Cost of comprehensive immigration reform.

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    COST OF COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM.

    What are the costs of comprehensive immigration reform: unemployment, smaller pay checks, illness and higher taxes!
    The Cost of Comprehensive Immigration Reform–McCain and Obama Are Hopeless–It is the Economy Stupid! « Pronk Palisades

    The evidence that illegal immigration and mass immigration are harming our country is overwhelming and irrefutable. Congestion, environment, crime, health care, education — the costs are too high for the American family to continue to bear.
    7 Principles of True Comprehensive Immigration Reform | Federation for American Immigration Reform

    Nevertheless, the “economic migrants” crashing U.S. borders are largely uneducated, unskilled workers, who continue to drain education, health care, and social welfare monies from federal, state, and local budgets.
    In addition, for those foreign laborers willing to work and pay taxes, the United States needs to modernize a guest worker program. Instead, President Obama has announced plans that would enforce stiff visa quotas on skilled aliens while granting amnesty to unskilled aliens.
    Obama?s Tangled Immigration Web


    HIghly skilled immigrants would like vote republican because they are not looking for freebies from democrats.
     
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    Granny & Uncle Ferd would rather push dem Hispexicans over the fiscal cliff...
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    Fiscal woes threaten US immigration reform
    Mon, Nov 26, 2012 - ATTENTION DEFICIT: Analysts say that the upcoming political battles over the ‘fiscal cliff’ will take the US Congress’ focus away from long-promised immigration reforms
     
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    Romney's plan was to bring immigrants who already have degrees here and help them. For his base, well, Santorum said none of them were smart and I suspect Romney agreed.
     
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    What immigration reform ( amnesty ) will do is completely negate the "rule of law" and our Constitution.Reagan ( a Republican) gave 3 million illegals amnesty in 1986 --and so doing Reagan is my most hated President of all time. It appears that now the Republicans will join with Democrats to onec again give amnesty to may as many as 30-40 million illegals.The Republican Party --it appears is the Party of amnesty.Once this amnesty is given--two things wiil happen:
    1) Republicans will never win the Presidency--or control either the House or Senate again.
    2) we will very fast become a poor 3rd world nation

    *** right now --I am hoping the Mayans are right and the world ends 12-21-12 --before illegals get amnesty and Obama serves his 2nd term***
     

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