Ruben Navarrette: Democrats not what they seem on immigration reform
There are 2 comments on the The San Diego Union-Tribune story from Nov 24, 2012, titled Ruben Navarrette: Democrats not what they seem on immigration reform. In it, The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that:
After Latino voters helped re-elect President Obama - delivering the battleground states of Nevada and Colorado, and contributing to the victories in Florida and Virginia - a consensus quickly emerged among pundits and political observers that the quid pro quo would include comprehensive immigration reform.
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#1 Nov 26, 2012
Ruben Navarrette hurts any cause he pushes by associating himself with the side he supports.
#2 Nov 26, 2012
obamnesty isn't feasible.!5 million Latino poor on the U.S. dime. Impossible. We might be revenue neutral or close, but legalize and it the end. Dem's know this.
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