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ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION and RACE TO THE ALTAR can people find a "fast track" to staying in the USA?

stevegtexas@aol.com 2012/05/10 16:00:13
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  • ~Adrien~ 2012/05/10 16:15:27
    ~Adrien~
    +3
    You know, if I cared about someone who wasn't a citizen, I would consider marrying them so they could stay. . .But there's a big difference between loving another person & illegals making their way into the country just to get the benefits and take our jobs. There is a process in place to obtain citizenship for a reason. . .

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  • ajracestables1 2012/05/15 16:53:01
    ajracestables1
    +1
    People do what they want and do what they have to do to get what they want.
  • stevegt... ajraces... 2012/07/25 18:17:08
  • Mimosa 2012/05/11 20:48:24
    Mimosa
    +1
    sometimes they can
  • Andrew 2012/05/11 19:29:55
    Andrew
    +1
    My opinion is that people have to come here legally.
  • stevegt... Andrew 2012/07/25 18:17:42
  • rknothead 2012/05/11 05:27:57
    rknothead
    +1
    I don't believe the problem is marriage to become a citizen. But rather the abuse of our system by aliens, both legal and illegal that is taking probably Billions of tax $ away from us tax paying legal citizens. I married a foreigner while she was here on a business visa. It took us at least twelve 500 mile round trips for her to get a green card after 2 yrs and finally citizenship after 7 yrs. During that time, she never drew a single $ from either federal or state govt to help cover any costs. While others use their immigrant status to get lower tax rates and credits, free health care, free education, food stamps, housing vouchers, low interest loans to start small businesses, that compete unfairly with US citizen owned businesses. So the problem is two fold. Secure our borders from illegal immigration, and close loopholes and laws that favor immigrants over legal US citizens.
  • stevegt... rknothead 2012/05/11 14:51:09
  • rknothead stevegt... 2012/05/11 15:15:13
    rknothead
    +1
    That could be very true. Education is much coveted in many foreign countries, where as our liberal leaning system does little to improve or even instill this desire in US families. The teacher's unions are more interested in getting more benefits and retirements for teachers than worry about a better education system for our children.
  • stevegt... rknothead 2012/07/25 18:18:31
  • svenn13 2012/05/11 01:19:03
    svenn13
    Africa is called “the Black continent” EVERY DAY. But nobody is saying “Africa is not a Black continent! There is no Black country!”

    China is called “the Yellow giant” EVERY DAY. But nobody is saying “Asia is not a Yellow country! There is no Yellow country!”

    Israel is called “the Jewish State” EVERY DAY. But nobody is saying “Israel is not a Jewish State! There is no Jewish State!”

    Anti-Whites like YOU complain ONLY when EVERY White country and ONLY White countries are called “a White country”.

    You say you are anti-racist. What you are is anti-White.
    Anti-racist is a code word for anti-White.
  • stevegt... svenn13 2012/05/11 14:53:13 (edited)
  • stevegt... svenn13 2012/07/25 18:19:37
  • Tennessee3501 2012/05/11 01:17:40
    Tennessee3501
    +1
    Just see the movie "The Proposal" with Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds and Betty White! It will answer all your questions!
  • stevegt... Tenness... 2012/07/25 18:20:36
  • Tenness... stevegt... 2012/07/25 22:09:53
    Tennessee3501
    I would love to have the opportunity to try and "score."
  • Independent Thinker 2012/05/10 22:10:33
    Independent Thinker
    +1
    If two people want to marry then that is ok with me. If the reason is illegal immigration then so be it.
  • EddyGee53 2012/05/10 21:26:39
    EddyGee53
    +1
    Perhaps we can offer Illegal Immigration with sterilization as the price of admission.
  • stevegt... EddyGee53 2012/05/11 14:54:17
  • EddyGee53 stevegt... 2012/05/12 13:01:47
    EddyGee53
    +1
    So is the invasion of illegal immigrants that are breaking our laws and destroying our economy. Let's take away one avenue of bypassing our laws and see if the wetbacks are willing to pay the price of a fast tracked admission.
  • stevegt... EddyGee53 2012/07/25 18:21:56
  • EddyGee53 stevegt... 2012/07/28 13:39:25
    EddyGee53
    Or they could be Drug Runners, Criminals looking for fertile territory, or opportunist that know we are ripe for the picking! It doesn't matter! We are a nation of laws and that means those that break them should be punished.
  • Ron in Oregon 2012/05/10 18:43:40
    Ron in Oregon
    +1
    Donning it the legal way is so much better than climbing a fence to just get into a ghetto.
  • Margaret Jacobson 2012/05/10 17:40:53
    Margaret Jacobson
    Anything is possible......Back in 1976 - 1977 I dated a Doctor from northern spain, he went to college in Peru and medical school in Paraguay. He aqnd a doctor friend came to baltimore md. "My friend" Javiar KNEW a young woman who came here from spain on a visa (VACATION) at age 18 or 19 yrs. SHE NEVER LEFT...She recieved medicaid, social services payments a "room" which she shared with another woman......She worked for "cash" cleaning houses (embasssy row ?) ...Went to school and recieved her college education + Advanced degrees?...GOT MARRIED...had BABY, GOT A HIGH PAYING JOB AT GODDARD SPACE CENTER (when she married after being here for years, she became LEGAL).........I was making about $20,000 a year.......She was making over $100,000 a year......Her education was paid for by taxpayers ....She and her husband LIVED IN AN EXPENASIVE AREA OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY....THIS area is where many congressman and diplomats send their children. This is where Jimmy Carter sent his daughter AMY to go to school !!.......THIS WAS SOMEONE WHO WAS LITERAQLLY PICKED UP AND GIVEN THE "GOLDEN FAST TRACK" TO CITIZENSHIP !!! ALMOST forgot she brought her mother and sister here for the same treatment, after 2 years here !!....food stamps, ssi, medical, rent subsidies (in 1 week after arriving here)
  • stevegt... Margare... 2012/05/11 14:55:03
  • POWERSHAKER 2012/05/10 16:22:51
  • Warrior Dude 2012/05/10 16:20:53
  • ~Adrien~ 2012/05/10 16:15:27
    ~Adrien~
    +3
    You know, if I cared about someone who wasn't a citizen, I would consider marrying them so they could stay. . .But there's a big difference between loving another person & illegals making their way into the country just to get the benefits and take our jobs. There is a process in place to obtain citizenship for a reason. . .
  • Nonpart... ~Adrien~ 2012/05/10 16:32:18
    Nonpartisan
    +1
    I know some people who have been here legally for many years and are still patiently waiting for the glacial slow process to obtain Citizenship while they see others, who are also legally here be processed around, and before, them. It seems to be obvious that the whole process has much room for improvement, and that has absolutely nothing to do with jobs or marriage, and whether someone is legally here or not.

    Just because you marry a Citizen does not make you a citizen, that should be understood by everyone, since I noticed that you brought Citizenship into the question, when it is not directly related to this issue, as I said Citizenship can be a very long and unpleasant wait for even the most patient of us, in the best of circumstances.
  • ~Adrien~ Nonpart... 2012/05/10 16:43:28
    ~Adrien~
    +1
    I definitely agree, the system (the government) is fatally flawed. . . And in a sense, we're all immigrants to some degree (or our ancestors were) so I understand that people still want to come here and attain the opportunity for a life of liberty and happiness. I don't know if there's a quick way of staying here if you aren't a citizen, unless you marry a citizen, or attain employment by someone who will do what it takes to keep you here. . . but perhaps if the gov't could spend more time accepting people as legal citizens, rather than chasing down those who are just coming here illegally, maybe that process would go faster??
  • JoLost ~Adrien~ 2012/05/10 16:49:20
    JoLost
    +1
    Absolutely!!
  • stevegt... ~Adrien~ 2012/05/11 14:55:26
  • mrdog 2012/05/10 16:14:04
    mrdog
    It has always been true...bark

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