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A Losing Immigration Strategy

God_Of_War Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 7:05 AM
If republicans cave on immigration I will cave on the republicans. So then the situation is untenable. But then so is any hope for a free America in the future. We now have faggots teaching in our schools, special right for same sex unions (I refuse to call it "marriage"), laws making mandatory (at the point of a gun) to purchase insurance I don't want), un-checked illegal immigration, and thousands of other laws all designed to control my behavior in some fashion or another. This is not a country I can support anymore. To goddamed HELL with America. I can't stand this f'in country anymore ! ! !
Conservative abroad Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 8:03 PM
The Republicans already caved on immigration when Romney would not challenge Obama's Executive Order Amnesty and said he would staple a green card to every foreigner's diploma. I believe this was a big reason why there were over 7 million less white voters this election cycle (according to Sean Trende at Real Clear Politics). We know that Americans want laws enforced because Montana voted to restrict benefits to Illegals 80-20 but voted for Romney only 55-45.
Rock Strongo Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 8:26 AM
Although I share your basic sentiments and I'm no fan of the militant gay agenda, I don't think tossing around "faggots" is going to win over many converts.
Everyone in Washington is showing new interest in immigration reform. President Barack Obama needs to do something to cement the loyalty of Hispanics, who did so much to re-elect him. Republicans seem to grasp that they had better soften their hard line unless they want to forfeit any hope with Latinos and Asian-Americans.

Both sides also agree that a balanced, two-part approach is in order: stricter enforcement and improved border security on one hand and a pathway to legalization on the other. It's an excellent plan -- except for that first part.

To say we need more enforcement to seal the border is...