William Capps on Immigration
The 14th Amendment was enacted after the Civil War, to ensure the former slaves would not be deported and would have Constitutional rights. Now, we all can agree it took many decades to ensure freedom among the African American citizens. But we also have to acknowledge that the cost of absorbing those who are illegally in our country is not helping the budgets.
I believe there are a few things that need to be done to help curtail this national problem; [among them]: Repeal the 14th Amendment.
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Retiring as of Jan. 2013:
Senate elections Nov. 2012:
CT:Bysiewicz(R) vs.Murphy(R) vs.Shays(R)
IN:Lugar(R) vs.Mourdock(R) vs.Donnelly(D)
MA:Brown(R) vs.E.Warren(D) vs.
MD:Cardin(D) vs.Wargotz(R) vs.Capps(R)
MI:Stabenow(D) vs.Hekman(R) vs.Konetchy(R) vs.Hoekstra(R)
MO:McCaskill(D) vs.Akin(R) vs.Steelman(R)
NE:Nelson(D) vs.Flynn(R) vs.Stenberg(R) vs.Bruning(R)
NM:Bingaman(D) vs.Balderas(D) vs.Sanchez(R) vs.Wilson(R)
OH:Brown(D) vs.Coughlin(R) vs.Pryce(R)
TX:Cruz(R) vs.Jones(R) vs.Leppert(R)
VA:Kaine(D) vs.Allen(R) vs.Donner(R) vs.Radtke(R)
WI:Schiess(R) vs.Neumann(R) vs.Thompson(R) vs.Kagen(D) vs.Kind(D) vs.Baldwin(D)
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