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Published: Monday, July 8 2013 1:30 p.m. MDT

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1conservative
WEST VALLEY CITY, UT

The lobbyists for illegal and unethical business interests will be putting everything they can into lobbying the House for the current "amnesty" bill. Yes, thats what it is no matter what they call it.

We already have 20 million of our own citizens out of work. They need jobs first.

Why should we be rewarding lawbreakers?

Why should businesses who follow the laws/rules have to compete against other businesses who don't?

Politicians keep saying the system is "broken" (Sen. Hatch for one), whats broken? Why not just enforce the current laws?

If ANOTHER amnesty bill is passed, the Repubs. can forget about ever winning another election. Hispanics have always voted democrat.

Amnesty advocates who claim that "Republicans MUST pass an immigration (amnesty) bill use that tactic, along with many others to try to convince lawmakers to provide amnesty for lawbreakers.

RichardB
Murray, UT

If any party loses votes, it will be the Democrats in red states. Obama has already dumped Obama care until after the election. Immigration and Obama care are bigger concerns than the Hispanics who have never voted Republican.

Telling them they will lose the election if they don't allow 32 million new Democrats in the next 10 years seems rather silly.

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