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White House Shuts I.C.E. Agents Out of Immigration Reform Discussion

dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 2:03 PM
I lived there till 2000, and moved to NorCal. The place to look for illegal immigrants there is any neighborhood taco shop. Is a taco vendor costing San Diego so ""enormously" today? Don't get me wrong. Democrats aren't into my kind of reality either. Nor is the great gay pride of San Diego; which today makes the problem of illegal taco shop employees pale in comparison. Why don't we handle those unholy challenges to our society with the same outrage as is spent on peons from Mexico?

Unionized Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agents are speaking out against the White House immigration reform plan and AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka. Agents claim the White House has completely shut them out of discussions about how immigration reform will affect the safety of agents, specifically of those working along the dangerous southwest Border with Mexico.

"We went directly to the Obama administration as well as the AFL-CIO with real matters of life and death for unionized American law enforcement officers and they shunned us," explained Crane, "we're talking about 50,000 AFL-CIO affiliate members.  We asked both the AFL-CIO...