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James 1321 = Absolutely, I think the best way for the House to move forward is to present a simple bill first. But they should make it as irresistible to the public commentary as possible, make it a winning argument from the start. Perhaps similar items as in the Senate bill but with time frames. Have a three part plan Bill 1 work double enforcement for 6 months with huge emphasis on visa enforcement (don't call it "build the fence, that's a looser in the media) Bill 2 "will be passed when bill 1 complete" etc
This is a terrible bill, there is language to allow...NO FENCE TO BE BUILT! Breitbart's Mathew Boyle revealed this : On page 35, line 24 of the new bill, a provision was inserted that says Napolitano--who already believes the border is secure--can decide against building a fence if she chooses not to erect one: Notwithstanding paragraph (1), nothing in this subsection shall require the Secretary to install fencing, or infrastructure that directly results from the installation of such fencing, in a particular location along the Southern border, if the Secretary determines that the use or placement of such resources is not the most appropriate means to achieve and maintain effective control over the Southern border at such location. The “paragraph (1)” that new waiver refers to is the one that supposedly “requires” the construction of a fence along the border. Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall establish a strategy, to be known as the ‘Southern Border Fencing Strategy,’ to identify where 700 miles of fencing (including double-layer fencing), infrastructure, and technology, including at ports of entry, should be deployed along the Southern border,” that paragraph of the bill reads. This could allow illegal aliens to be granted amnesty, or legalized “Registered Provisional Immigration (RPI)” status, once Secretary Napolitano submits a fencing (and border security) plan to Congress. However, this provision allows Napolitano to decide against building the fence after doing so, with no legal ramifications. libertynewsreview.com
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Bit by Bit Strategy

libertynewsreview.com Wrote: Jun 27, 2013 8:00 PM
Yes the name of the team is old fashioned but not an insult. In fact it was chosen because there was a respect for the native American's historic tough fighting ability correct? I understand that this name would never be chosen now, but until the team is sold or moved etc, let's not act like it is an actual problem. PS Aren't there many native American's who don't think of it in the negative way and actually root for this team? Guy P Mitchell libertnewsreview.com
It is too bad about Paula, how the press and other people with their own issues and imperfections jumped on her so quickly. Hypocrisy everywhere and no where to hide, for Paula. Guy P Mitchell
I think everyone should put their ideas and opinions out there, hopefully after a good deal of reading and thinking their positions through. It is tough like Jerry55 wrote but if you discuss these things carefully you can win a few people over. Guy P Mitchell libertnewsreview.com
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