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Unread 04-24-2010, 02:05 AM
 
Location: Acworth
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Originally Posted by BillR1 View Post

More whining...

Whaaa more racism and inbred hillbillie politics!

Right back at you.

This bill encroaches far beyond "illegal" whatever; and the whatever is just that - whatever. and the illegal is in parenthesis because it isn't limited to illegal.

I dont expect you to have the required education to understand that though.

 
Unread 04-24-2010, 03:08 AM
 
Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Last edited by basketballakev; 04-24-2010 at 03:18 AM..
 
Unread 04-24-2010, 04:15 AM
 
Location: Winnetka, IL & Rolling Hills, CA
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I applaud Governor Brewer and Senator Pearce for making a strong attempt at controlling the problem of illegal immigration. Illegal immigrants come in all forms. Being an Illinoisan I understand that there are Mexican illegal immigrants, Irish illegal immigrants, Czech illegal immigrants, etc. I think that it is a reasonable expectation for one to prove their citizenship when involved in an act that could be considered a crime.

I plan on making an out-of-state contribution to Governor Brewer's 2010 campaign as a show of support.
 
Unread 04-24-2010, 04:17 AM
 
Location: Katy,TX.
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I applaud Governor Brewer and Senator Pearce for making a strong attempt at controlling the problem of illegal immigration. Illegal immigrants come in all forms. Being an Illinoisan I understand that there are Mexican illegal immigrants, Irish illegal immigrants, Czech illegal immigrants, etc. I think that it is a reasonable expectation for one to prove their citizenship when involved in an act that could be considered a crime.

I plan on making an out-of-state contribution to Governor Brewer's 2010 campaign as a show of support.
BINGO! I was thinking to myself "what can I do to show my support for Governor Brewer"?
 
Unread 04-24-2010, 04:22 AM
 
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Frankly, this bill is terrible. I for one, support "illegal immigration", as I have no quarrels with an underprivileged group of people seeking an improved standard of living, or rather the "American Dream" we advertise to the rest of the world. I especially have no issue with it considering the states with the biggest issues with illegal immigration are states that were originally owned by Mexico. This of course was before the grand ole United States decided to throw our weight around and forcibly take the land from the Mexicans.

In addition, I'd love to look at the ancestry of those who support this bill as I'm sure their lineage is plagued with individuals that didn't come to America "legally". In fact, if Native Americans employed similar tactics when the Europeans conveniently got lost and stumbled across America, most of you wouldn't be posting about this issue today. Thank God not all people are as simple minded and bigoted as modern day Americans. That aside, most of you complaining about "illegal immigration", are the same people that employ "illegal immigrants" to mow your lawns, clean your houses and vehicles, tile your floors, repair your roofs, etc. Hypocrisy at it's finest.

Anyhow, this bills reeks of racism and bigotry. Racial profiling on a grand scale will ensue, and crime will undoubtedly rise. Even the idea of this bill is sickening. But hey, why not employ a Nazi like regime?

God bless America.
 
Unread 04-24-2010, 06:17 AM
 
Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Originally Posted by Obey View Post
Frankly, this bill is terrible. I for one, support "illegal immigration", as I have no quarrels with an underprivileged group of people seeking an improved standard of living, or rather the "American Dream" we advertise to the rest of the world. I especially have no issue with it considering the states with the biggest issues with illegal immigration are states that were originally owned by Mexico. This of course was before the grand ole United States decided to throw our weight around and forcibly take the land from the Mexicans.

In addition, I'd love to look at the ancestry of those who support this bill as I'm sure their lineage is plagued with individuals that didn't come to America "legally". In fact, if Native Americans employed similar tactics when the Europeans conveniently got lost and stumbled across America, most of you wouldn't be posting about this issue today. Thank God not all people are as simple minded and bigoted as modern day Americans. That aside, most of you complaining about "illegal immigration", are the same people that employ "illegal immigrants" to mow your lawns, clean your houses and vehicles, tile your floors, repair your roofs, etc. Hypocrisy at it's finest.

Anyhow, this bills reeks of racism and bigotry. Racial profiling on a grand scale will ensue, and crime will undoubtedly rise. Even the idea of this bill is sickening. But hey, why not employ a Nazi like regime?

God bless America.
So according to you, its alright if a specific group of individuals comes into the US illegally while other groups of individuals must patiently wait in line in order to legally immigrate into the US? What gives these people precedence over others who are trying to come into the US legally for a better standard of living?
 
Unread 04-24-2010, 06:18 AM
 
Location: On the Rails in Northern NJ
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Mexico might sanction Arizona for this , my Mexican Friend says. You don't want to Pis* of Mexico , because they'll just more over the border. My Mexican friend , said alot of his neighbors were chanting anti-American slurs in the streets and burning Arizona flags You really have done it now , he thinks a race war is brewing in Arizona.....
 
Unread 04-24-2010, 06:18 AM
 
Location: Los Angeles, CA
276 posts, read 272,484 times
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The bill is only racist if you interject race into the bill. No where in the bill is race or color of ones skin mentioned.
 
Unread 04-24-2010, 06:24 AM
 
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So according to you, its alright if a specific group of individuals comes into the US illegally while other groups of individuals must patiently wait in line in order to legally immigrate into the US? What gives these people precedence over others who are trying to come into the US legally for a better standard of living?
Yes.

Well for starters, it's their land.
 
Unread 04-24-2010, 06:48 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Nexis4Jersey View Post
Mexico might sanction Arizona for this , my Mexican Friend says. You don't want to Pis* of Mexico , because they'll just more over the border. My Mexican friend , said alot of his neighbors were chanting anti-American slurs in the streets and burning Arizona flags You really have done it now , he thinks a race war is brewing in Arizona.....
Maybe, if we are really lucky, Mexico will build a big wall on the border to keep us out!
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