A Path to Citizenship? Senators Reach...

A Path to Citizenship? Senators Reach Bipartisan Agreement on Sweeping Immigration Reform

There are 14 comments on the TheBlaze.com story from Jan 28, 2013, titled A Path to Citizenship? Senators Reach Bipartisan Agreement on Sweeping Immigration Reform. In it, TheBlaze.com reports that:

A bipartisan group of leading senators has reached agreement on the principles of sweeping legislation to rewrite the nation's immigration laws.

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Since: Aug 11

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#2 Jan 28, 2013
all in support of this is showing their support for crimes against American citizens.

rewarding them for crimes that will send a citizen to jail or prison shows just how far against citizens the leaders have gone. here is a few of their crimes just to stay and work here.

http://cis.org/mortensen/dreamers-conservativ...

birds of a feather is those in office who want this.

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#3 Jan 28, 2013
Oaky wrote:
McCain is a flip flopper and would be our president now if he had stood his ground. What makes him think we want him to lead us now?
You should know how certain Republicans roll by now. They run on neo-conservative principals to get elected then incorporate moderate to liberal policies when in office.

Since: Aug 11

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#5 Jan 28, 2013
so much for assimilating. we cannot stay a worlds melting pot without it shamnesty will only further divide the nation.

call and email or fax those in office thinking about stabbing the citizens and the country as a whole in the back.

shamnesty also makes those who followed all the rules and came here as they were supposed to as fools wasting their time and money when they could have just invaded

Since: Aug 11

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#8 Jan 28, 2013
this may help shine a light on the true why.

https://www.numbersusa.com/content/learn/issu...

if you don't like the source read and search for yourself.this in not b.s.
ronnie

Brigham City, UT

#9 Jan 28, 2013
The house of representatives are tentative about this and refuse reform without e-verify and border control. It's sounds bi-partisan now but when they begin the debate watch out.. To many waiting in line legally. These illegals have simply walked into my house, and stolen my belonging's and Washington isn't even looking at the job's or lack of job's for legals. It complete BS.I know it cannot give many anything for year's too come so I'm not all that charged up, but what's really funny is McCains idiotic thinking, that they will embrace Repub's and start voting Repub. They want to many freebies to ever do that. Let's all calm down and watch!!!!!

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#10 Jan 28, 2013
This will never pass the house. In the coming days it will come out how much this will cost US citizens. The news keeps talking about this poll that Americans want illegal aliens to just walk in and become US citizens. What poll is this?

I'am a democrat and never took this poll. I don't know of any other democrats who are in favor of this.

"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State." -Goebbels
Sarcasm

El Paso, TX

#11 Jan 28, 2013
I am Hispanic and vehemently oppose immigration reform. Not all Hispanics want this, at least not the educated ones who actually work for a living, took their turn for legal status, and are part of the tax base. How will we take in the next wave and how will we support them? Did we forget that in the 80s amnesty was granted and still we have more illegal aliens in our country. When will this stop and when will the Democrats and Republicans realize that the American People are fed up? Both parties are out of touch, it is as though the parents left the home and the children are running the household. No fiscal responsibility and anything goes for the purpose of self gain. This is nothing more than pandering for the Hispanic vote, well gentlemen not all Hispanics want this. In my household we have a budget and some things at times can not be. It is time we take care of our household before we seek to help the neighbors.
ronnie

Brigham City, UT

#12 Jan 28, 2013
Sarcasm wrote:
I am Hispanic and vehemently oppose immigration reform. Not all Hispanics want this, at least not the educated ones who actually work for a living, took their turn for legal status, and are part of the tax base. How will we take in the next wave and how will we support them? Did we forget that in the 80s amnesty was granted and still we have more illegal aliens in our country. When will this stop and when will the Democrats and Republicans realize that the American People are fed up? Both parties are out of touch, it is as though the parents left the home and the children are running the household. No fiscal responsibility and anything goes for the purpose of self gain. This is nothing more than pandering for the Hispanic vote, well gentlemen not all Hispanics want this. In my household we have a budget and some things at times can not be. It is time we take care of our household before we seek to help the neighbors.
Well Rubio said today on TV, he'll put people like you and dreamer's in the back of the line. So many like you want to work here, earn money but do not want to become American. But you cannot have it both way's and that's what all this crap is about. To show Washington how many really don't care to become Citizens. I don't think that many illegals will even want to jump through hoops for this and possibly leave the Country.
Sarcasm

El Paso, TX

#13 Jan 28, 2013
ronnie wrote:
<quoted text>Well Rubio said today on TV, he'll put people like you and dreamer's in the back of the line. So many like you want to work here, earn money but do not want to become American. But you cannot have it both way's and that's what all this crap is about. To show Washington how many really don't care to become Citizens. I don't think that many illegals will even want to jump through hoops for this and possibly leave the Country.
I am an American because my parents stood in line and legally worked their way through the system. This is my country, born and raised here, but I am ashamed to say that it is not what it once was. My parents did it the right way, worked for a living, improved their standard of living, put their children through college, instilled the pride of being an American, took the pledge of citizenship and never once did they seek entitlements. Such proposed legislation is both disgraceful and offensive to all of those who have met expectations, followed the laws in order to be granted legal status and ultimately citizenship. I reiterate, that not all Hispanics seek immigration reform, I am sure that I am not alone.
Sarcasm

El Paso, TX

#14 Jan 28, 2013
Enough is Enough

As we squabble to defend the Democrats or the Republicans (your party of choice) both continuously abuse their privilege to serve. They are quick to forget they are in place to serve their constituents (the ones who are here legally) and not the other way around. I for one have had enough of both.

Let there be elections by popular vote, impose term limits, do away with the electoral college and the two party system. Then and only then is the will of the people to be rightfully heard.
dwg

Everett, MA

#15 Jan 28, 2013
Sarcasm wrote:
I am Hispanic and vehemently oppose immigration reform. Not all Hispanics want this, at least not the educated ones who actually work for a living, took their turn for legal status, and are part of the tax base. How will we take in the next wave and how will we support them? Did we forget that in the 80s amnesty was granted and still we have more illegal aliens in our country. When will this stop and when will the Democrats and Republicans realize that the American People are fed up? Both parties are out of touch, it is as though the parents left the home and the children are running the household. No fiscal responsibility and anything goes for the purpose of self gain. This is nothing more than pandering for the Hispanic vote, well gentlemen not all Hispanics want this. In my household we have a budget and some things at times can not be. It is time we take care of our household before we seek to help the neighbors.
Sacasm Wrote: "....it is time we take care of our household before we seek to help the neighbors..."

DWG Wrote:

XXI CENTURY ( Amnesty 2013 )

I am in favor all undocumented people in this country (amnesty) but I wanna explain , USA do not need 12 milhon undocumented in this country:

A) to pay in-come tax,

Note: USA print money every day, milhons, and milhons

B) to be a labor productive.

Note: USA can buy whatever they wanna.

c) to go to the army.

Note: USA have NUKEs.

D) never say " they can not deport 20 milhon...... "

Note : USA " yes they can "

So, by 27 years undocumented people in this country are like white mouse in the lab,(1986-2013), check this out:

1) they had showed what happens when you PASSED AMNESTY BILL (1986 republican Regan president ) without employers enforcement ( if they contract somebody without properly documents)

Note: 1986 -- Bill gates, Apple, linux or NASA did not have many tecnology that we have today, funny :-)

2) 27 years with illegal entry by south border means a huge black market for dirt guys.

A) smuglers
B) illegal guns
C) Money wash
D) prostitution
E) slave labor
F) desistabilization on mexico governament
G) human trafic

Note: many more, to open a big hole in american economy. I forget about those guys with expire visas.

3) scapegoat by Republicans at all american elections.. Just to promote bad guys in our powerfull body ( governament )

Now is time to fix this broken system , because many people death, sofer and cry just to enrich a few, bad busyness without a lider.

Thanks
DWG (pass the bill)
dwg

Everett, MA

#16 Jan 28, 2013
Sarcasm wrote:
<quoted text>
I am an American because my parents stood in line and legally worked their way through the system. This is my country, born and raised here, but I am ashamed to say that it is not what it once was. My parents did it the right way, worked for a living, improved their standard of living, put their children through college, instilled the pride of being an American, took the pledge of citizenship and never once did they seek entitlements. Such proposed legislation is both disgraceful and offensive to all of those who have met expectations, followed the laws in order to be granted legal status and ultimately citizenship. I reiterate, that not all Hispanics seek immigration reform, I am sure that I am not alone.
You are not hispanic, one time you not embrace the cause. And you need to learn and know one thing, this country is not German.

Here we have. DEMOCACY NOT TYRRANY, that is why republicans lost last election in 2012

Thanks
DWG.( USA NOT GERMAN )
Sarcasm

El Paso, TX

#17 Jan 28, 2013
dwg wrote:
<quoted text>
You are not hispanic, one time you not embrace the cause. And you need to learn and know one thing, this country is not German.
Here we have. DEMOCACY NOT TYRRANY, that is why republicans lost last election in 2012
Thanks
DWG.( USA NOT GERMAN )
Let me start with some advice for you, get educated. Learn to express your ideas in an eloquent and structured manner that can be understood by all. I am sorry, but I have no idea what the point of your rambling is about.
dwg

Everett, MA

#18 Jan 28, 2013
Sarcasm wrote:
<quoted text>
Let me start with some advice for you, get educated. Learn to express your ideas in an eloquent and structured manner that can be understood by all. I am sorry, but I have no idea what the point of your rambling is about.
Sacasm Wrote:..." I am sorry, but I have no idea what the point of your rambling is about...."

DWG Wrote:

DWG Wrote:

XXI CENTURY ( Amnesty 2013 )

I am in favor all undocumented people in this country (amnesty) but I wanna explain , USA do not need 12 milhon undocumented in this country:

A) to pay in-come tax,

Note: USA print money every day, milhons, and milhons

B) to be a labor productive.

Note: USA can buy whatever they wanna.

c) to go to the army.

Note: USA have NUKEs.

D) never say " they can not deport 20 milhon...... "

Note : USA " yes they can "

So, by 27 years undocumented people in this country are like white mouse in the lab,(1986-2013), check this out:

1) they had showed what happens when you PASSED AMNESTY BILL (1986 republican Regan president ) without employers enforcement ( if they contract somebody without properly documents)

Note: 1986 -- Bill gates, Apple, linux or NASA did not have many tecnology that we have today, funny :-)

2) 27 years with illegal entry by south border means a huge black market for dirt guys.

A) smuglers
B) illegal guns
C) Money wash
D) prostitution
E) slave labor
F) desistabilization on mexico governament
G) human trafic

Note: many more, to open a big hole in american economy. I forget about those guys with expire visas.

3) scapegoat by Republicans at all american elections.. Just to promote bad guys in our powerfull body ( governament )

Now is time to fix this broken system , because many people death, sofer and cry just to enrich a few, bad busyness without a lider.

Thanks
DWG (pass the bill)

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