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Old 09-17-2008, 12:25 PM
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Ditto. I have nothing against the Mexican people, just the ones coming here by breaking our laws. You throw the word "racist" around so that you feel good and make the appearance of being an intellect. Wonder who you will impress when you no longer have a say in this country? Go ahead, open the gates
I agree 100%! The census bureau is already saying by 2020, Caucasians will be a minority.

My hub is a medical professional and I hear the facts, not the BS the liberal media feeds us that is repeated by some troll on a forum. We are caring for illegals and turning our backs on Seniors are here legally and who have worked their whole life and paid taxes.

We have failed our elders as a society.

Old 09-17-2008, 01:18 PM
Location: Mesa, Az
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Tsk, tsk, what vitriolic comments! Since Sedona is a tourist trap, the town would be doomed without the businesses hiring illegals. When I first moved here I noticed that little community in West Sedona and it was obvious that the powers that be in Sedona sanctioned the hiring of illegals. They are only a couple of blocks from city hall and the police department. Gee, has anyone ever noticed the absence of blacks in Sedona. Did someone use the term "racist" in this thread?
I call BS on that-------especially with the economy imploding as we speak.

Commuting from Cottonwood (which has much cheaper housing) is no strain.......especially if the business owners in Sedona were willing to pay $10 an hour.
Old 09-17-2008, 05:56 PM
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Who worked at those businesses before the the illegals wandered over the border?

I bet the businesses who do hire illegals do not figure into the equation what it costs to provide welfare benefits, medical care and education and housing to those illegals. If they just paid the few extra dollars and hired legal workers then none of us would would to pay the increased taxes to care for them.

Each time we pay for their medical care, drugs, treatments, education, housing,etc. we are taking away from Americans.

What people fail to remember is these people have broken the law. They are criminals and so are the business owners who hire them.

With our unemployment at the level that it is, I bet they can find "legal" workers who would be glad to work those jobs.

When the towns are filled with them and crime goes up and tourist quit coming, then who's fault is it?

Everyone that travels to Sedona that I know all comment on the "illegals" so if visitors notice it, I would think the cops that drive on by must notice it also. So then are they also breaking the law? Hmmm?
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