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Repeat of 1986: Citizenship to Come First, Border Security Later

deprogramming services Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 10:44 AM
I agree that in spite of his flaws Romney could have been a great president. At the very least he would have been better than the traitor who holds that office now. And now many Republicans are led to believe that if they kowtow to the Mexican voting block that block will not vote 70% for Democrats. But if that block is expanded by 10 or 20 or a few times that many new voters, and they have already made it clear that they will vote as racists who put their race ahead of their country, what more will the Republicans have to do to get more than 30% of their vote?
Tasha Tchin Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 6:15 PM
"... they have already made it clear that they will vote as racists who put their race ahead of their country..." This IS NOT their country, Mexico is their country and they vote in Mexico's interest, not ours. Remember, Mexico now allows dual citizenship for just this purpose and the multitude of Mexican consulates here in the US work very hard to keep it that way.

UPDATE: During an interview on The Ed Morrissey Show, Rubio said he would not support any legislation that does not guarantee enforcement and border security before the Green Card process starts. 

"We have to make sure this law is structured in a way that guarantees enforcement," Rubio said, adding if we don't do both, enforcement and citizenship, we'll see another wave of undocumented people in the future.

Legislation is expected in March and possibly introduced to the Senate floor in April. President Obama will release his plan for immigration reform tomorrow.

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