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Obama's Immigration Order Dispels Fear

LAPhil Wrote: 9 mins ago (12:36 PM)
He misses one of the larger issues. The more we do things like this which make it easier for illegals to get away with having come into the country illegally the easier we make it for more illegal to come in. Just wait and see how many more come in as a result of Obama's EO.
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Obama's Immigration Order Dispels Fear

LAPhil Wrote: 11 mins ago (12:34 PM)
It seems Chapman has been duped by Obama too.
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GOP Cowards

LAPhil Wrote: 17 mins ago (12:28 PM)
I don't trust Walker either. He came out in favor of amnesty for illegals not too long ago.
You don't get it. Her whole schtick is a goof on liberals. She's been around for a while and I know it's hard to catch on to her right away.
That's using your head!
Right on!
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Rohrabacher: MJ is OK in DC (and for GOP)

LAPhil Wrote: Nov 22, 2014 12:37 PM
Marijuana should be decriminalized, however I don't believe drugs like heroin and cocaine should be. The addictive nature of heroin leads to crimes like theft and robbery to support the habit, and this makes it a crime which has victims other than one's self, whereas this is not the case with marijuana.
Good! That's the least these BASTARDS deserve.
Beautifully stated, Rod! You just said everything I meant to include in my post but didn't.
I agree with Vespa, its not worth it for the Republicans to pander (or HISpander as it were) for Hispanic votes by taking a soft line on illegal immigration. Hispanic voters aren't so monolithic in their thinking that they will automatically reject a candidate who doesn't support illegal immigration, and a recent poll of Hispanic voters showed that they only supported Obama's executive order by 43-37%. The GOP has more to lose by alienating its base in upcoming elections if it continues this mealy-mouthed approach.
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