Republican money backs immigration push

Republican money backs immigration push

There are 13 comments on the Sunherald.com story from Apr 15, 2013, titled Republican money backs immigration push. In it, Sunherald.com reports that:

In this July 11, 2008 file photo, Frank VanderSloot, who owns Melaleuca, Inc., a healthcare products company, is seen in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

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Since: Jul 10

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#1 Apr 15, 2013
Everytime there is a VanderSloot in the news someone is missing or killed. Doesn't bode well for Frank.

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#2 Apr 15, 2013
It's sad when some politicians and segments of our population want to degrade our American Citizenship to the point where it has no value or meaning.

Since: Sep 07

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#3 Apr 15, 2013
I'm thinking of starting an online list of addresses for all the as#holes who are pro-illegal.

you know.. something like e-verify.

ID the traitors so that we can locate him whenever.

what say you all? interested?

Since: Sep 09

Hollywood, FL

#4 Apr 15, 2013
Cricket 23 wrote:
It's sad when some politicians and segments of our population want to degrade our American Citizenship to the point where it has no value or meaning.
in some nations past and present,....being born into a country did not gaureentee citizenship. Perhaps this is something we need to look into here in this country. My husband was not born here. He came here legally with papers in hand when he was 13. He went to high school, joined the us navy and served 22 years in the us navy. Retiring as a Master Chief Petty Officer. He became a citizen about 10 years before he retired from the us navy. He flies an American flag in our yard EVERYDAY. Not just holidays, he served this country...he is more patriotic than most that are born here. Maybe service to country should be a requirement for citizenship, not birth.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#5 Apr 15, 2013
Mi_nina wrote:
<quoted text>in some nations past and present,....being born into a country did not gaureentee citizenship. Perhaps this is something we need to look into here in this country. My husband was not born here. He came here legally with papers in hand when he was 13. He went to high school, joined the us navy and served 22 years in the us navy. Retiring as a Master Chief Petty Officer. He became a citizen about 10 years before he retired from the us navy. He flies an American flag in our yard EVERYDAY. Not just holidays, he served this country...he is more patriotic than most that are born here. Maybe service to country should be a requirement for citizenship, not birth.
If that was the case, every teabag chickenhawk frightwingnut would be an alien.
Eleanor

Vernon Hills, IL

#6 Apr 15, 2013
Mi_nina wrote:
<quoted text>in some nations past and present,....being born into a country did not gaureentee citizenship. Perhaps this is something we need to look into here in this country. My husband was not born here. He came here legally with papers in hand when he was 13. He went to high school, joined the us navy and served 22 years in the us navy. Retiring as a Master Chief Petty Officer. He became a citizen about 10 years before he retired from the us navy. He flies an American flag in our yard EVERYDAY. Not just holidays, he served this country...he is more patriotic than most that are born here. Maybe service to country should be a requirement for citizenship, not birth.
Perhaps you haven't seen the cartoon where Bush is poking his head between two buildings, looking down on a crowd of immigration protestors??

The cartoon line that Bush is saying is: "Mi casa es tu Casa. Work hard, make babies and enjoy your welfare. Y'all going to make good soldiers. He, he!!

Yep, big government would just love to ENLIST more soldiers to fight its never-ending wars!!

Since: Sep 09

Hollywood, FL

#7 Apr 15, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>If that was the case, every teabag chickenhawk frightwingnut would be an alien.
Actually that is an untrue statement...more conservatives and republicans serve in the military than do liberals.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#8 Apr 15, 2013
Mi_nina wrote:
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Actually that is an untrue statement...more conservatives and republicans serve in the military than do liberals.
Yeah I know. Cheney and Romney sure fought the hard fight. What branch were they in again?

Since: Sep 09

Hollywood, FL

#9 Apr 15, 2013
I did not say ALL republicans,...did I ? I said more Republicans and conservatives serve in the military than liberals. You must have a reading comprehension problem...you must have gone to a public school.
Sheik Yerbouti

Southampton, PA

#10 Apr 15, 2013
The only reason these rethug vermin want 'amnesty' is so they can have a labor pool that will work for slave wages with no benefits! For these slimeballs everything is about personal enrichment and exploitation!!

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#13 Apr 20, 2013
Mykro wrote:
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If that was the case, every teabag chickenhawk frightwingnut would be an alien.
" Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida argued this morning on "This Week" that a key provision of the bill, the so-called "pathway to citizenship" for undocumented immigrants, would not give anything away".

Sure it does Senator, it gives or sells our American citizenship to 11 million illegal aliens that broke our Immigration Laws to get here!

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It's sad when some politicians and segments of our population want to degrade our American Citizenship to the point where it has no value or meaning.

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"This amnesty will give citizenship to only 1.1 to 1.3 million illegal aliens. We will secure the borders henceforth. We will never again bring forward another amnestybill like this."

-- Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy on the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 19869884.

Since: Sep 07

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#14 Apr 20, 2013
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
The only reason these rethug vermin want 'amnesty' is so they can have a labor pool that will work for slave wages with no benefits! For these slimeballs everything is about personal enrichment and exploitation!!
frankly, I think this amnesty is wanted so that they can send in troops under the guise of poor, helpless pleasants just looking for work.

talk about a Trojan horse.
Eleanor

Vernon Hills, IL

#15 Apr 22, 2013
Interestingly no one is talking about the religious aspect of immigration.

MOST immigrants entering the country through our southern border are CATHOLICS and their obsession with the Blessed Virgin Mary and their obsession with their Pope, specifically a JESUIT Pope.

It has been said (though not proven), that strict Catholics have more loyalty to their pope than they do for their political leaders (concerns brought forward when JFK was elected).

Anyone looking into historical aspects of the Vatican (like the inquisition) or the Jesuits (and their covert tactics) might raise a red flag about the 'religious' invasion of many immigrants.

(and those blinded by anti-islam prejudices might not notice the possible danger of those of the popish faith)

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