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On Immigration, Cruz Aims for Middle Ground

There are 4 comments on the Texas Tribune story from Sep 13, 2013, titled On Immigration, Cruz Aims for Middle Ground. In it, Texas Tribune reports that:

Senator Ted Cruz held a press conference at the Anzalduas International Bridge in Mission surrounded by a group of local ranchers who told the senator they have been impacted by poor border security.

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Texian

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#1 Sep 13, 2013
hmmmmm.. REALLY? I DO NOT believe it! Here is a challenge I make to him directly MYSELF ... lets adress the abuse of the M1B-visa in our Nation that strips away NOT ONLY AMERICAN-CITIZEN JOBS, but EDUCATION opportunities also!

Come on Senator, I am calling you out on this one! Lets meet in a public "town-hall" meeting somewhere and "talk it out" in front of your fellow citizens "Texas-style" man-to-man, face-to-face in front of our "neighbors", just name the time and place "Senator"!

For those of you who do not know what I am talking about, here is a snippet of one of the world's most renowned physicists at a debate on education reform attempting to get it discussed ...

It only runs 4 mins, so please take a look if for nothing else curiosity ...

Dequin

Wolfen, Germany

#2 Sep 13, 2013
any more of such asinine ideas as granting people
green cards but no citizenship?The United States
cannot do this to people, because it would create
a two-class society.People aught to decide for themselves what they want: Whosoever is just in the
U.S. because of money actually shouldnīt obtain
citizenship- but usually does. Whosoever wants tobe part of the fabric of American society is not let
in because of the money.
So what is the problem?The problem is on the side of
American authorities who overrate the importance of
money.And then therīs the case of the Tsarnaev- brothers: Ainīt it embarrasing how easy citizenship
was for them? The American government is going to
have to hold interviews with individuals who want
to become citizens in order to test their maturity,
intentions, as well as knowledge of American culture.This ought to be an important criteria for
becoming a citizen. On the other hand it is unfair to take the opportunity to become a citizen away
from immigrants who want to take care of their families and who may be virtuous individuals of
merit in several aspects of life.
So- why should a person like that not become a citizen?If the goal of becoming a citizen brings out the best in many an immigrant, why take this
incentive of qualifying away from people?
Morally speaking , this is clearly wrong:
Most immigrants who come to the U.S. want to become
a part of the fabric of society. Discouraging this speaks of a very shortsighted way of seeing things.
Also, as long as immigrants are admitted on the basis of a green card only, this would endanger families who might be torn apart if one of their
members encounters difficulties.
So,as president Obama has been pointing out, this
type of "middle ground" is unacceptable!
Brenda besson

United States

#3 Sep 13, 2013
The pathway they need is get the hell out,that pathway leads back to mexico.goodbye.no greencard no anything just get out and no amnesty is coming,so go home learn to love your country this one is ours.

Texian

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#4 Sep 13, 2013
It is NOT MEXICANS who are the problem! It roots in the selling of our education opportunities to Asians, Europeans, Africans, Austrailians, Philipino's, and even SOUTH Americans before a Mexican even hears about it ... follow the MONEY, not propaganda ...

http://www.h1base.com/visa/work/Information%2...

Unfortunately, this one is a Texas-based traitor college selling degrees and visa's for cash and servatude IF they stay .. so they flee back to "home" ASAP with the education DENIED to an actual AMERICAN-Citizen! Now creating wealth for himself and home-country at OUR EXPENSE!!

http://www.h1base.com/content/h1bvisa

The H1B visa enables foreign skilled workers to stay in the US for up to six years and apply for permanent residency in the interim. Because this visa permits a foreign national to have "dual intent", there is no conflict when an H1B temporary worker applies for a green card.

As part of the H1B petition, the employing company, serving as the petitioner of the H1B visa petition, must make a number of attestations. It is important that the employer familiarize itself with the statements it’s agreeing to so as to avoid future inadvertent noncompliance and possible penalties.

AS you can see it is the CORPORATIONS ADVERTISING/RECRUITING foreigners to come here to TAKE AMERICAN JOBS and the EDUCATION that goes with them. NOT a bunch of MEXICANS! Stop buying the Nazi propaganda and look where the GREEN is really flowing from, it sure as hell is NOT from the empty pockets of peasants!!

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