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Amnesty Won't Elect Republicans

Michael1445 Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 8:01 AM
Amen to this article. We should be reducing BOTH legal and illegal immigration. It would help the entire country except employers. And yes, recent immigrants rarely vote Republican no matter what policies the Republicans have, just ask Sen Amnesty McCain. When you consider employment, education and health costs, population congestion, terrorism, disease, language issues, use of govt services, etc how can you not feel immigration hurts us all (except employers)??!!
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 11:20 AM
" It would help the entire country except employers."

16% unemployment and you want to not help employers. Good deal.

If we just quit giving free education, free housing, free food, and free healthcare to illegals, they would either go home or go to work.
The Republican strategists who confidently predicted that their candidate, Mitt Romney, would win the 2012 election are already pontificating about what Republicans must do to win in 2016. After their disastrous defeat, strategy and policy mistakes and expensive super PAC advertising that failed to win votes, why should anybody take their advice again?

The elitists now tell us that amnesty for illegal aliens, aka "immigration reform," is the key to future Republican nirvana. That's wrong-headed advice.

Barack Obama sealed his victory in the battleground states: Ohio, Wisconsin, Virginia and New Hampshire, but those states have very few Hispanics, and illegal...