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September 30, 2005

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Ted Walker

Be fair. Many people in both parties fight efforts to stop illegal immigration because so many businesses, especially in agriculture hire large numbers of illegal aliens.

The FDA has issued a study saying that food prices are kept artificially low by the presence of illegal workers and that prices rise with every successful attempt at cutting down on their numbers.

Campbell and other candidates should be honest about which side they are on in this fight and the reasons for their position.

Allan Bartlett

Enforcing the law is not a right wing issue or being "delirious" as you call it Jubal. This issue cuts across the entire political spectrum. This is not right versus left as much as it is right versus wrong. The laws need to be enforced and the politicians who vote against our interests need to be made to feel pain. It's the only thing they understand. If we don't put pressure on guys like Campbell for his poor voting record, then he will just go to DC and keep voting the way the way he has in the past.

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Allan Bartlett

"Allan, no one in this race denies that illegal immirgation is a major problem that needs to be confronted, controlled and brought to an end"

Actually now that mention it, you forgot about Marilyn Brewer's endorsement of the McCain Kennedy Amnesty bill. She is just flipping everyone a huge middle finger with her stance on that.

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Gabriel Chapman

Fevered Fulmination?

I guess if stating the obvious is a "fevered fulmination" then you could be correct. Maybe it's your lack of reading comprehension that brought you to such a knee-jerk reaction. I didn't see La Raza mentioned once in his post, in fact it only shows up twice in the entire blogs archives. Daily Kos indeed, that is if we are to believe your over hyped factually deficient analysis.

Gabriel Chapman

To add:

I'd go one further and say that Campbells voting record on these two issues shows a tremendous lack of foresight and judgment on his part that you just can't explain away with the Doh! My bad, that Campbell has given.

Allan Bartlett

Most Republican politicians refuse to deal with the elephant(no pun intended) in the room(immigration). They've been voting for an open border policy for so long that they are still kinda in shock that this issue has gained the traction that it has. If I get to ask Campbell a question at the debate Monday, I would ask him that since he says he got tricked into voting for tuition benefits for illegals, can I assume that if you get to DC that you'll be tricked by Nancy Pelosi into voting for tax increases and amnesty? I mean after all, you're not coming across as very smart if you are getting tricked into voting for things that you say you're against.

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