Federal Candidates in Six States Join...

Federal Candidates in Six States Join Call to Oppose Amnesty

There are 2 comments on the NewsBlaze story from Sep 3, 2010, titled Federal Candidates in Six States Join Call to Oppose Amnesty. In it, NewsBlaze reports that:

ALIPAC is endorsing a new round of Federal candidates who have indicated they oppose President Obama's Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty plans and favor enforcing America's existing immigration and border laws instead, which is expected to generate a continued exodus of illegal aliens out of America.

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RASuarez

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Sep 20, 2010
Keep it up but in the mean time, read on and see where we are going in the USA. Its only time when we get our due. You and the Republicans will have lots of free time in the not so distant future.

http://www.infoplease.com/spot/hhmcensus1.htm...
Oregon is Disgusting

Sherwood, OR

#2 Sep 23, 2010
Corporations love the cheap labor. Republicrumbs are simply lying about this...and everything else.

Republicrumbs are for LOW WAGES so illegals are perfect for them.

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