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You can’t trust Ron Paul on Illegal Immigration

Posted by chip91 on August 2, 2007

“No amnesty. Estimates suggest that 10 to 20 million people are in our country illegally. That’s a lot of people to reward for breaking our laws.”

http://www.ronpaul2008.com/

Flashback: Ron Paul says Illegals are more American then Americans

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5 Responses to “You can’t trust Ron Paul on Illegal Immigration”

  1. sampson said

    Ron Paul has been speaking up about toughening up border security since the 80s. Who should we trust, Rudy, or McCain, who are for amnesty. Mabey Fred Thompson, who is a member of the council on foreign relations, who are pushing the security and prosperity act which will erase the U.S. borders. Or Romney, who says somthing different every, depending on what his last focus group tells him to say.

  2. Bill said

    Fact Check: Ron Paul says some illegals are more American than American, not all. He was referring to their work ethic saying that in their work ethic, some of them are more American than some of us, commenting on how incredibly lazy many Americans are. A completely legitimate statement, in my opinion. Fix your blog posting for credibility.

  3. Warren said

    Is this website contesting the idea that most illegal immigrants are working harder and more aggressive about working for individual freedom than the average American, who wants the federal government to pay for their pregnancy, births, preschool, elementary, high school and college educations, food, housing and medical needs (and wants), and retirement years?

    Paul is absolutely right on this. ANY conservative would understand it.

  4. Sampson: so are you suggesting we trust a gun grabber like Ron Paul?

  5. wbme said

    I’d contend that some illegal immigrants are, not not most. A Zogby poll in fact found that

    “Asked about bedrock principles of government and society, Mexicans said they slightly favor freedom over equality, while Americans said freedom is significantly more important. But citizens from both countries agreed that democracy is much more important than having an effective government, and both considered “community” to be far more important than the individual.

    at least as far as Mexicans, who make up the largest foreign nationality. I’d think it is similar for all Latin America nations. This means to me that Mexican’s are more willing to give up their freedom for equality. Americans tend to value freedom higher. Especially for American’s, I suggest that freedom means individual freedom, which is one of the bedrock principles of our nation.

    “Is this website contesting the idea that most illegal immigrants are working harder and more aggressive about working for individual freedom than the average American, who wants the federal government to pay for their pregnancy, births, preschool, elementary, high school and college educations, food, housing and medical needs (and wants), and retirement years?”

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