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Biden in Trinidad: Illegal immigrants in U.S. ‘required to constantly live in fear’

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By Doug Powers  •  May 29, 2013 10:50 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

In a way, I guess, Biden kind of discouraged people from coming to the United States illegally. But in fairness to Joe, he really has no idea what he’s doing or saying.

From the Washington Times:

“I believe in international relations, as in any relationship, it comes down to respect. Do we respect one another? And do we show respect? For my country, that means reforming our immigration system so the 11 million — 11 million — undocumented men, women and many children, who came through no choice of their own, can come out of the shadows and be full participants in American life because they are already in many cases participating and contributing to the growth and prosperity of my country, but required to constantly live in fear and live in the shadows,” he said, as posted on the White House Office of the Vice President’s website.

Does being invited to the State of the Union speech count as “living in fear”? If one of them had conservative leanings and/or a desire to be an investigative reporter and was seated next to Lois Lerner and Eric Holder it might.

On this same subject, for your viewing displeasure, here are MSNBC promos for Alex Wagner’s new show that Biden will like seeing after he gets home (via Allahpundit at Hot Air and Mediaite). These promos were apparently recorded under the working title “Hey, racist, your ancestors probably jumped a fence to get here too — not that there should be a fence”:

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