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  1. #1 "Florida Doesn't Want Illegal Haitians Granted Legal Status." 
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    Poll: Fla. Voters Want Immigration laws Enforced (They don't want millions of Haitians?)

    Fifty-one percent of 1,618 registered Florida voters surveyed by Quinnipiac (Conn.) University said they wanted immigration laws enforced compared to 43 percent opposed to them being waived in the wake of the deadly Haitian earthquake Jan. 12. Voters were opposed, 50 percent to 46 percent, to a decision by the Obama Administration to grant temporary legal status for 18 months to Haitians living in the U.S. when the earthquake hit and divided on allowing more immigrants into the country. Quinnipiac said the survey.
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    Do you think immigration laws should make it easier for Haitians to stay in the U.S.?Yes No
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    Yes 39 .....23%
    No 127 .....77%
    Total Votes: 166
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    http://www.miamiherald.com/news/flor...y/1448271.html
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    Of course they don't. No level-headed patriot wants crimigrants granted legal status with the stroke of a pen.
    Obama-if you're being run out of town, get out in front and pretend that it's a parade!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stsinner View Post
    Of course they don't. No level-headed patriot wants crimigrants granted legal status with the stroke of a pen.
    No, but we do need for there to be a way for these refugees to enter our nation legally. Give them the ability to enter legally, and then we can keep track of them, make sure that they are obeying our laws and contributing positively to our society. If we don't give these people a viable option, then it is just going to force them underground, where it will be that much more difficult to monitor them and deport them if necessary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbym View Post
    No, but we do need for there to be a way for these refugees to enter our nation legally. Give them the ability to enter legally, and then we can keep track of them, make sure that they are obeying our laws and contributing positively to our society. If we don't give these people a viable option, then it is just going to force them underground, where it will be that much more difficult to monitor them and deport them if necessary.
    Refuges from what? Their nation is not under attack, there is no great drought, they had an earthquake. They need to go to work and help rebuild their nation and take care of their children. They belong at home!
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    Hey I just got a message..... From Obama's lips to my ears.

    I think he said, "So fucking what", or something to that effect.
    Better to die on your feet than live on your knees.
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