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Immigration package met with hope, concern

Planned path to citizenship gets bipartisan push

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To Schenectady resident Monica Arias Miranda, who heads the Capital Region-based Hispanic Coalition NY, President Barack Obama’s speech on immigration reform last week was “wonderful.” “He does uplift you,” she said. But Arias Miranda is looking for more from the president. Specifically, she wants to see a concrete proposal. “We’re waiting for content, and we’re not getting that,” she said. The president has expressed support for a bipartisan immigration proposal unveiled Tuesday by the Senate’s ...


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wmarincic
February 3, 2013
8:55 a.m.

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Disgusted where liberalism and lack of common sense has taken America. We need term limits and no lifetime pension for these idiots...

110efg13gd
February 3, 2013
10:11 a.m.

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Only 625K illegal immigrants in 2010 in NY? Hell, let's go out and get more! Then we can give them drivers licenses, free rent money, free healthcare, free daycare, free cell phones, find them jobs; oops, sorry, they already get these! I'd certainly be willing to give some of my pension and Social Security money that I worked my whole life for, just to help these freeloaders! Maybe we could give them a pass on registering their guns, too.

110efg13gd
February 3, 2013
10:23 a.m.

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We certainly are 'The Land of the Free'; handouts, that is!

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