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34M green cards Illegal amnesty

by TONI H / October 28, 2014 12:32 AM PDT
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Not quite
by Diana Forum moderator / October 28, 2014 8:48 AM PDT
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Yes, quite
by TONI H / October 28, 2014 8:55 PM PDT
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The snopes article only stipulates that not all of the 34M will be issued at one time.....according to all other sources on the internet news media, about 4M each year for the next five years will be issued, but two things will have to take place in order for that to happen: 1) Reid and the Dems keep control of the Senate or there will be pushback from Republicans in charge by passing laws in both the House and the Senate to stop it and/or 2) BO doesn't use another EO to by-pass Congress in either even of 1).

The reason the WH allowed this ICE leak is to prop up his/Dems' base regarding immigration 'reform' that he hasn't accomplished so they will hold on to the Latino vote giving them a 'false sense of security' that he still plans to do what he promised in two Presidential campaigns (which he could have easily accomplished in his first two years when he and the Dems controlled DC and didn't bother with).

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So a normal replacement of forms in a department
by Diana Forum moderator / October 29, 2014 12:07 AM PDT
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is a tactic to show immigration reform for the Latino vote. Very interesting.

Of course, the Republicans haven't come up with any immigration reform, except to just keep they all out.

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