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Old 04-16-2015, 09:31 PM
 
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Ramos replied that “it’s immigration,” because “Latinos cannot see beyond immigration right now. It’s a very simple concept, Sean — people won’t vote for a candidate who will deport your father, your friends, your colleagues, and your students.”

Sean Hannity gets schooled on immigration: “People won’t vote for a candidate who will deport your father” - Salon.com

Mr Ramos: I WILL vote for the candidate who WILL deport your illegal alien relatives. Too; try saying THAT in Mexico; you and your people WILL be locked up if there illegally.
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Old 04-16-2015, 11:24 PM
 
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Agreed.

I, too, will vote for a candidate who will deport someone's illegal alien relatives.
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Old 04-17-2015, 06:37 AM
 
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Ramos replied that “it’s immigration,” because “Latinos cannot see beyond immigration right now. It’s a very simple concept, Sean — people won’t vote for a candidate who will deport your father, your friends, your colleagues, and your students.”

Sean Hannity gets schooled on immigration: “People won’t vote for a candidate who will deport your father” - Salon.com

Mr Ramos: I WILL vote for the candidate who WILL deport your illegal alien relatives. Too; try saying THAT in Mexico; you and your people WILL be locked up if there illegally.
People? Most Americans want them deported. It is only those who think these people should be above our immigration laws that are blackmaiing our politicians for votes.
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Old 04-17-2015, 07:28 AM
 
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My vote for President is going to be decided mainly on this issue, in large part because I see the candidates as being mostly the same across the board.

If they're both pro-amnesty on Election Day 2016, I'll vote third party.
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Old 04-17-2015, 07:48 AM
 
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My vote for President is going to be decided mainly on this issue, in large part because I see the candidates as being mostly the same across the board.

If they're both pro-amnesty on Election Day 2016, I'll vote third party.
I won't vote for a Democrat, period. I am with you though I won't vote for a Republican candidate either if there isn't an anti-amnesty one running. Even then I am wary because many talk out of both sides of their mouths to confuse and fool you. They're all running scared of losing the Latino vote when it is ridiculous because only 10 million of them voted in the last election. Doesn't matter anyway, any candidate that is pro-amnesty is anti-American, IMO. We need a candidate that will enforce our immigration laws not make a mockery out of them by caving into bribes by a special interest group. Is there one out there? I don't know. I know of some who aren't going to run though and I wish they would.
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Old 04-17-2015, 10:38 AM
 
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It's absurd that they have a choice among people that will and will not deport illegal aliens. Actually, I'm not sure there are any that really will deport.
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Old 04-17-2015, 10:45 AM
 
Location: Baja Virginia
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My vote for President is going to be decided mainly on this issue, in large part because I see the candidates as being mostly the same across the board.

If they're both pro-amnesty on Election Day 2016, I'll vote third party.
This is an excellent strategy and I strongly encourage you to follow it.
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Old 04-17-2015, 11:09 AM
 
Location: Johnson Creek,WI
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None of the candidates,even Cruz,are border hawks. Most though are pragmatic enough(even Rubio)to know the GOP base does not at this time want "comprehensive immigration reform". Jeb on the other hand,seems obsessed with the issue to the point of distraction.
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Old 04-17-2015, 12:29 PM
 
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None of the candidates,even Cruz,are border hawks. Most though are pragmatic enough(even Rubio)to know the GOP base does not at this time want "comprehensive immigration reform". Jeb on the other hand,seems obsessed with the issue to the point of distraction.
Comprehensive immigration reform would be to make it MUCH harder on illegal aliens like as in end birthright for US born kids under 18 years old if BOTH parents are illegal aliens, enforce E verify, make English the official language especially for EBT, welfare, allow ANY cop to arrest a person IF that person is in the US illegally and so on.
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Old 04-17-2015, 01:56 PM
 
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None of the candidates,even Cruz,are border hawks. Most though are pragmatic enough(even Rubio)to know the GOP base does not at this time want "comprehensive immigration reform". Jeb on the other hand,seems obsessed with the issue to the point of distraction.
Yeah, ole Jeb said that coming here illegally is an act of love.
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