Washington (CNN) - Advocates for comprehensive immigration reform won their first major legislative victory this week when the Senate Judiciary Committee voted 13-5 to approve the bipartisan "Gang of Eight" plan.
If enacted, the measure will create a 13-year path to citizenship for most of the country's 11 million undocumented immigrants.
First, nice to see an attractive young lady in a photo here instead of all those ugly politicans.
Next, I am JOINING certain hardcore Republicans in being against this bill, but for different reasons, natch. My reason: gay immigrants are not given the same rights as straight immigrants. This is stone-cold "Gay Crow" legislation.
NO THANKS. Try again.
#1 the gop losers will support it. # 2 the gop will not support it. # 3 the gop will support it if you give up obamacare and soc sec. #4. The gop will not support it unless you give unlimited tax breaks to romney, the teaparty the oil companies and karl rove . # 5 we will support it when the allians from kolob invade earth , but only in your state and if we can cut some social programs !!!!
One thing, and one thing only needs to be known.
Until the border is shut down, to illegal traffic, nothing else matters, and no reforms should be undertaken......at all.
Immigrants in the past and now make America stronger!
Go home and come in the front door otherwise deport all of them.
Sounds harsh but that's what others had to do and there should be no exception period.
All I hear is we are violating their civil rights well guess what if you are not legal you have no civil rights.
Rubio / Cruz
Viva Cuba !
I support this bill from senator . So we can know verify who staying here and secure the border.
I love that sign considering that the Cuban anchor baby is just that an anchor baby for a group of immigrants who came to the US under completely different circumstances . . . . political refuge.
Most Cubans who left after Castro took over were professionals who, even if they had to take low paying jobs, these jobs paid for them to educate themselves to be able to practice or work at their chosen profession in the US.
The word Hispanic should be banned from the vocabulary. Different countries and their people have different needs or reasons to be here in the US.