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GOP-Style Immigration

jkacan Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 5:53 PM
I agree with Romney,but he not know all problem with illegals.When peoples from another country with good education apply for come here legal,that in normal and OK,but that another who invede and enter illegals is complete different view,that are invader and criminals who must give no any chance for stay here,who respect a Law we can give a chance,who NOT deportate.A real point are not all come here for better life, that is a big lie,today I was listen two Portorrican talk in Spanish,one said "well I was live well in Portorrico,but come here for better life,sure in Portorrico no secction 8,no food stamp,no desability,no benefit,that way come here,all another illegals too,every excuse is lie.

Some prominent Republicans, including Mitt Romney, have recently signaled their willingness to consider legal immigration reform -- but it's not clear they understand the magnitude of the problem or the proper solution.

Romney told a Univision audience that he supported immigration reform and told a group of Latino elected officials that he'd "staple a green card" to the diploma of every immigrant who earned an advanced degree. Even stalwart immigration foe Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Tex.) seemed willing to consider the idea of more visas for highly skilled graduates in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). But the need for more...