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Legalization-First Could Scuttle Immigration Plan

diren Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 6:40 AM
To All RNC-Ldrs, McConnell, Boehnor, Cantor, Preibus, Rand Paul, Rubio, Tea Partyers, Conservatives, Republicans, Independents, We mostly need more Inds and women citizens-voters to support Cons-candiates Now-2014-16-beyond ! The pro-Amnesty Leftsts-Libs-Dems-RINO's are using the "Nov-2012-Rep-election-losses, "Akin-Mourdock-fiasco" as an excuse to push their pro-illegal-alien-amnesty-propaganda-rhetoric ! Dems want 1,000,000s new anti-US-Dem-voters, RINO's want cheap labor, from amnestied illegals. In that scenario the Dems win the country, take control of the US-Govt-House-Senate-Courts ! The whole US-Govt will end up being like California if we don't put the brakes on Obama-Rubio-Schumer-McAmnesty-Durbin-Cantor Amnesty-$cheme-$cam !
spectator2 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 7:39 AM
If amnesty passes, and it looks as though the controlling faction of the Republican party is caving in a landslide for it, you can blame the fake "real" conservatives for beilng so brainless about this. There IS no Republican, save for possibly Tancredo, Steve King, or Duncan Hunter who would have put themselves on the line with this issue, and they weren't running. So who was the magic conservative who was going to save us from this. (On top of that, Romney had the perfect resume for turning around our economy, and you can be he'd be working on that instead of amnesty now.
spectator2 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 7:35 AM
Excuse me, but it's a myth that Susanna Martinez is anti-amnesty. She ridiculed Romney for talking about "self-deportation", which is about mandating E-Verify and drying up jobs for illegals. When she talks in platitudes, she sounds good, but when you get to the details, she wants "those who want to stay" to stay.

And where's Romney on your list? Is he never going to get any credit for standing up for Americans on this issue, the only presidential candidate in recent memory to do so. Oh, that's right -- he wasn't "pure" enough for the "real" conservative Republicans so they stayed home. Only trouble is, this is the one conservative issue which will kill this country without any recourse; there's no undoing amnesty.
diren Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 6:40 AM
We don't need to pander to the invadng-hordes of legal, illegal-alien, Infiltrators-$cl-$vcs-Amnesty !

Lower the Legal-quotas Now !

pro-USA-pro-USC, Tea-Party-Cons-Reps must work together to bring the Independent and women citizens-voters back to our side as in Nov-2010, then We'll Win in 2013-14-16-beyond by Alot !

pro-USA-pro-USC,

Rand Paul, Steve King, Mike Lee, Louis Gomert, Lou Barletta, Tim Huelskamp, Justin Amash, Devin Nunez, Mike Pence,

Trey Gowdy, Dana Rohrabacher, Tom Coburn, Tim Johnson, Pat Toomey, John Kasich, Scott Walker, Sheriff Joe,

Marsha Blackburn, Kelly Ayotte, Nikki Haley, D-Fischer, J-Brewer, S-Martinez, M-Bachman,

many more like them in the US-House-Senate-States Should be the leaders of the Republican Party !
To hear Sen. Charles Schumer tell it, lawmakers crafting an immigration reform bill will focus on two big tasks. "First, defining metrics that demonstrate that the border is secure," the New York Democrat explained at a Jan. 31 news conference. "Second, defining exactly what the path to citizenship looks like and how it proceeds."

For Schumer and some Senate colleagues, that is the short version of immigration reform: first, border security, and second, a path to citizenship.

But immigration reform as envisioned by the so-called Gang of Eight is actually a three-step process. Schumer left out the first part: immediate...