Gingrich: Voters won't support policy to 'hunt down' all illegal immigrants

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GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich stood by his stance that some families of illegal immigrants should be allowed to stay in the US, saying that the country would not back an immigration policy to "hunt down every single person." Gingrich, speaking at a town hall at the College of Charleston hosted by Republican Rep.
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Brian_G wrote:
Gigngrich won't support amnesty, I'm voting for Bachmann.
Bachmann would likely do less harm than Gingrich.

He's smarter, but Bachmann is not a vicious person.

Gingrich led us down this path to deadlock and demonization of anybody who disagrees.

Gingrich is the king of POLARIZING FOR (PERSONAL) PROFITS, a very UNHEALTHY practice for the future of the United States of America
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Alex Jones blows his cover at Austen, Texas!: http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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SupaAFC wrote:
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Yeah, okay.
Also, you may as well update your website, since it still insinuates that you are running as a Republican.
Thanks I just did.

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please give the indians their land back
Actually I would much rather see the People of the Nations join the rest of us.

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Jim Hayden wrote:
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Actually I would much rather see the People of the Nations join the rest of us.
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We will give up our Nations when you give up yours.

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We will give up our Nations when you give up yours.
And why can't it be OURS?

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And why can't it be OURS?
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America is a nation with many Nations that share common borders,and treaties were signed establishing those borders.The USA broke enough treaties,stole enough land,as well as resources,so be happy with what you have.

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America is a nation with many Nations that share common borders,and treaties were signed establishing those borders.The USA broke enough treaties,stole enough land,as well as resources,so be happy with what you have.
That is exactly why I am proposing that a counsel be established by the People of the Nations as their legal representatives before the United States Congress to iron out the grievances and settle old debts.

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Jim Hayden wrote:
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Actually I would much rather see the People of the Nations join the rest of us.
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Give you what little they were allowed.??..No thanks. Buzz off fly.

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That is exactly why I am proposing that a counsel be established by the People of the Nations as their legal representatives before the United States Congress to iron out the grievances and settle old debts.
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Quit being a sick joke,like the Government has been doing for over 200 years.Counsels were held already.

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http://avalon.law.yale.edu/subject_menus/ntre...

How well were past treaties kept?

"Come on,you can trust us,we are the good guys" says the politicians to the Nations.

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Quit being a sick joke,like the Government has been doing for over 200 years.Counsels were held already.
You are correct only they did not have any authority before the Congress. I will see to it that they finally have that authority.

look at Porto Rico they are not a state and yet they have representation in the Congress the same is true with the District of Columbia. So why not the Nations? Aren't they just as worthy to have a voice in the United States Congress?

Let's just say I am different because I have a debt of honor that I owe the People of the Nations from when I was in Vietnam.

I really DO NOT expect you to understand that.

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Thanks I just did.
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Now your chances of being elected has dropped from 0 percent to, well, 0 percent.

You cannot seriously believe that you are going to blow open the two party system by selling some rosettes and arguing on Topix.

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You are correct only they did not have any authority before the Congress. I will see to it that they finally have that authority.
look at Porto Rico they are not a state and yet they have representation in the Congress the same is true with the District of Columbia. So why not the Nations? Aren't they just as worthy to have a voice in the United States Congress?
Let's just say I am different because I have a debt of honor that I owe the People of the Nations from when I was in Vietnam.
I really DO NOT expect you to understand that.
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The Nations are not territories,so try to learn the difference.Also,we can vote,so we get representation as well,so look up the NATIVE AMERICAN NATURALIZATION ACT OF 1924.

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Depends how much a hunting license costs, and if the season overlaps with deer hunting.

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