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Why Americans are skeptical about immigration reform
Posted by: McQ on Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Well, he missed on this one:
"A lot of Americans are skeptical about immigration reform, primarily because they don't think the government can fix the problems," Bush said.
No. Most Americans are skeptical about "immigration reform" primarily because they don't think the government will fix the problem.

That's a very big difference.

 
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WE SHOULD FIX THE EXISTING IMPENDING SOCIAL SECURITY MESS ALREADY ON THE BACKS OF YOUR AND MY CHILDREN, AND GRAND-CHILDREN BEFORE WE GIVE AWAY ANY CITIZEN RIGHTS TO CURRENT ILLEGALS. WE MUST INSIST, AND DEMAND, THAT OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS SECURE THE BORDERS FIRST BEFORE GRANTING INSTANT RIGHTS TO ILLEGALS.
WE ARE LEGAL VOTERS AND AS SUCH, WE EXPECT,(WITH OH SO MUCH GRATITUDE), THAT OUR LORDS AND MASTERS WILL ACCOMODATE AND HONOR OUR SENTIMENTS
WITHOUT CYNICALLY QUESTIONING OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THIS SUBJECT !
 
Written By: d
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I think perhaps he should take it a little more personally-we don’t think HE can fix the problem, or that he even wants to. Since when did he have any doubts about the ability of government to solve a problem he was interested in?
 
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I think perhaps he should take it a little more personally-we don’t think HE can fix the problem, or that he even wants to. Since when did he have any doubts about the ability of government to solve a problem he was interested in?
I disagree in one sense. Show me a single administration since before Reagan which has made a serious effort to actually enforce immigration law or secure our borders.

Seriously ... would we be in the condition we’re now in if even one had?

I, among many, have no faith government (to include Bush’s) has any intention of actually addressing and fixing the border security problem or the immigration problem.
 
Written By: McQ
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But Bruce, Bush is defining the "problem" differently than are you. Furthermore, as politicians are wont to do, the "problem" will not be fully defined until legislation is past, because only then can the politician argue that the bill addresses and rectifies everything the "problem" poses.
 
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The law has some problems, but I firmly believe that congress and the executive, regardless of party, will manage to limit the efforts to secure the borders. I don’t know what it is that causes this but if the conventional wisdom now being put forth is actually why it has/is being done, then these people in both parties have placed political ambition/agendas over the personal and economic security of everyday Americans. Attitudes would change if the Times’ bldg or a meeting of congressional members were attacked by terrorists tracked back to illegally crossing the border. As is usual with American politics, we will get no concrete action until something happens and then an over-reaction.
 
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Such is life.
 
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