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7 Political Questions for Republicans Who Support Amnesty

Kenneth L. Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 9:26 AM
A lot of discussion about immigration in the comments so far. Here's the key point: immigration is good for the U.S. Population growth will help fund Social Security, for example, and it's been shown that one educated immigrant worker can create several support jobs, raise productivity and help us improve our standard of living. BUT... This pre-supposes that we have carefully conceived eligibility rules controlling social "entitlements." If we're giving un-educated, non-English-speaking illegals welfare, food stamps and free education, we should figure out how to stop. That is the precisely wrong incentive to use to attract immigrants.
tibby2 Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 9:47 AM
Better idea. For each working illegal, export a non-working entitlement queen.

Republicans who support amnesty are like global warming alarmists. They can't answer the most basic questions about what they believe. Since the Republican Party is now once again considering going to war with itself over amnesty instead of trying to move the ball forward for conservatism, it seems like a good time to ask some of the crucial questions that always seem to be conspicuously ignored because the pro-amnesty side has no answers.

1) How many net votes would the GOP lose if illegal immigrants become citizens? Barack Obama beat Mitt Romney 73% to 27% with Hispanic...