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Obama to ease restrictions on returning immigrants

The Obama administration is expected to announce Friday a change to immigration policies that would ease restrictions on illegal immigrants trying to re-enter the country after applying for legal status.... Read more»

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Jan 6, 2012, 1:05 pm
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little by little day by day this Prez never ceases to amaze me. Rewards for breaking the law only encourages more illegals.  Just in time for pandering to hispanics for the re_election of the marxists. He isnt stupid, just anti american and anti constitution.  His recent speech telling us that he can drive around congress when making new legislation and rules should alert us all as to his intentions. This should outrage any thinking person. You are illegal, you go home, you get a waiver and can return during your application process.  Very clever.  Yet another form of backdoor amnesty. I bet eric barry and big Sis had a good time figuring this one out.  Slaps on the back all around. Har Har, we will get our unamerican way any way we can.  This one tops them all. Come on over illegally, go back home, and now you can come back. No problems. Hope and change. Change for sure and almost all of it a resounding Potus takeover.

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Jan 6, 2012, 1:14 pm
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blah blah blah…

I’ll admit, I was taken in by the headline. But, once I saw the author I stopped reading. So, if the Sentinel or whomever counts how read this is by the amount of mouse clicks have them go ahead and subtract one from that number.

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Jan 6, 2012, 3:18 pm
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Which Presidential candidate will stop the illegal immigration, into this sovereign nation? OR DO THEY ONLY CARE ABOUT VOTES AND CHEAP LABOR?

Investigate what you can do for 22 million jobless American workers and how to contain President Obama from his discretionary means to alter immigration laws.  A new amnesty according to the ‘Heritage Foundation’ would add another $2.6 TRILLION DOLLARS to the financial U.S. Treasury ceiling of $15 TRILLION DOLLARS and rising daily. We must arrest the abuse of the Department of Justice against states, trying to survive, under the welfare bombardment of illegal aliens. Only the TEA PARTY and not the two old, tired established parties will enforce immigration laws. Only the Tea Party will build the real two parallel fences, prosecute city officials compliant with Sanctuary Cities and additionally restrain a federal DREAM bill. Only the TEA PARTY will press for the mandatory 'Legal Workforce Act,’ E-Verify and secondary the 'Birthright Citizenship Bill.’ Only the TEA PARTY will cut short any further contempt by this administration for the U.S. Constitution and the undermining of the Congressional voices. Everything you need to know is located at these Non-profit, Pro-Sovereignty organizations. www.numbersusa.com, www.americanpatrol.com &  http://www.fairus.org websites. The legal website of www.judicialwatch.org will open up your eyes to the corruption hidden within the confines of Washington and the state Capitol hierarchy, who are spending trillions of your dollars with impunity. JOIN YOUR LOCAL TEA PARTY AND CONTACT THE SENATE AND HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES AND DEMAND MANDATORY E-VERIFY   (H.R. 2885) AND THE BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP BILL ( H.R.140) CALL THE WASHINGTON AT 202-224-3121

KEEP YOUR VOTE SAFE! ILLEGAL ALIENS WILL VOTE IN ALL ELECTIONS.

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