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Old 08-15-2012, 07:12 PM
 
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Why isn't the USA allowed to have a strict immigration policy? Why aren't we allowed to protect our nation's borders?

You try this garbage in Mexico.
The destruction of this country is going according to plan. To enforce our laws and secure the Southern border would mean we remain a sovereign nation. The globalists must destroy the USA and the will, as well as the means, of those who remember liberty and Constitutionally affirmed rights before global governance can be fully instituted. Time is short. George Soros's push for Open Borders throughout the West has nearly been realized.

Wake up already!
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Old 08-15-2012, 07:18 PM
 
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The destruction of this country is going according to plan. To enforce our laws and secure the Southern border would mean we remain a sovereign nation. The globalists must destroy the USA and the will, as well as the means, of those who remember liberty and Constitutionally affirmed rights before global governance can be fully instituted. Time is short. George Soros's push for Open Borders throughout the West has nearly been realized.

Wake up already!
it is crazy, isn't it?

here is the most recent manufacturing index for NY:

The August Empire State Manufacturing Survey indicates that conditions for New York manufacturers deteriorated over the month. The general business conditions index slipped below zero for the first time since October 2011, falling thirteen points to -5.9. At -5.5, the new orders index was below zero for a second consecutive month, and the shipments index fell six points to 4.1. The prices paid index climbed nine points to 16.5, pointing to a pickup in the pace of increase in input prices, while the prices received index hovered just above zero for a third consecutive month. The index for number of employees inched lower.

they read the reports-they know what is happening across america and the only logical conclusion is that they don't care, in their own "let them eat cake" moment.
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Old 08-15-2012, 07:31 PM
 
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After the immigration office, Im sure most then headed to the welfare office
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:31 PM
 
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If Obama needs to send them to his next war, he'll need them!
No -- he's promising the illegals college and good paying jobs, it will be unemployed Americans he'll send to his next war. Americans whose only hope is a military job. Illegals don't want to fight for this country, they didn't want to fight for their own country. They want big American money, the easy life.
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:33 PM
 
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It's turning out to be far more illegals than previously estimated that are showing up for this amnesty.

It's already more than doubled.
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:54 PM
 
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Chicago Dream Relief in Demand | NBC Chicago

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...The line of undocumented students wrapped around Navy Pier and at one point across the Chicago River to apply for deferred action to allow them, at least in the short-term, not to worry about deportation. As many as 50,000 lined up for the program, according to estimates.
You've misquoted, are you hoping for some kind of artistic license?:

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...The line of undocumented students wrapped around Navy Pier and at one point across the Chicago River to apply for deferred action to allow them, at least in the short-term, not to worry about deportation. Organizers estimated the turnout at more than 11,000 young people.
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Old 08-16-2012, 04:28 AM
 
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You've misquoted, are you hoping for some kind of artistic license?:
i know the post wasn't directed to me, but you are saying that it's more than 11,000 and less than 50,000?

that's a lot for one city to absorb, although i see that jan brewer is trying to block benefits for illegals. i am sure that she will have a fight on her hands with obama, but good for her and good for arizona.

Brewer blocks undocumented immigrants from receiving public benefits | Fox News

at least somebody is trying to look out for american citizens.

i could see arizona becoming a popular state for americans to live.
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:16 AM
 
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I was just wondering we are a nation of laws but we seem to break the law every time we invade a country to "spread democracy". We are in fact violating that country laws (ie Irak, never found any WMD ot Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden was not even there).

Still we like to call ourselves a nation of laws.

I am glad those children are getting deferred action. A lot of immigrants and immigrants children serve in the military and evenn die for this country. Maybe this action will get the us some good karma. God knows we need it
Going to war to protect another nation's citizens and to protect our own from terrorism is not the same as breaking immigration laws. IMO, our involvement in wars is an off topic discussion.

Yes, immigrants do join our military but not those that are here illegally. It is against the law for them to join. We don't have a shortage of American enlistees in view of the fact that job opportunities for our own young adults are nearly non-existant these days.
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Old 08-16-2012, 08:23 AM
 
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Now with Romney going to be president, he'll know who the illegals are and where they live. Thanks for allowing them to give the government their info barrack.
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Old 08-16-2012, 09:34 AM
 
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You've misquoted, are you hoping for some kind of artistic license?:
Talk to ABC computer man. They changed the article. I didn't misquote anything they made the origional quote disappear.
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