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June 17, 2013 12:40 PM
The Daily Fix for Monday, June 17th
Posted by Staff
We must focus on improving the middle class before we consider illegal immigrants

One of the significant flaws in the immigration bill is "that people who have already been deported can be brought back into the United States under the terms of the bill," Laura explained. "It wont be only 11 million people who will be legalized and to make matters worse, it's extremely unlikely the U.S. will perform criminal checks in other countries to verify that these are all good, hard working, Google executives." Laura also criticized Senator Marco Rubio's (R-FL) push for the immigration bill saying "he could have been a real star in the GOP but he failed to take the appropriate stance on this issue." This bill will allow criminals into the country and undermine the already struggling middle class, and Sen. Rubio won't be able to recover from these issues with conservative voters.
Sen. Sessions challenges GOP supporters of the immigration bill

Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) does not believe the immigration bill will receive anything close to seventy votes in the Senate. "I think this bill is up in the air. I think a lot of senators are uncertain and those senators that do support the bill need to be challenged as to whether or not they are really concerned about American workers and really concerned about a lawful border," Sessions announced. In response to Sen. Lindsey Graham's comments that Republicans must pass the bill in order to appeal to Hispanics, Sessions responded, "we need to get into the good graces of the American people - the American working men and women that are hurting today. That is who is going to determine the next election." Sessions also advised against a comprehensive approach to immigration reform and said that the current bill is "dramatically weaker even than [the one in'] 2007 and in many ways the 1986 [amnesty] bill as well."
(Listen Free)
Maria Espinoza warns that the immigration bill will encourage criminals to enter the country

Maria Espinoza, Founder of the Remembrance Project, which was created in 2009 to honor and remember Americans who have been killed by illegal aliens, has discovered in her research that "there are a tremendous number of murders of Americans perpetrated by illegal immigrants each year." Drunk driving accidents and "a high occurrence of child molestation and rape" are just some of the crimes illegal immigrants commit that the media greatly ignore. Espinoza explained that there has been a lack of law enforcement in these cases, and therefore both internal and external security measures must be a priority for the country. Espinoza also called the Senate's immigration bill "outrageous" because it "in no way helps American families." Under the bill, an illegal immigrant can be convicted of two misdemeanors and still be able to achieve legalization. (Laura 365 Exclusive) Facebook Fark Furl
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