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Thread: New DHS rules cancel deportations

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    Re: New DHS rules cancel deportations

    Quote Originally Posted by RiverDad View Post
    Huh? I DID post a link to the full opinion piece.



    Krugman shifts gears and talks about the role that immigrants are having on growing inequality. That's not the subject under discussion, so it's irrelevant to the topic. The second part of the paragraph involves Krugman slamming the Bush Administration for their Medicare polices. I realize that that section gave you a woody, but, you know, Bush has been out of office for 3 years, so the issue of liberals reminiscing about getting wood when reading Bush Administration criticisms also doesn't have much to do with the topic.
    The import of the part you didn't quote is that, while it's a bit of a problem for low-wage Americans, it's really not that big of a problem. Of course the op-ed was also written in '06 when there were far more illegals in the country.

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    Re: New DHS rules cancel deportations

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    The import of the part you didn't quote is that, while it's a bit of a problem for low-wage Americans, it's really not that big of a problem. Of course the op-ed was also written in '06 when there were far more illegals in the country.
    I think RiverDads posts have set a new record for flip-flopping; twice in about 5 or 6 posts.

    All we need to make this official is for RiverDad to declare Krugman a liberal Obama-lover who can't be believed
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    Justice Thomas' opinions consistently contain precise, detailed constitutional analyses.
    Quote Originally Posted by jaeger19 View Post
    the vast majority of folks that need healthcare are on Medicare.. both rich and poor..

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