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Immigration Reform Would Make Sense If New Immigrants Were Not Eligible For Welfare Benefits

September 29, 2013

The U.S. House and Senate are considering an immigration reform bill. Critics of the legislation say that it will not do enough to secure our borders and that it grants amnesty to illegal immigrant....

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nytx33

Oct-09-13 7:36 PM

You have to understand how they think, not how they talk. Two very different things!

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Oelwyn

Oct-03-13 8:24 PM

The KOCH brothers are heavy contributors to GROVE CITY and many other schools under the stipulation that they approve Professors and curriculum.

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50s4ever

Oct-03-13 11:54 AM

No doubt about hard work or religion. But you forget they are like the Mafia cutting off heads and crossing themselves immediately after. A third of our prison pop, and what...? a hundred thousand gang members the same family loving immigrants?

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duckster

Oct-01-13 1:29 PM

BTW.. what's with this psychotic obsession between the PJ and Grove City College??? This institution is so backwards that only a few years ago Laura Bush was a commencement speaker... WTF?

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duckster

Oct-01-13 1:27 PM

Far be it from me to argue with those clear thinkers from that Harvard of PA, that Beacon of Clarity.. Grove City College .. However: the immigrants (illegal or legal) mostly want to WORK. They crave WORK and WORK very Hard. Contrary to public oppinion the immigrants (hispanics especially) have a very strong work ethic and revere FAMILY. Interestingly, they are also more religious than the average citizen. I have no problem with a welfare cut off for illegals, mostly because illegals do not want benefits in the first place... hmm

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50s4ever

Sep-30-13 6:56 AM

Thnose wonderful people who fear deportation....good. I suppose they wouldn't dream of using a fake ID or SS number either.

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50s4ever

Sep-30-13 6:55 AM

Looks like you're part of the problem Oley. Pay our own not to work, and bring in cheaper labor. Not to mention foreigners who have the same atttiude of our chronically unemployed and hate our country. Boston marathon anyone?

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Oelwyn

Sep-29-13 3:12 AM

addend:Illegal workers and their families that I have dealt with personally would not dream of applying for social benefits out of the fear of deportation and enforced disruption of their families.This enhances the exploitation and control over these folks by the employers,and very often their own countrymen,to to extort and demean them.I have been in the trenches with these people,even helped to dig them.You don't know-if you don't go.

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Oelwyn

Sep-29-13 2:53 AM

Immigration applicants must show evidence of financial security and positive viable income before consideration of legal entry status.Thus the "illegal" immigrant is encouraged by US employers skirting FICA and other financial regulations by hiring the undocumented people that keep them crossing the borders.Live in the South West and work in the construction trades and the truth is overwhelming.Wealthy "entrepeneurs"-( stand to lose the 'golden goose' with Immigration reform that would compel those laborers to pay TAXES-and force the EMPLOYERS to comply with existing regulations.The "Hooray for me! and XXXX you" business maxim.God Bless America!

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