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  • Antifascist1
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    Are you steaming too?

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  • Houston
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    The cost of the Senate bill? S.2611 provides mechanisms to obtain funding for its programs directly from aliens applying for benefits, a realistic approach. The money required under the House bill to process, prosecute, incarcerate and deport millions of people comes out of the dreams of radical individuals, or should I say, out of the pockets of every taxpayer, including many who are considered criminals by the bill they support with their own contributions.

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  • mpodcsin
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    I am not a LieMaster, i'm just very happy he's gone, and let's not remember him, or he might come back and we sure don't want that to happen

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  • Engaged
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    no! we were just wondering where u were....

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  • mpodcsin
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    DID YOU GUYS MISS LIEMASTER???

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  • Engaged
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    where is LieMaster???

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  • Antifascist1
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    Yes, it is obvious from what we read above

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    http://www.fairus.org/site/PageServe...release5252006


    May 25, 2006

    FAIR Says Bill Senate Bill Exposes Deep Flaws In Immigration Policy Making
    Washington, DC"”The Federation for American Immigration Reform issued the following statement in the anticipation of the passage of the Senate immigration bill:

    The Senate today passed a "comprehensive immigration reform" bill that is neither comprehensive nor in any sense a true reform. This legislation -- were it enacted into law -- throws into question the legitimacy of the entire immigration system in the United States, and its formulation exposes deep flaws in the very process how immigration laws are made in this country.

    The approved bill would send the U.S. population skyrocketing towards a billion people by the close of the century -- with no analysis done of the impacts of this mass population explosion on housing, congestion, overcrowding, education, the environment and the overall quality of life. Local communities have not been consulted, and virtually no preparation has been undertaken to provide for the enormous burdens this legislation would entail. It reflects the degree to which the Senate is completely out of touch with the average American.

    Nor does the bill take any serious steps that would improve immigration enforcement -- especially in the interior. It merely continues a cycle of rewarding lawbreakers and clothing a loss of border control with the patina of legality. Rather than face the reality of today's immigration crisis, the Senate has enacted a terrible bill that once again puts the interests of the American people last. The bill's cost is staggering, the administrative burdens crushing and the consequences for the cohesion of the future American nation -- no longer bound by a common destiny of the rule of law -- are severe. FAIR will be stridently opposing any compromise with the House on this irresponsible and arrogant bit of legislating.

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  • Antifascist1
    started a topic FAIR STEAMING :D

    FAIR STEAMING :D



    http://www.fairus.org/site/PageServe...release5252006


    May 25, 2006

    FAIR Says Bill Senate Bill Exposes Deep Flaws In Immigration Policy Making
    Washington, DC"”The Federation for American Immigration Reform issued the following statement in the anticipation of the passage of the Senate immigration bill:

    The Senate today passed a "comprehensive immigration reform" bill that is neither comprehensive nor in any sense a true reform. This legislation -- were it enacted into law -- throws into question the legitimacy of the entire immigration system in the United States, and its formulation exposes deep flaws in the very process how immigration laws are made in this country.

    The approved bill would send the U.S. population skyrocketing towards a billion people by the close of the century -- with no analysis done of the impacts of this mass population explosion on housing, congestion, overcrowding, education, the environment and the overall quality of life. Local communities have not been consulted, and virtually no preparation has been undertaken to provide for the enormous burdens this legislation would entail. It reflects the degree to which the Senate is completely out of touch with the average American.

    Nor does the bill take any serious steps that would improve immigration enforcement -- especially in the interior. It merely continues a cycle of rewarding lawbreakers and clothing a loss of border control with the patina of legality. Rather than face the reality of today's immigration crisis, the Senate has enacted a terrible bill that once again puts the interests of the American people last. The bill's cost is staggering, the administrative burdens crushing and the consequences for the cohesion of the future American nation -- no longer bound by a common destiny of the rule of law -- are severe. FAIR will be stridently opposing any compromise with the House on this irresponsible and arrogant bit of legislating.
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