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Old 11-06-2015, 01:01 PM
 
Location: Pasadena, CA
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The fact is that they have their own country, but are too incompetent to make it anything better than mediocre, so they latch onto our society and parasite off of it. We did fine without them when we washed our own dishes and mowed our own lawns, and we'll be better off without them again someday when they aren't draining us.

Nothing in that clip comes close to the vitriol and hate that spews from mouths of right-wingers. They are the true drain on our society.

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Please provide and example Trumps supposed bigotry. Of course he will be ignored by Hispanics because they think a candidate should thumb their noses at our immigration laws just for them but it is Trump on the wrong side of this issue? What makes Hispanics think this way? Are they special and above our immigration laws?
Apparently.

Pinata: bad
generalizing millions of people: good.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:12 PM
 
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generalizing millions of people: good.
What does that even mean? Calling the millions of illegals illegal is generalizing?
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:19 PM
 
Location: Eastern Shore of Maryland
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Probably Donald Trump is behind this. He will do anything to keep his name in the headlines and discredit his opponents

Donald Trump is sick enough to do this to children. He is so in love with himself he will do anything to win the presidency.
You know better than that. Why use this as a tool to promote your own agenda. Lay the blame where it belongs and stop dancing around the real perpetrators of these kind of attacks. The illegal alien criminals. They had ample opportunity to fix their own Country and chose not to. Instead they want to sneak across the borders here, and turn our Country into their version of what it should be. It doesn't work that way.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:23 PM
 
Location: Eastern Shore of Maryland
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You're right. Trump's open and unabashed bigotry is a godsend for the Democrats. It's the reason that if he turns out to be the front runner he will be completely ignored by Hispanics and their supporters.

They may be able to ignore Trump, but they can't ignore the majority of the citizens here that want them out of the Country. It may not be Trump, but some one is going to have to address this sooner or later. Trump just made it easy for everyone to express what he says. You can't ignore a movement once its in motion.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:29 PM
 
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You're right. Trump's open and unabashed bigotry is a godsend for the Democrats. It's the reason that if he turns out to be the front runner he will be completely ignored by Hispanics and their supporters.
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They may be able to ignore Trump, but they can't ignore the majority of the citizens here that want them out of the Country. It may not be Trump, but some one is going to have to address this sooner or later. Trump just made it easy for everyone to express what he says. You can't ignore a movement once its in motion.
Like Boris said. It's getting to where it ain't real good ID'ing as "Hispanic" in the US because their rep's been destroyed by la raza and illegal aliens. We had the same kind of mess 100 years ago when Germany started annoying the US; it got to the point that many Germans here in the US stopped speaking their language because it was too dangerous.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:35 PM
 
Location: The Republic of Texas
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Like Boris said. It's getting to where it ain't real good ID'ing as "Hispanic" in the US because their rep's been destroyed by la raza and illegal aliens. We had the same kind of mess 100 years ago when Germany started annoying the US; it got to the point that many Germans here in the US stopped speaking their language because it was too dangerous.

Yep, just speaking german or japanese/manderin during WW-II got you killed pretty much immediately. The hatred was justifiably there, in the eyes of the courts, too.
They locked up the Asian Americans(not just Japanese) for their own safety, more than thinking they were actually helping the Japan enemy.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:37 PM
 
Location: Pasadena, CA
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They may be able to ignore Trump, but they can't ignore the majority of the citizens here that want them out of the Country. It may not be Trump, but some one is going to have to address this sooner or later. Trump just made it easy for everyone to express what he says. You can't ignore a movement once its in motion.
Try again: In U.S., 65% Favor Path to Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants

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What does that even mean? Calling the millions of illegals illegal is generalizing?
The poster I was replying to was talking about Hispanics in general.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:41 PM
 
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Try again: In U.S., 65% Favor Path to Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants



The poster I was replying to was talking about Hispanics in general.
IMHO there will NEVER be any kind of full on amnesty. Period.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:52 PM
 
Location: Pasadena, CA
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IMHO there will NEVER be any kind of full on amnesty. Period.
That wasn't the questioned that was posed--most Americans favor a path to citizenship over time. Even half of Republicans back a path to citizenship.

Amnesty isn't likely to happen, but it's a far more realistic scenario than "kick out the illegals and force Mexico to pay for a wall".
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Old 11-06-2015, 02:53 PM
 
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Tut, tut; I loved this video! Had to share it via Facebook. Tell it , kiddies!
I truly hope you're joking. If someone put this on my FB wall, I would really be disgusted. Apparently, it doesn't bother you that the adults in these kids' lives are exploiting them and teaching them hatred. If that's how you feel, then it's very disturbing.
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