Public phase of immigration debate se...

Public phase of immigration debate set to begin as Senate negotiators finalize deal

There are 81 comments on the The Washington Post story from Apr 8, 2013, titled Public phase of immigration debate set to begin as Senate negotiators finalize deal. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

In this photo provided by CBS News, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., appears, Sunday, April 7, 2013, on CBS' "Face the Nation" in Washington.

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nym8387

Lawrence, MA

#64 Apr 14, 2013
WeTheSheeple wrote:
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We're all counting on your fellow racists to do just that and kill this bill.
Then RU-B-O or Twig or Rectorum can run in 2016 on that most popular "self deportation" plan again!
Again,how is that racist? the self deportation plan will win many votes,just like it did with Romney. All the Republican candidate has to do is take a softer stance on other more important issues and the white house will be his.
Cat74

United States

#65 Apr 14, 2013
The new bill, if it passes, cuts off all the freebies for illegal aliens until they become citizens. That is supposed to take 10 years. In that time they are to pay back taxes, learn English, and stay out of criminal activity. Do you really believe Dems will take away their freebies? They did not come here to become citizens, they came for the freebies!! Rubio is crazy if he thinks the Republican rank, and file will buy that crap.

“Headed toward the cliff”

Since: Nov 07

Tawas City, Michigan

#66 Apr 15, 2013
nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text> Again,how is that racist? the self deportation plan will win many votes,just like it did with Romney. All the Republican candidate has to do is take a softer stance on other more important issues and the white house will be his.
Yeah, because that worked out so well from Romney.....

If anything, I expect the GOPasaurs to go even MORE nutso on social issues-

Rape is god's will.......
Cat74

United States

#67 Apr 15, 2013
I would rather the Republicans never win another election then to lower themselves to the level the Democrats find themselves today. They are the scum of the earth, and deserve to be reviled. killing 70 fully developed babies was the last straw.

“Peace”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#68 Apr 15, 2013
nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>Romney didnt lose support from other groups because of his stance on illegal aliens in this country.nice try,lmao
He lost enough to lose the election...you might want to just give it up. lmao

“Peace”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#69 Apr 15, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
The new bill, if it passes, cuts off all the freebies for illegal aliens until they become citizens. That is supposed to take 10 years. In that time they are to pay back taxes, learn English, and stay out of criminal activity. Do you really believe Dems will take away their freebies? They did not come here to become citizens, they came for the freebies!! Rubio is crazy if he thinks the Republican rank, and file will buy that crap.
They don't get any of the freebies already. That wouldn't stop illegals from getting their legal papers which is what they want to do.
If the Republicans don't work out a deal on immigration that is equitable they won't have to worry about many more bills and we will just have to live with the Democrats. The Republican party has to get rid of their radicals within the party as well. Moderation in all things. Extremism is and always has been a bad thing.

“Peace”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#70 Apr 15, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
I would rather the Republicans never win another election then to lower themselves to the level the Democrats find themselves today. They are the scum of the earth, and deserve to be reviled. killing 70 fully developed babies was the last straw.
That could happen.
Now what are you talking about with the 70 babies being killed?
Please keep in mind that I'm not caught up yet on all the posts here.

“Peace”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#71 Apr 15, 2013
nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text> Again,how is that racist? the self deportation plan will win many votes,just like it did with Romney. All the Republican candidate has to do is take a softer stance on other more important issues and the white house will be his.
LMAO How in the world can you even type that? Remember he lost the election. The immigration plan that won the votes was to provide a legal means for those here undocumented to get their legal papers.

“Peace”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#72 Apr 15, 2013
WeTheSheeple wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually I personally know of at 4 people who decided not to vote for Romney because of his "self deportation" stance; and they're white longtime republicans.
Make that 5 people. I'm white non-hispanic very long time Republican.

“Peace”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#73 Apr 15, 2013
spud wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not a sophisticated computer user and I have no idea how to post links. I'm sorry. If you're truly interested, just google illegal aliens voting and you will find this and many more examples. Common sense should also tell you this is happening.
Spud I'm not all that knowledgable on computers either but let me provide you with some simple advice on how to do this. It tends to back up what you are saying are the facts.
Like you said google or bing the information. When you are on the link you want to point out then right click on the very top left address. You will get a list of things you can do. Click on copy. Then simply come back to your reply and right click the list will show up again....click paste. The link will be posted on the reply you are writing.
You can also highlight information .... copy it the same way and bring it to your reply and paste it.
Try it a few times you'll get it in no time at all.
Cat74

United States

#74 Apr 15, 2013
Maybe we will just let it slide until the Republicans have the 3 branches of government, and open the borders to Europeans. Only the white ones.

“Peace”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#75 Apr 15, 2013
WeTheSheeple wrote:
<quoted text>
We're all counting on your fellow racists to do just that and kill this bill.
Then RU-B-O or Twig or Rectorum can run in 2016 on that most popular "self deportation" plan again!
I doubt that will happen anytime soon.

"A new blockbuster survey by the noted Republican survey research firm McLaughlin and Associates reveals a stunning reversal of opinion by Republican voters on the issue of immigration reform. Where once there was hardened opposition to such legislation, a national sample of 500 self-described likely Republican voters shows broad support now emerging for the measure.

Asked about an immigration reform proposal that would “grant illegal immigrants legal status and a green card and then, after a wait of several years, they could apply for citizenship if they pay back taxes, pay a fine, learn English and have no criminal record,” Republicans were supportive 66 percent to 30 percent. The proposal got 30 percent strong support, while 36 percent somewhat supported it, 10 percent somewhat opposed it and 20 percent strongly opposed the measure.

Republican support for immigration reform swelled to 75 percent when pollsters homed in on the specifics of the legislation sponsored by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla

http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/morris-latino...
spud

Weatherly, PA

#76 Apr 21, 2013
_White American_ wrote:
<quoted text>Spud I'm not all that knowledgable on computers either but let me provide you with some simple advice on how to do this. It tends to back up what you are saying are the facts.
Like you said google or bing the information. When you are on the link you want to point out then right click on the very top left address. You will get a list of things you can do. Click on copy. Then simply come back to your reply and right click the list will show up again....click paste. The link will be posted on the reply you are writing.
You can also highlight information .... copy it the same way and bring it to your reply and paste it.
Try it a few times you'll get it in no time at all.
Thank you. I just got back from vacation so I'll br trying that soon. Thanx again.
nym8387

Lawrence, MA

#77 Apr 21, 2013
WeTheSheeple wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, because that worked out so well from Romney.....
If anything, I expect the GOPasaurs to go even MORE nutso on social issues-
Rape is god's will.......
Romney was just too tough on everything and that's what caused him to barely lose.
nym8387

Lawrence, MA

#78 Apr 21, 2013
_White American_ wrote:
<quoted text>He lost enough to lose the election...you might want to just give it up. lmao
I gave that up the moment the results came out.I think you need to give up the idea that he lost just or mainly because of his stance on illegal aliens. Americans wont be as divided in the next election as they were in this last one,making the racists reconquista vote irrelevant.
nym8387

Lawrence, MA

#79 Apr 21, 2013
_White American_ wrote:
<quoted text>LMAO How in the world can you even type that? Remember he lost the election. The immigration plan that won the votes was to provide a legal means for those here undocumented to get their legal papers.
Americans were divided on many issues that had nothing to do with amnesty. Are you saying Obama won because everyone who voted for him had illegal aliens in mind?lmao
Cat74

United States

#80 Apr 21, 2013
A sample of 500 people means they sampled until they got the results they wanted, and quit. To really get results you need at least 1,000 respondents. I know more Republicans in this county then they have in all of Cook, and they want the authorities to follow the law. Make a law that says open the borders to the world's scum, and then we might abide by it.
conservative crapola

Bethlehem, PA

#81 Apr 21, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
A sample of 500 people means they sampled until they got the results they wanted, and quit. To really get results you need at least 1,000 respondents. I know more Republicans in this county then they have in all of Cook, and they want the authorities to follow the law. Make a law that says open the borders to the world's scum, and then we might abide by it.
The same method that predicted a rugby Presidency?

hahahahahahahahahahaha
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#82 Apr 21, 2013
nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text> Romney was just too tough on everything and that's what caused him to barely lose.
While Romney is undoubtedly more qualified to be president than Obama (which is not saying much) he was not the right candidate to run against Obama. The presidential elections in this country have turned in to a popularity contest and face it, Romney does not have the “celebrity personality” that Obama does. Add to that the promises of more government giveaways, the blind media support and the fact that by playing on his racial background Obama was able to bring out people who historically do not vote, he is a tough candidate to beat in what has become a popularity contest. We are currently in the 5th year of this recession and maybe after another 3 years people will be ready for a "change". Whether the Republican Party is willing to run a candidate that truly cares about this country or its people is another story. Most likely they will take the lead of the Democrats and look for a "personality" rather than a president.
Cat74

United States

#83 Apr 21, 2013
The abortion Dr being tried for murder in Pennsylvania is accused of murdring 7 babies, post birth. A worker in that filthy clinic has testified she saw him kill at least 70. The idea was to dispose of the infant no matter what. That is what the pregnant woman was paying for. I can't imagine what kind of creature could see a baby laying on the table screaming for it's life, and killing it.There must be a special place in hel for people like him. Does that answer your question?

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