They survey wasn't about "amnesty" it was about "a pathway to citizenship". Of course the mere question implied that there was no pathway which is a deception. There are pathways for citizenship but they refuse to take them,. Yes there are even pathways for illegals already.I read an article that said a majority of Americans approve of amnesty for the 12-20 million illegal aliens.
My question is why would Americans want to increase the voting block of Hispanic voters by 12-20 Million?
And why would anyone want to grant amnesty to 12-20 Million illegal aliens that ignored our immigration laws?
It cheapens our American Citizenship and is a slap in the face to the immigrants in other countries waiting to enter here the legal way!
Immigrant group balks at Obama reform wording
By Liz Goodwin, Yahoo! News |
An advocacy group for young immigrants expressed concern Wednesday after President Barack Obama, at his first press conference in months, said he would support "a pathway for legal status" for those living in the country illegally.
That Obama used the phrase "legal status" instead of "citizenship" raised alarm bells for some deep in the weeds of immigration advocacy, since some more conservative immigration reformers think the estimated 11 million people living in the country illegally should be given legal status but not the opportunity to become citizens.
"He looked like he sidestepped around saying 'citizenship,'" said Marisol Valero, spokeswoman for United We Dream, a group that represents young people who were brought to the country illegally as children and want the opportunity to become citizens. "We are worried that the president and other leaders will not be supporting a path to citizenship for everyone."
See "adjusting status"
The survey is slanted.