Friday, November 14, 2008

On Immigration Reform Under President Obama

Rupa Dev at New American Media has an interesting story about the prospects for immigration reform in an Obama administraion.  It begins:  "The results of elections 2008 are good news for immigration reform. It's not just the election of Barack Obama, say advocates. From the Senate to Congress, immigration failed as a wedge issue. And some anti-immigrant candidates have lost their seats. "

KJ

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/immigration/2008/11/on-immigration.html

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The kind of "reform" that's needed is that immigration law has to be consistently enforced. After all, it does serve a purpose, and Americans are taxed to pay people who are supposed to do that. I don't think that, via the incompetence and/or dereliction of those responsible, Americans ought to be confronted with the fait accompli of millions of illegals in their country, and then be rhetorically bludgeoned with words like 'hate', 'racism', 'xenophobia', etc into accepting such a huge and uninvited population.

Posted by: eh | Nov 15, 2008 12:27:38 PM

Barak Obama, our first boy president ("boy" as in "boy wonder" and "boy genius").

Posted by: David Torres | Nov 15, 2008 8:09:03 PM

ALIENS GO HOME!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: ROB | Nov 21, 2008 11:57:45 PM

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