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Old 11-09-2011, 08:05 AM
 
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Where is Obama on this?
Seems like he chose his side already.
A president is supposed to stand behind his people & nation.

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Sixteen Latin American and Caribbean nations have asked to join in the U.S. Department of Justice's lawsuit against South Carolina's new illegal immigration law, citing concerns for their citizens.
Mexico, Honduras, Brazil, Ecuador and Chile and other countries filed papers Tuesday, asking to join the Justice Department's litigation in Charleston
(http://www.newstalkradiowhio.com/ap/ap/social-issues/16-nations-want-to-challenge-sc-immigration-law/nFYj7/ - broken link)
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If they were so concerned they would not encourage illegal immigration.
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Old 11-09-2011, 08:53 AM
 
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Where is Obama on this?
Seems like he chose his side already.
A president is supposed to stand behind his people & nation.

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If they were so concerned they would not encourage illegal immigration.
This really ticks me off! How dare these Latino nations dictate our immigration laws to us!!! If our president had any balls he'd tell them to go straight to hell and to butt out of our business but unfortunately he just shows by suing our states that he is actually on their side. Just what country is he president of?

Doesn't our government recognize what these Latino countries are up to? They want the remittances that their illegal citizens send to them while Americans are being put out of work and their end goal is to Latinize our country through continued illegal immigration and births so that eventually they have political and demographic control of our country. Our government is so short sighted. Once they take control they will throw under the bus any non-hispanic politician who isn't up for their agenda. We will lose our identity as a country forever and just join the other 22 countries on the Western Hemisphere that are Hispanic in nature. There is nothing natural about this kind of takeover and it is the coward's way of doing it. Our representatives are playing right into their hands all for greed and power while future generations will lose all power and suffer for it.

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Old 11-09-2011, 09:27 AM
 
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This really ticks me off! How dare these "Hispanic" nations dictate our immigration laws to us!!! If our president had any balls he'd tell them to go straight to hell and to butt out of our business but unfortunately he just shows by suing our states that he is actually on their side. Just what country is he president of?
It pisses me off too.

He acts like a puppet instead of a leader. America comes first. He makes America look weak.

A private company would not let its competitors dictate its policy.

He is destroying the country with his actions.
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Old 11-09-2011, 11:20 AM
 
Location: Southern Willamette Valley, Oregon
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It pisses me off too.

He acts like a puppet instead of a leader. America comes first. He makes America look weak.

A private company would not let its competitors dictate its policy.

He is destroying the country with his actions.
If he gets reelected, expect your worst nightmares to come true. At that point, he'll have nothing to lose, since there is a two term limit. He's already been radical enough in his first term, so just imagine what's coming in the next term. America will be a vastly different country in 5 years from now if this happens. Who knows, by that time, Latin America may be forming U.S. policy outright.
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Old 11-09-2011, 11:36 AM
 
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If he gets reelected, expect your worst nightmares to come true. At that point, he'll have nothing to lose, since there is a two term limit. He's already been radical enough in his first term, so just imagine what's coming in the next term. America will be a vastly different country in 5 years from now if this happens. Who knows, by that time, Latin America may be forming U.S. policy outright.
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Old 11-09-2011, 11:45 AM
 
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Gotta keep those illegally earned dollars flowing back home huh?
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Old 11-09-2011, 12:01 PM
 
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It pisses me off too.

He acts like a puppet instead of a leader. America comes first. He makes America look weak.

A private company would not let its competitors dictate its policy.

He is destroying the country with his actions.
What has this got to do with Obama These countries have requested permission from Courts to file briefs Courts in US are not dictated by Obama
administration Every country has a right to look for welfare of its citizens
US State Dept would have done the same for US citizens in a foreign country in a similar situation
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Old 11-09-2011, 12:03 PM
 
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Gotta keep those illegally earned dollars flowing back home huh?
Even if money flows outside the Country US banks make tons of money
for wiring fees which does help the US economy
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Old 11-09-2011, 12:35 PM
 
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Even if money flows outside the Country US banks make tons of money
for wiring fees which does help the US economy
A small fee for millions of dollars?
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Old 11-09-2011, 02:02 PM
 
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What has this got to do with Obama These countries have requested permission from Courts to file briefs Courts in US are not dictated by Obama
administration Every country has a right to look for welfare of its citizens
US State Dept would have done the same for US citizens in a foreign country in a similar situation
Everything.

Obama leads the way to fight states enforcing the law, other countries follow.
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