Nuns on the Bus in Apopka to talk imm...

Nuns on the Bus in Apopka to talk immigration reform

There are 22 comments on the The Orlando Sentinel story from Jun 3, 2013, titled Nuns on the Bus in Apopka to talk immigration reform. In it, The Orlando Sentinel reports that:

" Nuns on the Bus" -- a group of Catholic Sisters on a 15-state bus tour -- are bringing their campaign for immigration reform to the Hope Community Center, 1016 N Park Ave., Apopka , Mary Parish church in Winter Park for mass and a fundraiser.

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tayo

UK

#1 Jun 3, 2013
God we continue bless all of you as you continu support d reform.amen
willson

Stafford, VA

#2 Jun 3, 2013
Thanks

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#3 Jun 3, 2013
tayo wrote:
God we continue bless all of you as you continu support d reform.amen
no reform needed.Immgration would work if they enforce the laws already on the books
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#4 Jun 3, 2013
Finally the bus has turn the corner with more passengers on board this time to remove the few road block that maybe laid in its path destination, Immigration reform!

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#5 Jun 3, 2013
Andysdad wrote:
<quoted text>no reform needed.Immgration would work if they enforce the laws already on the books
The reform is needed asap.

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#6 Jun 4, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
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The reform is needed asap.
no reform is needed.Only enforcement of current laws

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#8 Jun 9, 2013
Andysdad wrote:
<quoted text>no reform is needed.Only enforcement of current laws
The current laws are badly outdated.

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#9 Jun 10, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
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The current laws are badly outdated.
the current laws are not enforced, why write new laws if your not enforcing the old

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#10 Jun 10, 2013
Andysdad wrote:
<quoted text>the current laws are not enforced, why write new laws if your not enforcing the old
The answer to this question is very easy : The old laws have been modified so many times that the current immigration system is extremely complicated, has many flaws and doesn't not benefit USA.

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#11 Jun 10, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
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The answer to this question is very easy : The old laws have been modified so many times that the current immigration system is extremely complicated, has many flaws and doesn't not benefit USA.
so nothing in this bill erases the old laws, just adds onto them. Again, more laws that wont be enforced, tired it once before, not again, SImple

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#12 Jun 10, 2013
Andysdad wrote:
<quoted text>so nothing in this bill erases the old laws, just adds onto them. Again, more laws that wont be enforced, tired it once before, not again, SImple
When you are against a fix to a problem you should come up with an alternate solution. Since deporting 11 millions or status quo are not practical I still don't know what your solution to the problem might be.

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#13 Jun 10, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
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When you are against a fix to a problem you should come up with an alternate solution. Since deporting 11 millions or status quo are not practical I still don't know what your solution to the problem might be.
my solution doesnt not let---now caliming 20 million more criminals go unpunished. ITs simple. Seal the border,manatyory everify, and when illegals are caught--deport, simple solution.

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#14 Jun 10, 2013
Andysdad wrote:
<quoted text>my solution doesnt not let---now caliming 20 million more criminals go unpunished. ITs simple. Seal the border,manatyory everify, and when illegals are caught--deport, simple solution.
It is simple yet extremely complex. Most of these 20 million people hold jobs and if they are deported the economy would simply collapse let alone the huge cost of deporting so many people. That's why you have to put more thought into it before saying things that would definitely make the problem get way worse than it is now.

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#15 Jun 10, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
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It is simple yet extremely complex. Most of these 20 million people hold jobs and if they are deported the economy would simply collapse let alone the huge cost of deporting so many people. That's why you have to put more thought into it before saying things that would definitely make the problem get way worse than it is now.
you live under a rock, he economy has already COLLAPSE, yet you fail to take into account what they cost they American taxpayer. ITs simple , they use more from social services then they put in.

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#16 Jun 10, 2013
Andysdad wrote:
<quoted text>you live under a rock, he economy has already COLLAPSE, yet you fail to take into account what they cost they American taxpayer. ITs simple , they use more from social services then they put in.
I'm glad you agree with me by saying that these people have to start putting in by paying taxes. That proves the fact that you know it's logical to have this reform but you just don't like the idea of this getting done.

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#17 Jun 10, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
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I'm glad you agree with me by saying that these people have to start putting in by paying taxes. That proves the fact that you know it's logical to have this reform but you just don't like the idea of this getting done.
imsorry you misunderstood g back and read IT AGAIN, DEPORTATION FOR CRIMINALS

Since: Jan 13

Monroe Township, NJ

#18 Jun 10, 2013
Andysdad wrote:
<quoted text>imsorry you misunderstood g back and read IT AGAIN, DEPORTATION FOR CRIMINALS
You should be sorry for you. In case you didn't know, the criminals are being deported.

“"One for the claws"”

Since: Jul 10

Sin City,U.S.A.

#19 Jun 10, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
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The answer to this question is very easy : The old laws have been modified so many times that the current immigration system is extremely complicated, has many flaws and doesn't not benefit USA.
And legalizing,what could be as many as 20 million illegals ,benefits the U.S?? On top of that each one of them can bring in 4 family members each. 80 million more people!! All these people would be dependent on the government entitlement system for their survival. The Democrats love this idea as it increases their voter base. One big problem is they have no idea how to pay for this without taxing the heck out of the middle-class. Any Republican that goes along with this ought to have their heads examined!

“"One for the claws"”

Since: Jul 10

Sin City,U.S.A.

#20 Jun 10, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
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I'm glad you agree with me by saying that these people have to start putting in by paying taxes. That proves the fact that you know it's logical to have this reform but you just don't like the idea of this getting done.
You are extremely gullible if you believe these people are really going to contribute anything significant as far as taxes. Isn't going to happen. Low wage earners are already in a low tax bracket. Factor in that most have many bambinos. Even less taxes would be collected from them. At the end of the year they would claim EIC. Net tax, a big 0. In fact they would probably get back even more than they ever paid in. This bill is a disaster waiting to happen.

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#21 Jun 10, 2013
Ambro2000 wrote:
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You should be sorry for you. In case you didn't know, the criminals are being deported.
no they are not, a EO a few months ago from obummer lets gang members even say

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