• With: Neil Cavuto

    Where's our lobby?

    Where's our agenda?

    Who's looking after us?

    Is it me or does it seem lately you have to be from outside this country to get any support from this country?

    Illegals get the attention. Legal Americans get the bill.

    Illegals can protest outside the White House for rights they don't even have.

    While authorities who can see them in broad daylight ignore them as if they don't have a clue.

    On our dime. On all our dimes.

    Because we don't only have to put up with this. We have to pay for this.

    So we do. Just like we have.

    Enrolling kids who shouldn't be here, for classes beyond crowded here, paid for by communities already taxed to the max here. Make due. Make room. Make haste.

    I've heard of having a heart, but does anybody have a clue?

    Forget about whether illegals are cutting in immigrants' line. Why do I get the feeling, they're cutting in legal Americans' line? In our line?

    First for care and the first to get Washington to jump.

    We can squawk over the costs and how so many got here. But the bills keep piling up, and I don't see Washington moving to get them out of here.

    They're here. And they're not going anywhere.

    Not because it's hard to do but I really suspect because it's something some in Washington don't want to do.

    They'd rather slap a sheriff rounding up illegals with a lawsuit.

    Than punish the folks he's rounding up for breaking the law!

    That's what's weird. The whole thing is weird.

    We've gone from melting pot, to pushing policies that seem crafted by politicians smoking pot!

    Pushed by the same crowd that defends Israel's right to defend its borders.

    But happily abandons ours.

    And God forbid you should call for order.

    You're out of order you're out of your mind. But worse, you're a bigot.

    Simply because you appreciate the difference between the U.S. being a beacon, and now the U.S. being a blue-light special.

    A limited-time only, get in while the gettin's good sales event.

    For them, maybe.

    I'm not so sure about us.

    They're cutting in line.

    And all I see us doing is cutting checks.