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    Republican spelunkers for comprehensive immigration reform

    Republican spelunkers for comprehensive immigration reform

    Illegal is the new legal, but way cooler and more hip

    They’re going to cave.

    You know it, it’s just a matter of when.

    Via Washington Free Beacon, McCain: Immigration Bill ‘Not That Much Different’ from 2007:

    Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) said Sunday a group of bipartisan senators will propose a comprehensive immigration bill in the next week “not much different” from the failed effort of 2007.

    “What’s changed is, honestly, there is a new appreciation on both sides of the aisle– including maybe more importantly on the Republican side of the aisle–that we have to enact a comprehensive immigration bill,” McCain said in an interview with “This Week


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    MacsenMcBain | January 27, 2013 at 6:30 pm


    Importing failure, in the form of surplus Latin American population, is not a recipe for success.

    All illegal aliens/invaders should be returned to their country of origin. If they sneak in again, they should be returned to a point 1000 feet above their country of origin, with 1000 feet added for each subsequent offense.

    Henry Hawkins | January 27, 2013 at 6:41 pm

    Hey, once the GOP wins the love of illegal immigrants and libs too, their combined gratitude might be just enough to push McCain over the top as the GOP 2016 prez nom. He’s got experience!

    […] McCain is up to his ears in amnesty again, just as he went along with all sorts of other major Democrat legislation.  And just like with every other Democrat vehicle, his presence indicates only that it’s another bad liberal idea.  They’ll provide all of the substance like they did in the Kennedy amnesty bill, the Feingold 1st amendment rights violation, and anything else where McCain can get some press out of it.  Legislatively speaking though, the Democrats are the engine and steering, and McCain is the hula girl ornament bobbling about on the dashboard, only angrier and more chipmunk-shaped.  He may be the first thing you notice because of his name on the bill and the unwarranted press but his presence is otherwise decorative. […]

    They cannot cave until they close the borders thereby strictly limiting unmeasured immigration; resolve displacement of American men, women, and children at work, school, and throughout society; address the cause(s) which motivate around one million people to illegally enter this nation every year.

    Obama doesn’t care. That’s a given. The Republicans should care. Reagan cared about the proliferation of left-wing regimes throughout the world, and the suffocation of individual rights which they engendered. We should start caring with our neighbors.

      n.n in reply to n.n. | January 27, 2013 at 10:11 pm

      We need immigration control. It will provided effective gun control for people who do not respect our laws. It will provide effective gun control for cartels armed by our federal government. It will serve as effective mitigation to control progressive corruption of individuals, institutions, and agencies.

    Here is his campaign ad where he opines on completing the danged fence

    Rub it in his lying face.

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