October 5, 2011

motherjones:

Here are two Republican presidential candidates battling over who is more pro-immigration. The ’80s!

Wow, look at these goddamn socialists, man. #sarcasm

"Rather than talking about putting up a fence, why don’t we work out some recognition of our mutual problems, make it possible to come legally here with a work permit, and then while they’re working and earning here, they’re paying taxes here? And when they want to go back, they can go back? And open the border both ways, and understanding their problems." - Ronald Reagan on illegal immigration

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    What a crazy time the ’80s was. Perms, acid wash jeans, the birth of hip-hop, cocaine, pro-immigration Republicans.
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    Wow, look at these goddamn socialists, man. #sarcasm "Rather than talking about putting up a fence, why don’t we work...
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