The New York Times Stands With Rand -...

The New York Times Stands With Rand -- On Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants, Anyway

There are 4 comments on the mrc.org story from Mar 20, 2013, titled The New York Times Stands With Rand -- On Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants, Anyway. In it, mrc.org reports that:

The New York Times stands with Rand - on a pro-Democratic issue, at least. Times reporters snidely dismissed Kentucky Republican Sen.

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Since: Aug 11

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#1 Mar 20, 2013
most libs do stand by each other while trying to attack the citizens of the USA.

all know this will not help citizens,so by doing so they know it will hurt citizens. oh well traitors are everywhere now days,too bad justice is never served anymore.

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#2 Mar 20, 2013
"But Mr. Paulís comments provided strong new evidence that the rising generation of conservative leaders is turning against the Republican argument that those who enter the country illegally should be denied the chance to become permanent residents."

If this is true then the bill shouldn't have any problem passing the House. I'am a betting man and i'am betting on the House killing this amnesty. Americans don't want it, our economy does not need it.

Since: Sep 07

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#3 Mar 21, 2013
there is no logic to allowing an open amnesty which would grant citizenship to an unknown number of illegals.

this number of 12 million illegals that the pro-illegals have been pushing since the year 2000 is pure bullshit.

according to the border patrol, the numbers are more like 50-70 million. and could end up more because of last minute applications if another amnesty is approved.

it would not be an amnesty. it would be an invasion.

no logic to allowing it.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

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#4 Mar 21, 2013
Who cares what they stand for? Amnesty is not the answer. Rand is changing his stance because he is planning a run for the roses, or in today's case, the dandelions. That's all this country has is weeds growing all over the place, and it seems they are all going to seed.

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