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The High Price of Obama’s Amnesty

gluizer Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 10:07 AM
You know I feel for kids brought here only to find themselves deported to a country they don't know. That said, children have paid for the sins of their parents for as far back as anyone can remember. For example, how about the child of a drug addict, how about the child of a criminal, how about the child of a single parent, how about the child born in a ghetto, etc. What should we do gather them all up and put them in a environment that gives them all the same food, clothing, etc.? Its sad that some minors who were brought here as babies might get deported but their parents made this happen not the US. The minors who are close to the age of majority could always apply for visa's to continue their education as can the adults.
And that rhymes with "P" and stands "Pool" and thata means we got trouble.
This is a BS charge. Romney said he thought the minority opinion got it right--its a penalty and as such its unconstitutional. Romney then said while in his opinion and that of the minority of the court its a penalty, since the court majority has ruled the penalty is a tax then that is what we have to call it and treat it as--a tax. I don't see any flip flopping or confusion--Romney agrees with the minority but recognizes the authority of the Supreme Court. Romney has promised to repeal Obama Care and Romney has reiterated that promise, despite the courts decision that the penalty is constitutional when viewed as a tax.
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