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States’ Immigration Laws Fill Leadership Void Left by President and Congress

November 24, 2011
Armstrong Williams, Breitbart

Is it possible to be pro-immigration in this country and still support the principles of the State of Alabama’s immigration laws, dubbed some of the strictest in the nation? Absolutely. Sound paradoxical?

Not at all.

Being pro-immigration shouldn’t mean that you are an advocate of illegal immigration. It just means that you are sympathetic to the needs, dreams, and goals of those who come to our country to make better lives for themselves and their families. Try looking at it from their perspective; imagine if all you were trying to do was make a better life for you and your family. You too would do whatever it takes to make that a reality, and that’s all they wish to achieve. People can have these dreams and come into our country the right way, coming up with solutions to stop or slow the influx of illegal’s will help allay the belief that illegal immigrants are stealing American jobs and degrading our society.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. November 24, 2011 11:08 pm

    Correct and lets leave it there BUT we need to change some laws and tradition. First the border is a Federal issue and state have a right to demand protection. Second, this appears silly but most important.
    Federal decision on immigration most be placed to a vote of the States since certain states are more exposed then others. Did I forget Congress? Of course not that is the most important. The voters of a state have the right to demand, in writing, that their representative
    consider issues on how it effect their state. If a hot issue like immigration have them pledge first or put it to the State ballot. In fact I am for a Referendum by the Federal government on locked issues. The present issue should have gone to REFERENDUM LONG AGO.

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