Last month, the annual Eagle Forum Collegians Summit took place in Washington, DC where Birther crackpots like Jerome Corsi shared the stage with members of Congress like Michele Bachmann.
Bachmann spent a large part of her speech railing against immigration reform, telling the audience filled with college students that if any legislation passes, their taxes are going to skyrocket, the economy is going to collapse, and their futures are going to be destroyed.
“If you think taxes are high now,” Bachmann warned, “get ready! This impacts you. This means you don’t have a job. This means you don’t have benefit packages. This means you don’t have a future and a hope.”
Immigration reform should not be interested in being compassionate to those wishing to come here, she asserted, but rather focused on “America first; it’s your life first and we’ve got to get our house back in order. That’s what I’m elected to do: look out for the Americans who voted for me; my job isn’t to look out for law-breakers who broke our law to come into the country”: