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Floridians  for  Immigration  Enforcement

When immigration is viewed only racially and culturally, limits and legality will never be imposed.  The debate must focus on limitations and lawfulness, otherwise open borders will make the United States a marketplace and not a country.

FLoridians for IMmigration ENforcement (FLIMEN) is a group of concerned Floridians advocating for immigration enforcement.  The group will also strive to eliminate illegal immigration incentives and will challenge the myths and pandering by elected officials and newspapers.  Please consider signing up for free FLIMEN Alerts.

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Driver's Licenses

Because thirteen of the 9/11 terrorists had Florida driver's licenses the granting of Florida driver's licenses affects Americans in all states.

The main point is:

  • Don't reward illegal aliens for their illegal acts. History has proven condoning ilelgal immigration increases illegal immigration.

Other points are:

  • Proponets claim provisions will prevent criminals and terrorists from obtaining a driver's license.  In actuality Florida would be dependent on background checks performed by third-world countries, if performed at all.  We must not outsource America's security."
  • History has proven that condoning illegal immigration increases illegal immigration. The State of Florida estimate of 420,000 illegal aliens in Florida will swell even further.
  • The issue of driver's licenses has a scope wider than highway safety, the main benefit touted by proponents.  Driver's licenses, often referred to as "breeder documents", are 'keys to the kingdom' and allow access to a myriad of costly services.
  • Fraudulent non-citizen voting will explode, an issue ignored by elite politicians and media.  The federal Motor Voter law requires every state to provide the option of voter registration.  Yet proof of citizenship is NOT required - only a signature is required!  The estimated national average for non-citizen voting is about 2-4 percent with it spiking up to 10-15 percent in places like Dade County, Florida, and in major cities that have large current immigrant populations, a number likely far greater than numbers disputed in the 2000 Florida voting fiasco.
The battle is not over because a bill to give driver's licenses to illegal aliens is filed every Session.  We must be ready to fight this travesty against Floridians in every committee and in every Florida district!