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'Dreamers' taking American jobs




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June 18, 2012 | 1,508 views | 2 comments

By George Rodriguez
President, South Texas Policital Alliance

The Obama policy changes designed to help "Dream Act" students are another attempted "end run" on Congress. It is nothing more than political theater. As soon as all the "fawning" by the liberals and the main stream press ends (particularly Spanish language news media), we will see that all this policy does is dump almost 1 million news workers into the economy to compete with American workers during the biggest recession in a century.

All of the college age Americans who recently acquired a degree must now compete for jobs with these "Dreamers" who are not citizens. Furthermore, this is a temporary solution put forth by a desperate President who is more interested in being re-elected than in finding long term solutions. It is pure political pandering to Hispanics, and it further divides America racially.

The "Texas Solution" authored by the GOP at the state convention protects American workers. It stops illegal immigration and enforces the law, it allows for a temporary worker program, and it begins the conversation to clarify section 1 of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution which allows citizenship by birth. The Texas Solution will begin the process to fix the immigration problem permanently, instead of a "pretend" policy like Obama's band aid solution.
 
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The Marcelina Muse  
Dry Tank, TX  
June 19, 2012 11:15am
 
Can anything this alleged president does reach the level of impeachment. Apparently he is exempt. He shreds the Constitution, ignores existing laws, assumes power given to the legislative branch, ignores the rulings of the judicial ... More ›

 
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Floresville  
June 18, 2012 2:34pm
 
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