Here is my Top Ten Immigration Wish List for 2012:
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When Republicans were asked in February what issues were most important to them, immigration was seventh. In a poll taken this week, immigration was fourth, according to NPR. It was behind only energy and the two wars.
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Texas Governor Rick Perry is one of the leading candidates to become the Republican nominee for the upcoming Presidential Election. The issue of immigration reform will be an important one in the months leading up to the Presidential Election. Governor Perry has taken some early positions on Immigration and I examine them here.
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Presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann, a Republican, has made recent statements on immigration. Here is a summary of her recent statements: