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  • La Raza Secretary of Illegal Alien Labor Slams Marco Rubio: Rubio's DREAM Act is 'half-cooked'


    "His notion of the DREAM Act would only provide you with residency and the ability to stay, go to school but not lead to a path to citizenship," Solis said.

    Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis called Sen. Marco Rubio's (R-Fla.) alternative to the DREAM Act "half-cooked" — noting that it provides no pathway to citizenship. "His notion of the DREAM Act would only provide you with residency and the ability to stay, go to school but not lead to a path to citizenship," Solis said.

    President Obama made another push Thursday at a Cinco de Mayo event at the White House, calling on Congress to take up the DREAM Act — a bill that would provide a pathway to citizenship for the children of illegal immigrants.

    Solis: Rubio's DREAM Act is 'half-cooked'

    politico.com
    By BYRON TAU |5/4/12 1:39 PM EDT


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    "I don't hear any [Republican] members except for Sen. Rubio coming forward — talking about a proposal that's half cooked," Solis said on MSNBC's "Andrea Mitchell Reports."

    Rubio's proposal, not yet a bill, allows the children of illegal immigrants to stay in the country and earn their residency, but it does not provide a pathway to citizenship. Rubio, himself a Cuban-American, is nevertheless the highest profile Republican supporter on immigration reform and a key figure in helping to improve the GOP's image among Hispanics.

    "His notion of the DREAM Act would only provide you with residency and the ability to stay, go to school but not lead to a path to citizenship," Solis said.

    Solis blamed the Republicans for the gridlock over Obama's preferred version of the DREAM Act, saying that "I think the public knows where the real stalemate is."

    "We don't have any players on the other side of the aisle going forward," Solis said. "That doesn't mean that we're going to give up because we're still going to be resilient."

    Democrats are convinced that GOP rhetoric on immigration, support for state-level anti-immigrant measures and their widespread abandonment of comprehensive immigration reform will hurt them among Hispanic voters in November.

    UPDATE: A Rubio spokesman emails: "We just don't create a new or special pathway to citizenship. Kids who qualify for Sen. Rubio's plan could eventually apply for residency and citizenship using the existing pathways."
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Secretary of Labor Solis: Rubio's DREAM Act is 'half-cooked' started by HAPPY2BME View original post
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      RELATED U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ILLEGAL ALIEN LABOR ALIPAC News ..

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      Hilda Solis likes to point out that so many companies were formed by immigrants and this is true. But the people she speaks of came through legal means.

      The argument that immigrants create jobs may be true, but any worker would naturally contribute to other jobs. There would be few differences in job-effects between a citizen and a foreign national having a job except the matter of nationality. Forgive a bit of nationalism but Americans should get the first chance at a job in this country. Citizenship should have some privileges.

      Importing more people to replace American workers is not going to create more jobs as much as activists like Ms. Solis say. It will cause Americans to have to compete with cheaper foreign labor being brought in and put many more Americans out of jobs.

      She has made agreements with many Latin countries to protect the rights of their citizens in this nation whether they are here with permission or not. Encouraging such unfair competition is not what might be expected of the Secretary of Labor.

      Her job title suggests that she should worry about helping American citizens with getting employed. Instead her writings and actions suggest that she is more loyal to Ethnic Solidarity than to this nation. (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rep-hilda ... 23933.html?)

      At the very least Hilda Solis is in the wrong agency. In Labor she is supposed to be working for the good of ALL citizens of the United States.

      She is not supposed to be discriminating in favor of her race or citizens of foreign lands. The "melting pot" means assimilation but it seems to people like Ms. Solis that is a dirty word.

      The Department of Labor should not be promoting importing foreign workers in a Depression. They especially have no business making agreements to protect illegal foreigner's rights over American citizens.

      http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/09/04/2 ... nomic.html
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      Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis Remarks as Prepared for Delivery
      National Council of La Raza Conference” Health Care Town Hall Forum
      Chicago, Illinois Sunday, July 26, 2009

      http://www.dol.gov/_sec/media/speeches/ ... _NCLRC.htm

      And it's always great to be with the National Council of La Raza.

      Before I begin, I wanted to thank Janet Murgua, the NCLR board and staff for the outstanding work they do each day on behalf of the Latino community and our country. NCLaRaza is a bedrock for the Latino community” committed to strengthening this great nation by promoting the advancement of Latino families. I am proud of what NCLR stands for and the work that your organization and affiliates across our country do everyday.
      Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis
      Remarks as Prepared for Delivery National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Gala
      Gala Theme: "A Legacy of Public Service" San Antonio, TexasJuly 13, 2010

      http://www.dol.gov/_sec/media/speeches/ ... 3_NCLR.htm

      It's inspiring to say that today NCLR is in 41 states, and Puerto Rico... and the District of Columbia.

      NCLaRaza is everywhere!

      That means that in virtually every part of this country, there are organizations that work for the advancement of our familias.
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