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    AL-Dems don’t want to solve illegal immigration problem

    February 6, 2011

    Beason: Dems don’t want to solve illegal immigration problem
    By Sam Rolley
    The Cullman Times CULLMAN — Alabama Sen. Scott Beason (R-District 17) spoke at the Cullman County Republican Party breakfast on Saturday, focusing on the topic of illegal immigration and how he believes lawmakers can resolve the issue.

    The senator said that he believes that Alabama lawmakers are behind in enacting tough immigration laws — but that more Republican control throughout the state will allow immigration legislation to take precedent.

    “Democrats do not want to solve the illegal immigration problem because they know, this is a fact, that when more illegal immigrants move into an area, when their children grow up and get the chance to vote, they vote for Democrats,

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    "“The illegals are always praised for sending money back home, ‘they are so great’, ‘such family people’,

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    The senator said that he believes that Alabama lawmakers are behind in enacting tough immigration laws — but that more Republican control throughout the state will allow immigration legislation to take precedent.
    Steeper penalties and increased laws will solve the problem, although it might take a little time.

    The best place to start is with persons who aid immigrants and employers.
    When you aid and support criminals, you live a criminal life style yourself:

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    [quote="Justthefacts"]"“The illegals are always praised for sending money back home, ‘they are so great’, ‘such family people’,

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    It is the post ER, ongoing care, that is not acceptable. Treatments for chronic deseases such as dialysis, drug resistant TB, AIDS, Leprosy and cancer to name a few are being provided.
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    Lawmaker not apologizing for illegal immigration comments

    Posted: Feb 08, 2011 3:01 PM PST
    Updated: Feb 08, 2011 3:01 PM PST
    By Alan Collins

    BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - A Jefferson County lawmaker is not apologizing for comments made over the weekend about illegal immigration.

    Gardendale Senator Scott Beason was addressing Cullman County Republicans where he was quoted as saying, "Republicans need to empty the clip and do what needs to be done." Beason said the comment was taken out of context.

    "I think the problem is it was totally taken out of context," Beason said.

    Beason said he was criticizing Democrats for failing to address the problem.

    "It was a metaphor about dealing with the same issue over and over until you solve the problem. That is what I was talking about. I was frankly surprised there is such a controversy over something was that was clear to everyone there," Beason said.

    Isabel Rubio with the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama says there was a great deal of buzz about Beason's comments.

    "We were discouraged and saddened that elected officials would use that sort of rhetoric in public or even in private to about any community." Rubio said.

    Rubio says the recent violence in Arizona was linked to heated political rhetoric and that's why there was such concern about Beason.

    "Arizona was definitely on our mind when we hear a quote of such a volatile nature," Rubio said.

    Beason denied his comments were meant to incite violence.

    "No, absolutely not. I would never do that. People are people. No one would advocate violence. I didn't do that," Beason said.

    Beason says he does not back down from the comments because he does not want public officials to stop from commenting on controversial issues. But, the senator admits he probably will not make those comments again.


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    This "controversy" is being worked over at the AboveTopSecret website
    http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread660656/pg1
    Usually it's an even split for/against illegal invaders. There are many leftists on that website.

    Coto

    What part of "We don't owe our jobs to India" are you unable to understand, Senator?

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