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    When talking about illegals:
    use illegal immigrant' when referring to those here without documentation
    use the word 'illegals' or 'criminal aliens'
    use the term 'anchor baby'

    These all fit and are the absolute reality of the current situation at hand

    NONE of these criminals should ever get citizenship
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    @Vance1 I think that's great. Arizona has been a voice of sanity in a wilderness of idiots. Good info. Thanks.
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    I guess that we just don't understand why the truths of tis situation are spoken out loud it becomes hate speech when in fact all it really is, is the truth. The bottom line is that it is like everything else this goverment does," incompentent"
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    @woodtick57 And they've done so well with blacks and the gays too and let's not forget how well they do with the Muslims. But don't forget that it's the liberals who are the real racists here.
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    I love how every I've seen every example of what not to say posted pn this very site. The memo should just read "lie about everything you believe."
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    @PoliticalSpice I appreciate your point.

    It seems to me the gravest threat to the Republican Party's long term survival is its own senior leadership. Instead of leading a viable conservative wing into the 21st century we see an inability to understand the country has changed.

    This bothers me. We have a two party system that requires two functional parties. At the moment, Reince Priebus looks like the one guy who can make or break the GOP.

    Dog help us all.
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    @DARSB "Instead of leading a viable conservative wing into the 21st century we see an inability to understand the country has changed."

    Oh, they have the ability to understand the country has changed! AND scares the HELL out of them because they also have an inability to change themselves.
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    @metre There's something to what you say. I imagine if I was in the last iteration of the "permanent Republican majority" I'd be a little freaked out now, too.

    But, damn, these are professionals. Aren't they supposed to "improvise, adapt and overcome?"
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    This is what's wrong with the country now politicians not doing Whats right for the country but doing what's right for their party and Knowing it's not Good for the country. The law is the law Send them back. Politicians give them a opening in the 1980's . And they never slowed down ( breaking the laws of the USA )!
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    The problem with republicans are that they are out of touch with humanity and living in their on little world, it's not the way they talk but the way they think.
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    It's not just is our government is weak about telling illegal immigrants to go back if the Mexican patrol catches you crossing the Mexican border illegally they with shoot you on the spot no hesitation all we need to do is do that to a few of them and they will be too scared to cross our border forcing them to cross legally
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    @USMCrepublican Thank you for proving so well the point MrsM just stated. I hope you always mention you are a republican when you say things like that. I urge you to do so in public venurs, letters to the editor and call in radio shows. The dems are pathetic when it comes to running winning campaigns (carter, dukakis, kerry), so any help you can contribute in helping keeping republicans out of office is appreciated by me. Please, please, keep up the good work.
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    The bottom line here is the GOP is never going to support giving citizenship to 11 million people so 9 million of them can park it on welfare for the rest of their days. The Dems will. It's just that simple. Nothing the GOP can do is going to get them beyond that hurdle. And I want to know this. Since these 11 million ILLEGALS (of many nationalities) are alleged to "do jobs citizens won't do" what happens after the first 11 million become citizens? does that mean 11 million more illegals to do the work that the last 11 million now ill not do? How about it Libs? Let's hear your bleeding heart solution to that one?
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    @woodtick57 We had an influx of illegals that this country had never seen the likes of after Reagan gave amnesty. Is that your point?
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    @Zazziness They can't work in an economy that has 12 million unemployed already and they won't work for less than minimum wage as citizens because nobody will hire them once they have legal avenues to come back on those who hire illegals.

    Further I read about tiny towns all over Mexico. Those towns are ghost towns. A few senior citizens and the church of course who survive on the money sent home from those here. Everyone else in those towns have come here. And there are literally thousands of those tiny towns. I asked a Mexican who had just returned from Mexico . he said it's absolutely correct. So they come rather than starve which was the alternative. Something is better than nothing. The new something as citizens becomes welfare. Subsidized housing,. EBT cards and free medical plus a monthly check equals out to a better life for most illegals than they live here as illegals. It's a no brainer. They are going to flock to welfare when they find out there are no jobs for unskilled citizen labor. You and I would do exactly the same in their position. What else are they going to do when they can't find jobs as citizens and can't continue in their old jobs, nor would they want to when welfare is a better life than their current jobs?
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    @jessejaymes

    it certainly didn't work, did it? the main parts of the Reagan bill were making it illegal to hire undocumented workers, and making it the responsibility of the hirer to verify their status....

    but there was no enforcement. many states a=have similar laws but they don't enforce them either...

    people like what they think is cheap labor, ye they are usually the ones howling about how much the shadow society costs the US....
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    Gggrrr, ok folks. I grew up on the Texas-Mexico border. There are plenty of hard working people coming across who are truly trying to make a better life for themselves, and with the hoops in place, they have decided to cross illegally. There are alao untold amounts of evil and violent people crossing and doing serious damage on this side. I feel that background checks should be implemented in those seeking citizenship. We are, after all, the melting pot of the world. We just should NOT accept all of those already here.
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    @AlexMIA
    I am for reform, just not a blanket, "Howdy, everyone come on in." It is extremely difficult to jump through all the hoops needed to jump through. It is also insanely expensive, so those who have been making a valient effort should be given priority in background checks and what not. Now, on the other hand, we have enough criminals, we don't need anymore.
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    @texas_cutie75 I agree, aside from criminals, these folks can be brought in right? I mean they pay a fine, pay for their paper work, go through the process, at the same time we secure our borders, prevent others from coming in the wrong way ever again. It can be done right? One more question, you're a republican right?
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    @AlexMIA

    That is pretty much how I see it. The borders NEED to be protected, the violence in Mexico is spilling over ....horrible murders are being committed. The cartels are worse than the Mafia ever was. There was a man gunned down in his driveway, his wife and grandchildren found him. That less than 3 miles from my families home.

    Yes Alex I am republican, but I am also the daughter, niece, and sister of federal law enforcement officers. My father and uncle were Border Patrol agents. There were countless times illegals would come across our property, harmless folks, we would feed and water them, and wait for the trucks to come pick them up. It was heartbreaking to see them with tattered clothes, useless shoes, and nothing to eat. Those are the ones I feel sorry for. Those are the ones that are just trying to make a better life.
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    @texas_cutie75 That's incredible! I just want to make sure because with all these hateful and divisive comments on here about republicans not really caring about these people you'd think it's a miracle I'd find one other then myself. I wonder if there are any more?
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    sure it will help, the illegals are not only telling us to change oru laws to forgive them now they want to contorl freedom fo speech!
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    The tried the same thing with Reagan. He said it was the worst decision he made. This is because the king got 70% of the Latino vote. You think he would push it if the republicans got that amount. It would not make it to the floor. I am informing my house and senate people DO NOT I repeat DO Not vote for this idiot bill. Your out come will rest on it.
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    @woodtick57 It's a leftist pointing out the "stupid republicans". Look at the general tone that this hack of a political commentator "Mary" posts in this and other places. If you're on the left's side, it will probably seem very well meaning. Imagine if Bill O'Reilly were writing about the left on this website. She constantly cites areas those on the right look ridiculous about and frames arguments that are inescapable. This is just another example.

    Mary, you are bias and reprehensible. Yes, I compared you to Bill O'Reilly.
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    @AndrewEvans

    if they actually are looking foolish...and if they need memo;s like this, they are...how, again is that divisive? isnt that what most people call the truth?
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    @AndrewEvans Very true. I wonder if Mary will respond to this. I sent her a link to a story in the Washington Times about how an NAACP leader is saying black folks are worse off under Obama. Wonder if it will get posted? I like Mary but she is a lefty.
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    Funny how so many people just can't handle the truth. Funny how the government feels compelled to pass so many new laws and ignore laws already on the books.
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    @marine1 Pathetic comes to mind when I really think about it. Anyone running for an elected position should be required to serve four years in the military, combat preferred. 80% of the current crop of sissies have no military experience and it shows.
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    @PayThatCEO Why not? The Commander-In-Chief of the Armed Forces is responsible for sending troops to other countries to kill people so some OJT would look good on his resume. Next time you go to the doctors office, ask to see a doctor who has just read about medical stuff in books and see how that works for you. If you vote or pay taxes you are an accessory to killing people. Feels good, doesn't it?
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    @Your_Name_Here

    I'm forced by the threat of law to pay taxes, therefore I'm an unwilling participant.

    The President need not be a soldier to be convinced by his generals that war is the answer to all America's problems.
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    "Don't change our policies so that they actually help people or show compassion! Change the language, so we can garner support...on the surface, where it counts."
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  • #122
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    If they only knew how bad Democratic policies will hurt them in the long run. Oh well, the Liberals do a good job of selling a bill of goods...
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