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(Yahoo)   U.S. House says, be proud, there is nothing wrong with Mexican citizenship   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 18
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2013-07-01 07:11:09 PM  
4 votes:

Almost Everybody Poops: Hopefully legal citizens have had a reality check and now realize what voting for Obama has gotten you. He cares more about the illegals than he does millions of legal citizens on unemployment and welfare. How does this reform bill benefit legal citizens? What part of rewarding criminals with citizenship will make our economy better? If americans don't wake up soon and fight this bill with the House this will be another failing third world country in the very near future.


You must be the exception to your handle because your shiat has gotten into your brain.
2013-07-01 10:30:52 PM  
3 votes:

AnonAmbientLight: Wait, no path to citizenship in the bill?

[www.nypost.com image 300x300]

"You tell me how we're going to catch eleven million people. Are you out of your farking mind?!"


tonova.typepad.com
2013-07-01 05:59:31 PM  
3 votes:
Is the GOP becoming the goddamn Washington Generals of the immigration debate?
2013-07-01 07:59:32 PM  
2 votes:

Almost Everybody Poops: Infernalist: Imagine living your whole life in America, but knowing that there was a greater nation out there, one that made America look like crap by comparison.

Better still, that nation 'wanted' you there, but didn't make it easy.  10-15 year wait, thousands of dollars and nothing was guaranteed.  But, better still, if you got there and if you were careful, deported you could have a piece of that amazing country for yourself.

The way is dangerous and people die trying to get there, every day.  But your kids are worth it and you deem that prize worth the risk.

Your friends don't agree.  Most stay where they are, content to live in that second-rate country and not take the risks.  You want that prize, however, so you take the risks and make the trip over.

The pay is terrible and you risk being found and sent back home every day.  But, your kids have a better world now. Better education, better care, a less corrupt government, a cleaner environment.  It's a good deal.

The only downside is that you're there illegal and your employers know it for the most part.  They pay you less than legal citizens and the ones that complain either get fired on the spot or ratted out to their version of ICE.

See, they want you there to do the jobs that their own citizens won't do, at ridiculously low wages.  But, they push you away with the other hand, condemning you as a criminal for being there illegally.

Try, just 'try' to put yourself into their shoes.  They're not lazy or evil.  They're just the bravest of their citizens willing to take enormous risks for their families and for themselves.  We should applaud their bravery even as we work hard to try and make it easier for these massively self-motivated people to find a legitimate place in our country.


Why yes, his points are quite easy to rebut if you simply strike them out and ignore everything he wrote.
Truly, you have a stunningly effect debate style.  You, good sir, have convinced me!

Convinced me your a farking moron, that is.
2013-07-01 05:58:40 PM  
2 votes:
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2013-07-02 01:17:34 AM  
1 votes:

AliceBToklasLives: This turned into a SNAP flamewar?  Seriously?  Let's debate who should have access to program that feeds people? I don't believe any of you are serious.  This is an exercise for some class, right?


These are folks who defend to the death a business' right to hire the illegal workers that they scream they want to deport. Class left the building some time ago.
2013-07-02 01:11:05 AM  
1 votes:
o5iiawah:

And I've already demanded enforcement and crack down of companies that do this.

And it looks like you received it quick enough.
2013-07-02 01:10:36 AM  
1 votes:

Fart_Machine: o5iiawah: Fart_Machine will go 100 rounds saying that by simply existing and breathing in this country, you owe a pound of flesh to fund clean air, clean water, schools, police, fire, military, courts and a basic way of life and if you dont like it, move to Somalia.

What you going 100 rounds might look like.

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No.

What 100 rounds of o5iiawwwwwaaaaaahhhh might look like:
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2013-07-02 01:02:38 AM  
1 votes:
This turned into a SNAP flamewar?  Seriously?  Let's debate who should have access to program that feeds people? I don't believe any of you are serious.  This is an exercise for some class, right?
2013-07-02 12:40:23 AM  
1 votes:

Fart_Machine: o5iiawah: You found a small nugget or information or talking point you thought made your argument when as it turns out, your source agrees with me that there needs to be tougher enforcement of illegal immigrants who are caught on the program.

/facepalm

It's like a double-down of fail.


This is pretty entertaining. I'm thinking of making some popcorn for the occasion.
2013-07-02 12:40:19 AM  
1 votes:
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2013-07-01 11:47:45 PM  
1 votes:

Dwight_Yeast: gfid: SecretAgentWoman: If they don't pass it, current citizens of Hispanic descent will vote Democrat in the next election.

Do you actually know any people who are supposedly "hispanic"?

First of all, that's a bullshiat term.  They're white just like me.  Secondly the ones who have ancestors from Mexico or other Spanish speaking nations actually are proud that they immigrated legally and don't appreciate people sneaking over the border.

Of course, that cannot be applied to all so-called "hispanics", but many of them do feel that way and many do vote republican.

Don't make the mistake of lumping all "hispanics" together.

If by "Many" you mean "a few Cubans in Miami who want to stick it to Castro", then yes.  But generally speaking, the majority of Hispanics vote Democratic.


www.dailyracingrag.com
  Hey, Gringo, don't forget meee!
2013-07-01 10:11:00 PM  
1 votes:

God-is-a-Taco: white countries

White countries
2013-07-01 08:03:49 PM  
1 votes:

meat0918: You know, Boehner could scour the GOP of the Frankenstein's Monster called the Tea Party if they passed the Senate bill and pickup some minority voters that while it wouldn

Of course, the GOP would cease to exist, so I can see why he isn't doing that.


i575.photobucket.com

Any excuse to post that cartoon...
2013-07-01 07:56:00 PM  
1 votes:

Almost Everybody Poops: A path to citizenship for those who are here illegally is a slap in the face to all of those who have played by the rules, stood in line, and waited patiently to immigrate legally


I got a question for you.  Take your stereotypical illegal immigrant from Mexico: poor and unskilled.  What, exactly, is the process for him to get into this country illegally?  Because to the best of my knowledge that group's got a quota of 10,000 souls a year on it.  There IS NO way for him to play by the rules, stand in line, and wait patiently to immigrate - his kids would probably be dead before he got to the front of that line.  And since there's no way for him to do it legally, he gets in however he can.

And really?  I applaud him for doing so.  I got my citizenship because I took my umbilical cord and rappelled down the right vagina.  That guy probably swam rivers, crossed deserts on foot, or allowed himself to be locked into a shipping container.  People that motivated and willing to face that kind of danger to get into this country are the kind of people we're supposed to want playing for our team.
2013-07-01 07:17:06 PM  
1 votes:
As a liberal, who volunteered for Obama re-election, I can actually to that.

If you came to this country illegally, you are going to live here, finding and deporting costs too much. Rather, keeping you here and taxing you makes better sense.

At the same time, you shouldn't be on the same boat as the legal ones.

/I know, I know nation of immigrants and stuff, but there was no law back then, and US citizenship is something special.
2013-07-01 07:10:18 PM  
1 votes:

Almost Everybody Poops: Hopefully legal citizens have had a reality check and now realize what voting for Obama has gotten you. He cares more about the illegals than he does millions of legal citizens on unemployment and welfare. How does this reform bill benefit legal citizens? What part of rewarding criminals with citizenship will make our economy better? If americans don't wake up soon and fight this bill with the House this will be another failing third world country in the very near future.


Is there a hidden message in that gibberish? I don't recognize any song names..
2013-07-01 07:01:51 PM  
1 votes:
Good, good! Continue tearing yourselves to pieces, GOP. I'm enjoying the show.
 
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