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Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Commented Jul 28, 2013 at 01:06:15 in Politics

“Which border was the CSmonitor article referring to? Tuscon sector of Mexico / USA border? Yes... Do you know where that is?

Page 2 of CSmonitor article provided one instance, 2 were from Mexico and 2 were from the USA. The article did not mention if the 2 from Mexico were illegal aliens, however I doubt that they have U.S. citizenship, because then they would not say "2 were from Mexico"

Also, my point in providing the article was to provide an explanation for how Steve King was aware of news that you possibly were not.

News of an escalating use of minors at the USA / Mexico border to do drug mule jobs. DREAMers are mostly minors that do not have USA citizenship... would you like to see articles  from the last 6 months showing a HUGE escalation in minors entering along the Rio Grand sector of the Border Patrol of Texas? User named "saint_bernard_mom"  has been providing those Rio Grande sector articles for months.

The escalation is the new thing, but this behavior has been happening for decades. Even in the inner city, you will read accounts of 10-year olds doing this work because of the dodging the Fed laws or State law big penalties reserved for adults.

Granted nobody knows how many minor drug mules over the last 25 years are DREAMers today, but then nobody knows POSITIVELY how many illegal aliens are in the USA today either. I can tell you this though, the coyote that crosses the illegal aliens at the USA / Mexico border has to be paid between $2,000 and $5,000 per person, and there is one way to make that payment easy.”

paulnps on Jul 28, 2013 at 09:10:21

“You bring out some great points. I think the issue here is poverty, not some endemic desire on the part of kids from illegals to assist as drug mules.  I bet there are quite a few Caucasian kids in the group too.  Look at the situation in poverty neighborhoods where drug sales have been a means to get ahead financially. ”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 28, 2013 at 00:48:06 in Politics

“Reporter did not say "3 million plus 267% " -- you know why?

Reporter refused the spokesperson's 40 million number for 20 years into the future.

11.1 million times 267% (2.67) is 29,637,000
If we do it your way, we must do 11,100,000 plus 29,637,000 which is 40,737,000

Guess what 11,100,000 times 367% (3.67) is 40,737,000

Therefore, this writer/reporter from FACT check DOT org is incorrect
and so is HP for repeating it and misleading everyone that it is correct and/or factual, when it is not.

CBO is only offering an opinion, the future is not a fact. Only the present and the past are a fact.”

ladydem on Jul 28, 2013 at 01:22:33

“I'm adding while you are multiplying so we won't come up with the same figure at all.   As for the past and present being factual, I think that is determined by what you saw and see in the past and present.  Some of us don't agree with others on either. ”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 28, 2013 at 00:39:18 in Politics

“1) If you look at the bottom of page 3, left side, Figure 1., "Unauthorized Immigrant Population: 2000-2011"
of the next link...

You will see that the NET totals are increasing from January 2009, back up to the peak within only 2 years.
http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/statistics/publications/ois_ill_pe_2011.pdf

How do you explain that? 2009 and 2010 were/ is the GREAT RECESSION? Yet there is a NET increase of 700,000 to 800,000 only two years after January 2009.

2) If you go to this page http://www.dhs.gov/publications-0

Go about 40% of the way down that page. You will see
"Annual Population Estimates"

"Estimates of the Unauthorized Immigrant Population Residing in the United States: January 2011"

January 2011 report was released March 2012
January 2010 was released February 2011
January 2009 was released January 2010

Guess when January 2012 was released?
NEVER
It was supposed to have been released Jan 2013 to March 2013. Where is it?

3) If you are not going to look at the sources that I refer you to, then you should not provide any for me. Did you go to Dream 9 article from 24--36 hours ago where I provide links to SIX CATEGORIES where Mexico comes in 1st place compared to the whole world? ( http://moourl.com/lvv2q  )

Did you go to http://www.azcentral.com and input into their search field "border statistics" and read the July 27, 2013 article?

I can provide you lots more... Rio and Tuscon sectors are reporting 200,000 apprehensions during the first 6 months of this year. A 45-year high. (Need link to that?)”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 28, 2013 at 00:12:36 in Politics

“I agree with you 100% - I will try to prove it to you as briefly as I can.

Census for the year 2010 claims there were only 40 million foreign-born in the USA.

However, DHS does not agree with that
1) 30 million green cards 1977 to 2010
2) 20 million "Temporary Guest Workers and Families" 2000-2010
3) 11 million illegal aliens is the popular claim for 2010-2011

61 million foreign-born, not 40 million.

In fact, if you count total green cards that DHS tracks for 1960 to 2010, that total is close to 40 million. [ pg 5 of '2011 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics' http://www.dhs.gov/yearbook-immigration-statistics ]

Which would increase the total foreign born in the USA from 61 million to 70 million, not 40 million PER CENSUS as of 2010

Some might say that number 2 cannot be that high, but the visas are renewable, some have 3-year terms, some have 5-year terms, and some have 1-year terms for H-2A agriculture or H-2B... but GAO.gov  says that DHS does not know how many of the visa entrants have definitely left the USA, and GAO is not the only one.

[ YOU can see the "Temporary Guest Workers and Families" visa total numbers per year on pg 65, line 3, of the '2011 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics' above,  but also the prior pages of same report to reach the year 2000 ]

If you go to
http://www.azcentral.com
and input into their search field "border statistics" and read July 27 2013 article, you might begin to see why the numbers being reported to you and I, and the rest of the Americans in the USA are NOT correct in terms of the GRAND TOTAL of illegal aliens in the USA.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 23:49:35 in Politics

“Order of your paragraphs

2) I disagree. The mathematical equation of the factor increase is

3,000,000 times 367% (3.67) which is 11 million
3,000,000 times 267% (2.67) DOES NOT reach 11 million

You can play semantics and dishonest math games until you reach 100 years old. My point was to illustrate that the author is telling a fib about 367% not being a mathematical option to reach 11 million. The factor increase is 367%. The USA does not have 8 million illegal aliens in 2011, it has 11 million. In fact, Pew Hispanic Research Center states that the USA reached a net total of 11 million illegal aliens in 2004-2005 and not in 2011.

So if you want to be technical, you must use 2004, and NOT the 2011 year that FACT check DOT org and you are using.

3) You just proved my point. FACT check DOT org did not disclose what you just did, therefore the spokesperson for Ted Cruz was correct, and the FACT check DOT org author was not.

4) No it isn't

Lastly, if you have not already done so?
Go to http://www.azcentral.com
then at their search field input "border statistics"
there should be an article there dated July 27, 2013 about "border statistics" Would be nice for you to explain why that was ignored by CBO and FACT check DOT org.

Psst, I have proof about this from months and years ago as well, from sources like GAO.gov, old INS reports, Center for Migration Studies, etc. Cheers!”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 23:38:13 in Politics

“Order of your paragraphs

1) "A substantial number of applications for the IRCA amnesty program are believed to have been fraudulent. For example, the entire qualifying foreign-born labor force, both legal and illegal, believed to meet the SAW provisions was estimated at about 300,000, far less than the more than 1 million SAW applications granted (Passel, 1999)."

pg 6 ( http://www.dallasfed.org/assets/documents/research/papers/2001/wp0103.pdf )

If you understand that, it means that in 1986, the estimate of how many illegal aliens would get amnesty, was 300,000. NOT 3 million

Same pg 6 goes on to state
"Based on surveys conducted in Mexico, Donato and Carter (1999) estimate that, in their samples, 73 percent of LAW applications were fraudulent, and 40 percent of SAW applications. Cornelius (1989) reports that 28 percent of SAW applicants did not meet the program’s conditions in his sample of Mexicans. Such widespread fraud suggests that people may have crossed the border after the bill’s passage and then obtained fake documents indicating continuous residency in the United States since January 1982 or agricultural work during the eligibility period."

If you understand that? It means that if TODAY we estimate that 11.1 million will get amnesty, the true total of how many would get amnesty is MUCH higher than 11.1 million.

Pg 7 goes on to state,
"Undocumented aliens are thus unlikely to have anticipated passage of an amnesty program or to have illegally crossed the border before October 1986 in the hopes of an amnesty program being created. However, people may have responded to the amnesty program after it was passed and entered the United States soon after passage of
the law intending to fraudulently file for amnesty."

THE PERCENTAGE INCREASE IS MUCH MUCH MORE THAT 267%, and /or a 367% factor increase. You just do not know what you are talking about.”
Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 23:22:05 in Politics

“So let me see if I am following you. The Latina reporter should of stood out there, with her sources, and video accounted for each race of people? BTW, Mexico has all 3 anthropological races of the world.

I would ask you to rephrase what you wrote, but I do not see how what you wrote changes the dynamics.”

paulnps on Jul 28, 2013 at 00:07:03

“We are referring to the CSN article about the drug mules and Mr. King's assertion that the majority of Dreamers are drug mules. The article referred to says nothing about the teens being Mexican citizens. ”
Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 23:18:54 in Politics

“In order of your sentences

1) I would like to see support for your inane claim

By Lourdes Medrano, Correspondent / July 16, 2013

Last I checked, Medrano is a Latina. I guess you just figure she is a Latina that is lying about people crossing the USA / Mexico border. How do you see it that way? Why would you see it that way? Wouldn't Jorge Ramos have exposed your conspiracy already? YES...

2) In terms of your assertion, evidently someone that does not discriminate against either CS Monitor, which you evidently did not read their NOT direct association with the the CS that you clearly discriminate against.

But that is you, I bet I could stereotype you...you want me to do that to YOU? When you stereotype others, the way that you are doing, you are what you despise in others. Cheers!”
Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 23:11:51 in Politics

“Why don't you ask them?”
Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Tom Harkin, Dick Durbin Immigration Forum Set For Steve King's Turf In Iowa

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 23:11:23 in Politics

“All drugs? Any drug? What if I put chlorine in a gel capsule? It will not take you out of this world, but you will feel different.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 23:09:34 in Politics

“Thank you. Everyone at the table is doing "projections / guesses". Which includes CBO, Ted Cruz, and everyone else.
 
Which is why what Fact Check dot ORG is doing is a w hunt, because Ted should be permitted his "projections / guesses" and so should CBO, and everyone else. The verification of the math that Ted's spokesperson Rushton did, is actually very close to what CBO said.

Rushton said that 367% (3.67) times 3,000,000 is 11 million

Fact check said 267% of 3,000,000 is 8 million (However, FC said that we need to reach the 11.1 million total of illegal aliens in the USA according to Pew Hispanic Research Center -- which means 3 million has to be added to 8 million to reach 11 million --- which is what Rushton said 367% times 3,000,000 was -- 11 million)

367% times 11.1 million is 40,737,000 for 20 years from now. --
Ted said 20 to 30 million 20 years from now. --
CBO said 25% to 50% reduction after S.744 is law 20 years from now. --

25% to 50% of 40,737,000 is 20 to 30 million
The "projections / guesses" of CBO and Cruz are almost the same.”

Dennis Higgins on Jul 28, 2013 at 05:58:43

“At what point do the projections/guesses become over the top rantings??? Clearly they do! I own several hoodies, am I criminal to be shot by G. Zimmermann?”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 22:56:29 in Politics

“Order of your paragraphs

2) You have to stop everyone, you do not stop the net total, you have to stop the gross total.
 
Do you think that Pew Hispanic Research Center's number of 11.1 million is a gross total or net total for the end of 2010? DHS's number for January 2011 is 11.5 million. They both use the residual method, which means those totals are NET totals.

I can provide you with 2 links to show you that the counts from CBP, ICE, and DHS are off, but those counts are the numbers that CBO, GAO, BEA.gov, CMS, PHR center, and everyone else uses.

For now, go to http://www.azcentral.com after you get there, go to their search field -- input "border statistics" and read the article dated today.

3) Net immigration from Mexico is NOT ZERO. If you click the article at HP about DREAMer 9 or DREAM 9 from 24-36 hours ago, I posted proof that what you wrote is NOT correct. It should still be there.

Illegal immigration has not stopped, and gross illegal alien entries to the USA during Obama's first 2 years is at the same pace it was during the last 4-6 years of George W Bush's 8-year term.

I can provide evidence with links that prove to ANY REASONABLE person that gross entries to the USA show that the rest of your paragraph is OFF”

BlueHorde on Jul 27, 2013 at 23:53:00

“No one said illegal immigration has stopped, just that NET illegal immigration is now negative - more illegal immigrants are leaving the US than are entering it.

Estimated # of Illegal Aliens in US (PewResearch):
2007 12 million
2011 11.1 Million

The first number is bigger than the second number.

Also according to Pew - From 2005 to 2010 1,350,000 people migrated from Mexico to the US (both legally and illegally), and 1,390,000 migrated from the US to Mexico. The second number is bigger than the first, that is a NET of less than zero.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 22:44:46 in Politics

“In the order of your paragraphs

1) You do not know what you are talking about.

a) The 1986 IRCA Amnesty was regarding ONLY illegal aliens in the USA before 1982. Which means there were illegal aliens in the USA after January 1982, that DID NOT get amnesty from the 1986 IRCA.

b) There is a difference between a Gross Total and a Net Total entering the USA per year. Gross Total per year, is how many enter the USA. Net Total per year is how many enter per year, LESS those that voluntarily leave the USA for their own reasons, LESS those that were ordered to self-deport by a USDOJ / DHS immigration Judge, LESS those that were deported within the removal totals per year that DHS does, LESS those that passed away for whatever reason.

c) The gross total entries of illegal aliens to the USA under Obama were between 750,000 and 1,000,000 per year. (Let me know if you need links) 10.8 million in January 2009 -- 11.5 million in January 2011 -- according to DHS. A net increase of 700,000 over 2 years, or 350,000 per year.

However, the deportation totals for 2009 and 2010 were 385,100 - 2010 and 393,457 - 2009 - according to DHS. BUT for example DHS reports "Aliens Returned by Country of Nationality: Fiscal Years 2009 to 2011" were 584,436 for 2009. The difference is 393,457 was an involuntary removal and 584,436 was involuntary PLUS voluntary removals.

Do the math, 2009 was 934,436 (584,436 plus 350,000 average increase of net totals)

d) There were NOT 3 million in 1986. DHS says they gave amnesty to 2.7 million between 1988 and 1992, from the 1986 IRCA. But those 2.7 million were illegal aliens that entered the USA before 1982. There were more than 2.7 million illegal aliens in the USA as of 1990

For example, "estimate of 3.9 million for October 1992" Source:
pg 4 http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/statistics/illegal.pdf

That means there were 2.7 million that got amnesty, and by October 1992, another 3.9 million. Trust me, you do not know what you are talking about.

e) 267% (2.67) times 3,000,000 is 8 million. The article said there were 11 million as of 2011, not 8 million. You have to add the 3 million back in to reach 11 million. Which is what 367% of 3 million is, it is 11 million. You are INCORRECT.”

BlueHorde on Jul 27, 2013 at 23:20:54

“If there were more than 3 million illegal aliens in the US in 1986, then the percentage increase is less than 267%.

Since we are talking about percentage INCREASE, you do not include the beginning number, you use the difference. Otherwise you are saying that if there were 3 million in 1986, and 3 million in 2011, that is a 100% increase. No, you base the percentage on the difference.

So while it is true that 11 million is 367% of 3 million, that is not the difference. 3 million is 100% of 3 million, which you have to subtract to get the increase. 367-100=267.

Math is hard.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 22:18:57 in Politics

“6) Ted's father could of lived in the USA for 55 years, and never Naturalized to U.S. citizenship. More than 11 to 12 million in the USA have not naturalized to U.S.A. citizenship (1995 to 2005) and the USA only has approximately 40 million foreign-born as of 2009.

7) Not likely that the reason Ted's Dad becomes a U.S. Naturalized citizen in 2005, is because of Ted.
     "Appointed to the office of Solicitor General of Texas by Attorney General Greg Abbott, Cruz served in that position from 2003 to 2008"

Ted was not looking for new employment in 2004 or 2005...It takes months to prepare for the Naturalization, likely Ted's Dad started to prepare in 2004.

Ted did not decide to run for political office until January 19, 2011. It does not seem to fit with the theory, that Ted's Dad naturalized to U.S. citizenship in 2005 because of Ted becoming a U.S. Senator in 2013.
 
8) It is my understanding that a person only qualifies to run for POTUS if they are born in the USA, or like John McCain, on USA property abroad. I have NOT read anything that says that Ted Cruz was born inside of USA property located in Canada. It does not seem possible that Ted Cruz can run for President of the United States.”

Chipmaker on Jul 28, 2013 at 07:40:30

“The constitution does not define "natural born citizen" and thus the issue is vague. It might take a Supreme Court ruling to clarify what is meant by that.

But, if Ted Cruz IS a US citizen (which we know he is), then by what process did he achieve citizenship?

He was not naturalized.

He claimed his citizenship by virtue of his birth to a US citizen, even though she was abroad at the time.

Most people who've written on this matter conclude that this, attaining citizenship by birth, qualifies as a "natural born" citizen.

The Department of State has very specific written requirements to be able to claim US citizenship by virtue of being born to a US citizen. By those standards, the one under which Cruz achieved citizenship and a US Passport, he is eligible for the office of POTUS.

If Ted Cruz is NOT a "natural born" US citizen, then he is not currently a US citizen at all because he has yet to go through the process of naturalization. In that case, he is not even eligible for the office he CURRENTLY holds.

Regarding Cruz' father, he had applied for and received a green card decades prior to his final naturalization, thus all that was required was the citizenship test and oath, at the time he wanted to become a citizen.

Which was about the time that Cruz political aspirations were taking shape.

Coincidence? I think not.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 22:06:18 in Politics

“Thank you.

I am still reading both, but I wanted to correct you with one of your links. The north country public radio link has this quote.

"His father went there {Canada] after having earlier obtained political asylum in the U.S. when his student visa ran out. He then got a green card, he says, and married Ted's mother, an American citizen."

1) Ted was born in Canada in 1970

2) The above quote means that Ted's dad received a "green card" for political asylum in the USA during the 1960s. (Likely around 1962-1967 because he was working his way through the University of Texas as a student, that enrolled at around 1957-58, and that is when he met Ted's Mom.)

That green card means that Ted's Dad was a Legal Permanent Resident of the USA.

3) Legal Permanent Residency is what a foreign-born gets to remain in the USA forever, until one qualifies for U.S. Naturalization to U.S. citizenship. Usually to qualify for U.S. Naturalization to U.S. citizenship, you have to be law abiding / good character and be residing in the USA for 5 years.

However, despite that, only HALF of LPRs become U.S.A. citizens
http://www.pewhispanic.org/files/2007/03/2007-naturalization06.png

4) Ted's Dad was not a Canadian citizen in 1970, he was likely a foreign-born resident of Canada, and simultaneously a resident of the USA with permission to work for the oil industry in Canada.

Canada is similar to the USA, you do not get instant citizenship upon arriving.

5) Texas is where the oil industy is, and has been for a century. Moving back there in 1974, after being in Canada from 1967 to 1974 is not unusual.”

Chipmaker on Jul 28, 2013 at 07:46:47

“One of the articles (I can't remember which) states that Rafael Bienvenido Cruz (Ted's father) was a Canadian citizen at the time of Ted Cruz' birth. Based on what you state, it would appear that the senior Cruz must have begun the process of Naturalization in Canada immediately and completed it as quickly as possible.

Also stated, in one of the articles, is that in 2005 the senior Cruz "renounced his Canadian citizenship and became a naturalized US citizen." When asked why he waited so long to become a US citizen, he says, "Procrastination. Laziness, I guess."

This would seem to indicate a strong desire to be a citizen of Canada, but only a weak one (such as at the behest of his son's political aspirations) for becoming a US citizen.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 21:47:26 in Politics

“Exactly. I have been saying this for months. Everyone here, and in other spots keeps talking about this, when Ted never said he was born in the USA. It is my understanding that a POTUS must be born in the USA, or for those first 6+ Presidents of the USA, in what we call the USA today.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 21:43:19 in Politics

“Your arrogance proves otherwise.”

e33 on Jul 28, 2013 at 16:08:15

“Stupid people (you) need to earn respect.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 21:42:53 in Politics

“1) CBO was an opinion. CBO and anyone else are doing ballpark.

You know why? Because they are doing a forecast, based on baselines that are estimates. If you need support for that, let me know and I will give you links.

2) I do not believe you need "the Canuck's" long-form birth certificate, he was not born in the USA, and he never said he was born in the USA. I never said that "the Canuck" can become POTUS, since that is what you are implying.”
DREAMers Respond To KIDS Act: ‘We Will Not Stand For This'

DREAMers Respond To KIDS Act: ‘We Will Not Stand For This'

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 21:39:00 in Latino Voices

“Your CIR (Be it S.744 or similar) is slavery. You know it, and you want it. You are a fraud.”

AMF 400 on Jul 28, 2013 at 14:51:33

“No, it's a proposed LAW that deserved to be voted.

You amuse me, please continue....”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 21:34:53 in Politics

“I only returned here 5 hours ago, and was not here prior to that.. I proved you and everyone else to be incorrect during the last 5 hours, presuming my comments are permitted to remain public.

So, sorry, you are resembling your own remarks.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 21:32:57 in Politics

“Cruz is a U.S.A naturalized citizen, that was born in Canada. Not the same.”
Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Ted Cruz's Nonfactual Illegal Immigration Figures Explored

Commented Jul 27, 2013 at 21:32:25 in Politics

“I would like to read your source for that. What I read is that Ted's Dad received political asylum in the USA during the 1960s. Do you have RELIABLE source that says otherwise?”

TLNana on Jul 28, 2013 at 09:58:43

“He came to the US on a student visa, fled to Canada when that visa expired, married an american then came to the us.  Ted was born in Canada and didn't come to the us until he was 4 years old.  Do your own research it's all out there.”
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