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Return Focus To Immigration Reform

September 30, 2013

President Barack Obama and Congress got what they viewed as a break on illegal immigration for a few years. It decreased, giving them an excuse to do little about it....

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Oct-02-13 4:01 PM

Em I think you missed the tidbit about Obama ignoring deportation. With millions out of work we need more millions brought in. Better get fluent..

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Oct-01-13 5:35 PM

Or....the Dems will find out the press and Detroit and Hollywood isn't most of the country. Most of the country would like to see spending controlled. We'll see in 2014 and 2016. Hurry! Hurry! Get those bought new citizens and their Spanish ballots in quick! If I'm a minority I demand the same special considerations you other minorities have!

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Oct-01-13 3:40 PM

With the shutdown, the INS is impacted, no? deportations and immigration law enforcement will be limited. This is what the Republicans want, apparently.

The Senate called the House of Representatives' bluff. There's no way the House will be allowed to blackmail the rest of the government into caving in to the demands of a political minority who lost the elections which would have granted them the legitimate power to enforce them. This political temper tantrum on the part of the Republican party will end badly for them.

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Oct-01-13 1:43 PM

Immigration reform to Obama is to fundamentally change America by moving the date of 2032 up to 2018 to when whites are a minority. Watch, read, and listen. You can't miss it.

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Sep-30-13 5:06 PM

How will we know it shuts down?

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Sep-30-13 1:54 PM

Another innocuous post pulled now that monkey is back. I suppose he'll be offended by "innocuous" also.

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Sep-30-13 1:30 PM

I bet after a couple of nationally televised catapultings you will not have illegals chaining themselves to the white house fence or enrolling in public assistance. In fact I would bet that people would probably start sneaking back into Mexico. We could start out with the illegal immigrant violent offenders and death row inmates. That would give the non violent criminals (illegal immigrants) time to return home.

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Sep-30-13 11:41 AM

After the fence I think we need deportation catapults to help them get back home.

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Sep-30-13 9:20 AM

Which analysts? It was generally accepted 10 years ago that there were approx. 18 million illegals in the United States. Then, several years later, the 11 million figure was tossed around and repeated by the media on conjecture that the poor economy caused roughly 7 million to repatriate themselves. Nonsense! anyone listening to local law enforcement along our southern border would know that the rate of illegal immigration slowed but hasn't reversed through this last decade. As for reform, "comprehensive" is code for amnesty. Complete the fence and stop the illegal crossings first, then and only then should we consider the next step.

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Sep-30-13 6:49 AM

Barack Obama has a policy....don't enforce anything on people who might vote left. In a decade we will have "The Peoples Party of America"...the fifth column organized with his blessing. It will be interesting when they confiscate the wealth of his cronies.

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