Hillary, "No woman is illegal"

Hillary, "No woman is illegal"

If that's the case, there is no crime, and we should let all prisoners held in prison free. There is no right and wrong. Hallelujah!
We are no longer a sovereign nation. Open the borders - Health care and college for everyone!

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Submitted by Main Stream on Sun, 01/13/2008 - 4:17pm.

beav and not again...

It’s unfortunate that you’re attempting to twist one comment she made and use this to try and discredit her overall stance on illegal immigration. And everyone wonders why she, and all politicians, act so guarded and controlled in public. – maybe it is because they don’t want their casual comments DISTORTED.

If you do some research comparing both Hillary and Huckabee, you’ll find that they BOTH want significant controls placed on immigration. Some interesting facts emerge, however, that show Huckabee actually acting like a bleeding-heart liberal (goodness!), by backing or proposing several bills that are pro-illegal immigrant, that provide even more incentive for illegals to cross the border:

1) Sponsored a resolution, adopted by the Southern Governors Association, which, among other things, recommended implementing a farm labor system to IMPORT farm workers from Canada and Mexico.

2) Proposed a bill that would have allowed children of undocumented immigrants who graduated high school to qualify to receive a STATE SCHOLARSHIP to attend an Arkansas college. That bill didn't pass the state legislature.

3) As governor of Arkansas, OPPOSED a proposal banning state-funded services to illegal immigrants.

WOW! Sounds like liberal policy to me, Huckabee!

HILLARY'S stand on illegal immigration:

“After 9/11, we've got to know who's in this country. And then giving them a chance to pay a fine, pay back taxes, learn English and stand in line to be eligible for a legal status in this country."
"I'm in favor of comprehensive immigration reform, which includes tightening our border security, sanctioning employers to employ undocumented immigrants, helping our communities deal with the costs that come from illegal immigration, getting the 12 million or so immigrants out of the shadows. That's very important to me.”

I would love to see additional facts that will provide us, as voters, more valid information on the candidates, so that we can make intelligent choices this year, when we all go to the polls, instead of knee-jerk posts and one-liners from candidates, that tell us nothing.

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