Immigration bill advances in Senate

Immigration bill advances in Senate

There are 37 comments on the SFGate story from Jun 11, 2013, titled Immigration bill advances in Senate. In it, SFGate reports that:

The Senate voted Tuesday to advance a landmark immigration bill, clearing away the first procedural hurdle in front of legislation opening the door to citizenship for millions.

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Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#1 Jun 11, 2013
One thing should be made clear is that immigration reform is not a Democrat or Republican issue this is an American problem and at this point much has been heard from a broad cross section of this entire country and the indications are that more Americans are in favor of a good bill that would address the peoples concern and a clear legal pathway to citizenship for the 11 millions living here illegally.At point every one in favor of this process including career politicians should be vigilant and not to allow those with egotistic political ambition to derail this process that should finally churn out a good bill which the President can sign.
Chi Chi

Lithonia, GA

#2 Jun 11, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
One thing should be made clear is that immigration reform is not a Democrat or Republican issue this is an American problem and at this point much has been heard from a broad cross section of this entire country and the indications are that more Americans are in favor of a good bill that would address the peoples concern and a clear legal pathway to citizenship for the 11 millions living here illegally.At point every one in favor of this process including career politicians should be vigilant and not to allow those with egotistic political ambition to derail this process that should finally churn out a good bill which the President can sign.
Real talk, you took all the words out of my mouth
river

United States

#3 Jun 11, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
One thing should be made clear is that immigration reform is not a Democrat or Republican issue this is an American problem and at this point much has been heard from a broad cross section of this entire country and the indications are that more Americans are in favor of a good bill that would address the peoples concern and a clear legal pathway to citizenship for the 11 millions living here illegally.At point every one in favor of this process including career politicians should be vigilant and not to allow those with. egotistic political ambition to derail this process that. should finally churn out a good bill which the President. can sign.
man you should be in politics that's a good speach and you are right they should start working and fix this problem
Brenda besson

United States

#4 Jun 11, 2013
Why should we have to fix 11million ppl that came here with no right to do so.were having our own problems with jobs,and economy.we should worry about america,before we worry about other countrys.and why do we want 11million ppl who will then try to bring 11family members here really think about it!!!
Mexican pride

Lodi, CA

#5 Jun 11, 2013
Soon compadre!!!!
NYM8387

Lawrence, MA

#6 Jun 11, 2013
Mexican pride wrote:
Soon compadre!!!!
soon the house will crush.
NYM8387

Lawrence, MA

#7 Jun 11, 2013
Brenda besson wrote:
Why should we have to fix 11million ppl that came here with no right to do so.were having our own problems with jobs,and economy.we should worry about america,before we worry about other countrys.and why do we want 11million ppl who will then try to bring 11family members here really think about it!!!
This is how Obama will save face with the gullible anchors who voted for him. Only a complete fool would think this has a chance of passing in the house,it might not even clear the sentence
NYM8387

Lawrence, MA

#8 Jun 11, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
One thing should be made clear is that immigration reform is not a Democrat or Republican issue this is an American problem and at this point much has been heard from a broad cross section of this entire country and the indications are that more Americans are in favor of a good bill that would address the peoples concern and a clear legal pathway to citizenship for the 11 millions living here illegally.At point every one in favor of this process including career politicians should be vigilant and not to allow those with egotistic political ambition to derail this process that should finally churn out a good bill which the President can sign.
polls conducted by la rata are not indications of how the majority of the country feels,which is the complete opposite. Nothing about that Bill will benefit Americans,nothing at all.The Bill is all about legalization and a promise to fix the problem later.that Bill will fail and they will continue to linger here illegally until the American people get a president with some [email protected]

Since: Jan 13

San Francisco, CA

#9 Jun 11, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
One thing should be made clear is that immigration reform is not a Democrat or Republican issue this is an American problem and at this point much has been heard from a broad cross section of this entire country and the indications are that more Americans are in favor of a good bill that would address the peoples concern and a clear legal pathway to citizenship for the 11 millions living here illegally.At point every one in favor of this process including career politicians should be vigilant and not to allow those with egotistic political ambition to derail this process that should finally churn out a good bill which the President can sign.
Well said :)
Brenda besson

United States

#10 Jun 11, 2013
Ok ny whatever ur number is I say you are right.this country neefs a prez with balls he is coming coz obama cant run again thank god.i dont think this will pass the house either.didnt work last time either.but our friend compadre thinks it will.
Brenda besson

United States

#11 Jun 11, 2013
NYM8387 wrote:
<quoted text>This is how Obama will save face with the gullible anchors who voted for him. Only a complete fool would think this has a chance of passing in the house,it might not even clear the sentence
u are correct on what u are saying allllll of it 100%if this should pass america would be a sorry place to live.but I also say it wont happen,like the last reform and dream act
Brenda besson

United States

#12 Jun 11, 2013
Mexican pride wrote:
Soon compadre!!!!
I dont think so copadre !!!!7
dreamer

Marietta, GA

#14 Jun 11, 2013
I just want to have a better life as an American. Please close the border so I can have a better life and live my Dreams!
Mexican pride

Lodi, CA

#16 Jun 12, 2013
Brenda besson wrote:
<quoted text> I dont think so copadre !!!!7
Brenda! Keep you're comments to you're self that's not nice!
Mexican pride

Lodi, CA

#17 Jun 12, 2013
NYM8387 wrote:
<quoted text> soon the house will crush.
my fellow Mexicans forward we move!
Brenda besson

United States

#18 Jun 12, 2013
Mexican pride wrote:
<quoted text> Brenda! Keep you're comments to you're self that's not nice!
stop we are all entitled to speak our mind.no one is telling u not to comment.com padre!!!just my opinion
Brenda besson

United States

#19 Jun 12, 2013
Mexican pride wrote:
<quoted text> my fellwow Mexicans forward we move!
why do u feel u should be allowed to move foward?why do u feel this country owes u anything?why do u get mad if other ppl dont agree with u.why dont u want to be in mexico.why are u saying things that u dont know ,what the out come will be,but u should really speak english.if you want to be american (dont u think)u should also humble yourself.
Brenda besson

United States

#20 Jun 12, 2013
Mexican pride wrote:
<quoted text> my fellow Mexicans forward we move!
oh and just so u know I come from immagrant parents who came here,the right way didnt look for hand outs.they were proud to be americans and never looked back.being an american is a privilage not a right !!!
Brenda besson

United States

#22 Jun 12, 2013
dreamer wrote:
I just want to have a better life as an American. Please close the border so I can have a better life and live my Dreams!
amen!!!!!!!
Mexican pride

Lodi, CA

#23 Jun 12, 2013
Brenda besson wrote:
<quoted text> oh and just so u know I come from immagrant parents who came here,the right way didnt look for hand outs.they were proud to be americans and never looked back.being an american is a privilage not a right !!!
you don't know that for a fact if you're grandparents were still alive they would tell you people like you made them go through hell!! I never forget we're I came from! Viva mi raza!!!!!!

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