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  • BUCKING MAJORITY RULE, GLOBALIST TEXAS RINOS CONCEDE MASS DEPORTATION 'NOT PRACTICAL' - Texas GOP Oks more-lenient immigration platform


    Many of the more than 6,000 delegates assembled in Fort Worth had objected to the platform, complaining it was "ambiguous at best, liberal at worst."

    The Texas Republican Convention has approved a party platform on immigration conceding that mass deportation of illegal immigrants isn't practical and calling for "common ground" to develop more-realistic strategies.

    FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -
    Posted: Jun 08, 2012
    By WILL WEISSERT

    But supporters said the language allows Texas to lead the nation on immigration solutions, rather than simply listing problems generated by it.

    The platform sanctions a national temporary worker program to bring foreigners to America when jobs are available.

    A series of motions to replace the proposed platform with the state GOP's more-traditional, hardline stances against illegal immigration all failed late Friday night.

    After that, the full platform was voted on and approved with little objection.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Texas GOP Oks more-lenient immigration platform started by HAPPY2BME View original post
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    1. JohnDoe2's Avatar
      JohnDoe2 -
      . . . Despite softening the previous platform’s tougher language, however, the platform still calls for limiting citizenship-by-birth to those born to U.S citizens, denying welfare benefits to those who cannot prove citizenship and encouraging legislation to prohibit public-school enrollment by “non-citizens unlawfully present in our nation.” . . .

      @ Illegal immigration, raw milk and motherhood. Only in the GOP platform
    1. janetht's Avatar
      janetht -
      Quote Originally Posted by JohnDoe2 View Post
      . . . Despite softening the previous platform’s tougher language, however, the platform still calls for limiting citizenship-by-birth to those born to U.S citizens, denying welfare benefits to those who cannot prove citizenship and encouraging legislation to prohibit public-school enrollment by “non-citizens unlawfully present in our nation.” . . .

      @ Illegal immigration, raw milk and motherhood. Only in the GOP platform
      We got nothing at the state convention, it's in the plank to make us feel like we got something. #1 on the plank was "secure our borders", even the democrat platform has that, the activist groups say that, because they know they have to to garner any support. They also don't mean it. When Obama sent 1,200 national guard troops to the border, there were protests that was discriminatory. The meat of this isthe temporary worker program. We have a guest worker program, it's known as a "visa" and we have visas for anyone coming in this country legally. HB-1 authorizes 65,000 visas a year, with an additional 20,000 for extraodinary skills, with different lengths of time to be here. With 8% unemployment, how many guest workers do we need in this country? Last year, we admitted 1.67 million immigrants into this country, half of which are not employed (spouses, dependents, students). As far the fees & fines they mention that will self-fund this travesty, when IRCA was passed in 1986, it was supposed to be self-funding, it cost the American taxpayer close to $1 billion over a ten year period in fraud. Rest assured, this plank will become part of the national Republican Party platform at the national convention in August. At that point, since both the democrat and republican platforms will read the same on this issue, comprehensive immigration reform (amnesty) won't be a problem to pass, no matter who is in the white house next year. And this won't be the last amnesty that is granted. Five years after IRCA became law, the pro-amnesty forces pushed for another amnesty and they haven't stopped since.