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Old 12-18-2010, 06:10 PM
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DREAM Act students vow revolution after act fails in the Senate - Phoenix civil rights | Examiner.com

“This is war!” claims Phoenix student Aldemar Cruz. “Republicans may have stopped the DREAM Act, but they won’t prevent La Reconquista from happening. “White people, watch out!”

Old 12-18-2010, 06:22 PM
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These guy's are all talk and love to take the easy way out. That's why they come here instead of fixing their own Countries.

Let's see how many freebies they'll continue to get by rioting. I say bring it !!! The sooner the better!!

The sooner this BS starts,the sooner their(Illegal Aliens) BS ends!!!
Old 12-18-2010, 06:30 PM
Location: Spokane via Sydney,Australia
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Written by the same POS that urged illegals to get out and vote if you recall................


The Arizona law that requires proof of citizenship has been overturned. Therefore, all Latinos can vote whether they are documented or undocumented. This is great news for the Latino Civil Rights Movement.
Old 12-18-2010, 07:09 PM
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Thankfully, I'd say only 1% of latinos and anchors actually think this way. But then again isn't it also about 1% of Muslims that are extremists? We need to watch out for them. Europe's Muslim problem is very similar to our latino problem. But the good thing is, this radicalism will fade away with time. University students are known to be roudy and hot headed. All those protests around the western world that cause shop windows to be broken, looted, and cars to be smashed? Almost all done by young college students.
Old 12-18-2010, 07:15 PM
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Look at the "writer" of the "article." LOL Also, read his biography and his other articles.

Olivia Perez, an undocumented student who claims she was forced to fill out false paperwork in order to stay in the United States, says, “Latinos need to fight back. We need to march. We need to scream. If necessary, we need to riot. We need to do everything Blacks did to get their civil rights!”
I almost threw up when I read that. I REALLY wish people would stop trying to use our efforts and achievements as a people to support illegal immigration (or Hispanics/Latinos as the Latina in the article says).

Seriously, as a black person, this stuff is making me lose patience with them even faster. WE DON'T LIKE YOU ALL. We don't like that you are illegally in this country, taking stuff from EVERYONE. Not just black, but we got a problem with them taking from any American, whether White, Hispanic or Asian. We are in this together when it comes to other country's people trying to take things from us. We (black people) DON'T share some struggle with you. We don't LIKE you (illegal immigrants that come into our neighborhoods, cities and take). They need to get that through their heads. An illegal immigrant that is taking resources, jobs and space in this country is no friend of any of ours and by ours, that means ALL Americans. Why do they keep making this about white people? Most people don't want illegal immigrants here, they don't realize that, it's not just white people. Black people are the ones in the closest competition with them, what makes them think we are going to HELP them take representation, money, space and things like education from us?

They will never be like us. They will never know what it is like to fight for something that is OWED to oneself. Nothing is OWED to them as illegal immigrants, why won't they get this? We were LEGALLY here and getting crapped on; being told we couldn't have a loan just because we were black or being sprayed with water hoses. They need to put a sock in their mouths and stop trying to be like us. They should be careful, they are going to keep disrespecting us and we are really going to go against them, distance ourselves from them and be another group that is supposedly keeping their "DREAM" from happening. Because, according to illegal immigrants, the only ones that don't like them or have a problem with them are "white people." We'll (all of us Americans) will let them keep thinking that while we keep building up a defense against them to finally get them out of this country.

In fact, we paved the way for them and pretty much everyone else who wants to "fight for a right." There will never be another time when a local law enforcement will turn the other way to mass lynchings. There will never be another day when someone could violate someone's rights (which illegal immigrants have none other than human rights) and not be subjected to being "told on" and potentially prosecuted. They need to know their role basically and S-T-F-U.

Funny thing about it is that Mexicans and Blacks are killing each other, but illegal immigrant Hispanics always want to jump on our historical fights for our rights. Non-black Hispanics are SO racists and separatist against black people, but they want to try to use our history to their advantage. GTFOH, that's so disrespectful. And then we see these dummies like Sharpton and Jackson ... oh and President Obama supporting them.

And then there is the other issue of the NERVE of these people in our country. You think we are going to let you riot? Disturb our lives when you have nothing to riot over? What rights do they have? It's like the protesters in Los Angeles, getting all in the way of people who were just trying to get to work or live their day. People aren't going to be tolerable of that for too long, they should be careful.

That's my new slogan: Illegal Immigrants ... S-T-F-U and Know Your Role.

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Old 12-18-2010, 07:46 PM
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just head south until you see you border!!
Old 12-18-2010, 08:32 PM
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An excerpt from that article...

The DREAM Act would have provided amnesty for many children of undocumented immigrants who had no choice in their arrival to the United States. It would have also provided amnesty to all of their family members who come from lands that were stolen by the United States. But Elena Cruz of the Center for Latino Rights says Latinos need to take a non-violent approach.

Amnesty for families? So now they are telling the truth.

Amnesty for family members whose lands were stolen by the USA? What?
Old 12-18-2010, 08:34 PM
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And it shows you how much they know about our political system. Republicans didn't kill this bill. LOL.
Old 12-18-2010, 08:45 PM
Location: Seattle, WA
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An excerpt from that article...


Amnesty for families? So now they are telling the truth.

Amnesty for family members whose lands were stolen by the USA? What?
He was probably just saying that to help the bill pass.

Further limits "chain migration." DREAM Act individuals would have very limited ability to sponsor family members for U.S. citizenship. They could never sponsor extended family members and they could not begin sponsoring parents or siblings for at least 12 years. Parents and siblings who entered the U.S. illegally would have to leave the country for ten years before they could gain legal status and the visa backlog for siblings is decades long.
Old 12-18-2010, 08:45 PM
Location: San Diego North County
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Republican Senators Richard Lugar, Lisa Murkowski, and Robert Bennett voted for it. Email or call them to express your displeasure. Democratic Senators Mark Pryor of Arkansas, Jon Tester of Montana, Max Baucus of Montana, Kay Hagan of North Carolina, and Ben Nelson of Nebraska voted against it. Email them and thank them for breaking from party lines and standing up for the citizens of the United States.
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