George W. Bush in 2006 Signed the Bill to Build the Wall for $4.4-10.6 Billion

the independent media source eraoflightdotcom“Calling the Kettle Black by The Dems and Deep State”

Before calling the Kettle Black Congress and Speaker of the House need to clean up there own Kettle and get there head out of the sand….. When Obama has spent at least $15 Million and Congress has planned to spend at least $75 Million for Border Security. Obama had already started the Wall………….George W Bush in 2006 signed the Bill to build the wall for $4.4 – $10.6 Billion. Why was it not built through GWB when it was Passed by Congress the Senate and Signed by GWB?

Who in the Hell can trust the Government when Bills are passed approved and signed and then it comes back up again don’t they have the ability to research on archived Bills by previous Presidents. That is why the United States of America Corporation is defunct and we need to go back to the Original Republic of the United States of America and the Original Constitution.

Below in Bold is an article from the Boston Globe by: Annie Linskey reporter

By Annie Linskey GLOBE STAFF
JANUARY 27, 2017

WASHINGTON — As a senator, Barack Obama once offered measured praise for the border control legislation that would become the basis for one of Donald Trump’s first acts as president.

“The bill before us will certainly do some good,” Obama said on the Senate floor in October 2006. He praised the legislation, saying it would provide “better fences and better security along our borders” and would “help stem some of the tide of illegal immigration in this country.”

Obama was talking about the Secure Fence Act of 2006, legislation authorizing a barrier along the southern border passed into law with the support of 26 Democratic senators including party leaders like Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, and Chuck Schumer.

Since 2013, the Obama administration, through a partnership with the Mexican government known as the Mérida Initiative, has already spent at least $15 million helping Mexico secure its southern border, according to a nonpartisan Congressional Research Service report.

Fact Sheet: The Secure Fence Act of 2006

“This bill will help protect the American people. This bill will make our borders more secure. It is an important step toward immigration reform.”
– President George W. Bush, 10/26/06

Today, President Bush Signed The Secure Fence Act – An Important Step Forward In Our Nation’s Efforts To Control Our Borders And Reform Our Immigration System. Earlier this year, the President laid out a strategy for comprehensive immigration reform. The Secure Fence Act is one part of this reform, and the President will work with Congress to finish the job and pass the remaining elements of this strategy.

The Secure Fence Act Builds On Progress Securing The Border

By Making Wise Use Of Physical Barriers And Deploying 21st Century Technology, We Can Help Our Border Patrol Agents Do Their Job And Make Our Border More Secure. The Secure Fence Act:

  • Authorizes the construction of hundreds of miles of additional fencing along our Southern border;
  • Authorizes more vehicle barriers, checkpoints, and lighting to help prevent people from entering our country illegally;
  • Authorizes the Department of Homeland Security to increase the use of advanced technology like cameras, satellites, and unmanned aerial vehicles to reinforce our infrastructure at the border.

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Begins With Securing The Border. Since President Bush took office, we have:

  • More than doubled funding for border security – from $4.6 billion in 2001 to $10.4 billion this year;
  • Increased the number of Border Patrol agents from about 9,000 to more than 12,000 – and by the end of 2008, we will have doubled the number of Border Patrol agents since the President took office;
  • Deployed thousands of National Guard members to assist the Border Patrol;
  • Upgraded technology at our borders and added infrastructure, including new fencing and vehicle barriers;
  • Apprehended and sent home more than 6 million people entering America illegally; and
  • We are adding thousands of new beds in our detention facilities, so we can continue working to end “catch and release” at our Southern border.

This Act Is One Part Of Our Effort To Reform Our Immigration System, And We Have More Work To Do

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Requires That We Enforce Our Immigration Laws Inside America. It is against the law to knowingly hire illegal workers, so the Administration has stepped up worksite enforcement. Many businesses want to obey the law, but cannot verify the legal status of their employees because of the widespread problem of document fraud, so the President has also called on Congress to create a better system for verifying documents and work eligibility.

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Requires That We Reduce The Pressure On Our Border By Creating A Lawful Path For Foreign Workers To Enter Our Country On A Temporary Basis. A temporary worker program would meet the needs of our economy, reduce the appeal of human smugglers, make it less likely that people would risk their lives to cross the border, and ease the financial burden on State and local governments by replacing illegal workers with lawful taxpayers. Above all, a temporary worker program would add to our security by making certain we know who is in our country and why they are here.

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Requires That We Face The Reality That Millions Of Illegal Immigrants Are Here Already. The President opposes amnesty but believes there is a rational middle ground between granting an automatic path to citizenship for every illegal immigrant and a program of mass deportation. Illegal immigrants who have roots in our country and want to stay should have to pay a meaningful penalty for breaking the law, pay their taxes, learn English, work in a job for a number of years, and wait in line behind those who played by the rules and followed the law.

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Requires That We Honor The Great American Tradition Of The Melting Pot. Americans are bound together by our shared ideals, an appreciation of our history, respect for the flag we fly, and an ability to speak and write the English language. When immigrants assimilate and advance in our society, they realize their dreams, renew our spirit, and add to the unity of America.

“With U.S. support, the Mexican government has been implementing a southern border security plan since 2013 that has involved the establishment of 12 advanced naval bases on the country’s rivers and three security cordons that stretch more than 100 miles north of the Mexico-Guatemala and Mexico-Belize borders,” Congressional Research Service wrote in a February 2016 report.

“The State Department has provided $15 million in equipment and training assistance, including NII equipment, mobile kiosks, canine teams, and training for INAMI officials in the southern border region. It plans to spend at least $75 million in that area,” CRC wrote.

INAMI is the Mexico’s National Institute of Migration. NII equipment are X-ray or gamma-ray imaging systems meant to screen cars, trucks and containers.

The State Department website calls the Merida Initiative “an unprecedented partnership between the United States and Mexico to fight organized crime and associated violence while furthering respect for human rights and the rule of law.”

The initiative was launched in 2007, and since then Congress has appropriated $2.3 billion to fund the initiative. There are “four pillars” to the program: “disrupting the operational capacity of organized crime,” institutionalizing reforms to sustain the rule of law and respect for human rights in Mexico,” “creating a 21st border,” and “building strong and resilient communities.”

Trump has proposed making Mexico fund the building of a wall on the American southern border. He plans to do this by blocking money transfers from the U.S to Mexico, until the Mexican government spends “a one-time payment of $5–$10 billion.”

Obama has called this proposal “half-baked.” “This is just one more example of something that is not thought through and is primarily put forward for political consumption,” Obama has said.

Obama when he was a Senator in 2006 voted on the Approved Bill and Signed for enactment by George W. Bush, so if it is “half-baked” by Trump then why it was not “half-baked” with GWB’s Bill in 2006; Why was the Wall not Built with GWB’s Bill that was approved and signed into enactment in 2006?


Don Brown‏ @donbrown1222 4h4 hours ago
Donald J. Trump … via @whitehouse There is a Bill in place that was enacted by President George Bush and Senator Obama voted on it in 2006 … Don Brown White Wolf

Don Brown‏ @donbrown1222 4h4 hours ago
The Wall was voted on for $4.6 – $10.6 Billion so they just need to follow through on what was passed the Dems and Nancy Pelosi need to get there head out of the sand…….

Don Brown‏ @donbrown1222 3h3 hours ago
@SpeakerPelosi Dear Madam Speaker There is a Bill that has already been passed and voted on through President George W. Bush of which President Obama voted on during the time he was a Senator this was in 2006 here is the Link … Bill was signed and by GWB

Don Brown‏ @donbrown1222 3h3 hours ago
@SpeakerPelosi Also … so you and the Dems and the Deep State need to get your heads out of the sand and do your research before making stupid allocations.0 replies 0 retweets 0 likes

Don Brown‏ @donbrown1222 2h2 hours ago
@SenSchumer There is a Bill that was Voted on and Approved in 2006 for the Southern Border signed by President George W Bush …

Don Brown‏ @donbrown1222 2h2 hours ago
@SenSchumer This bill for the Southern Border was for $4.6 – $10. Billion that George W bush signed in 2006 Why was it not built. Another Failed Operative of Congress and the US Corporation. The Dems and the Deep State need to get their head out of the sand. Do your Job.



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