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America: Yeah, Immigration Reform Probably Won't Happen This Year

bub10 Wrote: Sep 03, 2013 3:38 PM
the Texas side of the border is safer than Missouri! don't let these antis kid you.the leading most cited authority is F A I R AND cENTER FOR iMMIGRATION rEFORM gOOGLE THEM for bias then yell
cashbuckyyy Wrote: Sep 06, 2013 2:33 PM
"safer than Missouri" Is that supposed to be a joke? Ask anybody who lives along the border, ask a border control agent. The border is hyper dangerous, and most of it is wide open.

Get the excellent documentary, "They Come to America II." To order a DVD look it up on Googe or Bing by the title ($19.99 for 5 copies). Give one to anyone who will watch it. If everyday American citizens knew just how it is bad along the border they would overwhelm their representatives demanding the border be secured. Real everyday citizens would shout down the billionaire bought and paid for professional "protesters" who are demanding amnesty.

Get the documentary, watch it, and use it to recruit other citizens who want to have a country (the USA) they can call their homeland

And it aint no 11 million; it is more like 25 million, see Immigration Jeff Sessions estimated the Senate bill would legalize 33 million in 10 years. Once "chain migration" kicks in it would almost certainly become 50 to 60 million.

With a strike on Syria imminent and major budget battles on the horizon, Americans aren't counting on Congress to get anything done about illegal immigration this year. A new Rasmussen Report shows just 28 percent of voters believe comprehensive legislation will be passed by Congress and signed by the President. Confidence levels about the federal government security the border are also very low.

A continuing problem for the reformers is that just 32% of voters think it is at least somewhat likely that the federal government would actually secure the border and prevent illegal immigration, and that...