Parties Still Divided on Illegal Immigration

Nov 18, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Drudge Retort

With President Barack Obama winning re-election with the overwhelming support of the Latino community and Republicans trying to determine why they fared so poorly among a bloc they see as a natural constituency, leaders of both parties say they are ready to take up comprehensive immigration reform.

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seems to me only traitors are in support of illegal aliens. those with no values or sense of right and wrong legal or illegal. they are easy to spot by calling illegal aliens immigrants and other p/c crap.

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Why is our government so stupid. The 1986 amnesty didn't fix anything and any amnesty now won't either. Down the road you will have more trouble than you can imagine.

In 26 years we will have 50 million more illegal aliens here.

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Common sense does not seem to be a staple of either party.

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