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Oh, stop the name-calling. That just shows you have no argument. YOU are the one who doesn't know what was in those bills. They were well examined and documented and they would have led to more of the same --tons more of illegal immigration. You seem to be a naïve and wishful thinker. So sorry for you.
Have YOU read the bills? Mickey Kaus did a point by point analysis of the Gang of Eight's bill and it was worse than any "screeching" right wingers could imagine. McCain's bill was no better: amnesty BEFORE anything else, leading to more and more illegal immigration. IF you are an American, why do you want to give your country away to a bunch of lawbreaking opportunists? Do you have any idea of the numbers involved? Hint: For every amnestied illegal in the 86 amnesty, 5 additional family members -- EXTENDED members included were able to come here and become citizens and suck off our public benefits programs. Just do the math -- and if you believe the 11 million figure you're naïve. It's closer to 30 million, making the final figure well over 100 million over just a few decades. IF you are an Ameri
No. If you were a Floridian and knew anything about the legislature there (of course so many voters are low information and didn't), you would know that Rubio and Jeb Bush had been planning this for years. Rubio was an advocate for illegals and showed his disdain for Florida citizens from the beginning of his tenure to the end. But he is a practiced liar and won his Senate seat by lying. That set the scene for his collusion with the Dems. He was a LEADER of the Gang of Eight, not a simple and naïve young man. He is as evil as they come.
Too bad Linda won't listen to you. You make too much sense. She makes none.
And there are more instances of this not readily seen. Here in Florida, a Republican stronghold, and running against an extremely unappealing and unlikable candidate (Charlie Crist, a Republican turned Democrat), the Republican Rick Scott only squeaked out a close victory. That was because many of us simply could not forgive him for his betrayal last time around by promising to pass E-Verify for all Florida jobs and then not doing it. With a better Democrat candidate, there's doubt Scott would have won.
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A Tough Night At MSNBC

spectator2 Wrote: Nov 06, 2014 8:46 AM
They are NOT just into manual labor that "Americans are overeducated for". They are into everything which feeds on cheap labor. By the way, many Americans had decent careers in construction, which you probably think is "manual labor". There is nothing wrong with this type of employment, and many of these people are just as smart as you and I are; they just prefer this kind of work. Illegals have largely taken over the jobs in that industry, and I can attest that their work is far from satisfactory. You get what you pay for.
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A Tough Night At MSNBC

spectator2 Wrote: Nov 06, 2014 8:39 AM
At least Romney's campaign was AGAINST amnesty and for self-deportation. As for Rubio, who cares where he stands on other issues? He had a long legislative record in Florida of advocating for illegals, along with his mentor Jebbie Bush, in many cases insulting Florida's citizens, then lied about it to get the Senate seat. An anti-American liar and fraud, that's Rubio.
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Immigration Is American

spectator2 Wrote: Sep 17, 2014 8:55 AM
Spot on. It always amazes me when those who support the zillions of invaders from our southern border complain that "it would take so long" to come here legally. Welcome to the real world. The U.S. CANNOT take in all those who want to be here and those here illegally should not have any preference over those from other countries. How can a supposedly intelligent person like Stossel not see this right from the start?
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Immigration Is American

spectator2 Wrote: Sep 17, 2014 8:51 AM
Yet he writes an article like this? His article is disingenuous, as is he.
How soon they forget. Wasn't Perry's insistence on having in-state tuition for illegal aliens, funded by the people of Texas and barring other American citizens from getting the same benefits one of the things that ATTRACTED MORE OF THESE parasites here? Oh, and now he wants the border secured and no more of his favorite people to come here. I for one won't forget this fool telling Americans like me that we are "hard-hearted" if we don't think the illegals deserve this. This country and this Republican Party, and these "conservative" sites really are something. They want it both ways: the cheap labor but no more bloodsucking illegals. Oh, and by the way, MOST of the jobs created by Perry's state of Texas went to immigrants, and most of those to ILLEGAL immigrants. So how is this guy so good for America? He's just another politician saying what you want to hear -- today, and tomorrow he'll go back to his old ways and have all of us paying for those illegals that he holds so dear.
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Rick Perry's Bold Border Move

spectator2 Wrote: Jul 24, 2014 11:06 PM
So, according to Perry, the instate tuition for illegals that he championed was for those "already here". And that makes sense -- how? That's the kind of thing -- instate tution for undeserving illegals paid for by U.S. citizens -- that draws more of them here. Too late, Perry. And too bad you didn't wake up sooner.
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