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Rules for Addressing Amnesty

jdirt Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 4:24 AM
One of the many great articles on how illegal immigration is going to destroy this country. It appears that the only people who want it are in DC or a special interest group. However, the special interest group of ordinary Americans do not want amnesty period. But nobody represents us. Nobody listens to us. Just shut up and pay your taxes.
C. R.4 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 9:37 PM
Well, you know as their employers, we can fire them by forcing them to resign or a recall. They have forgotten they work for us and we can boot their behinds out and let them leave with no retirement, no insurance, and no free college for their kids. Go home to a real life and work just as our forefathers did. Worked well for America then and can do so now. If they really thought Americans had the courage to kick butt, they might shape up!
A.30 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 8:09 AM
If only our political class would follow these suggestions, we would not have as big a problem with illegal immigration and our unemployment problem may well be solved as well.Great article and a wonderful speech at CPAC.
A.30 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 8:09 AM
If only our political class would follow these suggestions, we would not have as big a problem with illegal immigration and our unemployment problem may well be solved as well.Great article and a wonderful speech at CPAC.
Republicans are getting a lot of unsolicited advice about how to recover from last year's defeat, and most of it is either ignorant or coming from people who don't have Republican party victories in their game plan. One of the worst of these bits of advice is that Republicans should join a bipartisan push for immigration amnesty.

Amnesty advocates shrink from using the word amnesty and try hard to shroud their message in deceptive words. So let's understand their vocabulary: reform, comprehensive, earned legal status and path to citizenship are all code words for amnesty.

At the recent conservative jamboree called CPAC,...