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Immigration Reform, School Choice and the Proposed Border Commission

PhillupSpace2 Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 2:19 AM
curmudgeon10 Wrote: 58 minutes ago (1:11 AM) even if the new voters being manufactured by our treasonous leaders were to somehow be 100% republican voters, it would still be the duty of republicans, as the pro-american party, to oppose this flagrant invasion, and substitution of our population. Lets get right down to the Khyber Rifles here! Before we let them clutter the issue with superflous stuff like hair color and tattoos, Defend this: 48% of illegals presently receive financial stipends of some sort. (I am presently visiting family in Carson City Nevada). Nevada, a sparsely populated state publishes data like $1,1 Billion taxpayer funds were spent on their illegal population last year!
PhillupSpace2 Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 2:36 AM
The US is nearly 17 Trillion in debt and borrowing 48cents of every dollar it spends and I would assume that includes money spent on Illegal aliens.

That borrowed money is an obligation on our CHILDREN, both born and unborn!

A society that would do that to the children who cannot defend thermselves is illegal, immoral and despicable!!!

Republicans should demand Democrats justify that act of giving our unborn babies money (read future), Home ownership and College tuition to people who broke numerous laws and who are of such little value their own people wouldn't even educate them!

At present, we need help (borrowed money) to even secure our own daily bread.

Isn't there ample argument not accept any more dependent people?

First, a terrific compendium of think tank analyses of immigration compiled by the wizards at FindGravitas.com is here.

If you are going to debate immigration reform, be smart about immigration reform, especially about the positions of the opposite party's intellectuals.

This means among other things being smart about school choice for immigrant children. Vouchers for newly regularized immigrants under the age of 18 empowering them to attend any public or private school in the city in which they reside should be part of the GOP amendments to any immigration reform bill. The cost of such a voucher is...