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Friday 04/25/14

Immigration Continues to Divide GOP
House Speaker John Boehner could get a vote on some type of immigration measure, but it's unclear what such a bill would be. Every bill offered attempting to allow any group of undocumented immigrants to gain legal status usually draws a wrath of inner-party criticism.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 1:02PM CDT 04/25/14 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
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What I am afraid of is we are going to see a lot of bad legislation over the next six months that will be enacted with the hopes of re-election over what is the right thing to do. And why does everyone in Ag think that if they make them legal that they won't drop the hoe and pick up a hammer and move to an easier job in town. And I am not scared enough not to call many US citizens lazy, because they are, and I know many Mexicans that get legal will have no problem moving to town and outworking many natural born now employed. And than we will need another wave to fill the Ag jobs they left behind.
Posted by CRAIG MOORE at 12:27PM CDT 04/28/14
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