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    Re: California court rules illegal immigrants can pay in-state tuition

    These judges are insane with power. They redifine logic and completely ignore their oath to uphold the Constitution. They are basically saying since we won't pass laws to give these people amnesty they are going to bypass us and unilaterally give them amnesty by conferring rights to them as a citizen. They aren't interpreting anything. They are making it up. Law enforcement needs to refuse to comply. Somebody make a stand against this nonsense.

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    Re: California court rules illegal immigrants can pay in-state tuition

    Hmm, interesting.

    I took it just the opposite - the fact that they expect poor illegals to pay for college is actually a step away from our recent trends towards supporting them on the taxpayers dime.

    Or am I missing something?
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    Re: California court rules illegal immigrants can pay in-state tuition

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    I bet you'd be quick to stand up for a murderer who used a gun, because conservatives LOVE guns, am I right guys?

    First off, "never paid taxes on" would be a strange charge when the taxes WERE paid via withholdings from paychecks. Next, the IRS could probably figure out that Deuce T Deuceson could not possibly hold a job in Minnesota and a job in Arizona simultaneously. Yes, it would suck for the person who had their SSN stolen... assuming that's what actually happened.

    Nowhere did I state that I support this activity. Any more baseless slander you'd like to level against me?



    Could you point out the part where I said I was in favor of stealing social security numbers?
    No I say kill the SOB that used a weapon to kill someone with. I am not a believer in God but do believe in "Eye for an Eye". Yes I do love weapons and believe that its the right of every law abiding citizen to own one. I also think these low life scum thugs that kill, rob and rape, the liberals love to protect, should be shot down in the street when they are caught.

    Have you ever had to deal with the IRS because they are not so easy to talk to? At the very least you would be audited and its is a big deal and expensive even if you have done nothing wrong. Can you pull out 7 years of recipients you claimed on you taxes? And would you like to just because a illegal stole your SS number.

    You support this activity when you support illegals being here in the first place. Its not slander when its true. Learn what the word means before you throw it out there son.

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    Re: California court rules illegal immigrants can pay in-state tuition

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian
    Oh, well... that makes it all better then.
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    Could you point out the part where I said I was in favor of stealing social security numbers?
    Only if you first point out where I accused of saying it.

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    Re: California court rules illegal immigrants can pay in-state tuition

    And here is is trying to weasel his way out...lol
    Asked by reporters if his plan to implement the rest of the recommendations meant he would push for a state law granting in-state tuition for illegal immigrants, Patrick said Massachusetts would need changes in federal law for that to happen.

    “Well, my understanding is ... there is a federal law that is in the way of that, and without a change in the federal law we can’t do it on our own,” said Patrick, who promised to push for the proposal while running for his first term. “I’d like to see that federal law changed.”
    If there is a federal law preventing MA from doing it, why doesn't it prevent CA from doing it?

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    Re: California court rules illegal immigrants can pay in-state tuition

    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Spiker View Post
    Hmm, interesting.

    I took it just the opposite - the fact that they expect poor illegals to pay for college is actually a step away from our recent trends towards supporting them on the taxpayers dime.

    Or am I missing something?
    So just because they didn't give them completely free tuition it represents progress for you? Let's think about it, you identify someone as ILLEGAL and say no problem, I'll overlook that and in fact how about some benefits usually reserved for citizens. Tell more of your friends to come on over. We love giving away tax payers money to visitors to our land. The mere fact that ILLEGALS get indenfied as such and law enforcement and the government do nothing to enforce the law is irresponsibility beyond description.

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