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The GOP's Immigration Mess

pragmaticapitalist Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 9:10 PM
The GOP should have addressed immigration reform prior to 2008. Then we would have millions of Hispanic republicans.
RyanM Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 9:53 PM
Like hell. What the fools should have done is secured the border after 9/11 and started rounding up illegals and deporting them. They aren't that hard to find. Concurrently, they should have enforce those provisions in the infamous Simpson-Mazzoli Act that Reagan stupidly signed that pertained to work place enforcement. Instead, the GOP chose to ignore the problem in return for campaign contributions. Today they have not only screw themselves, but the rest of us as well who have no desire to be the North American equivalent of Brazil.
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 11:30 PM
RyaM... You got it right.

Play with 'equality' has consequences... national ones... that historically have proven fatal for any nation playing with such fire. There are no exceptions throughout all known history... none. And... America will not be the first. This nation's fate is sealed and will result in dissolution to become multi-republics sometime this century.

On Saturday I will be debating Mark Kirkorian on immigration policy before the National Review Institute.

I am a "wet," on the topic. Have been since I opposed California's proposition 187 in 1994.

Mark, the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, is a "dry."

Here's the interesting thing about out "debate," to be moderated by National Review's Jim Geraghty: Even if one or the other of us succeeds in persuading everyone in the room of our point of view, it doesn't matter. Not a lick. The GOP is branded as an anti-immigrant party, especially with voters under 30, the...