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User avatar #22496 - brettd
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(01/31/2013) [-]
Thoughts on amnesty and illegal immigration. Go.
#22528 to #22496 - byposted
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My cousin, from Poland, is an "illegal immigrant" in the US. He attempted many times to come here legally, but the immigration system is purposely skewed against Europeans, favoring unskilled Asians.

He has been here for 3 years or so, and is about to depart back to Poland after accumulating enough money to make a good living there.

Compare him to the hoards of mexcrements who shoot eachother in LA and turned that place into a dump...

The sad truth is, the mass hoard of Hispanics are here to stay whether or not the Republicans shame themselves into giving away free citizenship; further putting their status as a first-class party in peril.

Inb4 illegal immigration increases 10 fold once the beans realize that they will get free citizenship
#22583 to #22528 - anon id: cb82a83c
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I am a mexican and I live in LA puto. I'll fucking kill you.

Nahh, joking, man. But yeah, I am half latino. Me and my family use to live in LA. Fucking bums and gangbangers everywhere. We moved to Canada. Peaceful place. Nice people. Best decision we've ever made.
User avatar #22543 to #22528 - shoryuken
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I agree with this so much
And I can't stand to see Mexicans burning American flags

No this used to be Mexico! bitch
I love when Kat Williams says that
#22531 to #22528 - repostsrepost
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Yeah, immigration policy used to be geared towards getting skilled people from Europe. Johnson fucked that up some fifty years ago and now we have a bunch a farmers and drug lords going back and forth by the millions.
User avatar #22532 to #22531 - byposted
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Johnson, as all Presidents have been in the modern-era, was simply a front man. There was a direct relation between a certain mysterious force and the opening of our, "floodgates."


User avatar #22530 to #22528 - byposted
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Never did he once, despite living in Democrat Illinois, use any kind of state benefits.

User avatar #22514 to #22496 - pebar
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(01/31/2013) [-]
I think we should crack down on illegal immigrants but make it easier for them to legally immigrate, including some sort of process that helps them register without having to be deported.
America was founded on the idea that this would be a haven for the people of the world; you could come here with a decent chance of making a living without having to worry about persecution because of your beliefs or origin.
If people want to come to "the land of opportunity," it should be easy for them.

More people working = better economy
User avatar #22506 to #22496 - paintbucket
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(01/31/2013) [-]
extensive deportation of anyone not here legally including their children.
barbed wire fence, mine fields, and border guards that shoot anyone trying to cross.
too bad that wont happen
a proper fence would be nice, at the very least.
User avatar #22510 to #22506 - pebar
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(01/31/2013) [-]
land mines are banned under international law - just sayin'
anyone born in the US is automatically a citizen, even if the parents are illegal so if they are deported, we keep the kid

unless you mean that they SHOULD be deported with their parents in order to not break up the family, in which case I agree. But since they are US citizens, they should be allowed back in whenever they're old enough.
User avatar #22513 to #22510 - paintbucket
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but anyway, children born with illegal parents shouldn't have citizenship.
i don't know any other country like this.
try going to mexico illegally, and having a child. they'll imprison you and deport you all the same.
User avatar #22518 to #22513 - pebar
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(01/31/2013) [-]
After a few minutes of research, I concur.
Deporting the parents and keeping the kid is bad for everyone involved, even the community who now have to support the orphaned child.