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LISTEN: RI Split on Immigration Reform

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

 

As the nation switches its focus this week from debating about gun control and what policies the Obama administration should take in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting to talking about the always-controversial topic of immigration reform, perhaps no state better represents the wide range of opinions and opposing views than Rhode Island.

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paul zecchino

They switched from gun control? More like dropped it like a big, fat, bag of doggie steam-dump.

The Left once again overplayed its empty hand and now citizens realize it's just been dancing on the bodies of slain children to advance its foreign, tyrannical agenda.

The Left couldn't care less about life, only power.




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