LatinaLista — In Barbara Garcia’s predictions for 2008 that Latina Lista recently posted, we noticed that nothing was said of the most contentious issues facing the presidential candidates in this election â€” immigration reform and a border fence with Mexico.
So, we made a special request of the psychic to look at two specific issues and give us her insight as to what we can all expect to happen and when.
We asked Garcia to see when immigration reform would be passed and will the Department of Homeland Security continue with their plans to construct a border fence along the Texas-Mexico border?
Garcia was kind enough to give us her insights. Yet, in all honesty, Garcia’s predictions don’t give us any fresh insight. In fact, they seem to be behind the news a bit.
Which tells me, since psychics pick up on those topics that are uppermost in people’s minds, is this proof again that immigration isn’t as high on the electorate list of pressing issues as polls, anti-illegal immigration critics and some media debate moderators say or want it to be?
Since paraphrasing a psychic’s predictions is like using margarine rather than butter in a recipe (there’s a difference, however subtle, in the outcome), we reproduce her predictions below in their entirety.
I have looked into this immigration issue and I certainly understand why
your audience and your readers are so concerned. This is so sensitive that
the politicians are dancing around the edges of the issues rather than
coming up with a doable plan.
As to your direct questions, please assure your readers that the reform will
be passed, however, I am not sure about it passing 2008 because there is so
much controversy that it is quite possible that it remains on the books.
This may get carried over into 2009. (I am just not sure on the timing).
Unfortunately, I am also detecting headline news about a couple people being
deported. I feel that this is somehow intended to serve as an example.
Yes, Homeland Security will become more of a force along the Texas-Mexico border
but not necessarily a fencing plan but other devices.