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Immigration Policy: Reality Bites

loadstar Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 8:03 PM
YOU can help save America! Time is short! Members of Congress know that the engaged are tuned in, vote, and are active in influencing others. Middle America's wrath and righteous indignation killed Kennedy-McVain Scamnesty back in 2007 despite HUGE lobbying and money spent by ethnocentric groups like La Raza and miscreant ILLEGAL alien employer interest groups. Here is where YOU can readily contact your representatives in Congress...heck, contact LOTS of them in Congress! ---> http://www.numbers.usa
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 1:23 PM

Turd Load/Oracle dashed off a dozen posts; all pure hate speech. He still hasn't realized: Amnesty for the qualifiying number, 11 million, is a DONE deal. It's not debatable anymore; just as I told him it wasn't, months ago. I'm sure he remembers me.

Despite how awful Obama and his foul party are; the one useful and commendable thing they do to date is this good work. They will grant legal status to the millions of illegals and be done with it. We have no other choice.

loadstar Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 2:07 PM
Ah, resorting to pejorative, ad hominem calumny when you cannot retort inconvenient truths!

Actually, we have a number of choices about dealing with ILLEGAL aliens...if the narcissist the ObaMessiah keeps overplaying his hand, he will run off Rubio and others...he of course can count on the quisling Amnesty Juan McVain, whose ineptitude helped assure O's initial election.

By the way, amnesty Juan's attempt to cater to Hispanics got him NOWHERE!
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 3:29 PM

I'd like to know how you can stop legal amnesty after all this useless squawking. Hate speech doesn't alert anybody; and you don't number enough bona fide racists to affect Congress. They have ewe by the short hairs, Racist Goon.

The problem with reality is that it can get so, well, real. As when it storms through the door, kicks over a chair or two and demands recognition, when the problem of immigration has done, as signified by eight senators, both Republicans and Democrats, this week.

The process of normalizing, so to speak, the status of 11 million illegal immigrants now in the United States is not an unusually attractive one, particularly to those who set store by observance of laws and norms. What the alternative may be, one isn't sure. To eject 11 million people from the country? I...