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Illegal Immigration And Jed Bush

DaveJDaveJ Member Posts: 395 ✭✭✭
edited April 2014 in Politics
Jed Bush says that Illegal Immigration is a act of love. When I saw that statement, I could only wonder where the front half of the horse went. What a manure brain!

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  • CameroonCameroon Member Posts: 702 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Jed Bush will never get my vote. Breaking the law is an
    act of love? So, wouldn't all criminal misconduct in one
    form or another be an act of love? What really fires me
    up is my brother-in-law has been waiting 25 years to
    immigrate to this country legally. Just found out he has
    another 3 years to go before he came come to this country.
    What's bad is his children cannot come because they are all
    over 18 so he has to petition them which will probably take
    forever.
  • MossbergboogieMossbergboogie Member Posts: 12,211
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Cameroon
    Jed Bush will never get my vote. Breaking the law is an
    act of love? So, wouldn't all criminal misconduct in one
    form or another be an act of love? What really fires me
    up is my brother-in-law has been waiting 25 years to
    immigrate to this country legally. Just found out he has
    another 3 years to go before he came come to this country.
    What's bad is his children cannot come because they are all
    over 18 so he has to petition them which will probably take
    forever.


    And thus the problems.

    Not that I am a Jeb fan. Don't think I could vote for him either.

    BUT

    If I were you I would go look at Jebs entire statement. You still might not like it but you might understand where he is coming from.
  • serfserf Member Posts: 8,875 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Like General Monty said"We win all the territory back and conquer the leaders then the politicos give it all back!"

    The Government in Mexico is corrupt and the population growth by Anglo's waned here so The Hispanics where allowed to come in unlawfully for as rule of law is only for the little people to obey! The politicians are above the law! While do you think they have pardon powers! [:D]

    Get used to it! The Illuminati is in control now and the mask is soon to complexly come off . Money and power controls the system with corporations leaders and central banks Get a clue!

    serf

    The United States is a nation of laws: badly written and randomly enforced" Frank Zappa

    Ron Paul : " ...why the American people would even give the slightest consideration for government health programs. They don't want the government to deliver their automobiles, or their videocassette recorders, or their food... The best way to deliver healthcare is the way we deliver all goods and services in a free society. "
  • CameroonCameroon Member Posts: 702 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Mossbergboogie - Here's the statement: "In perhaps his most expansive public discussion yet of a possible candidacy, Mr. Bush, a longtime supporter of overhauling immigration laws, warned against `harsh political rhetoric' on the subject and urged more compassion for those who enter the country illegally for economic reasons. `Yes, they broke the law, but it's not a felony; it's an act of love,' he said. `It's a different kind of crime. There should be a price paid. It shouldn't rile people up that people are actually coming to provide for their families.'"
    The only thing I get from this statement is, people are coming to this country to provide for their families and aren't concerned
    about the consequences of their actions and we should feel sorry
    for them, give a slap on the wrist and carry on smartly.
    We have immigration laws in this country, just like other countries
    of the world, and they should be enforced. Why is my brother-in-law
    being punished for following the law while common criminals, illegal
    immigrants, get a free ride? I understand where Bush is coming from,
    it's the language of a politican.
  • MossbergboogieMossbergboogie Member Posts: 12,211
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Cameroon
    Mossbergboogie - Here's the statement: "In perhaps his most expansive public discussion yet of a possible candidacy, Mr. Bush, a longtime supporter of overhauling immigration laws, warned against `harsh political rhetoric' on the subject and urged more compassion for those who enter the country illegally for economic reasons. `Yes, they broke the law, but it's not a felony; it's an act of love,' he said. `It's a different kind of crime. There should be a price paid. It shouldn't rile people up that people are actually coming to provide for their families.'"
    The only thing I get from this statement is, people are coming to this country to provide for their families and aren't concerned
    about the consequences of their actions and we should feel sorry
    for them, give a slap on the wrist and carry on smartly.
    We have immigration laws in this country, just like other countries
    of the world, and they should be enforced. Why is my brother-in-law
    being punished for following the law while common criminals, illegal
    immigrants, get a free ride? I understand where Bush is coming from,
    it's the language of a politican.




    We have gun laws in this county. Unfair and unjust some might judge.

    If crossing a poltical border for work is their only crime so what!

    12 million are estimated to be here, they enter daily. You think if your family needed money you would sit and wait three years? If the law you broke was to cross into a country that would give you a job and a whole lot better enviroment than the mass muder south out of us.

    This is a great country with opportunity yet and who we to not welcome those that want to work.



    If they reform the policy it should be done in such away that deals with current illegals and system as a whole.

    Somehow I don't think a giant expensive fence nor a policy of no one in, is really going to work.
  • bpostbpost Member Posts: 31,944 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Well somebody has to be at fault for this mess. Me thinks I'll blame the voters and corruption.
  • CameroonCameroon Member Posts: 702 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    We need to enforce our immigration laws. However, as long
    as illegal immigrants are going to be used for political
    reasons, nothing is going to change. Borders are not political.
    Borders define the area of a country. That's why there are laws
    to control immigration. When a country does not enforce its own
    immigration laws for political gain then you could call that
    a political border. We can welcome anyone who enters this
    country legally. I will not be a party to giving someone a
    pat on the back for breaking the law because they need to
    provide for their family. You could use the same thought process
    for anyone who decides to rob a bank, steal from their neighbors,
    etc, etc.
  • MossbergboogieMossbergboogie Member Posts: 12,211
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Cameroon
    We need to enforce our immigration laws. However, as long
    as illegal immigrants are going to be used for political
    reasons, nothing is going to change. Borders are not political.
    Borders define the area of a country. That's why there are laws
    to control immigration. When a country does not enforce its own
    immigration laws for political gain then you could call that
    a political border. We can welcome anyone who enters this
    country legally. I will not be a party to giving someone a
    pat on the back for breaking the law because they need to
    provide for their family. You could use the same thought process
    for anyone who decides to rob a bank, steal from their neighbors,
    etc, etc.


    Whom have they exactly taken anything from? Robbing a bank is a theft of property.

    Not an apples to apples comparison at all.
  • serfserf Member Posts: 8,875 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Mossbergboogie
    quote:Originally posted by Cameroon
    We need to enforce our immigration laws. However, as long
    as illegal immigrants are going to be used for political
    reasons, nothing is going to change. Borders are not political.
    Borders define the area of a country. That's why there are laws
    to control immigration. When a country does not enforce its own
    immigration laws for political gain then you could call that
    a political border. We can welcome anyone who enters this
    country legally. I will not be a party to giving someone a
    pat on the back for breaking the law because they need to
    provide for their family. You could use the same thought process
    for anyone who decides to rob a bank, steal from their neighbors,
    etc, etc.


    Whom have they exactly taken anything from? Robbing a bank is a theft of property.

    Not an apples to apples comparison at all.



    Of course not! Lawyers and law makers use fuzzy logic to steal! Your just not wise enough to see out how!

    You can start on how They pass The Federal Reserve act to steal from you if you had a mind too!

    serf
  • wifetrainedwifetrained Member Posts: 1,092 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Didn't we already go thru "immigration reform" with Reagan. As I recall that didn't work out too well and lead to where we are at today.

    What makes anyone think the politicians want to fix it?

    If they were serious about reforming immigration it would have already been done long ago and we wouldn't be having the problems we face today.

    They're not going to fix it, they have no intentions to do the right thing, so anything Bush says is meaningless babble for public consumption as he appears ready to allow things to remain the same.
  • blogdog37blogdog37 Member Posts: 372 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    I am willing to bet money that Jeb's the GOP candidate in 2016 and Hillary will be the Dumcrat candidate. Who care who wins, both excelled in deceptions money talks in the two party dictatorship.
  • pwilliepwillie Member Posts: 20,254 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Another ploy to get the illegal Hispanic vote![;)]
  • Removed at users request.Removed at users request. Member Posts: 3,027
    edited November -1
    A significant portion of the problem with our health care system can be traced back to the "free" care given to persons in our country illegally. So in a way you can thank them for the abortion that is Obamacare.

    Nothing will be done to send them home or dissuade more coming, it's obvious that the invasion is what the Party (Rep/Dem) wants.
  • AmishAmish Member Posts: 1,383 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    The Shocking Truth Behind Amnesty
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2KSIAwtors

    So much going on with the issue, and much more history behind it. Jeb is not hispanic for one thing.
  • RocklobsterRocklobster Member Posts: 7,060
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Mossbergboogie
    quote:Originally posted by Cameroon
    We need to enforce our immigration laws. However, as long
    as illegal immigrants are going to be used for political
    reasons, nothing is going to change. Borders are not political.
    Borders define the area of a country. That's why there are laws
    to control immigration. When a country does not enforce its own
    immigration laws for political gain then you could call that
    a political border. We can welcome anyone who enters this
    country legally. I will not be a party to giving someone a
    pat on the back for breaking the law because they need to
    provide for their family. You could use the same thought process
    for anyone who decides to rob a bank, steal from their neighbors,
    etc, etc.


    Whom have they exactly taken anything from? Robbing a bank is a theft of property.

    Not an apples to apples comparison at all.

    They have taken something from the paychecks of approximately 150 million American citizens who earned them.
  • DaveJDaveJ Member Posts: 395 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Our economy is a shambles and American citizens can't find full time employment as it is. Every illegal that's allowed into this country is another threat to the economic future of your children and grandchildren. It doesn't matter what it's like where they came from. If they don't like the way it is in their country, they should work to change their own country instead of coming here and turning ours into a sewer. Bottom line .......THEY DON"T BELONG HERE, ARE NOT WANTED HERE AND SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO STAY HERE.[}:)]
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