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Schumer: We Won't Let Border Security Block the Path to Citizenship

Will208 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 12:53 AM
Yes, that's right, Paraguay. Bush has purchased a large plot of land down there with a big house on it. Their Constitution is just like ours, with the exception their economy isn't being plundered by the politician's, the economy is very good, real estate is cheap, the weather is cool and sunny, and a large number of very wealthy people have bought into that country along with putting large amounts of money into their banks. Look up Paraguay and see how nice it is. That is where the other Nazi's went, so ours will be headed down there to.
MudontheTires Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 3:21 AM
"That is where the other Nazi's went, so ours will be headed down there to."

So Paraguay is where you are posting from, NAZI?

The bipartisan immigration reform plan introduced by eight senators earlier this week included two major things: The first being border security and enforcement of the law. The second, giving 11 million illegal immigrants a new path to citizenship. In order to prevent another 1986, when Ronald Reagan traded amnesty for a false promise of border security, and in order to move forward in a bipartisan fashion, the enforcement part of the plan must take place.

But speaking earlier today on Capitol Hill Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer, who helped introduce the bipartisan plan, said border security would not get in...