Skip to comments.Band of Republicans pushes immigration in House
Posted on 09/08/2013 7:07:53 PM PDT by don-o
GROVELAND, Fla. In the five weeks since he declared his support for a comprehensive immigration overhaul, U.S. Rep. Daniel Webster has gotten an earful.
One constituent told the second-term Republican that immigrants carry disease. Another said immigrants would steal jobs away from Americans.
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Note well the propagit to make opponents look kooky.
That statement is absolutely correct - lice is the least of it!
Tell that to New York and California who are expieriencing a resurgence of 'whooping cough' , and medication resistant TB.
When you open your border to third-world immigrants , you also allow entry of those same third-world diseases.
Many countries don't have the same vaccines or medical care that used to be here.
We have already taxed the American public into "Mengele-Care , and are awaiting it to kick in.
There will be no amnesty in the House. Zero. and these “do good” illegal alien loving republicrats are getting Tea partied real Bad. The Tea Party lives large . They will not be put down by political persecution. The Tea Party lives and will knock out Boehner and all amnesty loving POC. We are not going to lay down , I assure you. Impeach obama, defund Obamacare and no damned amnesty or you need to get your old job back quick.
Mexicans have been PROVEN to carry Antibiotic Resistant Tuberculosis and other NASTY diseases that traditionally were alleviated in the 21st Century Developed World.
Getting rid of these cowardly Republicans would send a message to others that they better put their country first.
Be that as it may, it is not a major point in opposition.
I do not doubt that. But, good luck with getting the LIV to absorb and believe it. What works is the economic impact.
I maintain that is a losing proposition to bring disease into the debate. You will never be able to document it (HIPPA) and you get painted with a “you hate sick people” tag.
We need to keep our eyes on the prize. Syria is a sideshow Obama is using to sneak amnesty by us.
We are now told that we "need to renew our immunizations every 'few years!'"
More that forty years ago and doing just fine until a huge influx of illegals, an outbreak of Whooping Cough, so now WE must "renew our childhood immunizations."
Too bad the writer was too lazy to do so.
This country is so over.
Someone needs to tell Benjamin Franklin we couldn’t keep it.
Looks like Congressman Webster has a bad case of the RINO virus.
It could be fatal to his political future.
The real disease:
Loss of national sovereignty.
Loss of our territorial integrity.
Destruction of the rule of law.
Damaged national security.
Massive economic and governmental burdens imposed upon an already over-burdened, struggling citizenry.
Increase in the debts that this generation cannot possibly repay, thereby imposing burdens upon our posterity to which they did not consent.
That’s just for starters...
There was some sort of conference recently in Orlando involving major American businesses talking about building new manufacturing plants in America to replace ones in the Far East.
We know manufacturing plants were in the Far East because of cheap labor.
Are they coming back to America because the business leaders know there’s a pool of cheap labor to do the trabajo (work) in our future because of amnesty???????
Most Republicans oppose this approach on citizenship, and there is little political incentive for them to change their minds. Only 24 of 233 Republicans represent districts where more than one-quarter of their constituents are Hispanic.
Supporters of a path to citizenship point to demographic changes and business backing that have helped sway Webster, who for years opposed immigrant-rights legislation, as potential motives for wavering lawmakers to sign on.
Boils down to the fact that some of these *conservatives*, many who rode in on the Tea Party wave, have had their districts redrawn, and are now kowtowing to the more hispanic numbers in their newly drawn districts.
They are short sighted, narrow minded halfwits.
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