Obama: Time for excuses on immigratio...

Obama: Time for excuses on immigration is over

There are 17 comments on the The Wichita Eagle story from Jun 22, 2013, titled Obama: Time for excuses on immigration is over. In it, The Wichita Eagle reports that:

AP10ThingsToSee - Daniel Zambrano, of Tijuana, Mexico, holds one of the bars that make up the border wall separating the U.S. and Mexico where the border meets the Pacific Ocean, Thursday, June 13, 2013 in San Diego.

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Nomo Manuel

Mariposa, CA

#1 Jun 22, 2013
Let's Take Our Country Back Now! Support Passage of Legislation to Confiscate All Goods, Real Estate and Monies belonging to illegals.

Contact you representatives to pass legislation that gives illegals a specific amount of time (90 days) to settle their affairs and self-deport or have all monies, personal goods and real estate confiscated prior to their forced deportation.(This is exactly what Mexico and other nations would do to us if we invaded their territories.)

This idea is catching on like wildfire. Contact your representative now and DEMAND passage of this legislation.
well

Amherstburg, Canada

#2 Jun 22, 2013
Me: Time for excuses on economy is over.
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#3 Jun 22, 2013
Nomo Manuel wrote:
Let's Take Our Country Back Now! Support Passage of Legislation to Confiscate All Goods, Real Estate and Monies belonging to illegals.
Contact you representatives to pass legislation that gives illegals a specific amount of time (90 days) to settle their affairs and self-deport or have all monies, personal goods and real estate confiscated prior to their forced deportation.(This is exactly what Mexico and other nations would do to us if we invaded their territories.)
This idea is catching on like wildfire. Contact your representative now and DEMAND passage of this legislation.


You may have to wait forever for a TEA/GOP collation control of the White House to sign that into law by that time you will be looking at a new reality of the political landscape as the white House chances for that collation fades away before your very eyes.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#4 Jun 22, 2013
Once again the Tea Party republican's in the House disregarded advice of John Boehner and halted the bi-partisan, Immigration Bill.....Think they could get their approval rating below 5%?......

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#5 Jun 22, 2013
Stopping amnesty is a good thing for America and it's citizens. I approve!
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#6 Jun 22, 2013
spytheweb wrote:
Stopping amnesty is a good thing for America and it's citizens. I approve!
Stopping a pathway to citizenship, amnesty or what ever you want to call it is practically impossible and delaying it is even worst, just take another hard look at the reality of this situation and the repercussion that can derive out of it by choosing a radical solution. you don't want to start with the impossible to once again find out it is not the way forward.

“"One for the claws"”

Since: Jul 10

Sin City,U.S.A.

#7 Jun 23, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
Stopping a pathway to citizenship, amnesty or what ever you want to call it is practically impossible and delaying it is even worst, just take another hard look at the reality of this situation and the repercussion that can derive out of it by choosing a radical solution. you don't want to start with the impossible to once again find out it is not the way forward.
Since your name is Reality Check,lets give you a few.
First off its not 11 million illegals. The use of that number can be traced back to 1997. That is 16 years ago. At one time illegals were entering this country at the rate of 700,000+ a year. Even if some were deported,the number would have still increased. In addition, each person legalized would be able to bring in 3-4-5 family members each through chain migration. Also known as family reunification. That is an additional 40 -80+ million people. Also included in this disaster of a bill are an increased number of h2a visas for agriculture. Hundreds of thousands more people brought in to replace the illegals who will not want to work in that field anymore. Plus even more worker visas for the hi-tech,construction and service industry. Millions upon millions of people competing for the jobs available. This will lead to the depressing of the prevailing wages. Any American wanting to work is going to have to do it for crap wages. I thought you have stated Republicans were for cheap labor and here we have the Democrats doing exactly that. This country is going to become just like what many of countries the illegals came from are. If they were smart ,they might just want to head back real quick. It could get real ugly very soon.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#8 Jun 23, 2013
It's time to stop all the excuses and lies about Benghazi, Fast & Furious, the IRS targeting BO's enemies, Holder's pergury, the Justice Dept, going after AP reporters and Rosen from Fox, Sebelius soliciting donations from companies HHS might regulate and of course,the NSA monitoring. Come clean instead of pretending to know niothing about any of these things. Small children can come up with better excuses than you and your Chicago-style crew have spewed here of late. This country is slipping faster than it has under other incompetent presidents...and we have had quite a few of them from both sides of the aisle. The blame for this lies solely on those who elected these boobs. We all are guilty of making mistakes regarding our choices. At least we can admit when we are wrong, but will Obama ever own up to his mistakes??? No, he'll blame somebody else ir just make the usual excuse of not knowing about it.
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#9 Jun 23, 2013
The Sin City Cat wrote:
<quoted text>Since your name is Reality Check,lets give you a few.
First off its not 11 million illegals. The use of that number can be traced back to 1997. That is 16 years ago. At one time illegals were entering this country at the rate of 700,000+ a year. Even if some were deported,the number would have still increased. In addition, each person legalized would be able to bring in 3-4-5 family members each through chain migration. Also known as family reunification. That is an additional 40 -80+ million people. Also included in this disaster of a bill are an increased number of h2a visas for agriculture. Hundreds of thousands more people brought in to replace the illegals who will not want to work in that field anymore. Plus even more worker visas for the hi-tech,construction and service industry. Millions upon millions of people competing for the jobs available. This will lead to the depressing of the prevailing wages. Any American wanting to work is going to have to do it for crap wages. I thought you have stated Republicans were for cheap labor and here we have the Democrats doing exactly that. This country is going to become just like what many of countries the illegals came from are. If they were smart ,they might just want to head back real quick. It could get real ugly very soon.

There are places in society today better than before to accommodate the good the bad and the ugly.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#10 Jun 23, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
It's time to stop all the excuses and lies about Benghazi, Fast & Furious, the IRS targeting BO's enemies, Holder's pergury, the Justice Dept, going after AP reporters and Rosen from Fox, Sebelius soliciting donations from companies HHS might regulate and of course,the NSA monitoring. Come clean instead of pretending to know niothing about any of these things. Small children can come up with better excuses than you and your Chicago-style crew have spewed here of late. This country is slipping faster than it has under other incompetent presidents...and we have had quite a few of them from both sides of the aisle. The blame for this lies solely on those who elected these boobs. We all are guilty of making mistakes regarding our choices. At least we can admit when we are wrong, but will Obama ever own up to his mistakes??? No, he'll blame somebody else ir just make the usual excuse of not knowing about it.
s/b: perjury

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#11 Jun 23, 2013
the time for looking the other way on crime is gone it is time to stand up and support the USA and her citizens by using the laws we have right now which makes it a federal felony to help illegal aliens stay in the country. lock up those bosses take cars and property,fine the heck out of them.

snatch up those local gov officials who are the heads of sanctuary cities like the law allows.
Brenda besson

United States

#12 Jun 23, 2013
Nomo Manuel wrote:
Let's Take Our Country Back Now! Support Passage of Legislation to Confiscate All Goods, Real Estate and Monies belonging to illegals.
Contact you representatives to pass legislation that gives illegals a specific amount of time (90 days) to settle their affairs and self-deport or have all monies, personal goods and real estate confiscated prior to their forced deportation.(This is exactly what Mexico and other nations would do to us if we invaded their territories.) Pp
This idea is catching on like wildfire. Contact your representative now and DEMAND passage of this legislation.
will do!
Brenda besson

United States

#13 Jun 23, 2013
The Sin City Cat wrote:
<quoted text>Since your name is Reality Check,lets give you a few.
First off its not 11 million illegals. The use of that number can be traced back to 1997. That is 16 years ago. At one time illegals were entering this country at the rate of 700,000+ a year. Even if some were deported,the number would have still increased. In addition, each person legalized would be able to bring in 3-4-5 family members each through chain migration. Also known as family reunification. That is an additional 40 -80+ million people. Also included in this disaster of a bill are an increased number of h2a visas for agriculture. Hundreds of thousands more people brought in to replace the illegals who will not want to work in that field anymore. Plus even more worker visas for the hi-tech,construction and service industry. Millions upon millions of people competing for the jobs available. This will lead to the depressing of the prevailing wages. Any American wanting to work is going to have to do it for crap wages. I thought you have stated Republicans were for cheap labor and here we have the Democrats doing exactly that. This country is going to become just like what many of countries the illegals came from are. If they were smart ,they might just want to head back real quick. It could get real ugly very soon.
right on! Thats what would happen.
Brenda besson

United States

#15 Jun 24, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
Stopping a pathway to citizenship, amnesty or what ever you want to call it is practically impossible and delaying it is even worst, just take another hard look at the reality of this situation and the repercussion that can derive out of it by choosing a radical solution. you don't want to start with the impossible to once again find out it is not the way forward.
oh stopping this is the way foward trust me and it will be stopped trust me.oh and it can be done.
Cat74

United States

#16 Jun 24, 2013
Stopping the amnesty bill will be easy. It won't see daylight in the House of Representatives. That is why we have 3 branches of Government, so if they make a big mistake in the Senate the Congressmen can fix it in the House. Schumer says if Amnesty doesn't pass the illegals will march. No one gives a rat's ass if they march, or not. Let them march, hopefully it will be 99 degrees, and they will pass out from the heat.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#17 Jun 25, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Stopping the amnesty bill will be easy. It won't see daylight in the House of Representatives. That is why we have 3 branches of Government, so if they make a big mistake in the Senate the Congressmen can fix it in the House. Schumer says if Amnesty doesn't pass the illegals will march. No one gives a rat's ass if they march, or not. Let them march, hopefully it will be 99 degrees, and they will pass out from the heat.
Have you ever noticed just how much they march? If they were so hard at work, they wouldn't have so much time on their hands to march.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#18 Jun 25, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Stopping the amnesty bill will be easy. It won't see daylight in the House of Representatives. That is why we have 3 branches of Government, so if they make a big mistake in the Senate the Congressmen can fix it in the House. Schumer says if Amnesty doesn't pass the illegals will march. No one gives a rat's ass if they march, or not. Let them march, hopefully it will be 99 degrees, and they will pass out from the heat.
The proble with that is they will be rushed to an ER, and probably will skip out on the bill.

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