To begin with higgins I don't see immigration reform that legalizes immigrants as harming our Country. The facts show it would actually help so you are all wrong about what you say.<quoted text>
are you saying with this post that you support pols doing 'things' that 'help' their party over helping, say, their Country?
the second question would then be: so, you think the Dem pols, by supporting 'reform' ARE helping THEIR party? and, if the Country suffers or not, ah, well????
15 million illegals, like 15-25 million gays, like 20-30 entitlement class citizens, like 25 million SS receivers... do NOT constitute a MAJORITY like, say, 100 million working & tax-paying citizens and their families.
if the pols/FG would take care of the PAYERS first, the others would be pretty much moot.
pretty soon, the pols/FG is gonna make the working & tax-paying citizens a MINORITY, too.
then, will they get the attention they DESERVE?
some people have their priorities backasswards, IMO.
you are one of them...
I believe that the Republican party should do what the majority want them to do.
"Whit Ayres is a respected veteran Republican pollster who has done extensive research and polling on immigration reform and what GOP primary voters really think of it. He tells me in an interview that much of the conventional wisdom is wrong: Republican voters do support immigration reform — including a path to citizenship — albeit with the proper conditions attached. Indeed they want to see something done."
What has happened with the Republican party is that they are stuck on stupid. They have done everything possible to stop any legislation that would help this Country because of it. Unless they wise up soon I see more years of Democrats running things and I would like to see my party get back in and working for the citizens of this Country.