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If both parties worked for real Americans wouldn't issues such as immigration be easy to solve?

Kondor3

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The issue is simple...

We have all the Beaners we can use for the next fifty years or more...

No new Beaners need apply...
 

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Upgrade Ellis Island and put a world-class research hospital campus on it, to save money.
Secure the border, deport all illegals and enforce our immigration laws including punishing all who employ them.
Unfortunately for you, Capitalists can usually afford justice under our form of Capitalism.

There is no Immigration clause in our federal Constitution to be legal to. Stop being illegal to the law and simply being hypocrites upon the less fortunate.
 

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Unfortunately for you, Capitalists can usually afford justice under our form of Capitalism.

There is no Immigration clause in our federal Constitution to be legal to. Stop being illegal to the law and simply being hypocrites upon the less fortunate.
LOL

Unfortunately for you, we have laws. But, are you saying that laws should not apply to poor people?

Should the less fortunate American citizens not be bound by our laws also?
 

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Why would the parties work together when immigration serves as a wedge issue...

Aren't there plenty of other "wedge issues"?
Are average Americans benefitting by the presence of 20-40 million illegals.....how are they benefiting?

Fixing immigration will require compromise. The two parties are not going to find common ground when one is more focused on granting amnesty while the other is on border wall security.

Thus it continues as a wedge issue...

Both support the illegal work force being here.
 

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Unfortunately for you, Capitalists can usually afford justice under our form of Capitalism.

There is no Immigration clause in our federal Constitution to be legal to. Stop being illegal to the law and simply being hypocrites upon the less fortunate.
LOL

Unfortunately for you, we have laws. But, are you saying that laws should not apply to poor people?

Should the less fortunate American citizens not be bound by our laws also?

If we don't enforce laws where it applies to employers, yes, I support not enforcing laws on anyone.
 

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Why would the parties work together when immigration serves as a wedge issue...

Aren't there plenty of other "wedge issues"?
Are average Americans benefitting by the presence of 20-40 million illegals.....how are they benefiting?

Fixing immigration will require compromise. The two parties are not going to find common ground when one is more focused on granting amnesty while the other is on border wall security.

Thus it continues as a wedge issue...

Both support the illegal work force being here.

Echoing the point why it serves as a wedge issue.
 

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Why would the parties work together when immigration serves as a wedge issue...

Aren't there plenty of other "wedge issues"?
Are average Americans benefitting by the presence of 20-40 million illegals.....how are they benefiting?

Fixing immigration will require compromise. The two parties are not going to find common ground when one is more focused on granting amnesty while the other is on border wall security.

Thus it continues as a wedge issue...

Both support the illegal work force being here.

Echoing the point why it serves as a wedge issue.

Sure, they take opposing positions in public but in action they support the same thing.
 
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Unfortunately for you, Capitalists can usually afford justice under our form of Capitalism.

There is no Immigration clause in our federal Constitution to be legal to. Stop being illegal to the law and simply being hypocrites upon the less fortunate.
LOL

Unfortunately for you, we have laws. But, are you saying that laws should not apply to poor people?

Should the less fortunate American citizens not be bound by our laws also?

If we don't enforce laws where it applies to employers, yes, I support not enforcing laws on anyone.


hahaha...stop with this played out shit please...we already established where you stand...you don't support any action against wetbacks...you use the "employers" bullshit as something to hide behind. Own your filth Gustavo.
 

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One instance out of thousands and it was an investigation that started under Obama.
One?!? Can't read eh?

And, I don't care who it started under, the plain truth is we are punishing companies for hiring illegals. Now, let's secure the border and uphold our immigration laws.
 

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One instance out of thousands and it was an investigation that started under Obama.
One?!? Can't read eh?

And, I don't care who it started under, the plain truth is we are punishing companies for hiring illegals. Now, let's secure the border and uphold our immigration laws.

We are not.

How Many Employers Have Been Prosecuted for Employing Illegals? | HRExecutive.com

Employers hiring illegal workers face "exceedingly remote" chances for prosecution.
 

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Democrats in particular act as if the immigration issue is one very complex in nature....but is it really?
Don't the parties 'sell' the issues they have no interest in solving as difficult and complex?
We know who the Democrats represent. It's the people on the other side of the border.
 

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You expect something out of Biden no one else had done?
With 50 years of experience he should know what the problems are and be able to address them.

Trump left him the blueprint if he can't draw on his own experience.
 

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Democrats in particular act as if the immigration issue is one very complex in nature....but is it really?
Don't the parties 'sell' the issues they have no interest in solving as difficult and complex?

Well, both sides are at it. Both sides have their "thing" that makes no sense.

Time for Proportional Representation.
 

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