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How does Obama reconcile his executive amnesty with what he said in his book? http://dailycaller.com/2014/11/16/shock-flashback-obama-says-illegal-immigration-hurts-blue-collar-americans-strains-welfare-video/
So the 1986 law that was supposed to protect jobs for Americans and legal immigrants is "terrible?" The only terrible aspect was that the promised enforcement that was supposed to follow never materialized thanks to pressure from those who benefit most from illegal immigration. In other words, the American people were sold out by those sworn to protect this country. As for Chavez's claim that Obama has deported record numbers of illegal aliens, that's simply not true. Even Obama admitted in 2011 that the figures are deceiving because the bulk of the deportations are of those stopped trying to enter and then immediately returned. In fact, since this imperial president took office in 2008, internal deportations have plunged 40 percent.
It's not that Americans are necessarily stupid, it's that too many of them simply don't care one way or the other. Those who do care are the victims of a mainstream media whose members have their own agenda and deliberately keep the public in the dark. Making the problem worse is that these "journalists," most of whom are the products of a liberal college system, can't spell "critical thinking" yet alone engage in it.
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The Return of Illegal Immigration

Dave1722 Wrote: Sep 26, 2013 9:21 AM
If Chapman believes that illegals are more deserving of jobs than Americans, he should have the courage to say so. If he believes that the rule of law and national sovereignty are outdated concepts, he should say so. Who cares (except pandering politicians) about the 11 million illegals, including the 7 million already in non-farming payroll jobs, while 20 million Americans can't find full-time work? Are these jobs Americans "won't do?" Not according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics that says the majority of them - construction, manufacturing, services and transporation - are already being done by citizens. Chapman doesn't belong in the newspaper business; he should be doing PR for Rep. Luis Gutierrez. Dave Gorak Executive director Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration
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