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Rubio's Amnesty: A Path to Oblivion for the GOP

davidfarrar Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 9:26 AM
It doesn't matter what conditions are placed on illegal aliens to earn their right to citizenship, all will be broken because neither political parties are politically interested in enforcement, as we have seen since the last attempt at amnesty. Last time around we put our faith in Congress to actually carry out the promises made during their negotiations; that was our mistake and we lost our shirts. This time around it has to be based on an Amendment rather than Congress alone. ex animo davidfarrar

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