Well, then I have to give you a thanks, however just because you opposed it as you say, "in its current form" I have no doubt that you would support it if the things you don't like were changed.
Another amnesty is NOT what we need right now. Although I am torn of those that served in our armed forces. If the bill could be cleaned up to let them in but not their extended family, then I would consider it.
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Alexis de Tocqueville
Obama announces his intention to push for immigration reform next year:
POLITICO Forums:Congress: Obama vows immigration push - POLITICO.com
His chances are somewhere between slim and none. Illegals will continue to live in the shadows for the remainder of their lives.
If a Republican controlled House and a thinly held Democratic Senate were able to agree on immigration reform, it would be great thing, an important advance for our country. Here's hoping that Obama can make it happen.
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