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Some Republicans (Lindsey Graham) See Racism As a Factor in Immigration Stalemate
BuzzFeed ^ | 1/29/2014 | John Stanton

Posted on 01/30/2014 7:25:35 PM PST by Qbert

WASHINGTON — For more than a year House Republican leaders have insisted the chamber would act on new immigration laws. And for more than a year, Republicans have done virtually nothing on the issue — despite intense pressure from activists, business groups, and the nation’s changing demographics.

And although there are a variety of reasons for inaction, one Republican lawmaker recently offered a frank acknowledgement that for many House Republicans, there’s one issue at play that’s not often discussed: race.

“Part of it, I think — and I hate to say this, because these are my people — but I hate to say it, but it’s racial,” said the Southern Republican lawmaker, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. “If you go to town halls people say things like, ‘These people have different cultural customs than we do.’ And that’s code for race.”

There are a range of policy reasons for opposing plans to liberalize immigration or to regularize undocumented immigrants in the country, ones revolving around law-and-order concerns and the labor market. But that perceived thread of xenophobia, occasionally expressed bluntly on the fringes of the Republican Party and on the talk radio airwaves, has driven many Hispanic voters away from a Republican leadership that courts them avidly. And some Republicans who back an immigration overhaul, including Sen. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican and one of the Republican Party’s most vocal champions of a pathway to citizenship, acknowledge that race remains a reality in the immigration debate.

“There will always be people [who have] different reasons for opposing the change. We have a history in this country of demagoguery when it comes [to immigration]. You know, ‘Irish Need Not Apply.’ There’s nothing new going on today that’s gone on before. This isn’t the first time that there’s been some ugliness around the issue of immigration,” Graham said.

But Graham said despite that legacy, voters, including strong majorities of Republican primary voters, are lining up behind the idea of citizenship.

“Here’s what I don’t get: When you ask primary voters in a poll would support a pathway to citizenship where you have to learn English, pay a fine and go to the back of the line, it’s 60% in South Carolina,” Graham said. “Nationally, it’s over 70% … it seems through polling, if nothing else, that the Republican Party gets it.”

“There’s some racist people, certainly,” said Ana Navarro, a Republican strategist and advocate for immigration reform. “But I want to think it’s a minority and that’s not what’s going to decide the immigration debate.”

Graham agreed, but said he is puzzled by the resistance to moving on new immigration laws in the House.

“I don’t know. I have no idea, I have no idea. I can’t explain it. I think maybe it’s a fear of a primary,” Graham said when asked what makes his colleagues so hesitant on the issue.

With Republicans meeting in Cambridge, Md., this week to discuss, among other things, recommendations for a set of immigration policy bills, House Republicans’ reluctance to touch the issue is a major facing Republicans.

“Part of it is the fact that most of our districts are more worried about a primary opponent instead of a general opponent. Immigration is a thing you get primaried over … nobody is afraid of the pro-reform forces. They are afraid of the anti-reform forces,” the operative said.

It’s confusing for Republicans when in conservative states like South Carolina, Graham said, changes to immigration policy are met with much less public skepticism than perhaps many assume.

“We have a tourism economy where we need workers [and] we have an agricultural economy. I think … the employers in South Carolina make a compelling case that we need workers,” Graham said.

Unlike abortion, Obamacare, the deficit, or federal spending, there’s no organized, well-funded opposition: There are no media campaigns of note or lobbying blitzes on Capitol Hill. In short, Republicans feel pressure without any formal outside group really applying it.

Instead, Republican lawmakers and operatives alike also said that while fiscal issues have been driven by large, national groups like the Club for Growth and Heritage Action, Republican reluctance to tackle immigration reform is much more a bottom-up phenomenon.

Opposition to any form of citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States has long been an article of faith for Republican voters, much like opposition to any changes to Social Security are for Democrats. Immigration is now a third-rail issue in the GOP.

Talk radio, particularly regional and small-market talkers, have also kept up the pressure, Republicans said, explaining that the airwaves back home are constantly filled with talk of “amnesty” that makes backing new laws difficult.

Those factors, combined with the brutal beating Republicans took during the 2007 immigration reform push, means many lawmakers — even those who weren’t in Congress at the time — are leery of the issue.

“I think it is an issue that left a scar. Even though opposing organizations are not as organized, are not as vocal this time around, people [still] see it [as] … a political time bomb,” Navarro said.

And then there are the pragmatic Republicans in Boehner’s conference, who argue turning to immigration will distract from the party’s focus on Obamacare and insist sticking to that is the better political play for the party in 2014.

That argument doesn’t hold much sway with advocates for new immigration laws. “I understand the desire to not distract from Obamacare. But I’m a Republican who believes we can do both. We have the momentum now,” said Brian Walsh, a Republican strategist who has worked with bipartisan immigration advocacy groups.

For Walsh and other similarly minded Republicans, the greatest frustration has been what they view as the outsized influence of the small cadre of Republicans in the House, talk radio hosts and activists who they say have paralyzed the party.

Republicans are “listening to a loud minority … [but] those who oppose this haven’t been challenged to say, ‘What’s their plan?’” Walsh said.

“They’ve been able to get away with yelling about part one while ignoring part two” of the political equation, he added.


TOPICS: Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: South Carolina
KEYWORDS: amnestypimps; gopestablishment; graham; illegalimmigration; lindagraham; lindseygraham; rino; senateraces
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Looking forward to the day this disgusting little neo-Socialist is no longer in the Senate.
1 posted on 01/30/2014 7:25:35 PM PST by Qbert
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2 posted on 01/30/2014 7:27:50 PM PST by RightGeek (FUBO and the donkey you rode in on)
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To: Qbert

Hey,Lindsey, exactly which race are “Hispanics”?


3 posted on 01/30/2014 7:28:56 PM PST by exit82 ("The Taliban is on the inside of the building" E. Nordstrom 10-10-12)
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To: Qbert

An former Senator in 2015


4 posted on 01/30/2014 7:31:00 PM PST by bestintxas (Every time a RINO bites the dust a founding father gets his wings.)
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To: RightGeek; exit82

I agree. People like Lindsay Graham don’t like blacks and don’t want to see them working.


5 posted on 01/30/2014 7:31:50 PM PST by nickcarraway
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To: Qbert
I call him Tiny Dancer.


6 posted on 01/30/2014 7:33:06 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: Qbert

..picturing Lindsie rubbing two sticks together......wonder if one of his clerks whispers in his ear every once in a while is really a RAT plant. Hey Graham, how much did you make on this flub?


7 posted on 01/30/2014 7:33:09 PM PST by Doogle (USAF.68-73..8th TFW Ubon Thailand..never store a threat you should have eliminated))
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To: Qbert

Nothing wrong LEGAL immigrants....


8 posted on 01/30/2014 7:33:46 PM PST by Dallas59 (Obama: The first "White Black" President.)
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Ah, the ultimate strawman, when you have lost the argument.
9 posted on 01/30/2014 7:34:06 PM PST by Extremely Extreme Extremist (15 years of FReeping! Congratulations EEE!!)
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To: nickcarraway

They don’t like teenagers either evidently (who are having a hard time finding part time work).


10 posted on 01/30/2014 7:34:20 PM PST by Ghost of SVR4 (So many are so hopelessly dependent on the government that they will fight to protect it.)
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To: Qbert

Racism is not a factor. The law is the factor. Beyond that, Senators, Congressmen, and Presidents getting bought and paid to not follow or enforce the immigration laws that are on the books is another factor. Until I see an enforced border controls including functioning guest worker programs, an immigration policy based on the needs of the US, actual deportations of illegal immigrants, and heavy fines for those who hire them, I see no reason to discuss legalizing anyone.

The truth of the matter is, illegal immigration lowers the wages of Americans, serves to make welfare and food-stamp recipients out of abled body Americans who sit at home rather then work in the fields, and the entire system serves to exploit desperate people in general.

Stopping illegal immigration would pressure home countries to reform because their citezens would have no where to escape to. Mexico might actually beome a decent country if they actually had to deal with their most desperate people.

I’m sorry if any of this sounds harsh, but it’s reality. I had no money when I was young. I hoed weeds in a field one summer and the next summer I worked in a tomatoe cannery to make money.....and I’m as white as a piece of paper. I never thought I was above doing anything to make my way.

The world is nuts!!!!


11 posted on 01/30/2014 7:38:20 PM PST by Mustangman (The GOP)
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To: upchuck

Linda’s acting out again.


12 posted on 01/30/2014 7:39:54 PM PST by Slings and Arrows (You can't have Ingsoc without an Emmanuel Goldstein.)
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To: Qbert

13 posted on 01/30/2014 7:39:56 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet (Jealousy is when you count someone else's blessings instead of your own.)
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To: Qbert

This Soros Stooge needs to be primaries...so tired of Americans being called racist for not pandering to Hispanic racist groups


14 posted on 01/30/2014 7:41:53 PM PST by SeminoleCounty (Amnesty And Not Ending ObamaCare Will Kill GOP In 2014)
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To: Dallas59
Nothing wrong LEGAL immigrants....

If we need them.
15 posted on 01/30/2014 7:42:00 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: Qbert

16 posted on 01/30/2014 7:45:18 PM PST by jonrick46 (The opium of Communists: other people's money.)
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To: Qbert

How long before this insufferable nance gets kicked out of congress?


17 posted on 01/30/2014 7:45:41 PM PST by skeeter
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To: Qbert

Why is this guy a Republican?


18 posted on 01/30/2014 7:45:56 PM PST by Cymbaline ("Allahu Akbar": Arabic for "Nothing To See Here" - Mark Steyn)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

19 posted on 01/30/2014 7:46:54 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: Qbert
I got your racism right here, Pal.

Let's graph the numbers from that table above.

Note the sharp increase in immigration from Mexico and how that differs from the moderate increase of all other regions. Note also the sharp decline in immigration from Europe while all other regions have increased.

Immigration from Mexico is 2.5 times that of Europe - Immigration from one country, Mexico, is 2.5 times that of many countries combined. There is far more immigration from Mexico than from ANY other country.

How's that for racism?


You want some more?

The RINOs are conspiring to grant amnesty to what is primarily one group - Mexicans.

“As of March 2010, 11.2 million unauthorized immigrants were living in the United States”

Then see Figure 2 and do the math: 63% of illegals are Mexican.

You are the racist, Graham. You and the rest of your conspiring pals.

20 posted on 01/30/2014 7:46:56 PM PST by Ray76 (How modern liberals think: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaE98w1KZ-c)
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To: Qbert
RINO twink.


21 posted on 01/30/2014 7:51:00 PM PST by Viking2002
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To: Mustangman
Stopping illegal immigration would pressure home countries to reform because their citezens would have no where to escape to. Mexico might actually beome a decent country if they actually had to deal with their most desperate people.

I’m sorry if any of this sounds harsh, but it’s reality. I had no money when I was young. I hoed weeds in a field one summer and the next summer I worked in a tomatoe cannery to make money.....and I’m as white as a piece of paper. I never thought I was above doing anything to make my way.


A double Amen on that.
22 posted on 01/30/2014 7:51:33 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: Qbert

If there is racism it is coming from those playing the race card to advance their push for amnesty.


23 posted on 01/30/2014 7:52:23 PM PST by Iron Munro ("Sooner or later everyone sits down to a banquet of consequences." - Robert Louis Stevenson)
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist

Exactly....or when you don’t want to even bother making an argument.

Lindsey Graham et al have no principles. Illegals have broken the law to be here. This isn’t about their race. This is about maintaining American values and ideals. If they want to be Americans, there is a legal way to do so.


24 posted on 01/30/2014 7:53:45 PM PST by Girlene (Hey, NSA!)
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To: Qbert

Any comment by me about Sen. Goober would be removed.


25 posted on 01/30/2014 7:54:45 PM PST by Oldeconomybuyer (The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money.)
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To: Mustangman
IMO, there shouldn't be any guest-worker programs, HB-1 visas, green cards, etc. Even legal immigration should have a six-year moratorium to it.

We're a melting pot, but we are boiling over and the water is scalding the sides of the pot and stove. The pot and stove is the U.S. As a melting pot, we're supposed to be simmering, so the herbs and spices can trickle throughout the fruited plains, like a finger that arises from a pie on a ledge that tells the character to come here in a Tex Avery cartoon.

26 posted on 01/30/2014 7:55:01 PM PST by Extremely Extreme Extremist (15 years of FReeping! Congratulations EEE!!)
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To: Qbert
One question for Lindsey, how much time have you spent living on the Mexican Border? Then how would you know how forgiving law breakers affects the lives of those who live on the border? Are we going to continue forgiving them for breaking the law until all of Mexico, and Central America have crossed the border illegally?

Ooops that was more than one question.

Hey Lindsey your partners in crime McCain and Flake have never lived on the border either. The questions apply to them too.

27 posted on 01/30/2014 7:58:45 PM PST by c-b 1 (Reporting from behind enemy lines, in occupied AZTLAN.)
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist

Rick Snyder wants to import 50,000 H1B visa holders to Michigan for jobs they’ll magically create. Meanwhile college students are rightfully asking why they’re going into debt for jobs that won’t be there.

Frankly if we were going to bring in legal immigrants I would rather give the low skilled middle eastern Christians asylum in Detroit. If anyone can make something from nothing, they can.


28 posted on 01/30/2014 8:00:36 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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When an overweight office bound Hispanic activist calls American workers lazy there is a racial angle.


29 posted on 01/30/2014 8:01:49 PM PST by ObamahatesPACoal
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist

As a melting pot the idea was for everyone that immigrated here to become an AMERICA and do it ASAP...this country decided to be a salad bowl instead of a melting pot and everyone that comes here is encouraged to keep their culture. I am all for family history, recipes, etc. but what is happening is people are not just bringing some of their memories and becoming Americans, they are trying to bring their third world country here with them...and succeeding.


30 posted on 01/30/2014 8:01:51 PM PST by Tammy8
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To: Qbert

That little dickweed is “puzzled” why anyone would resist making millions of illegals into citizens.


31 posted on 01/30/2014 8:07:33 PM PST by Williams (No Obama)
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To: SeminoleCounty

"This Soros Stooge needs to be primaries.."

We told Repubs not to play with fire on this issue, and the leadership didn't want to listen. So we'll just have to exact punishment in the form of taking out Graham, Alexander, Cornyn, McConnell and the rest of those do-nothing's...

32 posted on 01/30/2014 8:08:00 PM PST by Qbert ("The best defense against usurpatory government is an assertive citizenry" - William F. Buckley, Jr.)
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..picturing Lindsie rubbing two sticks together......wonder if one of his clerks whispers in his ear every once in a while is really a RAT plant. Hey Graham, how much did you make on this flub?

I can't believe that POS was in the same Air Force I was in. Disgusting.

33 posted on 01/30/2014 8:08:55 PM PST by Mark17 (Chicago Blackhawks: Stanley Cup champions 2010, 2013. Vietnam Vet 70-71 Msgt US Air Force, retired)
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To: Qbert

Since when is Hispanic considered a race?


34 posted on 01/30/2014 8:12:10 PM PST by SkyDancer (Live your life in such a way that the Westboro church will want to picket your funeral)
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35 posted on 01/30/2014 8:13:15 PM PST by SkyDancer (Live your life in such a way that the Westboro church will want to picket your funeral)
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people are not just bringing some of their memories and becoming Americans, they are trying to bring their third world country here with them...and succeeding.

That is a deliberate plan by rats and other anti American scum bags, in order to bring the country down a notch or two, and diminish American influence in the world. Am I cynical or what?

36 posted on 01/30/2014 8:15:12 PM PST by Mark17 (Chicago Blackhawks: Stanley Cup champions 2010, 2013. Vietnam Vet 70-71 Msgt US Air Force, retired)
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To: Qbert

37 posted on 01/30/2014 8:15:55 PM PST by McBuff
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How can the good people of South Carolina re-elect this disgusting little trollop troll?
38 posted on 01/30/2014 8:22:38 PM PST by ZULU (Magua is sitting in the Oval Office. Ted Cruz/Phil Robertson in 2016.)
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To: SkyDancer

We all know that they have lost the argument when the resort to the race card tactic. However effective that tactic is, we can turn the tables on them. We need to get our own Sharptens to go out and call the Democrats racists. The demonization of the Democrats should be unceasing and loud. If you push a negative hard and deep enough it will break through into its counterside. Give them a taste of their own medicine.


39 posted on 01/30/2014 8:28:08 PM PST by jonrick46 (The opium of Communists: other people's money.)
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Linda will be out of office in 2015.


40 posted on 01/30/2014 8:32:27 PM PST by VRWC For Truth (Roberts has perverted the Constitution)
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To: Qbert

Goober is the one being a racist.


41 posted on 01/30/2014 8:42:56 PM PST by TBP (Obama lies, Granny dies.)
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The racism is from certain segments of Hispanics, egged on by our traitorous open borders fifth colums, that it is there natural right to come here, illegally or not, that the natural born citizens and the legal immigrants have no right to object to their coming here, on any grounds. To that portion, and they are legion, simply to object to illegal immigration is racist, because they are for it AS Hispanics.


42 posted on 01/30/2014 8:43:16 PM PST by Wuli
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist

If the US had not restricted immigration in the early 20s, we would have entered the Depression with ten million more European immigrants, mostly poor. Because we did, the US went to war with young troops soldiers for almost all whose first language was English.


43 posted on 01/30/2014 8:45:07 PM PST by RobbyS (quotes)
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To: VRWC For Truth
Linda will be out of office in 2015.

Hopefully a qualified, well-spoken, squeaky clean, family-oriented (preferably a veteran), young, physically attractive (sadly a "must" these days), genuinely conservative, GOPer is challenging Graham in the South Carolina U.S. Senator primary.

Financial support for him or her (within legal limits, of course) might be in order.

.

44 posted on 01/30/2014 9:08:57 PM PST by Seaplaner (Never give in. Never give in. Never...except to convictions of honour and good sense. W. Churchill)
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All the RINO turds are pooping on the same page.

Vote ‘em out in 2014 — do it!!!


45 posted on 01/30/2014 9:31:56 PM PST by Gene Eric (Don't be a statist!)
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Racism plays a small role. By far the biggest objection is economic. With the Great Obama Depression spiraling down and more down with no end in sight before 2016 at least, most Americans don’t want to be forced to compete with twenty million new workers just to try to get jobs. Stop depressing the economy, let Americans get back to work, and then propose something reasonable about immigration. When Americans are bring forced onto the dole by the millions is about the worst time imaginable for the politicians ——That Cause
Most of This Suffering —— to be pushing more economic hardship onto the American People.


46 posted on 01/30/2014 10:20:14 PM PST by faithhopecharity (C)
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To: Qbert
Tancredo was the only one to visit the NAACP.
47 posted on 01/30/2014 10:21:34 PM PST by ObamahatesPACoal
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To: Qbert; 2ndDivisionVet; Tennessee Nana; Liz; TADSLOS; EXCH54FE; GeronL; Travis McGee; jimbo123; ...
RE :”Some Republicans (Lindsey Graham) See Racism As a Factor in Immigration Stalemate”

These two seem to be working together.

Ana Navarro: Some Conservatives Oppose Amnesty Because They're 'Racist', January 30, 2014(see my here at #32)

I warned over and over here what Grahamnesty was up to when on a Sunday show he proposed a Amendment ending birth-right citizenship, to help his amnesty side. I could see his deceit a mile away.

I kept on posting here that this was Grahamnesty trying to nuke the anti-amnesty siding while play acting that he was a hawk on it. You wont hear him mention him saying this at all in his Senate race, and the MSM wont bring it up either,

I can smell deceit a mile away.

48 posted on 01/30/2014 10:44:25 PM PST by sickoflibs (Obama : 'Any path to US citizenship for illegals HERE is a special path to it ')
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Thanks for the ping. Hopefully, linda will soon make her graceful exit from the political scene.

Uber RINO Lindsey Ping
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Just FReepmail me

I look forward to being able to dump the linda ping list.

50 posted on 01/31/2014 2:46:26 AM PST by upchuck (Stop this abuse now! Get behind Convention of States: http://bit.ly/1ak1Iz9)
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