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Jeb Bush immigration stance "undercuts" reform effort, GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham says

Huffington Post:

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), one of the members crafting an immigration bill in the upper chamber, said Tuesday that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's opposition to a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants could damage their effort.

"He has been a great voice on immigration, he has been a good governor, understands the Hispanic community," Graham told reporters. "I just think this proposal caught me off guard, and it undercuts what we're trying to do."

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STFU Graham, you have undercut the efforts since you where elected.


"Shut the F... Up"?

Nice language coming from a Jebusite, who can't stand anyone criticizing their cult leader.

Of course, Lindsey is a "peach'.

sup, yo

That's like saying you are from a specific race for saying whasup, whasup. Not much sense there.

Max Salfinger

How would Social Security and Medicare be affected by adding 10 million "new" citizens to the U.S.?

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