Sergio Garcia Reveals Congress' Utter Immigration Reform Failure

There are 20 comments on the Jan 3, 2014, US News & World Report story titled Sergio Garcia Reveals Congress' Utter Immigration Reform Failure. In it, US News & World Report reports that:

Sergio Garcia, who is living in the United States illegally, was granted a law license by the California Supreme Court.

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wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Jan 3, 2014
This is exactly why you cant be nice to illegals.he is already a pain in the azzz, ungreatful.lol they forgot to tell him no one will hire him. They are all nuts in cali.
spud

Bangor, PA

#2 Jan 3, 2014
I'm not seeing where granting illegal aliens permission to practice law makes this country better. I don't see where it makes any sense either

Since: Dec 13

Granbury, TX

#3 Jan 4, 2014
spud wrote:
I'm not seeing where granting illegal aliens permission to practice law makes this country better. I don't see where it makes any sense either
obamas failure as a president is evident as he values issues regarding illegals over americans is obvious!

Since: Sep 07

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#4 Jan 4, 2014
the whole scene with the illegals is so surreal. like that "truman" movie. or the matrix trilogy with keanu reeves.

there are over 300 million americans in the usa. and yet, hardly anyone is really speaking up over all this nonenforcement of our laws.

makes you wonder sometimes if this is just all a dream as in nightmare.
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Jan 4, 2014
Asian Guy wrote:
the whole scene with the illegals is so surreal. like that "truman" movie. or the matrix trilogy with keanu reeves.
there are over 300 million americans in the usa. and yet, hardly anyone is really speaking up over all this nonenforcement of our laws.
makes you wonder sometimes if this is just all a dream as in nightmare.
true it seems like a movie or a bad dream.
ima-Ilis Myka Ashanti

El Paso, TX

#6 Jan 4, 2014
spud wrote:
I'm not seeing where granting illegal aliens permission to practice law makes this country better. I don't see where it makes any sense either
you are right Spud, as they will only work against what our country stands for and he has already done this breaking all the laws he could to accomplish his damned dream. Where in the world would he get the money to pay for law school? the California citizen tax payers no doubt paid for his education, what gratitude and now he will be working against them and their Constitution. Sleazy scum, just like that damned gay journalist also in California.
leonardo

Hollywood, FL

#7 Jan 4, 2014
wild child wrote:
This is exactly why you cant be nice to illegals.he is already a pain in the azzz, ungreatful.lol they forgot to tell him no one will hire him. They are all nuts in cali.
dont worry wild child he doesnt need a boss to work for sure he can doit ike me i work as a self employment you see wild child SI SE PUEDE
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Jan 4, 2014
leonardo wrote:
<quoted text>dont worry wild child he doesnt need a boss to work for sure he can doit ike me i work as a self employment you see wild child SI SE PUEDE
yes we can is right, get you people out.sooner the better.

Since: Oct 10

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#9 Jan 5, 2014
leonardo wrote:
<quoted text>dont worry wild child he doesnt need a boss to work for sure he can doit ike me i work as a self employment you see wild child SI SE PUEDE
Too bad that the Mexicans in the US illegally don't go home and use the "si se puede" motto on their own turf.

Of course, that would require REAL work and the guts to stand up for their values, instead of taking advantage of the wrong-headed liberal agenda talking heads to be their voice, whatever the cost to this country.

Talk about misplaced priorities.
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Jan 5, 2014
OneRepublic wrote:
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Too bad that the Mexicans in the US illegally don't go home and use the "si se puede" motto on their own turf.
Of course, that would require REAL work and the guts to stand up for their values, instead of taking advantage of the wrong-headed liberal agenda talking heads to be their voice, whatever the cost to this country.
Talk about misplaced priorities.
sooooo true.
spud

Bangor, PA

#11 Jan 5, 2014
leonardo wrote:
<quoted text>dont worry wild child he doesnt need a boss to work for sure he can doit ike me i work as a self employment you see wild child SI SE PUEDE
If you're trying be an American, what the hell does that mean? Gringos don't need to work for slave wages to endear themselves to Americans, Only jerks do that. And Gringos certainly don't need to support Illegal aliens to be lawyers, judges or whatever. That's total BS.

Since: Oct 10

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#12 Jan 5, 2014
spud wrote:
<quoted text>If you're trying be an American, what the hell does that mean? Gringos don't need to work for slave wages to endear themselves to Americans, Only jerks do that. And Gringos certainly don't need to support Illegal aliens to be lawyers, judges or whatever. That's total BS.
How can you make sense of that dimwit's comments? All that I understood was 'si se puede',
Onr Repugnant

Anaheim, CA

#13 Jan 5, 2014
OneRepublic wrote:
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Too bad that the Mexicans in the US illegally don't go home and use the "si se puede" motto on their own turf.
Of course, that would require REAL work and the guts to stand up for their values, instead of taking advantage of the wrong-headed liberal agenda talking heads to be their voice, whatever the cost to this country.
Talk about misplaced priorities.
Don't you wish your family would have stood up to their values and stayed in Mexico where they belong?
Instead they took the easy route out of that God forsaken Country first chance they got.....
Pretty gutless according to your skewed standards, Ms. Hypocrite.

Since: Oct 10

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#14 Jan 6, 2014
Onr Repugnant wrote:
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Don't you wish your family would have stood up to their values and stayed in Mexico where they belong?
Instead they took the easy route out of that God forsaken Country first chance they got.....
Pretty gutless according to your skewed standards, Ms. Hypocrite.
Most of my Mexican relatives still live in Mexico, only a few have come to the US. Why so bitter about Mexicans here legally? FYI: my cousins who are here:
a) are college educated
b) take care of their families without government assistance
c) have immersed themselves in the American culture

It was their CHOICE to come here, and are as upset as the rest of us about those who are here illegally and seeking asylum, upset and embarrassed.

Since: Oct 10

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#15 Jan 6, 2014
Rico can go fly a kite, hopefully heading SOUTH, follow the windmills, Sancho!
leonardo

Hollywood, FL

#16 Jan 6, 2014
spud wrote:
<quoted text>If you're trying be an American, what the hell does that mean? Gringos don't need to work for slave wages to endear themselves to Americans, Only jerks do that. And Gringos certainly don't need to support Illegal aliens to be lawyers, judges or whatever. That's total BS.
for me gringos blacks spanics chinesse and other races are the same. I dont care if your white green black ect i care about the person. Your no better the no one .i been working 20 years already and always wito no cigarret,coffe,paper time when i go to work i go to work
leonardo

Hollywood, FL

#17 Jan 6, 2014
OneRepublic wrote:
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How can you make sense of that dimwit's comments? All that I understood was 'si se puede',
yyou dont understand because you have sh!t in your head. I feel sorry for you
spud

Bangor, PA

#18 Jan 6, 2014
leonardo wrote:
<quoted text>for me gringos blacks spanics chinesse and other races are the same. I dont care if your white green black ect i care about the person. Your no better the no one .i been working 20 years already and always wito no cigarret,coffe,paper time when i go to work i go to work
So you're a good worker. That's great. You should be proud of that. But being a good worker doesn't entitle you to illegally enter a country and take a job. If every good worker from every country decided to just come here and work, this place would be chaos. If you want to come here to work, that's our decision, not yours.
spud

Bangor, PA

#19 Jan 6, 2014
OneRepublic wrote:
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How can you make sense of that dimwit's comments? All that I understood was 'si se puede',
I guess I'm just used to all those different ways of talking from working in NYC. He definitely isn't conventional. By the way, I like your way of thinking.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#20 Jan 6, 2014
leonardo wrote:
<quoted text>yyou dont understand because you have sh!t in your head. I feel sorry for you
So wrote the asshat, Leonardo de Pinche.

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