Voices: GOP won't face immigration ba...

Voices: GOP won't face immigration backlash in November

There are 25 comments on the The Town Talk story from Aug 5, 2014, titled Voices: GOP won't face immigration backlash in November. In it, The Town Talk reports that:

As Republicans in the House slowly killed every immigration bill going through Congress, immigration advocates went to greater lengths to express their anger.

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kwame

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Aug 5, 2014
Obama vows to act alone which brings Me some relief.
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Aug 6, 2014
Lol good we dont have to cater to people , this is our country.obama CAN not make you legal, the vacation you are on will last a bit longer, then you will be deported yay

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Since: Oct 12

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#3 Aug 6, 2014
kwame wrote:
Obama vows to act alone which brings Me some relief.
The teaparty House republican's failure to serve America, rather than their partisan politics forces him to act independently.....

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Since: Apr 09

small town

#4 Aug 6, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> The teaparty House republican's failure to serve America, rather than their partisan politics forces him to act independently.....
NO to Democrats Amnesty. The Republicans are thinking of the UNITED STATES CITIZENS. What backlash?? It is going Help Vote More in. DEPORT ALL illegal immigrants.
Memo From Turner

United States

#5 Aug 6, 2014
dirtbag1958 wrote:
<quoted text> NO to Democrats Amnesty. The Republicans are thinking of the UNITED STATES CITIZENS. What backlash?? It is going Help Vote More in. DEPORT ALL illegal immigrants.
Yes the Republicans show how much they care about UNITED STATES CITIZENS every time they offer tax breaks to companies that move the CITIZENS jobs overseas.

Last week Rob Portman had the nerve to call companies that took advantage of the tax inversion loopholes to avoid paying any taxes in the US as "economic refugees". I know Republicans consider corporations to be people, but how he can get worked up about multi-billion dollar refugees yet have utter disdain for actual flesh and blood refugees tells you all you need to know about the Republicans.
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Aug 6, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> The teaparty House republican's failure to serve America, rather than their partisan politics forces him to act independently.....
he has no right to act alone, if he did you would be legal.americans first always
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Aug 6, 2014
dirtbag1958 wrote:
<quoted text> NO to Democrats Amnesty. The Republicans are thinking of the UNITED STATES CITIZENS. What backlash?? It is going Help Vote More in. DEPORT ALL illegal immigrants.
exactly, the right thing to do deport all.thank my republicans teaparty ppl

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#8 Aug 6, 2014
dirtbag1958 wrote:
<quoted text> NO to Democrats Amnesty. The Republicans are thinking of the UNITED STATES CITIZENS. What backlash?? It is going Help Vote More in. DEPORT ALL illegal immigrants.
Amnesty? Where did i mention amnesty?
Memo From Turner

United States

#9 Aug 6, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Amnesty? Where did i mention amnesty?
Didn't you hear? Anybody who is not in favor of gunning down children believes in "amnesty" and open borders.

We are not talking about the definition of "amnesty" that has been in place since the 1500's either. It has a whole new meaning now.
Betrayed

North Augusta, SC

#10 Aug 6, 2014
Memo From Turner wrote:
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Didn't you hear? Anybody who is not in favor of gunning down children believes in "amnesty" and open borders.
We are not talking about the definition of "amnesty" that has been in place since the 1500's either. It has a whole new meaning now.
Great, let's start with Canada and their cousins the Brits. They account for about 3.4 million people in the US. That northern border, the one that brings gangs, illegal medicine, heroine, and of course chemical spills from Canadian trains, needs more attention. It is very likely the next terrorist will emanate/depart from that border (you know, Saxon looking terrorists). and worst, those immigrants from China/India/Canada/Europe will very likely betray you with sensitive information (military/business) to the detriment of you. But that is how you like it!!!

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#11 Aug 6, 2014
Memo From Turner wrote:
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Didn't you hear? Anybody who is not in favor of gunning down children believes in "amnesty" and open borders.
We are not talking about the definition of "amnesty" that has been in place since the 1500's either. It has a whole new meaning now.
The kids that came here as children, and have since educated themselves and become productive citizens, deserve some path to true citizenship.....period....
PlethoraGuy

Lake Elsinore, CA

#12 Aug 6, 2014
The real backslash is after we made so many changes on latin America's economy. After NAFTA Scarcity is the fundamental economic problem. Very easy to understand once you realize the basic needs of human beings. We as leaders need to foresee the impact on local communities. We have to re-think our investments. Should we spend more on war? Should we invest in developing south America with a WIN-WIN new point of view? Backslash on a WIN-LOSE situation is here. Let's fix it. Let's teach our new generation how to build not how to hate.
ronnie

Salt Lake City, UT

#13 Aug 6, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> The kids that came here as children, and have since educated themselves and become productive citizens, deserve some path to true citizenship.....period....
Bullshit. That gives all the people that came here the right way a slap in the face. If illegals are angry they should be pissed off at the parent's who put them through this crap. We can't keep giving people who break the law, rewards.... Never... this Country must retain law and order... Sorry about those illegals but they need to go to the back of the line, and return to there country's of origin, and come back the right way... We put up with this lawlessness for year's. Blighted neighborhoods exist because of this invasion. Crime is up. And every time the President says he's going to give illegals anything, they come in even bigger number's without permission. I don't want to pay for anymore of these welfare thug's.... The legals Citizenry deserve better.
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#14 Aug 6, 2014
They need to all be deported , period.if you want to be mad blame your parents.not us.I dont care if you think we are racist or not.
Memo From Turner

United States

#15 Aug 6, 2014
ronnie wrote:
<quoted text>Bullshit. That gives all the people that came here the right way a slap in the face. If illegals are angry they should be pissed off at the parent's who put them through this crap. We can't keep giving people who break the law, rewards.... Never... this Country must retain law and order... Sorry about those illegals but they need to go to the back of the line, and return to there country's of origin, and come back the right way... We put up with this lawlessness for year's. Blighted neighborhoods exist because of this invasion. Crime is up. And every time the President says he's going to give illegals anything, they come in even bigger number's without permission. I don't want to pay for anymore of these welfare thug's.... The legals Citizenry deserve better.
So said a man who did nothing to earn his citizenship other then to be fortunate enough to draw his first breath within the territorial confines of the US.

“Taste great in milk!”

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#18 Aug 6, 2014
ILLEGAL A-HOLE wrote:
My kids came here as childrens and have commit many crimes as adult, semi colon !
Gee Beaver, that's swell.

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#19 Aug 7, 2014
Memo From Turner wrote:
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So said a man who did nothing to earn his citizenship other then to be fortunate enough to draw his first breath within the territorial confines of the US.
...Amen....the Lucky Sperm Club......
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#20 Aug 7, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> The kids that came here as children, and have since educated themselves and become productive citizens, deserve some path to true citizenship.....period....
Fine for them but what about the 99% that have not become productive citizens and what about the parents who came here illegally, smuggled children in illegally, and corrupted the morals of the children by raising them to believe it is o.k. to break the law as long as they benefit from it.? They deserve deportation....period....
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Since: Apr 10

Las Vegas, NV

#21 Aug 15, 2014
Memo From Turner wrote:
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Yes the Republicans show how much they care about UNITED STATES CITIZENS every time they offer tax breaks to companies that move the CITIZENS jobs overseas.
Last week Rob Portman had the nerve to call companies that took advantage of the tax inversion loopholes to avoid paying any taxes in the US as "economic refugees". I know Republicans consider corporations to be people, but how he can get worked up about multi-billion dollar refugees yet have utter disdain for actual flesh and blood refugees tells you all you need to know about the Republicans.
With democrats we don't have to worry about jobs moving overseas, democrats are bringing in cheap labor next door to us.
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Since: Apr 10

Las Vegas, NV

#22 Aug 15, 2014
Memo From Turner wrote:
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So said a man who did nothing to earn his citizenship other then to be fortunate enough to draw his first breath within the territorial confines of the US.
Illegal aliens could do the same if the people in charge of their countries had any idea how to run a country in stead of keeping the people down and keeping all the wealth for themselves. Poor people out number them why can't they get these people out of office and put some productive people in.

What has Mexico been doing the last 500 years besides building mud huts and dirt farming?

"So said a man who did nothing to earn his citizenship other then to be fortunate enough to draw his first breath within the territorial confines of the US"

Americans worked hard and spilled their blood for this country, something Mexican Indians aren't willing to do for their country, but they will cross the border and whine about not having nothing.

This is like a person who plans and saves for their retirement and someone who does not. The person who does not, says "you're lucky you have a nice retirement".

Think about, Mexican Indians who come to the US and make good, how many go back to Mexico to improve the country? None.

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