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The Republican Party Needs A Reset On Immigration

LAURIE7 Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 4:46 PM
Mr. Bowyer is playing with fire! Yes, there is another way and No, we cannot afford the millions here (and many statistical organizations say there is 50 MILLION ILLEGALS - NOT 15 Million! WE HAVE 23 MILLION AMERICANS OUT OF WORK AND ANOTHER 7 MILLION UNDEREMPLOYED - WHO DO YOU THINK HAS STOLEN THE JOBS, MR. BOWYER! How? They accept lower pay, undercut American wages and thus "steal" (yes, steal! and don't give a d--- if Americans can't feed our children!).Historical proof? Arizona implemented the E-Verify System and hundreds of thousands left our state. If we make an E-Verify mandatory nationwide -theywill leave! Also, hundreds of thousands of illegals are violent criminals and have murdered tons of Americans! And terrorists among them!
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 5:19 PM


You're one of those alarmists who's swallowed too much racist Kool Aid, LAURIE.

Bowyer is asolutely right. As serious Republicans we have to reach out to Spanish-speaking voters. --NOW !

And an amnsty would NEVER harm this country. It might well BENEFIT us.

astevens488 Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 5:57 PM
"Racist Kool Aid", "Reach out to Spanish speaking voters", Ha Ha!

Using the race card simply because someone speaks the truth of the negative effects of illegal immigration is old already, only used by those who have no argument. And stop saying we need to pander to one group of people. You sound quite "racist".

We need to stop our tax dollars to the commie non-profits who pay the communist advocates to post comments supporting illegal immigration, lobby congress, etc. Several years ago La Raza bragged of having over 30,000 umbrella groups throughout our country.

Since the Romney/Ryan ticket’s loss last Tuesday, the Republican Party has been going through a period of soul searching.  Much of that is useless propaganda about how the party needs to move to the ‘center’ (whatever that is) on its tax-cutting growth agenda.

But some of it is a genuinely helpful re-examination of the GOP’s relationship with immigrants and immigrant voter groups. This is a helpful but small step in the right direction. Liberalization of immigration laws was a theme of this column before the election (and a theme of this columnist for many years before). In order to foster more...