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Legalization-First Could Scuttle Immigration Plan

Icthelite Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 9:25 AM
One of the issues I have talked to about with this sudden impact of 11,000,000 new back door citizens is the additional damage it is going to have on the already 20 plus million unemployed and to our economy. Those that make up portions of this illegal plague hovering over us that are working and getting paid under the table send a goodly portion of their monies back to the families they left behind. One of the issues I have talked to about with this sudden impact of 11,000,000 new back door citizens is the additional damage it is going to have on the already 20 plus million unemployed and to our economy........
gwharpo Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 11:10 AM
It will take the Country down. The goal of the regime and the left.
Icthelite Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 9:29 AM
It’s no wonder we hear about the governments of those countries that are pushing their work force to come here and find ‘any type’ of work they can actually lobbying our government to push the Gang of Eights plan through as soon as possible. The money these new Green Card holders will make will not be going into our economy they will be sent out to subsidize the economy of the country they left behind. Then because they have sent more money home than it takes to live on here they end up filing for subsidies like living allowances, food stamps, free phones, free medical, etc..
InAmericaSince1627 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 10:12 AM
We could just "Nationalize" Mexico. I mean Zack Taylor and the military took it clear to Mexico City in 1847. We had it, maybe we should have kept it. We would have had all their natural resources and all that cheap labor.

OK, OK I'll go away..
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...