Split House GOP threatens immigration reform
As the Senate this week casts its first round of votes on immigration reform, a divided Republican conference on the other side of the Capitol may be a roadblock to any immigration measure passing Congress this year.
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#1 Jun 10, 2013
How about all elderly veterans of WWII, Vietnam; stepping aside to let Holocaust victims go to the HEAD OF THE LINE when it comes to elderly healthcare services.
Jewish representative of FL, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, has INTRODUCED a bill, RUSH-Responding to the Urgent Needs of Survivors of the Holocaust (RUSH) Act
which will allow Holocaust victims to get to the head of the line, get perferential services, when it comes to healthcare.
That means that those who FOUGHT and the widows of those who DIED get to take a step back to make room for Holocaust victims.
That means YOUR LOVED ONES get bumped so a preferential group gets TO THE HEAD OF THE LINE.
Think twice about electing a jewish representative or senator. They will put THEIR brethern AHEAD of those who fought, or were wounded or the widows of those who died who LIBERATED the jews.
SHAME on jewish representatives and senators!
Watch for whom YOU vote.
#2 Jun 10, 2013
While everyone is sitting around waiting for immigration reform what's going on with ENFORCING existing laws?
The government has no urgent desire to stop the illegal invasion and occupation of the United States of America.
Until they do, nothing will change.
#3 Jun 10, 2013
"Immigration reform"? Don't make me laugh. What we are "threatened" by is an invasion from Mexico and the so-called "reform" is just amnesty in disguise.
The entire point behind the Senate's bill is to arrange for the Democrats to get another 10-15 million voters by letting in 20 million Mexicans (1/5th of Mexico). They'll then vote to open the floodgates entirely.
We're $17 trillion in debt with no end in sight. We can't afford to bail out Mexico's corrupt oligarchy by taking their excess ignorant peasants and putting them on welfare, food stamps and ObamaCare just so the Dems can get more paid voters.
The Mexican elite and the Dems are in bed together. The Dems need more bodies and the Mexicans need to get rid of millions of their excess population. American taxpayers will foot the bill.
#4 Jun 10, 2013
Once those given amnesty under this bill become American citizens, all the "restrictions" will be dropped in one swift lawsuit, giving voting rights and entitlements to millions of new immigrants. We will be sunk under the weight of it, and the voting demographics will be permanently altered.
#5 Jun 10, 2013
Boehner is a terrible speaker. He's obviously pro amnesty after stonewalling the Everify bill last summer. Thank God there are still plenty of Republicans that are not sellouts. The Republican party is in desperate need of new leadership.
#6 Jun 10, 2013
This is a very sad situation. Now that Americans know they can't trust Obama after the IRS, DOJ, and NSA Scandals we can't trust the Obama Admin to keep any commitment made to get the Immig Bill passed. We would be crazy to support passage until after Obama is no longer in power.
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