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Old 04-29-2010, 08:58 PM
 
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From what he said this morning he is not pro illegal but neither does he go along with the AZ bill. I didn't listen long enough to hear if he had a 'solution' though. I'm sure he'll be on the news enough to find out though.

Edit to add...Richardson is on Larry King right now. His solution is send the National Guard, etc..
Richardson is pro-illegal. He wants no border but he also realizes that not all the voters like the costs and high unemployment rates, including may hispanic voters. Even some immigrants who left Mexico and wanted to be in the USA don't exactly like seein the state they're in now made to look just like Mexico.
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:25 PM
 
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Richardson is pro-illegal. He wants no border but he also realizes that not all the voters like the costs and high unemployment rates, including may hispanic voters. Even some immigrants who left Mexico and wanted to be in the USA don't exactly like seein the state they're in now made to look just like Mexico.
Do you have a quote where he states that he wants no border? Or is that just a libelous, emotional comment for dramatic effect?

Because I can't imagine someone with as extreme as wanting no borders holding a position in government.
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:32 PM
 
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Do you have a quote where he states that he wants no border? Or is that just a libelous, emotional comment for dramatic effect?

Because I can't imagine someone with as extreme as wanting no borders holding a position in government.
Chamot’s "Round up of Usual Suspects": Gov. Bill Richardson: Illegal Aliens’ Scofflaws Okay in New Mexico; 66% of cited drivers have no licenses, 98% are illegal aliens:

Look how he's encouraged them when it comes to drivers licenses. He simply has them handed a drivers license if they don't have one.

And when they're caught in NM still not having a drivers license, absolutely nothing is done so they of course still don't bother to get the drivers license.

All it requires is for them to go to the issuing office of drivers licenses in NM, and they still don't bother. Why should they?
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:34 PM
 
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Chamot’s "Round up of Usual Suspects": Gov. Bill Richardson: Illegal Aliens’ Scofflaws Okay in New Mexico; 66% of cited drivers have no licenses, 98% are illegal aliens:

Look how he's encouraged them when it comes to drivers licenses. He simply has them handed a drivers license if they don't have one.

And when they're caught in NM still not having a drivers license, absolutely nothing is done so they of course still don't bother to get the drivers license.

All it requires is for them to go to the issuing office of drivers licenses in NM, and they still don't bother. Why should they?
Soooo..its an exaggerated, emotional claim for dramatic effect? Thanks for the non-slanted article.
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Old 04-30-2010, 10:54 AM
 
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No it doesn't, did you have to prove citizenship to get it?
Yes, it is called a birth certificate.
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