15 May 2007 at 10:00 PM EST

The Focus on Immigration

Posted by Mike Tate in First-In-The-South Presidential Debate | Comments (2) | Permalink

If you pulled up the New York Times or any other major U.S. daily from over five years ago, you would find most of these other candidates now acting "tough" on immigration once acted "soft" and supported amnesty.

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I think most Americans only take notice of a problem when it hits them in the pocket. Excepting the present Chorus.

So, let America know what it costs each year.

Tom might consider pointing out the cost those primary states have endured. For each Republican candidate tell the public what their respective states spent to support illegals.

Then tell the environmentalists that 40 years ago our natural resources were being consumed by 200 million Americans. Now, just 40 years later our dwindling resources are being consumed by 300 million. All due to legal immigration.

Then tell the public the current Congress and Administration intend to give amnesty to 20 million illegals ( according to Bear Stearns) and allow them to bring their extended families in also. Figure another 10 individuals per visa holder.

Warn the public that children, born in America to illegals aliens, virtually protect the illegal aliens from deportation because a liberal Supreme Court gave them citizenship after deliberately misinterpreting the 14th amendment.

Until birthright citizenship is properly interpreted, illegal aliens should be strongly encouraged to return home with any child born to them while here in America. Those children have dual citizenship and must stay with their parents until their majority.


Newt Gingrich is talking about immigration on Fox News right now... He sounds so much like he's quoting Congressman Tancredo that I think he should post credits. TANCREDO '08

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