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Believe President Obama on Immigration: He Will Not Enforce Most Laws Even After an Amnesty

Ron781 Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 12:07 PM
As soon as the current illegals are made legal they qualify for welfare and will stop work. Then a new wave of illegals will be needed to do the work that is paid at lower rate than welfare rates. I agree that the illegals I have known are good people and hard working. Going on welfare will take that away from them.
aalexander306 Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 2:48 PM
Illegal aliens ALREADY collect welfare even though they're working. They're part of the working poor and are able to collect it on behalf of their US-born kids.

Now that President Obama and congressional Republicans have managed to talk themselves and the nation off the fiscal cliff, one of their top legislative priorities for 2013 will be to tackle the ever thorny issue of immigration reform.

As currently being discussed, “comprehensive immigration reform” will entail some form of amnesty for most or all of the 10-15 million illegal aliens believed to reside here, and significant increases in the number of legal immigrants we admit each year – a figure that already tops 1 million a year. None of these “reforms” is likely to be particularly popular with the...