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Perry defends stance on Fed, immigration
Political Ticker - CNN ^ | 082011 | Shawna Shepherd

Posted on 08/21/2011 4:30:39 PM PDT by Fred

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As governor of the state that shares the largest border with Mexico, Perry defended his record on immigration, including his support for allowing illegal immigrants to get in-state tuition rates at Texas universities but opposing such a law on a national level.

"I'm a big believer in the 10th amendment," Perry said. "Whether they allow for tuition increases or decreases or whatever it might be in that state, it needs to be the states making that decisions."

Perry wouldn't wade into a national immigration reform debate, deferring to his position that those decisions should be made on the state level, "not by the federal government making one size-fits-all."

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TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Crime/Corruption; Government; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: arizona; everify; illegals; janbrewer; laraza; maldef; perry; perrytards; rinofreeamerica; sb1070; shootingfromthelip; texas; texican
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Schwarzenegger, Perry, Napolitano, Richardson urge "comprehensive" immigration reform
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/bloggers/2763274 /posts?page=1

Perry seems confused...which is it states rights or comprehensive open borders reform???

Now don't be gettin all ugly on me just cuz I stated the facts y'all...

1 posted on 08/21/2011 4:30:45 PM PDT by Fred
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To: Fred

I disagree with Perry on this one, but it isn’t a deal breaker for me.


2 posted on 08/21/2011 4:34:48 PM PDT by comebacknewt (Sheesh. Go away and stay away Newt.)
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To: comebacknewt
"including his support for allowing illegal immigrants to get in-state tuition rates at Texas universities"

Deal.
Breaker!

3 posted on 08/21/2011 4:37:39 PM PDT by Yossarian ("All the charm of Nixon. All the competency of Carter." - SF Chronicle comment post on Obama)
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To: Fred

Say its not so... Perry a RINO or worse a Poseur!!!!

He does say what I want to hear though...
He talks real good...

I loved the Geithner is a traitor stuff.. its true too..
Perry (THEN) is crooning the same tune as George Bush on illegal insurgents..


4 posted on 08/21/2011 4:39:26 PM PDT by hosepipe (This propaganda has been edited to include some fully orbed hyperbole...)
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To: Yossarian

grant money also in TX and NM


5 posted on 08/21/2011 4:39:29 PM PDT by magna carta
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To: hosepipe

Not really. He wants the border secured, Bush did not.


6 posted on 08/21/2011 4:41:54 PM PDT by jospehm20
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To: jospehm20

If Perry wanted the border secured the Texas National Guard would already be doing it.


7 posted on 08/21/2011 4:42:57 PM PDT by Lurker (The avalanche has begun. The pebbles no longer have a vote.)
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To: Yossarian

New Mexico residents pay in state rates at Texas Tech also.


8 posted on 08/21/2011 4:43:29 PM PDT by jospehm20
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To: comebacknewt

It will BREAK America.

LLS


9 posted on 08/21/2011 4:43:38 PM PDT by LibLieSlayer (Certified Al Palin Hobbit Terrorist)
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To: Yossarian

But as a PA resident, I really don’t care how TX blows it’s tax dollars. If a state wants to run itself into the ground, let them. If Texans didn’t like this gimme for illegals, they could have done something about it.

At least with Perry, you wouldn’t have the Justice Dept rolling into states challenging their decisions like in the AZ situation.


10 posted on 08/21/2011 4:44:18 PM PDT by Lazlo in PA (Now living in a newly minted Red State.)
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To: Lurker

We already spend a good bit of Texas money on border security. Perhaps the feds should pay for a bit of their responsibility.


11 posted on 08/21/2011 4:45:09 PM PDT by jospehm20
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To: Fred
One man in Greenville confronted the candidate about his ties to the other party and later told CNN that Perry acknowledged he didn't support Ronald Reagan in 1976 and 1980. The man, a Republican, remained unconvinced, "as though the time distance nullifies his philosophy?"

Presumably he meant 1980 and 1984. That means that in 3 successive Presidential contests, "diehard conservative" Perry supported Carter, Mondale, and Gore. After 1989, Perry was a nominal Republican, but only 4 years ago, his choice was the "Republican" most like a Demonrat: Rudy Giuliani.

It's astounding the way the Republican sheeple have been conned by this guy, without looking at his history.

12 posted on 08/21/2011 4:47:20 PM PDT by hellbender
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To: comebacknewt
Ok, we have...

- Texas Dream Act

- TX governor panders to 'The Race'

- Rick Perry's NAFTA Superhighway Problem

- Texas Gov: Arizona Immigration Law 'Not Right' for Texas

...and we want to put this guy to LEAD our country in STOPPING ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION?

OK, I HAVE A VERY VERY BIG 'ISLAND' I WANT TO SELL YA!

13 posted on 08/21/2011 4:48:49 PM PDT by The Bronze Titan
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To: jospehm20

I’m struck by just how much Obama and the MSM must fear Perry, because we are getting flooded with these articles. I don’t know enough about the guy, but all I know is that the Washington Post is running several negative articles a DAY about the guy, including a number of first page above-the-fold pieces.


14 posted on 08/21/2011 4:49:34 PM PDT by rockvillem
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To: Fred
"I'm a big believer in the 10th amendment," Perry said. "Whether they allow for tuition increases or decreases or whatever it might be in that state, it needs to be the states making that decisions."

Meanwhile, Perry blames the Feds for not closing the border in his state. Typical Tricky Rick tactic, trying to have it both ways.

15 posted on 08/21/2011 4:49:34 PM PDT by hellbender
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To: jospehm20

What exactly does your response to me have to do with your assertion that Perry believes in securing the border? I can’t see any relaton between them at all.

If Perry wanted a secure border between Mexico and Texas he could have had it already. Therefore, he doesn’t want one.


16 posted on 08/21/2011 4:50:02 PM PDT by Lurker (The avalanche has begun. The pebbles no longer have a vote.)
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To: Lurker
He did not have the authority since it must be approved by the Federal Government, primarily the Administration.
17 posted on 08/21/2011 4:51:41 PM PDT by Logical me
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To: jospehm20
Not really. He wants the border secured, Bush did not.

And what does "Secured" mean according to Perry?

Does it mean no more illegals coming across?

IF so, why doesn't he want a fence or wall?

How come he is against E-Verify?



How come he is against AZ1070?

How come his State Police practice Sanctuary policies, the same policies he and his staff have called the City of Houston out on?
18 posted on 08/21/2011 4:52:52 PM PDT by SoConPubbie
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To: Logical me

The Texas National Guard answers to Governor Perry unless they’ve been called up by the President. Nice try.


19 posted on 08/21/2011 4:53:22 PM PDT by Lurker (The avalanche has begun. The pebbles no longer have a vote.)
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To: Lazlo in PA

The company Perry keeps
http://www.nclr.org/index.php/issues_and_programs/immigration/state_local_immigration_initiatives/arizona-related_legislative_developments/2010_highlights/governors/


20 posted on 08/21/2011 4:57:52 PM PDT by Fred ('Just cus I said it, don't mean I meant it'....Obamaism)
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To: Lurker

Lurker

Perry put some of the Texas National Guard on the border as well as some Texas Rangers.

Texas can only do so much without bankrupting our state.
Our state is doing as much as it can with Texas Taxpayer Money and the Feds whose responsibility it is to do it will not.

There is another problem the Governor has been dealing with as well as our State and that is that the Feds are sending the illegals (rounded up ones) to our state to be housed in our prisons and they are not paying for that either or not enough. That burden is also falling on Texas Taxpayers.

I have a question for those who think Perry is soft on illegal immigration:

Who in the Republican GOP running for office is tough on illegal immigration? And what state is that candidate from?


21 posted on 08/21/2011 4:58:42 PM PDT by TexMom7
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To: Lurker

In the 1st place, securing the international border is not a state responsibility. In the real world, Texas simply can’t afford to do it. No state can, that is also the reason the AZ national guard is not on their border 24/7 in sufficient force to shut it down. I suppose you think Gov. Brewer is an open borders person also? Maybe if the feds would actually do what they are supposed to do we could have a secure border. Securing the border is a national responsibility, and the feds simply refuse to do it. Look at what the feds did to AZ when they tried to simply help enforce immigration law.


22 posted on 08/21/2011 5:01:37 PM PDT by jospehm20
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To: hellbender

Reagan began his political career as a liberal Democrat, admirer of Franklin D. Roosevelt, and an active supporter of New Deal policies and then he governed as a Republican and then he ran for POTUS and the Washington elite hated him and was forced to take him.

Perry is no longer a liberal and he articulates conservatism very well. I find it hard to believe that he is a liberal or a RINO and once again, you have the same Washington elites attacking him because he is not moderate enough.


23 posted on 08/21/2011 5:07:53 PM PDT by klimeckg ("The penalty good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men.")
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To: Fred
Company he keeps? All of those listed straight up condemned the bill out of AZ. Perry just said it was not what he wanted to do. At the time Brewer did this, he supporter her decision. The others listed had nothing but contempt for Brewer.

Texas Governor Rick Perry drove out to the airport to meet President Obama and give the White House his plans for securing the United States border

Remember this? If this guy is such a Commie Pinko, why did he do this? What other Gov. went to this extreme to push for Boarder Security?

24 posted on 08/21/2011 5:10:13 PM PDT by Lazlo in PA (Now living in a newly minted Red State.)
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To: jospehm20
That's probably a business decision. Two Ohio state universities (Toledo and Bowling Green) offer Michigan students in-state tuition.

It also may be a humanitarian decision. New Mexico and New Mexico State are ranked #118 and #120 among the 120 Division 1AA schools in pre-season football polls.

25 posted on 08/21/2011 5:10:13 PM PDT by bwc2221
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To: TexMom7
Blah..Blah..Blah..

You southern states keep putting all that compassion into your elected. When YOU guys support defending the southern border the way Mexico defends its own? I'll send you money out of my pocket. In the meantime, quit being a gateway for the illegals popping up in my state now..thanks a lot for that.

Do you want your 10th Amendment or not?

26 posted on 08/21/2011 5:10:32 PM PDT by Michael Barnes (Obamaa+ Downgrade)
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To: Fred
"But the fact of the matter is, I'm about representing the American people out here"

The hell he is.

He's a traitor advocating treason.

He states, in his own words on his CURRENT website that his shares Vincente Fox's vision of an "open border" between Mexico and the USA.

He's a treasonous TRAITOR!

27 posted on 08/21/2011 5:11:21 PM PDT by Mariner (War Criminal #18)
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To: SoConPubbie

He means secured as in stopping illegals from coming across.

He is against a fence because it will not work - and many agree especially here in Texas. I agree also.
It would be a huge expense to put up a 1200+ mile fence and it would be a waste of money.

Perry is adamant that it would take “Boots On The Ground” + high tech equipment like drones.

E-Verify is a joke.

He was NOT against AZ1070 at all. He just felt like parts of it were not right for Texas. He did not want Texas State Patrol Officers becoming Border Agents. He said it would take away from the job they had to do.

He was for the Sanctuary City Law this last legislative session but our law makers in Texas did not pass it.
He put it back on the table for consideration when he called a special session and they again did not pass it.
However, the photo id for driver license passed within the state budget but a Fed judge halted it. The one thing that did get through our legislature which he signed was a voter id - this eliminates illegals from voting in Texas.

He is against Sanctuary Cities and Policies but much of that is the local city government. Again, he put the Sanctuary City law back on the table during the special session and our state gov did not pass it. There is only so much he can do, even as Governor of Texas.

And the State Police do not practice Sanctuary policies.
They don’t do the job of the Border Police but if someone commits a crime and they think they are illegal - they will check their status.


28 posted on 08/21/2011 5:13:14 PM PDT by TexMom7
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To: jospehm20
"Not really. He wants the border secured, Bush did not."

Bullsh!t. You're either ignorant of the facts or a liar.

Perry stated last year that he supports Vicente Fox's vision of a fully open border between Mexico and the USA.

Only prosperity keeping Mexicans in Mexico.

29 posted on 08/21/2011 5:14:14 PM PDT by Mariner (War Criminal #18)
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To: TexMom7

Her name is Sarah and she’s from Alaska.


30 posted on 08/21/2011 5:14:28 PM PDT by Lurker (The avalanche has begun. The pebbles no longer have a vote.)
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To: Mariner

Actually, that speech was last decase, not last year, in 2001. You should probably read the whole thing instead of just taking one quote out of context. He adds a lot of qualifiers to that vision. Here is a link to it:

http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/watercooler/2011/jun/21/picket-perry-01-foxs-vision-open-border-vision-i-e/

So, as long as we are engaged in name calling, who is the liar and who is ignorant?


31 posted on 08/21/2011 5:24:03 PM PDT by jospehm20
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To: Lurker

Lurker

Before I post this posting on Freepers I want to clarify that I not only support Perry but I also support Palin.

My question I asked referred to those who were running for office. Palin is not running - at least not yet.

I would vote for Palin or Perry and they are the only ones I would vote for!

This was posted by Clairity on August 14th here on FreeRepublic:

Sarah Palin on Immigration (in her own words)
On the Issues ^ | Updated Aug 2011 | Sarah Palin

Posted on Sunday, August 14, 2011 9:12:33 PM by Clairity

Supports a path to citizenship, but no amnesty for illegals

Q: Should undocumented immigrants all should be deported?

A: There is no way that in the US we would roundup every illegal immigrant - there are about 12 million of the illegal immigrants - not only economically is that just an impossibility but that’s not a humane way anyway to deal with the issue.

Q: Do you then favor an amnesty for the 12 million undocumented immigrants?

A: No, I do not. Not total amnesty. You know, people have got to follow the rules. We have got to make sure that there is equal opportunity and those who are here legally should be first in line for services being provided and those opportunities that this great country provides.

Q: So you support a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants?

A: I do because I understand why people would want to be in America. To seek the safety and prosperity, the opportunities, the health that is here. It is so important that yes, people follow the rules so that people can be treated equally and fairly in this country.

Source: Univision Interview with Sarah Palin, by Jorge Ramos Oct 26, 2008


Took no action on Alaska’s “sanctuary cities” Lou Dobbs notes that at least two of Alaska’s cities have been officially designated as sanctuary cities: “An August 14, 2006 report produced by the Congressional Research Service listed 31 cities and counties that have ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ sanctuary policies in place. They [include] Anchorage, Alaska [and] Fairbanks, Alaska. Alaska and Oregon both have state-wide policies that forbid state agencies from using resources to enforce federal immigration law.”

Apparently, this is by design from the highest levels.

In fact, a resolution to that effect was passed in the Alaska state legislature in 2003 (before Palin’s election): “[Alaska] House Joint Resolution 22 - May 2003: Establishes that state agencies and instrumentalities may not use state resources or institutions for the enforcement of federal immigration laws, which are the responsibility of the federal government.”

It’s not clear whether Gov. Palin has ever weighed in, pro or con, on Alaska’s sanctuary policies.

Source: Lou Dobbs reported on lafrontera.mojo4m.com Sep 5, 2006



32 posted on 08/21/2011 5:29:10 PM PDT by TexMom7
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To: Mariner

He was referring to Nafta Trade when he referred to that vision.

You need to read the whole speech.

He also made a lot a qualifiers to that statement.

And it was not last year but much longer ago.
It was even before all of the violence and drug cartel problems.

Fox is not the president of Mexico any longer either.


33 posted on 08/21/2011 5:32:34 PM PDT by TexMom7
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To: jospehm20
How could 10years make a difference on such an opinion, or how could there be any qualifier to such a statement?

BS. He a traitor. He would soon be guilty of treason if awarded the office of POTUS.

34 posted on 08/21/2011 5:32:42 PM PDT by Mariner (War Criminal #18)
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To: TexMom7
"He is against a fence because it will not work - and many agree especially here in Texas. I agree also. It would be a huge expense to put up a 1200+ mile fence and it would be a waste of money."

BS.

Put up a deouble walled fence with a road between them...armed observation posts ever 400yds. Trucks every 5 miles.

To suggest the border cannot be secured is either ignorant or pandering to Perry.

It could be secured for FAR less money then we spend in Afghanistan.

Which is more important?

35 posted on 08/21/2011 5:35:41 PM PDT by Mariner (War Criminal #18)
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To: Michael Barnes

Michael

If you want the illegals to stop coming into your state, you need to vote for a candidate that will defeat Obama.

Obama and the Federal Government is responsible for securing it’s border with another country (your country) and it does not.

Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California cannot on their own defend the entire Nation. We do not have the manpower or the funds to do so.

Arizona tried to do the job Obama and the Feds won’t do and when they did - the Fed Gov and Obama stopped them and sued them for doing their (the Fed) job. In fact, they used YOUR tax money to sue a border state for doing the Fed’s job that they refuse to do.


36 posted on 08/21/2011 5:37:33 PM PDT by TexMom7
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To: Fred

Perry is not confused - you are.

In regard to it being the state’s rights, he was talking about in-state tuition for college students, not immigration reform. That is is up to the state whether they want to offer in-state tuition or not.


37 posted on 08/21/2011 5:43:05 PM PDT by TexMom7
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To: Fred

This is a deal breaker for me. Perry should be dead meat.


38 posted on 08/21/2011 5:43:05 PM PDT by SharpRightTurn (White, black, and red all over--America's affirmative action, metrosexual president.)
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To: Mariner

The border became much more serious and violent after 2008 than it was before 9/11/2001. The qualifiers he mentioned in that speech have about zero chance of being met in the foreseeable future, so there is no worry of it happening, at least the way I read it. Perry may not be as good on the border as I would like, but he is not as bad on it as some make out either.


39 posted on 08/21/2011 5:45:37 PM PDT by jospehm20
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To: TexMom7
"He was referring to Nafta Trade when he referred to that vision."

That's not bad enough?

In exchange for importing Ford trucks (and thousands of other manufactured goods...from workers paid $4/hr) we get duty-free tomatoes in December and green onions that give you the sh!ts.

The US does not benefit from NAFTA in any way.

Yes, there are BUSINESSES that benefit...and while lucrative, the balance is way out of whack.

The USA does not benefit from NAFTA. It's a net negative.

40 posted on 08/21/2011 5:45:37 PM PDT by Mariner (War Criminal #18)
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To: Mariner

No, he didnt.


41 posted on 08/21/2011 6:14:46 PM PDT by Raider Sam (They're on our left, right, front, and back. They aint gettin away this time!)
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To: Mariner

I agree.

But Perry is not responsible for Nafta. He did however have to comply with it because it had already been signed.

You can thank Bill Clinton and George H. W. Bush (Bush 1)for that one.


42 posted on 08/21/2011 6:15:18 PM PDT by TexMom7
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To: Fred

Perry is an Illegal immigrant enabler and we need no more of them!

A country which won’t secure it’s border soon stops being a country.

When you are giving away free food, housing, medical care and education not understanding that it will bring illegals in droves is like expecting that if you sit out a manure pile it won’t draw flies!


43 posted on 08/21/2011 6:16:37 PM PDT by Kartographer (".. we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor.")
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To: Mariner

NAFTA is a bad deal for the U.S. Honda just announced that it is building a major plant there. Honda’s U.S. plants are non-union and have had no labor problems.

Perry has been a strong supporter of NAFTA. Watch for this to be the next issue he flips on.


44 posted on 08/21/2011 6:25:09 PM PDT by bwc2221
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To: hellbender

You think the federal government has something to do with the nations border? It is more federal than state.


45 posted on 08/21/2011 6:35:30 PM PDT by ilgipper
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To: TexMom7
Who in the Republican GOP running for office is tough on illegal immigration?

Perry won't tell us what he would do about illegal immigration. Except "secure the border," which is the same thing GW Bush, Janet Napolitano, John McCain said.... in fact I can't think of any of them who don't claim they will "secure the border," even radical Hispanic congresscrooks.

46 posted on 08/21/2011 6:51:59 PM PDT by ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas (Budget sins can be fixed. Amnesty is irreversible.)
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To: Mariner
He states, in his own words on his CURRENT website that his shares Vincente Fox's vision of an "open border" between Mexico and the USA.

Link please.

47 posted on 08/21/2011 6:56:02 PM PDT by ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas (Budget sins can be fixed. Amnesty is irreversible.)
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To: jospehm20

[ Not really. He wants the border secured, Bush did not. ]

He says he wants the border secured... that can mean anything.. WALL?... Mines?.... death squads?.. Rhetoric?.. What?..


48 posted on 08/21/2011 6:59:11 PM PDT by hosepipe (This propaganda has been edited to include some fully orbed hyperbole...)
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To: Fred

Perry will do on immigration whatever the Chamber of Commerce, Wall St Journal, and Texas business boys club tell him to do, namely support amnesty and open borders. He will be as bad as Bush. His reluctance to say anything and his phony defense of states’ rights is a cover story.

Let’s end the Perry worship and move on to the true conservatives. Right now the Republican party is wired to pick the candidate the MSM wants, just like McCain and Dole.


49 posted on 08/21/2011 7:03:14 PM PDT by oldbill
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To: jospehm20
>> Not really. He wants the border secured, Bush did not. <<

Both Bush and Perry insisted they were "against amnesty" and wanted the borders secured. Both GOVERNED in a way that did the opposite.

Here is a George W. Bush quote on border security:

"America needs to secure our borders--and with your help, my administration is taking steps to do so. We’re increasing worksite enforcement, deploying fences and advanced technologies to stop illegal crossings. We’ve effectively ended the policy of “catch and release” at the border, and by the end of this year, we will have doubled the number of border patrol agents."
Source: George W. Bush, State of the Union address to Congress Jan 28, 2008

And this differs from Perry playing footsie with illegals but vowing that feds should "secure the border" how?

50 posted on 08/21/2011 7:08:34 PM PDT by BillyBoy (Impeach Obama? Yes We Can!)
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