Goodlatte not sold on Senate immigrat...

Goodlatte not sold on Senate immigration plan

There are 43 comments on the The Northwestern in Oshkosh story from Feb 4, 2013, titled Goodlatte not sold on Senate immigration plan. In it, The Northwestern in Oshkosh reports that:

House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., has seen immigration proposals by President Obama and a bipartisan group of senators that include a pathway to citizenship for the country's 11 million illegal immigrants, and he has a simple response: Not so fast.

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Since: Aug 11

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#1 Feb 5, 2013
there can be alot of nice things to add in before any talks of citizenship or even green cards. how about giving illegal aliens the option to turn other illegal aliens in? play them against each other to show faith that they could become law obeying people for starters.

do back ground checks like a gun background check on citizen, or better check them as though they are trying to work for the cia or fbi.

not so much as a ticket or baby momma never asked for a handout from welfare and paid for the birth of all kids they had.anything else shows they will not contribute only bet.
Marj41

Inglewood, CA

#2 Feb 6, 2013
A pathway to citizenship sounds good,or work permits to green cards. Let's go Obama, we have to have to fix this economic crisis.Go Obama!
Juan

Pearland, TX

#3 Feb 6, 2013
No matter what they decide there should be a pathway to citizenship, especially for those of us who came here as infants.
ronnie

Salt Lake City, UT

#4 Feb 6, 2013
In Utah two day's ago on the new's. The guy that supposedly represent's illegals in Salt Lake City help a town hall meeting with several illegal Mexican's. They yelled at him and told him he didn't represent what they want. They mentioned they do not want to gain citizenship but merely want work permit's and the ability to go back and forth between U.S. and their homeland without fear of deportation. Tony Yapius, their spokesman, was embarrassed and surprised. I've always thought, that's the real problem. Few want citizenship. They only want the perks and right's of American Citizenship without the responsibility. And the debate in Washington will hopefully open the eyes of the lawmaker's. Few applied for DACA. That should tell them something. They should be deported if they don't want to come clean and live like all Americans do.And now Pew Hispanic has verified this to be true.

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#5 Feb 7, 2013
Juan wrote:
No matter what they decide there should be a pathway to citizenship, especially for those of us who came here as infants.
jaun,deporting even those who came as infants would be a great teaching tool to show those kids what their parents did to American citizens.

remember if an illegal alien has a job he stole it,if he is in a seat at school he caused over crowding.
Juan

Pearland, TX

#6 Feb 7, 2013
I feel I contribute to the overall betterment of the U. S. I help keep the price of new homes low for everyone to buy.

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#7 Feb 7, 2013
Juan wrote:
I feel I contribute to the overall betterment of the U. S. I help keep the price of new homes low for everyone to buy.
sure didn't help in ca by using cheap labor,house prices sky rocketed yet the price of labor when down.
ronnie

American Fork, UT

#8 Feb 7, 2013
tomin cali wrote:
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sure didn't help in ca by using cheap labor,house prices sky rocketed yet the price of labor when down.
And in Nevada so many cheaply constructed homes have literally been bull dozed down because the construction was so shotty and the people they thought would buy them, turned out to be illegals and other Nationalities that couldn't even qualify. We need licensed contractor's and builder's to keep our standard of living Valuable.
WhoKnows

Royal Oak, MI

#9 Feb 7, 2013
Juan wrote:
I feel I contribute to the overall betterment of the U. S. I help keep the price of new homes low for everyone to buy.
That can not be a fact before the invasion of your people the avg cost of a home was about 140K now that same house is 300K thats in the last 12 years+/-, and you won't find too many honest Americans that would suggest that you better the country, absolutely not.
Juan

Pearland, TX

#10 Feb 8, 2013
WhoKnows wrote:
<quoted text>That can not be a fact before the invasion of your people the avg cost of a home was about 140K now that same house is 300K thats in the last 12 years+/-, and you won't find too many honest Americans that would suggest that you better the country, absolutely not.
Don't forget to add for inflation........and the increased cost of materials.
nope to juan the dope

Dallas, TX

#11 Feb 8, 2013
Juan wrote:
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Don't forget to add for inflation........and the increased cost of materials.
STFU juanita and crawl back under your scummy rock. An economist you aren't. About the most you know is how to haul the wire from the truck and into the shell of a house where you also help to sweep up after the real electricians get done working.
Archie

Payson, AZ

#12 Feb 8, 2013
If the GOP votes or supports anything now on the
table they have no purpose. They are selling America's future.
Juan

Pearland, TX

#13 Feb 9, 2013
nope to juan the dope wrote:
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STFU juanita and crawl back under your scummy rock. An economist you aren't. About the most you know is how to haul the wire from the truck and into the shell of a house where you also help to sweep up after the real electricians get done working.
Sorry Genious, I've been an electrician for over 15 years. I will return to work Monday after breaking my hip.
nope to dopde

Houston, TX

#14 Feb 10, 2013
Juan wrote:
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Sorry Genious, I've been an electrician for over 15 years. I will return to work Monday after breaking my hip.
It's very apparent that you aren't a "genius" but I'm sure whomever you're responding to appreciates the compliment. Like we believe anything you say. SSDD eh juanita? Electrician who still has his worked checked by his boss? Don't make me laugh, I'm just getting over a hernia operation.
Whatever

Saint Louis, MO

#15 Feb 10, 2013
Juan wrote:
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Sorry Genious, I've been an electrician for over 15 years. I will return to work Monday after breaking my hip.
Fall out of your F150?

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#16 Feb 10, 2013
Juan wrote:
No matter what they decide there should be a pathway to citizenship, especially for those of us who came here as infants.


There is one. Return to your country before the age of 18 and a half and apply for a visa.

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#17 Feb 10, 2013
Juan wrote:
I feel I contribute to the overall betterment of the U. S. I help keep the price of new homes low for everyone to buy.
How about returning to your country and let a American have that job so he can buy himself a house.

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#18 Feb 10, 2013
spytheweb wrote:
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How about returning to your country and let a American have that job so he can buy himself a house.
What I want to know (if this really did happen) who paid the medical bill? I'd guarantee his boss as a "sub-contractor" doesn't carry medical insurance for his hourly hires.

I know the answer just a rhetorical question...the taxpayers of course.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

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#19 Feb 10, 2013
Juan wrote:
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Sorry Genious, I've been an electrician for over 15 years. I will return to work Monday after breaking my hip.
Questioon: how did did physical therapy go for you? Who paid for it? Don't try to act like you didn't need it.

http://www.hqbk.com/blog/2011/01/physical-the...

Lie your way out of this one.
nope to dope

Houston, TX

#20 Feb 10, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Questioon: how did did physical therapy go for you? Who paid for it? Don't try to act like you didn't need it.
http://www.hqbk.com/blog/2011/01/physical-the...
Lie your way out of this one.
I wonder did Geraldo, being the nice guy he is, come pick him up and take him to PT since he wouldn't be able to drive or did his dumpster diver girlfriend take off work to take him (who is most likely on tips/minimum wages and not a salaried position - in other words no workie workie no get paid like him)? So juanita explain to us all about the kind of exercises you had to go through...we're waiting with baited breath...well not really we simply just don't care about your supposed story of whoa.

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