Bush clarifies view on immigration pa...

Bush clarifies view on immigration pathway

There are 50 comments on the The Daily Record story from Mar 5, 2013, titled Bush clarifies view on immigration pathway. In it, The Daily Record reports that:

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Tuesday he was open to immigration reform proposals that include a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants, clarifying his approach amid questions from fellow Republicans.

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Since: Aug 11

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#1 Mar 5, 2013
anything given to illegal aliens is a call for more except for punishment only.

thats the ticket no rewards just penalties
Mike

La Puente, CA

#2 Mar 5, 2013
LOL! What a lying slimeball politician Bush is!

PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION AGAINST AN AMNESTY FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS!

WHY SIGNING THIS PETITION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN OTHERS!

While every petition, fax, email and phone call against the amnesty is important, signing this petition is by far the most important single thing one of your friends or relatives can do.

The reason is that signing this petition puts a person into an email system at NumbersUSA that will alert them every time one of their elected officials needs to hear something specific about immigration. Nobody else but NumbersUSA runs a customized grassroots mobilization system like this that constantly gathers information on Capitol Hill about your Members of Congress and then lets you know what they are doing, saying and thinking about immigration policy.

The New York Times and other mass media have repeatedly stated that NumbersUSA's mobilization network led the efforts that defeated the close-call amnesty efforts of 2007 and 2010. But the forces for open borders are far more powerful today. Please help by passing along this Petition to everybody you know.

https://www.numbersusa.com/petition...
trep parish

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Mar 5, 2013
it needs to be done with full of citizenship and that is america......
potter

San Francisco, CA

#4 Mar 5, 2013
Immigratilon reform will happen this time. Republican politicians are more eager as much as the Democrats to fix it to take it off the table on the next elections. And that is exactly what will happen. Whatevet it is,legal status or pathway to citizenship.

Since: Jun 11

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#5 Mar 5, 2013
Giving legal status to illegals violates USC 1324 which makes it a federal crime to encourage illegals to come here. That's the law.
sniper call

Piscataway, NJ

#6 Mar 5, 2013
Without Hispanic and immigrants voting for them, Republican have no chance in the white house again. So keep pushing immigrants to the side wont help you Republicans
Bryan

Chihuahua, Mexico

#7 Mar 5, 2013
I actually thought the USA was a free country as stated by the national anthem (the land of the free and the home of the brave) This Isn't true as we know those 11 million people are called ILLEGAL immigrants
Ron

Phoenix, AZ

#8 Mar 5, 2013
The Illegals won't vote for Republicans if they do pass a reform.It is just another smoke screen that they want you to believe.Don't be stupid and let the illegals get anything.They are scum to the earth and a burden to the people of the USA.They just care about getting what they can free then cry for more.
immigraniada

Studio City, CA

#9 Mar 6, 2013
Mike wrote:
LOL! What a lying slimeball politician Bush is!
PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION AGAINST AN AMNESTY FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS!
WHY SIGNING THIS PETITION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN OTHERS!
While every petition, fax, email and phone call against the amnesty is important, signing this petition is by far the most important single thing one of your friends or relatives can do.
The reason is that signing this petition puts a person into an email system at NumbersUSA that will alert them every time one of their elected officials needs to hear something specific about immigration. Nobody else but NumbersUSA runs a customized grassroots mobilization system like this that constantly gathers information on Capitol Hill about your Members of Congress and then lets you know what they are doing, saying and thinking about immigration policy.
The New York Times and other mass media have repeatedly stated that NumbersUSA's mobilization network led the efforts that defeated the close-call amnesty efforts of 2007 and 2010. But the forces for open borders are far more powerful today. Please help by passing along this Petition to everybody you know.
https://www.numbersusa.com/petition...
Petition my NUTS!
Immigration Reform and Legalization will be done next next month,that's the right thing to do!
http://youtu.be/zKoQgODwveE
Mike

La Puente, CA

#10 Mar 6, 2013
immigraniada wrote:
<quoted text>
Petition my NUTS!
Immigration Reform and Legalization will be done next next month,that's the right thing to do!
http://youtu.be/zKoQgODwveE
WHY is that the right thing to do?

REWARDING people who broke the law is NOT the right thing to do Pedro. How many in your family are illegals?

Since: Aug 11

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#12 Mar 6, 2013
sniper call wrote:
Without Hispanic and immigrants voting for them, Republican have no chance in the white house again. So keep pushing immigrants to the side wont help you Republicans
without illegal aliens and fraud no dem could get elected that is why they cater, dems are said to be for the workering citizens all know rewarding illegal aliens is an all out attack against the working class citizen.it does not help the jobless and it keeps wages down,then flooding the job market does not help either.
Truth Speaker

Danielson, CT

#14 Mar 6, 2013
Over the weekend, a drunk ILLEGAL ALIEN from Mexico killed a Brooklyn newlywed couple on the way to the hospital to deliver their baby. The baby was taken from his dead mother's body, but died the next day. This was the second DUI for this wet back in two weeks. Of course, he ran from the scene, being a coward, and is still at large claiming that he was running from people trying to shoot him. He was previously in prison for manslaughter and for entering the country illegally. Now, Turner, Juan, Rico, North American and all you other coprophagus supporters of illegal aliens, how does this fit into your theory that these people are anything less than lowlife human garbage? Liars, thieves, cheats and cowards??
Who Knows

Gaithersburg, MD

#15 Mar 6, 2013
Bryan wrote:
I actually thought the USA was a free country as stated by the national anthem (the land of the free and the home of the brave) This Isn't true as we know those 11 million people are called ILLEGAL immigrants
It means freedom for the citizens of this country not for any person that just up and plant themselves here without going through the process of being legal, not everyone is given the right to be here just because thats what they think they should be able to do.

“The End Of America Coming Soon”

Since: Dec 07

Welfare State

#16 Mar 6, 2013
sniper call wrote:
Without Hispanic and immigrants voting for them, Republican have no chance in the white house again. So keep pushing immigrants to the side wont help you Republicans
Hispanics are not going to vote for Republicans regardless. Hispanics support bigger government with lots of free stuff. They love the free stuff that Democrats give away. Just to make my point clearer, Hispanics didn't support Ronald Reagan before amnesty, nor did they support him after amnesty. Republicans should stick to their guns and defend the rule of law in this country. I think at some point, the majority of Americans will get fed up with Hispanics hijacking our elections.

“The End Of America Coming Soon”

Since: Dec 07

Welfare State

#17 Mar 6, 2013
Jeb Bush's plan won't work either. Any plan to create a pathway to citizenship will encourage more illegal immigration in the future. Any plan that promises the end reward will outweigh the crime will be totally useless in stopping illegal immigration.

The only way to stop illegal immigration and prevent future flows, is to enforce our laws to the fullest extent.

This means no exception for children brought here by their parents, cut off all benefits, punish employers for hiring illegals, if they are caught here for any reason without documents...deport them.

We should make them feel uncomfortable here, with no rewards for breaking our laws and being here illegally.

Laws don't work if they're not enforced!
potter

San Francisco, CA

#18 Mar 6, 2013
The reason for doing immigration reform is to fix what is broken. Deportation is impossible so they are crafting solutions, enforcement, e verify, employer liability if they hire undocs and legalization etc. That's the common sense solution that they cam take. And by the way the no. 1 reason Political Survival.
Memo From Turner

Bellmore, NY

#19 Mar 6, 2013
Truth Speaker wrote:
Over the weekend, a drunk ILLEGAL ALIEN from Mexico killed a Brooklyn newlywed couple on the way to the hospital to deliver their baby. The baby was taken from his dead mother's body, but died the next day. This was the second DUI for this wet back in two weeks. Of course, he ran from the scene, being a coward, and is still at large claiming that he was running from people trying to shoot him. He was previously in prison for manslaughter and for entering the country illegally. Now, Turner, Juan, Rico, North American and all you other coprophagus supporters of illegal aliens, how does this fit into your theory that these people are anything less than lowlife human garbage? Liars, thieves, cheats and cowards??
One little problem with your rant "Truth Speaker". The guy was not an illegal immigrant. He was legal. You know. The kind of Hispanic that everybody on these boards claim to like.

Maybe you should consider a name change.
Dickweed

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#20 Mar 6, 2013
I hate Republicans. Damn neaar all of them. W was the worst president in my lifetime.
with that said, Jeb Bush was an awesome governor of Florida. The only times he eever made the news was when he was doing something good.HE always said stuff that made sence, and this state was in very good shape whilel he was here. I'll forgive whatever shananigans there was to give his dumbass brother FL in the first election, family pressures are hard to ignore.
Jeb Bush is not willing to play along with the republican douchebag policies unless he actually agrees with them. It's like he has the ability to think for himself, how unusual in a Republican.
He has always impressed me, even when his brother was systematically wrecking the whole country while vacationing and golfing.

Rubio is a joke and he is likely already out of the running for 2016.
IF the Reppublicans want the WH they need to get a guy like Jeb out there. He has the capability to get votes from all 3 sides left, right, independant.

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#21 Mar 6, 2013
potter wrote:
Immigratilon reform will happen this time. Republican politicians are more eager as much as the Democrats to fix it to take it off the table on the next elections. And that is exactly what will happen. Whatevet it is,legal status or pathway to citizenship.
An amnesty fixes nothing. Illegal aliens will still be coming. What fixes the issue of how we got here, not giving away citizenship.

Give illegal aliens nothing.

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#22 Mar 6, 2013
sniper call wrote:
Without Hispanic and immigrants voting for them, Republican have no chance in the white house again. So keep pushing immigrants to the side wont help you Republicans
Don't be stupid. The Hispanic vote was 10% of the total vote. Obama got 7% of that. So you are talking about 7% of the total vote. 58% of Hispanics live in California and Texas and not across the country. They live close to the border because they do not assimilate and Hispanics are the group least likely to vote than other groups.

Plus the popular vote is not what counts.

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