New Jersey Governor Chris Christie might just have a chance at being the 2016 Republican Presidential hopeful and he’s gearing up for it in a grand way by following the new Republican strategy – catering to non-white Hispanics.
Illegal alien students in New Jersey (oops, should that have been undocumented?) will now receive in-state tuition. If they are only undocumented and not just here illegally, where is the documentation to come from when they enter college. Of course, it is silly logic, but no one is claiming intelligence for either Dem. or Rep. politicians.
Christie says that it is the duty of the government to give these students an opportunity to increase their investment. Did he forgot that the investment was at the expense of US taxpayers? And the forced investment is just leading toward America’s continued decline.
Should anyone counter his logic by thinking about US citizens first and pointing out that the government’s job is NOT to invest in the dreams of illegal aliens or their families (that is the job of their native countries) but to invest in, promote, and protect US citizens, he calls them “cold hearted.”
CNN) Flanked by Hispanic leaders, students, and immigration reform advocates, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie celebrated the signing of his state’s so-called DREAM Act on Tuesday, hailing the new law a sound economic choice and an object lesson in bipartisan cooperation.
The bill grants in-state college tuition rates to undocumented high school graduates who attended a New Jersey high school for at least three years
“Our job, I believe, as a government, is to give every one of these children who we have already invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in, an opportunity to maximize the investment for their benefit, for the benefit of their families, for the benefit of our state and the country,” Christie said.
“Even if you’re cold-hearted about this, you can agree with the common sense of the economics: An investment made should be an investment maximized,” he said.