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Originally posted by AndrewTB
My mother is a Spanish and has dual citizenship in Spain and the US. I probably knew spanish before english. That being said, she came here legally and me and her both are in great support of this law.
If necessary I will fight tooth and nail to get it pass and I wouldn't hold back on donating (i never donate). It's the key everyone is refusing to acknoledge in being one of our countries biggest problems directly correlating to abuse of the system and many other economic hardship brought on by it.
Put it this way, If every illegal immigrant were deported tomorrow. The unemployment rate would not exist. Don't get me started on picking strawberry because I knew 2 illegal immigrants that got paid more than I do now and I know several younger people that would gladly fill in the positions.
Originally posted by boondock-saint
it's about time !!!
Might I suggest an exact copy
of AZ's law so the states can be
in compliance with the same
wording in the Fed Law.
Best of luck.
I wish NC would do the same
Originally posted by LDragonFire
If the GOP continues to cater to its far right small base they will be the GoneOldParty soon enough.
Here is a recent article that shows what Im talking about
When they register to vote, these young Latinos do so in the Democratic Party by a 4 to 1 ratio. Sixty-two percent choose the Democratic Party and only 16% Republican, while 22% say they are independent.
Opinions on policy issues are clearly in the Democratic camp. Young Latinos strongly favor the public sector, with 63% saying that, "government does a better job than people give it credit for," and 66% say "government should create jobs rather than leaving it to the free market."
Please visit the link provided for the complete story.
Young Latino voters -- an emerging giant
The republican party needs to get a grip and stop alienating potential voting groups if they wish to have any kind of future.