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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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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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Happy Birthday George W.

spectator2 Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 11:54 PM
Really? And what will they write about his "See you at the signing" (of the amnesty bill) which had failed because millions of Americans had loudly expressed their disapproval. But Bush didn't care. He just wanted the illegals to have their amnesty. When we turn into a third world cesspool because of the staggering number of illegals which may eventually be amnestied, Bush will be right up there as being just as responsible as the anti-American jerk we have sitting in the White House now, inflaming the situation Bush left.
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Happy Birthday George W.

spectator2 Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 11:47 PM
He may not have been stupid, but he LOVED illegals just as much as Obama does. As a matter of fact, if he had done the right thing during his presidence about the illegal immigration situation, it would have been solved by this time, and Obama wouldn't have had the chance to do what he has done -- caused so much misery by inflaming this situation. Bush could have had them back in their own countries, but NO. He was a globalist just the same as all of today's RINOs. A disgusting man who turned his back on Americans to pander to illegals.
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Happy Birthday George W.

spectator2 Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 11:44 PM
No. But he and Obama are the same on the illegal immigration mess. Both of them have lifted illegals to a new pedestal of honor. Disgusting! And worse for him because he is a Republican who changed the party's position on illegal immigration. He LOVED the illegals and cared not a whit for Americans.
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Happy Birthday George W.

spectator2 Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 11:42 PM
He loved America? Funny, I had the exact opposite impression. I saw him on TV with a bunch of illegals which he was slobbering all over. He obviously preferred THEM to Americans. As a matter of fact, if he had done the right thing, and stopped the immigration mess then, instead of making it MUCH WORSE, we wouldn't be faced with the horrible problem we have now. He's an anti-American globalist and I despise him.
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Happy Birthday George W.

spectator2 Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 11:39 PM
Exactly. Bush could have been a hero to the American people by righting the immigration mess by enforcing the law and deporting illegals. Instead, he slobbered over them and showed how much he preferred them to Americans. I will always remember him for "See you at the signing" (for amnesty), after the citizens of this country had loudly spoken that they didn't want it. What a worthless tool. Yuck.
I meant to say above that when so many Americans . . . . who put these guys/women in office . . . . are suffering. It is plainly disgusting.
Ron Paul and his son have become part of the problem. How can any American legislator find any sympathy for foreign national lawbreakers when so many Americans -- their own people -- who put them in office -- is totally beyond me. Thank goodness most people, even ignorant legislators, think amnesty is dead. It will give us a little breathing room and time to get a plan together to stop this thing entirely. If we don't, we are sunk. No middle class, which is already happening, means a third world cesspool for us. Join NumbersUSA. They send free faxes frequently in your name. And contribute a little -- both with whatever spare cash you can give and ideas as well. This country needs them desperately.
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