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Did you mean illegal ingrates?

Either way, you didn't answer the question. Let me rephrase it:

Why is it a good idea to piss on those who have been trying legally to become citizens and put those who broke the law ahead of them?

Is it OK to enforce some laws but not others?

Try not answering a question with a question this time.

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Good:

Like it or not, the constitution allows those born here to become citizens. You can either face 11 million illegals to become citizens now and possibly reach their children and make them come to your side... Or give nearly them all onto the democrats and face them every election cycle for making their parents suffer and they too because they had the misfeature of being born to illegal immigrates.

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So, let me get this straight...

Someone is proposing to make it easier for undocumented/illegal aliens already here, to get their citizenship easier and earlier than those who have been trying to do it legally? Just need someone to vouch you haven't broken any laws while you were here. OK, except maybe one or two regarding being here to begin with.

In other words, break the law and you will be rewarded.

How is this is a good idea? Rewarding law breakers I mean.

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Not gonna be much of a battle, there is already bi partisan support in principle. There does need to be a few details tweeked, but we will have Immigration reform by summer What I DO find interesting, is that the Republicans needed to be sent "talking points" to avoid during the discussion...LOL

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A conservative pro-immigration reform group has issued talking points to Republican lawmakers, telling them to avoid referring to the U.S. citizen children of illegal immigrants as "anchor babies" or calling for the construction of an "electric fence" on the border, among other things.

The memo urges lawmakers to call them "undocumented immigrants" and to avoid terms such as "aliens" or "illegals," which are seen as offensive and dehumanizing. Another phrase to avoid? "Send them all back."

"Conservatives get a bad rap when it comes to immigration reform because of a few people who say things that can be taken to be offensive," said Jennifer Korn, executive director of the Hispanic Leadership Network, the center-right group that sent the talking points on Monday. "It all means the same thing, but the way you say it matters."

"Right now what's really giving me heartburn is people saying 'pathway to citizenship,'" she said. "It's not a pathway to citizenship. It's 'earned legal status.' If you want conservative support you have to explain what it is so there's not this knee-jerk reaction of 'No amnesty!'"

Sen. Marco Rubio, a Republican from Florida who's part of a bipartisan group of senators pushing for immigration reform, has used "earned residency" at times in interviews with conservative talk show hosts to describe what immigration reform would provide to qualifying illegal immigrants. Democrats, including Obama, often use "pathway to citizenship" to describe the bill.


 
 
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