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Republicans Must Show Support for Hispanic Dreams

loadstar Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 8:06 PM
ILLEGAL aliens are working here ILLEGALLY, and those who willfully employ them are violating American law! This crapola about "crossing the border is an affront akin to jaywalking" is a dissembling LIE! To work here ILLEGALLY typically means I.D. fraud, usually tax fraud, often identity theft, and often social service/welfare fraud. Both states and the federal guvment recognize multiple felony crimes typically perpetrated by ILLEGAL aliens. ILLEGALS are also 3 times as likely to be imprisoned for serious capital crimes, often violent. STILL sound like "cheap" labor?!
Kevin 354 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 8:48 PM
You can go on about employers and cheap labor, but that isn't who is issuing them "taxpayer I.D. numbers" and sending them fat U.S. Treasury Checks. Why don't you mind their business.
loadstar Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 9:20 AM
A bit nebulous there, Kevin...are you knocking the U.S. Guvment? If so, I am with you!

But there is NO DEFENSE for miscreant employers who WILLFULLY pay ILLEGALS under the table and do not CARE if proper taxes are collected. And guvment is too often passively complicit to be sure; Obama LIKES ILLEGALS coming here! they are ALL future 'Crats!

And it is an egregious myth that ILLEGALS "just do jobs Americans won't do"...go to most construction sites and see that this is not true...they can simply be paid less to work that construction, which is easy enough to learn
Rarely does a political party issue a document so scathingly critical of itself and its most recent presidential nominee as the report of the five-member Growth and Opportunity Project of the Republican National Committee.

It refers to Mitt Romney on occasion as "our presidential nominee" and notes disapprovingly of his reference, in the debate about immigration, to "self-deportation."

And while the report states modestly, "We are not a policy committee," it does call for a policy -- "comprehensive immigration reform" -- that many, perhaps most, Republican members of Congress oppose.

I think there's some risk here for the Republican National Committee....