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What is Obama, Hillary and McCain's stance on illegal immigration?

What are the candidates policies on illegal immigration? This will be affecting my decision greatly, because it's very important to me. I've lived in every time zone in the USA and I know a lot of non-border states take this lightly. If you live in Arizona, Texas and especially California, you know this is a serious issue. Thoughts?

Asked By: Johnny on the Spot - 2/10/2008
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Obamas Plans for Illegal Immigration... More
Answered By: Jessie H - 2/10/2008
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they are all for open borders, aka American union. All three are scum with liberal leanings, that are going to wreck America.
Answered By: John S - 2/10/2008
 
None of them will fix the problem. Its a precursor to open borders and the NAU. If you dont think the NAU is real look at my Republian platform survey from my caucus. http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/8278/s8005678kz2.jpg
Answered By: William F - 2/10/2008
 
Hollywood, Calif. -- Hollywood, California-- The much-anticipated Tinseltown one-on-one Democratic debate tonight lacked much of the drama that had been widely predicted and proceeded on a relatively cordial tone, with candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama refusing to directly confront each other during much of... More
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Answered By: Reed C - 2/10/2008
 
they are opposed to it, but they are also opposed to doing anything to stop it
Answered By: Tipper - 2/10/2008
 
McCain wants the fence. High, wide, and fast. He wants everyone deported. Obama and Clinton want amnesty after you pay a fine, learn English, and get in line. Obama and Clinton differ on health care for i****************s. Clinton wants to cover them, but Obama would not.
Answered By: Jo - 2/10/2008
 
Not a one of them seems to understand that the illegals are CRIMINALS among other negative things. I maintain that our elected officials who are not upholding our laws need to be investigated because the whole mess reeks of massive corruption from County to Capitol... More
Answered By: electablegod - 2/10/2008
 
I am a half Hispanic, that grew up in Los Angeles. I did not look 'ethnic' enough to stay there, so I moved North. I got tired of living with iron bars on my house and all the other Getto problems that went along with what the greater L.A. area has become. Celebrities are the main reason for the Amnesty because they... More
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Answered By: NorthFlight - 2/11/2008
 
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