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Congressman Floats "Conservative Approach" to Immigration Reform

jdirt Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 12:56 AM
How are you going to deal with the fraud and broken laws they commit? Will they be allowed citizenship? What about future children who come here through no fault of MINE? What about the welfare the obamacare? The end of the line is currently 25 YEARS do they know that??
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 1:11 PM

Dear jdirt:

That question
". . . fraud and broken laws they commit,"

is essentially hypothetical, OK? Are you used to falsely accusing classes of people on a whim? Think about it. Obama uses class envy exactly the same way as he opposes conservatives. He just lays out his slander without cause and dummies everywhere swallow it. You're learning from Obama how to lie.

Rep. Raul Labrador, an Idaho Republican who was born in Puerto Rico, penned an op/ed in yesterday's Los Angeles Times summarizing what he sees as a conservative vision for comprehensive immigration reform.  Labrador worked as an immigration lawyer for 15 years, which makes him uniquely qualified to take a stab at this problem -- especially compared to many of his fellow lawmakers.  He begins with a firm pre-condition -- strong, accountable border enforcement before anything else:
 

The starting place — the trigger for reforming and modernizing our immigration system — must be securing our...