Skip to comments.California Republicans stress immigration support
Posted on 05/17/2014 9:19:02 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Republican Rep. David Valadao says hes not worried that Congress failure to pass immigration legislation will hurt his prospects for re-election to a district in Californias agricultural heartland. Same goes for GOP Rep. Jeff Denham, who represents a neighboring district in the states San Joaquin Valley.
Still, the California congressmen are making sure voters know they support an immigration overhaul. Theyre aware that Democrats will try to turn the congressional gridlock into an advantage during this years midterm elections.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce spent $300,000 on television ads in Valadaos district, noting that he is the son of immigrants. [ ]
Sounding a lot like Democrats, some Republican members of Californias congressional delegation are making the case that changing the law is necessary to help farmers and businesses and to keep families together.
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If these clowns actually believe amnesty is going to save their GOP jobs, they probably shouldn’t be in there anyway.
All illegals out.
Re-unify down in Mexico, the Socialist paradise.
The US taxpayer is tired of paying for this “act of love” insanity.
Get the city kids that are out of high school and running the streets to work in the agriculture jobs. Make them earn their keep instead of freebies and running their Gibsmedat jobs.
Send the illegals back to wherever they sneaked in from. It’s not all that complicated.
Thieves and robbers coming over the fence (not through the door as honest and upright men). John 10:1.
What part of ‘ILLEGAL” don’t these law makers understand?
Because of uncontrolled illegal immigration elected Republicans are irrelevant in California government anyway. Who cares what they think?
Any race with a pro-amnesty Republican as candidate, I’d rather see the Dem win.
Ditto any degenerate scumbag Republican candidate who is pro-fag marriage.
That makes no sense. The Dem wins, the pro-amnesty GOP wing “wins” anyway.
If the US is bound and determined to go to Hell (and it’s well on its way), the Dem might as well be in the driver’s seat, rather than a backstabbing Republican.
Not only will I never vote for any pro-amnesty or pro-fag marriage Republican, I frankly hope they all go choke to death! The bastards.
But you’re openly advocating helping it along. Which means you’ll suffer the same fate.
If both the Dem and the Republican are on the same side of the fence, then it’s an unavoidable fate, no matter what.
And both amnesty and fag-marriage spell the end of America, as far as I’m concerned. A country no longer salvageable, a country no longer ‘worth’ salvaging.
Not unavoidable. Besides, this is just California; if the rest of the country can push back, then the California Effect gets nullified.
Voting for the Dem at this point is tantamount to voluntarily receiving the Mark of the Beast. (As is voting for the RINO.)
Never said “I” would vote for a Dem. I’ve never voted for a Dem in my entire life. I said I’d rather the Dem win than have a backstabbing pro-amnesty, pro-fag marriage Republican win, and that I would never give my vote to such a Republican candidate under any circumstances. I’d leave my ballot blank.
There are no CONSERVATIVES in the ‘republican party’ in California. It is a waste land and a waste of time
More’s the shame for those who conservatives that actually live there
Certainly no question as to why the exodus to Texas is ongoing.
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This is what happens when you try to be a Republican in areas that are FLOODED with immigrants - if you want to keep your job, you sure as hell better follow the agenda of their leaders, who are just itching to oust you.
Pass Amnesty, and Republicans nationally will be forced to do the same, or even be a smaller minority. That will be the end game for conservatives.
Just laugh at the CalGOP Country Club.
They pretend that they’ll work hard to get elected to public office again, but it’s just a ruse to get other people to finance their cocktail parties.
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