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    Thumbs down Texan is DNC's First Undocumented Speaker

    Of course, the DNC proudly labeld "undocumented" under her name as she spoke. Just open up the borders, liberals.
    Enter the US legally, or GET THE HELL OUT.

    Texan is DNC's First Undocumented Speaker — 2012 Presidential Election | The Texas Tribune

    Obama’s selection of Veliz to speak at the DNC was a clear reach to the Latino voters his re-election bid needs, and an opportunity to remind them of his own immigration policy: He signed an executive order last month that grants many undocumented youth who entered the country illegally as children — people who would be eligible for the DREAM Act if it passed — temporary permission to stay in the U.S. and work.

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    So uninspired by this debate. Democrats want the hispanic vote, republicans want the one which opposes the hispanic vote whatever that is. The question I have is who really the hell cares? No bigger fish to fry here? No pharamaceutical companies, technology companies, chemical and food companies buying off our political process, this is what passes for outrage in the information age?

    It's 2012, why are we even thinking about discussing 20th century issues? Sparty I was wrong about you, you've got potential, open up past this bullshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparta View Post
    So uninspired by this debate. Democrats want the hispanic vote, republicans want the one which opposes the hispanic vote whatever that is. The question I have is who really the hell cares? No bigger fish to fry here? No pharamaceutical companies, technology companies, chemical and food companies buying off our political process, this is what passes for outrage in the information age?

    It's 2012, why are we even thinking about discussing 20th century issues? Sparty I was wrong about you, you've got potential, open up past this bullshit.
    Yeah, I actually agree with you. It's all strawman right now.

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