Texas Solution

Texas Solution is a False Hope

One cannot look at either the 2012 Texas Solution or the Staples-backed 2014 update in a piece-part fashion.  The entire plank is a fraud in that it does not offer any border security or immigration reform solutions to the perceived problem.

Battles on the Horizon for GOP Immigration Plank

It's approaching that time of year again where the GOP plank on immigration turns into Shakespeare theatrics as manuevering begins to get the right players on the platform committee. Please note the letters attached already being circulated. Delegates are sure to encounter the overtures of those pressing for some type of legalization scheme just short of citizenship or the pressures of remaining loyal to the Rule of Law and protecting the next generation.

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Norman Adams is Mad AGAIN at NumbersUSA-Center for Immigration Studies-FAIR

Norman Adams is on the war path AGAIN against the immigration-fighting groups and has come out with an ominously-titled piece: "Are Federation of Americans for Immigration Reform (FAIR), NumbersUSA, and Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) Really Playing the GOP for a Bunch of Suckers? SPIES IN THE CAMP - Part I". The silliness of this is too numerous to mention in that the whole premise is that people are incapable of noticing for themselves the carnage and chaos of illegal (& Boston-Bombers-LEGAL IMMIGRATION) in a debate that has spanned some two decades.

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Texas Voters: What GOP plank on immigration do you prefer?

Take our survey to let our elected officials know that we are paying attention when it comes to immigration.

Texas Solution: Is it an Amnesty?...(yes it is)

 This is the 2012- Texas GOP plank on immigration laid out in all its glory that by hook and crook replaced the 2010 immigration plank at the Ft. Worth convention. Read more here to fully compare the planks and see what was lost: http://www.stopthemagnet.com/blog/texas-solution-bornand-who-delivered

The Texas Solution is born....and Who Delivered

 Over the years, conservative activists involved in the Republican party had been able to thwart vested interests in the cheap labor crowd from tilting the GOP immigration plank away from its enforcement-based leanings. But in 2012, at the GOP convention in Ft. Worth,the piracy wing in guest-worker amnesty won the day.See below:

Norman Adams (http://www.texasgopvote.com/issues/fix-immigration/texas-republicans-have-answer-004851)

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