Immigration issue could slow Perry in South Carolina
Rick Perry's Texas immigration policies have become a point of contention on the campaign trail and a key difference with many Southern conservatives, but some of the South Carolina Republicans who have endorsed him say they are willing to look past it because of his experience creating jobs.
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#1 Sep 28, 2011
Unfortunately, most of the jobs created in Texas were for immigrants -legal and illegal. Perry cannot be our president.
#2 Sep 28, 2011
There is little difference between an illegal alien Mexican and a legal Mexican (Anchor) In some ways the legal anchor is worse than the illegal Mexican, Because the legal ones don't have to keep a low profile because they are legal. And don't forget that legal anchor Mexicans came from illegal parents and grand parents. So they really are no better than the illegal alien. Some people seem to think the anchors are somehow better than the illegal just because their illegal alien mother squirted them out on this side the fence. The anchor baby law is B.S. and needs to be abolished.
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