1. Obama in 2008: We need to reform immigration by the end of my first term.
2. Obama in 2008: We need immigration reform that will secure our borders.
3. Obama in 2008: We’ve got to have a fair system of immigration and that is something I attend to achieve by the end of my first term as President.
4. Obama in 2008: Growth in Latin America beings with comprehensive immigration reform here at home.
5. Obama in 2008: We need comprehensive reform…that’s a policy I’m going to change when I’m President.
6. Obama in 2008: I will be an advocate for immigration reform “even if it’s politically tough.”
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Gee, I didn’t know that President Obama can write immigration legislation, pass it with only his approval and then sign it into law. How silly of me to think that the House and Senate threw stumbling blocks in the path of immigration legislation. Oh, my. Now spank your hands, you silly, silly woman!
America employs tons of slaves. From food establishments to construction. They will NEVER change this. Illegal immigrants are hard working and work for little pay. American business owners are greedy and feel the immigrants are sub-human labor workers that can be freely abused. It has nothing to do with Republicans or Democrats. America just loves slaves and doesn’t mind giving them the jobs that the unemployed Americans need in this terrible state of affairs. I am sure the politicians dream of one day being able to rival China and it’s labor laws. Remember, there is no such thing as left or right…it is us and them. You may think you are rich and Conservative, a part of the Republicans- you are not. You may think you are left and mindful of the future, a Democrat- you are not.
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The Republicans filibustered almost every damn bill that made its way through congress. It’s why the DREAM Act failed and why passing immigration reform was impossible. That aside, Romney is trying this now. Anything to distract from the fact that he had promised to veto the DREAM act, claimed his immigration policy was self deport, claimed that he supported Arizona and South Carolina’s immigration’s laws, and had Kris Kobach, the architect of Arizona’s immigration’s law, as an adviser and was proud as recent as January to have Kobach’s endorsement.