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Washington Sheriff's Association supports comprehensive immigration reform for Illegal immigration?

The Washington Sheriff's Association this week became the first state law-enforcement association to endorse comprehensive immigration reform. In a letter to Washington's U.S. senators, President Ken Irwin, Yakima County's sheriff, wrote, "We urge Congress and the president to enact a comprehensive immigration law that secures the borders and addresses the reality of illegal workers in a comprehensive manner so that this nation can move forward as one." http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/opinion/2009413016_kate03.html Big-City Police Chiefs Urge Overhaul of Immigration Policy http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/02/us/02florida.html?_r=1&ref=global-home Why are President Obama, John McCain, Sheriff's & Police Chief's & 70 % American supporting immigration reform? The only people who do not support immigration reform are businesses that hire i****************s, because I guess they are making lots of hiring them! only 19 % hardliners oppose the immigration reform most of them are rich business owners.

Asked By: i - 7/4/2009
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If the employment laws were enforced we would not need to secure the borders. We would not need to deport anyone, there would be no problem... More
Answered By: alita - 7/4/2009
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i'm all for enforcing our borders, i'm not for giving amnesty to millions of illegals.
Answered By: can't stop me :) - 7/4/2009
 
Oh yeah? What do you think of this Sheriff who is using Joe Arpaio tactics...and getting results... More
Answered By: True Pimp - 7/4/2009
 
It is against the law to enter this country without proper ID and permission to do so. NO matter how you look at it! Sheriff Joe Arpio and the Maricopa Sheriff's Department has been doing the job that we pay them to do and it is about time more start doing the jobs they are paid to do.
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Answered By: HawgRider - 7/4/2009
 
Check out www.immigrationdreamact09.com
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Answered By: Tenesh R - 7/7/2009
 
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