Democrat Support for Amnesty Threaten...

Democrat Support for Amnesty Threatens Their Most Loyal Voters

There are 9 comments on the Townhall story from Aug 6, 2014, titled Democrat Support for Amnesty Threatens Their Most Loyal Voters. In it, Townhall reports that:

He said: "You put them first, and they put you last -- 'cause you're a chump. A political chump! ... Anytime you throw your weight behind a political party that controls two-thirds of the government, and that Party can't keep the promise that it made to you during election time, and you are dumb enough to walk around continuing to identify yourself ... (more)

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lol

Kitchener, Canada

#2 Aug 6, 2014
Republicans should exploit the Democratic embrace of "comprehensive immigration reform" by emphasizing the threat illegal aliens pose to jobs. Back in 1994, the majority of California's black voters supported Proposition 187, which would have prevented illegal aliens from getting taxpayer-paid public education and non-emergency medical benefits. Opponents challenged it in court, and the governor ultimately gutted the proposition. But it passed not only among the majority of white voters, but the majority Asian and black voters as well.

The GOP has a lot to make the case for the black vote. Consider:

Black voters support voter photo ID, despite Attorney General Eric Holder's denunciation of such laws as "racist." Some polls put black support for voter ID at over 70 percent.

While Obama pursues "economic justice," black Democrats like Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., have called the black unemployment rate "unconscionable."

Polls show inner-city parents want vouchers so they can opt out of underperforming government schools. So do Republicans.

Republicans support securing our borders before discussing the legalization for the 10-12 million estimated illegal aliens here now. Recent polls show Republicans put "stopping the flow of illegal aliens" as their top legislative issue.

In 1964, blacks voted 80 percent Democratic. Fifty years later, it's 95 percent. What would Malcolm say?

Since: Jul 14

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#3 Aug 6, 2014
it's about time we vote for another party like the libertarians. If benjamin carson ran for President that yes blacks should vote for him. I pray to God blacks to vote for him.
teabaggin is out

Chicago, IL

#4 Aug 7, 2014
Ronald Reagan passed amnesty and he is loved by Republicans. Republicans even make excuses for him when confronted with this fact
X-TREME BIAS

San Jose, CA

#5 Aug 7, 2014
I say for every Hispanic, Latino, Chicano we admit into America, we should deport one thousand welfare spooks to balance out our ever exploding population, why the disparate numbers you ask? One Hispanic, Latino, Chicano works harder in one day then one thousand welfare spooks work in their entire stinking existences, fair trade? Yes, more then fair, next?
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#6 Aug 7, 2014
teabaggin is out wrote:
Ronald Reagan passed amnesty and he is loved by Republicans. Republicans even make excuses for him when confronted with this fact
Actually he did not "pass" the amnesty bill, he signed it into law after Congress passed it. The bill was sponsored by Ted Kennedy who is a Democrat. While you apparently do not know much about how government works and did not know or conveniently forgot that a Democrat wrote and sponsored that particular amnesty bill it does reinforce the point that historically bipartisan amnesty has been a failure and that we are lucky that this time Republicans saved us from making the same mistake again. The amnesty you speak of resulted in an increase of over 10 times the number of illegal aliens we had before it was passed and there is no reason to expect that subsequent amnesties will not have the same result.

“sly as a fox”

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Since: Mar 11

Over the Rhine

#7 Aug 7, 2014
teabaggin is out wrote:
Ronald Reagan passed amnesty and he is loved by Republicans. Republicans even make excuses for him when confronted with this fact
Politics in America is not about what a person stands for it's what are they against the tea party is an example of this they have no solutions its"be against" anything constructive and the cowardly republicans have shrunk even farther into their shells scared to death of them.
Justin

United States

#8 Aug 7, 2014
200 years ago, an immigrant arriving on America's shore was given a plot of land in some sparsely populated state.

100 years ago, an immigrant was handed a coal miner's helmet and had no choice but to work.

Today, an immigrant is given a lawyer, a free hotel room, and a registration form for public assistance.

America is no longer a frontier. The economic argument for mass immigration is far less compelling.

“I'm a proud grandma”

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Since: Feb 12

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#9 Nov 9, 2014
Upcoming government showdown on immigration, what could possibly be the motivation for legalizing 34 million people?

Even taking into account potential new Democrat votes, depression of wages, there will be a great backlash from the American people.
Be_Real_Fool

Houston, TX

#10 Nov 9, 2014
Republicans are either scare to have Black Voters in their ranks or trying to be like the Democrat Party and incorporate both groups. You can't do that, though. It's not enough jobs to go around to please two of the biggest minority group: Blacks and Latinos.

If the Republican Party want to be true to the Constitution, they would mass-deport all illegal aliens, not just some....."all" of them. And Blacks can view that as a signal for them to align themselves with the Republican Party. And all they have to do for us is give us quality schools/education and jobs.

That means, hiring Blacks....particularly, Black Men over all illegal aliens and Black Women because Black Women also.sympathizes with Illegal Aliens and gays and lesbians and are blindly loyal to Democrats.

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