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Voters Understand the Immigration Debate; Politicians Don't

awhitehead Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 3:34 AM
Every country in the world began as a nation of immigrants. Try to refrain from using Democrat arguments. The simple fact is that we do not have any idea who is really coming over the border and why. If illegal CEO's were coming across the border and taking jobs from legal CEO's, we might see a change of heart in government policy. I'm sure an Illegal CEO would be very happy to run a company for a cool $500,000 /yr rather than $200 mil/yr for a "real" American.
Panda Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 6:44 AM
Oh sure. It's all about class warfare, right?

Newsflash, whitehead: WE DON'T WANT THE LAW BROKEN. WE DON'T WANT THE BORDER OPEN. WE DON'T CARE ABOUT THE CLASS LEVEL OF THOSE BREAKING THE LAW.

I hope you managed to understand that.

Sheesh.
sparcboy Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 8:01 AM
I don't think whitehead meant to imply anything about class warfare, rather that if those with strong political influence were losing their jobs, something would be done about it.

As long as it's just us peon, average Americans paying the bill, no one in DC seems to care.

Wonder what would happen if illegal senators and representatives could come over and we could vote them in to office to replace our current schmucks?

As the U.S. Supreme Court wrestles with the Obama administration's challenge of Arizona's crackdown on illegal immigration, the overall issue of immigration remains misunderstood by both political parties in Washington.

Many Washington Republicans confuse voter opposition to illegal immigration with opposition to all immigration. Their remarks often contain an ugly tone toward those who want to come to America.

Many Washington Democrats confuse public respect for hardworking immigrants with a belief that borders and immigration laws don't matter. Their remarks often contain an ugly tone toward those who believe the nation's immigration laws should be enforced.

On the issues before the...