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Rules for Addressing Amnesty

Roy323 Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 5:54 PM
Ms Schlafly-Excellent Column on a very touchy subject. I am in complete agreement with your position on the "amnesty" Situation. My Wife of many years came to America as a Military Dependent and a Green card to so indicate, standing in line (not literally) to await the required residency to "TEST" for Citizenship. Taking/Passing a Written/Verbal tests in English is not easy when it is a Third Language. But she proudly passed on the first try. To say I don't agree with amnesty is a simplification!
Republicans are getting a lot of unsolicited advice about how to recover from last year's defeat, and most of it is either ignorant or coming from people who don't have Republican party victories in their game plan. One of the worst of these bits of advice is that Republicans should join a bipartisan push for immigration amnesty.

Amnesty advocates shrink from using the word amnesty and try hard to shroud their message in deceptive words. So let's understand their vocabulary: reform, comprehensive, earned legal status and path to citizenship are all code words for amnesty.

At the recent conservative jamboree called CPAC,...