Steve Sack cartoon: Path to citizenship

  • Article by: Steve Sack , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 17, 2013 - 10:35 AM
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arspartzJun. 16, 13 8:15 PM

The GOP is NOT touting a stop immigration policy. They a proposing a stop ILLEGAL immigration policy. One that includes penalties for breaking the rules that everyone else has had to follow.

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milkman53Jun. 17, 13 5:18 AM

Hardliners in the GOP are suggesting we "allow" a pathway to citizenship if certain impossible conditions are met. Border fences won't keep people out any more than they kept East Germans in.

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rlundl02Jun. 17, 13 9:30 AM

Hardliners in the GOP are suggesting we "allow" a pathway to citizenship if certain impossible conditions are met. ===== Not impossible, just not easy. People who broke the law to get into the country shouldn't have an easy path to citizenship.

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patasticJun. 17, 13 1:02 PM

We already have an immigration policy, i.e. path to citizenship. Over the past decade, an average of 700,000 immigrants per year have become legal U.S. citizens through the existing process. The problem is some people don't want to go through that process.

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arspartzJun. 18, 13 1:09 PM

Imagine you are on the waiting list to get an apartment in a high end complex. When you finally get to the top of the list, a family breaks into the soon to be vacant apartment and squats there. Should they be allowed to stay there even though they broke the law and circumvented the system? IF you kick out the parents, should the kids be allowed to stay? After all, they did nothing wrong.

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gymchampionJun. 23, 1310:46 AM

Mr. Sack and Minnesota are as far removed from the ills of illegal immigration as they are removed from the suffering caused by hurricanes on the east coast. Neither my dad, a WWII hero, nor I, a Vietnam veteran, bared arms against foreign enemies to pull the rug out from under our children and grandchildren to hand their futures over to foreign invaders.

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