws became impossible to enforce.
Last Sunday, the Press of Atlantic City ran a front page article supporting “rights” for “unauthorized immigrants”. (The proper legal term for foreigners who break our laws to get into our country is “illegal aliens”.) In response, I posted these comments and submitted a Letter to the Editor. No other Republican candidate for Congress publicly responded in any way.
Please support me tonight (Tuesday, March 20) at the Cumberland County Republican Convention in Vineland. Please support me Saturday, March 24 at the Atlantic County Republican Convention in Northfield. Please sign my nominating petition to put me on the June 5 Primary Election ballot. To find out how, please visit https://www.sethgrossman.wpengine.com. Or please contact me at my personal email of mailto:email@example.com or (609) 927-7333. Thank you for your consideration and support!
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