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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

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    by Ed Burley on Sun Nov 28, 2010 at 12:53:24 PM EST
    I am for reforming the current laws. If that means tightening border security initially while the process is liberalized (i.e., made easier), then so be it. It at least warrants discussion - which many hard-core conservatives have been against all along. Most want the status quo to continue, with added border security - iow, MORE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES.

    This isn't about pissing off Hispanics, this is about what is best for all. Just like prohibition, if you don't have to enforce rules that don't protect anyone, you have more resources to enforce the rules that do protect.

    Prohibition, under the guise of what's good for the public, always produces negative results. It's better to make the rules about hurting others - iow, if you hurt someone else, you have committed a crime. How pray tell does an honest man wanting to do an honest day's work hurt someone else?

    Of course, you will argue, as most conservatives do with me, that we are not talking about "honest men," we are talking about "law-breakers." Well, I have news for you - it's reached a point where we are all law-breakers. When we all break laws, how will we be able to complain that those laws are unjust, when we defended them otherwise?

    That's the problem with a non-liberty agenda; eventually, it's going to bite you in the ass. YOU will be the one they are coming after...YOU will be the law breaker. In Obama's world (along with McCain and Lieberman's), you already are.


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