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Old 09-01-2015, 01:16 PM
 
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(CNSNews.com) - As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton suggested that Mexico was hypocritical in criticizing the State of Arizona for cracking down on illegal immigration when Mexico does the same thing.

Hillary Suggested Mexico Was Hypocritical on Illegal Immigration: 'You Should Take the Log from Your Own Eye...'

Now I understand why Hillary was so afraid of those e mails getting out: that could destroy her chances of becoming POTUS in 2016 looking at the "Hispanic" vote.
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Old 09-01-2015, 01:51 PM
 
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Both sides of the aisle utilize immigration for their political benefit and to the detriment of the American public. It is time that the immigration 'tool' used by both Democrats and Republicans gets taken away. By doing this the parties cannot utilize illegal immigrants for their political agendas. It would be even and fair. This immigration issue, now more than 50 years old, is a wedge issue and an excellent topic for distracting the American people.
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Old 09-01-2015, 02:50 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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Both sides of the aisle utilize immigration for their political benefit and to the detriment of the American public. It is time that the immigration 'tool' used by both Democrats and Republicans gets taken away. By doing this the parties cannot utilize illegal immigrants for their political agendas. It would be even and fair. This immigration issue, now more than 50 years old, is a wedge issue and an excellent topic for distracting the American people.
Am I misunderstanding or do you think that the potential candidates for President should not be allowed to discuss illegal immigration and what should be done about it? For me, where I live, they don't need to discuss in order for me to be distracted by it since it is influencing just about every facet of our life. I don't need to be told the problem and I am looking for someone that is going to step up and start disassembling the mess that it is.

So, do I misunderstand what you meant?
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Old 09-01-2015, 04:43 PM
 
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Am I misunderstanding or do you think that the potential candidates for President should not be allowed to discuss illegal immigration and what should be done about it? For me, where I live, they don't need to discuss in order for me to be distracted by it since it is influencing just about every facet of our life. I don't need to be told the problem and I am looking for someone that is going to step up and start disassembling the mess that it is.

So, do I misunderstand what you meant?
I was wondering myself. It should be taboo for a candidate to discuss illegal immigration when it is one of the more pressing issues in our country today?
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Old 09-02-2015, 11:45 AM
 
Location: Under a bridge
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Am I misunderstanding or do you think that the potential candidates for President should not be allowed to discuss illegal immigration and what should be done about it? For me, where I live, they don't need to discuss in order for me to be distracted by it since it is influencing just about every facet of our life. I don't need to be told the problem and I am looking for someone that is going to step up and start disassembling the mess that it is.

So, do I misunderstand what you meant?
Apparently you are misunderstanding me. Big time.

Let me say it again. Illegal immigration keeps dragging on and on and on. Both sides don't want to fix it because of political reasons. The illegal immigration issue needs to be fixed ASAP because it's long over due. By fixing this mess both parties will no longer utilize the illegal immigrants for their agendas. When it gets fixed both parties will not have this powerful to play with. Now, that wasn't so hard. Hay Dios mio.
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Old 09-02-2015, 01:42 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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Apparently you are misunderstanding me. Big time.

Let me say it again. Illegal immigration keeps dragging on and on and on. Both sides don't want to fix it because of political reasons. The illegal immigration issue needs to be fixed ASAP because it's long over due. By fixing this mess both parties will no longer utilize the illegal immigrants for their agendas. When it gets fixed both parties will not have this powerful to play with. Now, that wasn't so hard. Hay Dios mio.
Having read your other posts, it seemed out of character. Glad that is cleared up.

Well, it isn't going to be fixed ASAP and only gets worse each time Obama and other sympathizers of the criminals speak "pathways" and "amnesty". I have a "pathway" for them straight back where they originated.

It really, really has gotten so much worse with Obama in office. I see it growing.
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