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    PERRY WANTS CHEAP ILLEGAL LABOR FOR BUSINESSES.
    IF YOU WANT ILLEGAL ALEINS FOR CHEAP LABOR, LET HIM PAY FOR INCARCERATONS.

    McALLEN, Texas (AP/The Huffington Post) -- For all of his rock-solid conservative credentials, Texas Gov. Rick Perry may have an Achilles' heel: immigration. If Perry runs for president -- he is expected to announce his candidacy on Saturday -- he will undoubtedly focus on Texas' relatively healthy economy and its low taxes and his record in creating jobs in the 11 years he's been governor. What he may have to explain on the stump is how undocumented immigrants have contributed to that success, adding as much as $17.7 billion a year to the state gross product and enjoying such benefits as in-state tuition at... MORE

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    Rick Perry Wants $349 Million For Jailing Illegals
    By: Jonathan Moormann

    In a letter to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, Texas Governor and presidential hopeful Rick Perry has requested $349.2 million dollars. Apparently, this small sum is the amount that Texas has spent incarcerating and housing illegal immigrants. The GOP frontrunner apparently penned the note back on August 10th, though the DHS will not even confirm that they have received the invoice.

    In the past, Perry has been criticized for not being tough enough on illegal immigrants. Of course, in this case "not being tough enough" means not supporting a giant wall like Michele Bachmann​ or claiming that Arizona's immigration regulations "might not be right for Texas." Perry's immigration position has almost always been centered around increasing border security, and this letter is just his way of urging the DHS to help out.

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    Isn't this an odd situation. Record numbers of unemployed Americans, coupled with the housing crisis, added to a record deficit, and a near default. And Texans are urged to hire foreign nationals by their governor. Welcome to cloud cuckoo land . Let’s don’t tax the rich, lets help them (the "wealthy") exploit foreign nationals for profit at the further cost of American culture AND screw over poor unemployed Americans, too. If exploiting illegal aliens benefits the community, then, let's set the clock back to 1800 and reinstate slavery. Texas was a member of the Confederacy, perhaps they can also sue the Federal government for all projected losses of all the profits lost since 1865 after abolition. Please, Texas is a border state, THEY of all, should feel the sting of illegal immigration and want to stop it, not blame the feds for this mess…Jeesse Louise! Good move, Perry. Holy cow. We are sooo screwed!
     
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    Aiding and abetting the illegals...
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    Labor Dept. Signs 'Partnerships' with Foreign Gov’s to Protect Illegal Workers in U.S.
    Monday, August 29, 2011 - U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis today signed "partnership" agreements with ambassadors from a group of Latin American nations aiming to protect what she described as the labor rights of both legal and illegal migrants working in the United States.
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    Labor Dept. Confirms: It Will Ensure Illegal Aliens Get Paid Legal Wages in U.S. Jobs
    Wednesday, August 31, 2011 - The U.S. Department of Labor told CNSNews.com in a written statement on Wednesday that it will enforce the federal wage laws on behalf of anyone working in the United States “regardless of their immigration status.” The statement was in response to a written question from CNSNews.com.
     

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