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  • aint_livin_off_me aint_livin_off_me Apr 21, 2013 8:53 PM Flag

    You do have to laugh at this one

    Obama pushing immigration saying the Boston bombing should help, not stop reform.
    They claim it will bring illegals out of hiding ( LOL They don't hide, just look at any demonstration ) and past terrorists were here on over stayed visas ( well they don't need reform to track them do they? We should be doing it now) But Obama feels that if they are all on welfare and food stamps, we will have their current address............LOL ( Barry, just look at school records, welfare and those getting free have 85%)
    Here is a proposal,
    Have every illegal go down and register and get a "Red" card.......start tracking them all. If in 6 months you don't have a "Red" card, and you get stopped, automatic deportation with no questions asked.
    Investigate all registered illegals and deport ANY with a criminal record or on welfare for other assistance.
    Any Muz get deported immediately.
    If you don't have a job or lose it you have 2 months to get one or get deported. Companies will be required to report any 'Red" card terminations. Illegals need to show they can sustain them self for 5 years without any Govt assistance and that includes buying medical Ins at the full rate.
    Any arrest or citation for a disturbance is immediate deportation.
    Red Card holders need to complete a questionnaire to be filed every year with their IRS tax form. Failure to file is immediate deportation.
    Illegals must show proof of Auto Ins.
    A red card holder can not accept any tuition subsidy.
    A Fine of $10,000 for breaking the immigration law must be paid within 7 years and any IRS refund goes to payment.
    After successfully completing the 7 year trial period, red card holders can begin the normal road to citizenship.
    If you do not agree with any of the terms, the bus leaves at 7AM

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    • "Obama pushing immigration"

      WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of senators unveiled on Monday a set of principles for comprehensive immigration legislation that includes a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million immigrants already in the country illegally, contingent on first securing the nation’s borders.

      Good morning, nitwit.

    • One big flaw in your plan. There are no pet projects and pork stuffed in it. You only address the problem. Our Govt does not work like that.
      But kudos for trying!

    • Obama just wants them on the assistance rolls so they vote DEM.
      That is a logical path, and one that would weed out the undesirables, but it will never , never happen.
      Send it to your congressman. I think Americans would accept that.

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