Well said. I agree completely. I don’t want Perry or anyone in the White House who thinks illegal immigration should be subsidized and who favors illegals over American citizens.
We have to form a coalition, Bernard. We need Perry.
Then you are on board with Governor Perry. He wants policy that does the same thing you want. He wants sanctuary cities abolished, no driver’s licenses for illegals and voter I.D. required to vote. Perry vetoed a bill that would have allowed the use of a matricula consular, which is an ID card used by the Mexican government, to get a driverâs license in Texas. Without a driver’s license, an illegal can’t do anything in Texas.
Perry supported Arizona when the Obama Administration sued to overturn Arizona law that wanted to check immigration status for law breakers.
The Texas Legislature determined the payment of in-state college tuition is available to all students who have lived in Texas for at least three years and graduated from a public high school. If you meet those requirements, you pay in-state tuition, whether you relocated from Oklahoma, Idaho, Canada or Mexico. The only difference is that Texas residents who arenât documented must be on the path to pursue U.S. citizenship to be allowed to pay in-state tuition. There were a number of reasons the bill received widespread support among conservatives. Importantly, it has never had a cost to Texas taxpayers. In fact, our institutions of higher learning would actually lose tens of millions of dollars in lost tuition payments if the law were repealed.