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And who is going to enforce these "tough" requirements for illegals? No one. No amnesty, no path to citizenship....nothing for people who broke our laws and have been, in many cases, breaking them for years. This is a sovereign nation and should be very particular about whom we allow to enter and become a resident of this nation.
Amen! This interpretation of the 14th amendment is insane.
No, you support amnesty because that's what good little Obamabots do.
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No Will to Fight

Reaganite12 Wrote: Nov 21, 2014 3:22 PM
Just read that most Republicans have left for home, after being unable to come to an agreement on a strategy to fight Obama's unconstitutional amnesty order. You're certainly right about Republicans lacking the will to fight.
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No Will to Fight

Reaganite12 Wrote: Nov 21, 2014 3:39 AM
The Republicans that are tired of the fight should go home and let someone with more energy take their places. Those that are for amnesty should just let their constituents know their true stance, so what happened to Democrats earlier this month can happen to them next time around. The American people - you know, the ones who actually are here legally and pay the taxes - are sick of the wimpy attitude of the former and the crony corporatist views of the latter.
That person posting in the forum is right: the politicians and political hacks in the police department have sold out the citizens of the St. Louis metro area. People know it, too. Guns and ammo sales have gone through the roof. People defending their lives and property won't be constrained by the "arrangements" made by those sellouts.
Hal Rogers is Exhibit A for term limits. Generally, the longer they're in Washington, the more liberal and out-of-touch with their constituents they become.
At least, in Kentucky, we can spell words like least and you're.
Thanks for the info. And that old rule is true: follow the money.
The liberals always cherry pick some heavily subsidized individual who didn't have health insurance before and now, through the generosity of the American taxpayer and younger, healthier insurance subscribers, has Medicaid insurance at a cheap price. Of course, he can't find a doctor to accept it and few hospitals will admit him. The deductibles are high enough he couldn't afford to use it even if he could find someone to accept the insurance. Meanwhile, millions who had insurance which Obamacare canceled either can't afford the new, inferior, more costly insurance and have had to go without, or they are paying much more for much less coverage.
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