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George Bush calls for 'gradual’ citizenship
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Posted By: GustoGrabber, 4/18/2021 9:22:43 AM

Former President George W. Bush on Friday made a call for what he described as a "gradual" path to legal residency and eventually citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants -- while at the same time claiming that "amnesty" would be "fundamentally unfair." Bush, whose 2007 push for an immigration reform bill met with furious resistance from his own party, wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post, in which he previewed a new book that he said will include "principles for reform that can restore the people’s confidence in an immigration system that serves both our values and our interests CORRECTION*

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Reply 1 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 4/18/2021 9:31:48 AM (No. 758354)
Bush doesn't get it. Doesn't he understand tens of millions of people do not vote Democrat because they do not agree with their policies? That means REPUBLICANS ABSOLUTELY MUST PROVIDE AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE DEMOCRATS. Bush doesn't do that. Thanks for sharing George, we already knew where you stand, your not helping, now go sit down.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: PageTurner 4/18/2021 9:35:59 AM (No. 758358)
Bets being taken now as to whether it sells fewer books than Hunter Biden's drug-addled memoir.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: bad-hair 4/18/2021 9:40:06 AM (No. 758363)
Calls for ? How about the gradual path that I went through for 4 years. It worked.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Periwinkel 4/18/2021 9:45:47 AM (No. 758371)
What happened, George? Did you misplace your paint brush? Please get a new one and leave politics alone. You proved yourself unworthy...and unwelcome.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Aubreyesque 4/18/2021 9:50:43 AM (No. 758376)
Shut up, George. Just like Daddy, MHRIH. Ashamed I voted four times for you (Texan here). I take back all the times I defended you. You weren’t worth it. I hope Trump finds a way to shame you again.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DVC 4/18/2021 10:01:52 AM (No. 758395)
I despise this globalist RINO. A total fraud, member of the Uniparty who is destroying the country, and importing subservient foreigners to replace Americans.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Italiano 4/18/2021 10:10:14 AM (No. 758406)
Shut up. Please.Just.Shut.Up.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: CajunGOP 4/18/2021 10:17:28 AM (No. 758413)
After eight years of silence during Obama, then popping his head up only to criticize President Trump, I don't give a rip what GWB says anymore.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: AlpineLace 4/18/2021 10:23:08 AM (No. 758419)
Still trying to ride the fence.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: TXknitter 4/18/2021 10:29:24 AM (No. 758423)
Well not too far in we see why Dubya is opening his mouth. It is not to contribute to the dialogue in a meaningful way. It is certainly not to stick up for the country who provides that giant pension he receives, oh no. Oh no - he is previewing another book!!! The guy is just selling another book that he will pretend he wrote! Its all about self promotion for these Bushes. THIS Texan is sick of all of them - so ashamed my state gave the nation LBJ and this selfish globalist Bush family.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: jacksin5 4/18/2021 10:33:58 AM (No. 758425)
A "Compassionate Conservative" is neither.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: clayusmcret 4/18/2021 10:41:08 AM (No. 758434)
There already is a gradual path in place for citizenship. It's called go home and come back legally.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: HicoKid 4/18/2021 10:45:44 AM (No. 758440)
George W. is the ultimate Post Turtle. It says a lot that he was the best alternative in the elections that he won.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: MDConservative 4/18/2021 10:52:16 AM (No. 758451)
This from the blubberhead who wanted badly to sign an amnesty in his time - only to be stopped by a public "insurrection".
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Reply 15 - Posted by: bpl40 4/18/2021 11:36:03 AM (No. 758482)
What about those who have played by the rules and stood their turn? Is this 'gradual' fair to them? Or it doesn't matter. I hope the Bushes understand now why 90% of rank and file Republicans have gone with Trump.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: FLCracker 4/18/2021 11:40:23 AM (No. 758486)
Legal aliens should get their citizenship before illegals ones do. And at charges, fees and taxes should be the same for both groups.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Krause 4/18/2021 11:56:07 AM (No. 758500)
Isn't that our normal process? They apply, we check them out, and if they meet our standards they can come in, and over the years, they can earn citizenship. Trump was working towards that. None of that is happening today. Biden screwed it up, royally.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: padiva 4/18/2021 12:31:34 PM (No. 758528)
How many illegals is GWB sponsoring? There is lots of room at his ranch.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: aasilver 4/18/2021 12:36:39 PM (No. 758532)
The 'village idiot' continues to earn his idiot nickname.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: vinegrower 4/18/2021 1:03:29 PM (No. 758551)
This man needs to just go away. No one is going to read your book.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Moritz55 4/18/2021 2:04:31 PM (No. 758599)
A defended fence, restoring Trump’s agreements with Mexico/Central America, a slightly shorter legal process, and seasonal workers’ permits would probably go a long way toward alleviating the problem, but maybe that’d be too centrist for either side to consider.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: franq 4/18/2021 2:20:49 PM (No. 758613)
Feelings of disappointment. One of our sons got me GWB's bio as a Christmas gift some years back. I read it, enjoyed it, wanted to believe it. Same feelings of hope I had when John Roberts was appointed. Thought he was a square-jawed conservative who would help our country and our cause. Well, then reality settled in...
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Reply 23 - Posted by: judy 4/18/2021 3:25:41 PM (No. 758662)
Go away W you had 8 years to solve this mess!!!
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Reply 24 - Posted by: skacmar 4/18/2021 4:08:54 PM (No. 758718)
How about never citizenship for illegals. Maybe grant legal status if they do a whole bunch of stuff (work, taxes, learn/speak English, no further criminal record)... They already start out with one big strike against them due to illegally entering the country.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: jasmine 4/18/2021 4:13:41 PM (No. 758728)
As I recall, GW Bush called Americans, who tried to protect our borders from illegal alien invaders "vigilantes." Such a nasty, uncalled for attack on patriotic citizens exposed him as the globalist puppet he is. If he had done his job, and secured our borders after 911, we wouldn't be having this conversation now. He neglected his duty, and when he left we endured 8 miserable years of Barack Obama before we finally got an American president, Donald J Trump, who actually understood that border security is national security. There are legal ways to enter the US. Invading the US from our southern border, and making fake asylum claims isn't one of them. Bush, Obama and Biden didn't run for the presidency to help American families. Donald Trump did.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: MickTurn 4/18/2021 8:20:17 PM (No. 758918)
W, you're an IDIOT!
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Reply 27 - Posted by: bighambone 4/18/2021 10:17:27 PM (No. 759015)
Amnesty or a “gradual path to citizenship” as far as illegal aliens are concerned is the same thing, they get to stay in the USA and bring their foreign family members here. When Bush and others say illegal aliens must earn citizenship by doing certain things, like learning English, that requirement quickly becomes watered down to where illegal aliens only have to read, speak, and write about one sentence in English to pass. Requiring illegal aliens to pay back taxes never works out because illegal aliens work under assumed names or “under the table” so that it would be impossible for the IRS to figure out how much back taxes 20 million or more illegal aliens really owe, or because of the low wages the illegal aliens would claim they earned, it would become impossible for the IRS to determine if they have any back tax liability; as far as a fine goes, so they would have to pay a $100-$250 fine to get to live indefinitely with a legal immigration status in the USA, big deal! With criminal records there would be all sorts of waivers so that only violent repeat felons would be denied, then in the end who is going to do all the processing and investigating of well over 20 million amnesty or legalization claims, the answer is nobody, as the leftist Democrats who are in charge in Congress and the White House would order the bureaucrats to “stamp as many illegal aliens through the process” as soon as possible. In reality the vast majority of illegal aliens do not want US citizenship, as long as they can stay and work in the USA, be eligible for all sorts of US government provided benefits and services, be allowed to travel back and forth between the USA and their home country, and be able to bring their foreign family members into the USA. G. W. Bush is a liberal establishment Republican whose only interest in illegal aliens is all the cheap labor they provide while ignoring all other of the huge number of adverse factions regarding encouraging more mass uncontrolled illegal immigration. The Democrats would like all illegal aliens now in the USA to be granted immediate US citizenship as most illegal aliens are poor, uneducated, and socialist oriented people who the Democrats believe with become socialist Democrat voters in massive numbers, thus keeping the leftist Democrats in permanent political power controlling both the Congress and the White House.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: doctorfixit 4/19/2021 1:36:17 AM (No. 759119)
Who gives a rat's ass what that moron thinks about anything? The Bush family needs to disappear.
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