GOP dilemma: Lose support of immigrants or activists who rallied behind restrictive stance?

  • Article by: NICHOLAS RICCARDI , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 31, 2013 - 2:20 AM
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EleanoreJan. 31, 13 7:10 AM

See the GOP doesn't represent law abiding, common sense, responsible americans anymore. They are the party of corporatists, supporting any commercial interest which will contribute to their reelection programs. Forget the constitution, forget oaths of office, forget the people that they are charged with representing. These people, along with the democrats, are the problem in america today that removing from office could do the most good at moving america forward responsbly and within our system of law. Instead we are thrust closer and closer to internal waste and suffering on the grand scale.

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ikyabwaiJan. 31, 13 9:25 AM

See the GOP doesn't represent law abiding, common sense, responsible americans anymore. ============================================ When did they ever? And for your information the Democrats are going a great job cleaning up after the DISASTER your GOP left behind after 8 years of Bush. Just like Dayton has to clean up after Pawlenty. There is a definite pattern here. Not to mention things were great before Bush and Pawlenty. Funny how that works...

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