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Immigration reform in dollars and cents

Original post made on Jun 21, 2013

The Center for American Progress, an independent nonpartisan think tank, published a paper in March analyzing the 10-year economic impact of immigration reform under three scenarios.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Friday, June 21, 2013, 9:58 AM

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Posted by Calliope Sunshine
a resident of Los Altos
on Jun 21, 2013 at 8:41 am

GC Holder - you got yours, pull the ladder up behind you? That's what's wrong with my party these days, they won't ewven allow the farm bill to help feed the poor. JC is ashamed somewhere...

As a fiscal conservative, decreasing the federal deficit by $197 billion sounds good.

And I suppose it was good enough for Reagan to amnesty everyone, so why not do it again?

Frankly, in raw political terms, until the GOP amnesties everyone, they will continue to get clobbered at national elections. Obama won hispanics 70-30 last time out. But they say Texas will turn blue in a decade or so, due to the hispanic vote, so maybe it doesn't make a difference. Without Texas in the future, Romney's landslide blowout will look like a picnic!

2016 may be the last chance this version of the GOP has to take the white house. No wonder they're fabricating things about Hillary already. They'll also have to shave the person of color vote down by 20 or more points. Tough row to hoe...

Gotta get used to a blue world. I'm Calli in Cali, after all...


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