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Old 09-21-2012, 10:17 PM
 
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Exactly. It's odd that Obama was too cowardly to inform Ramos that he as president took an oath to uphold the laws of the USA.

He could have turned the tables so easily on this La Raza clown -- he could have asked Ramos exactly why "hispanics" are not expected to abide by our laws, ask him if he believes all 2 billion impoverished people in the world have a right to just come on in and expect a lavish lifestyle, or does Ramos believe non-hispanics should be expected to follow the laws but only hispanics are to be given a pass.

You never see these Aztlaners protest the deportation of Haitians. You really don't have to wonder why.
I'm sure we all know why. It's the same reason Janet Murguia requested a moratorium on immigrants from Africa. Yet, those idiots in the CBC, the NAACP, and the MSNBC puppet Al Sharpton continue to be champions for La Raza and other so-called Hispanic "immigrant" advocates. Boy, I wish I had copied her letter. I would send it to each of those fools.
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Old 09-22-2012, 08:18 AM
 
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Exactly. It's odd that Obama was too cowardly to inform Ramos that he as president took an oath to uphold the laws of the USA.

He could have turned the tables so easily on this La Raza clown -- he could have asked Ramos exactly why "hispanics" are not expected to abide by our laws, ask him if he believes all 2 billion impoverished people in the world have a right to just come on in and expect a lavish lifestyle, or does Ramos believe non-hispanics should be expected to follow the laws but only hispanics are to be given a pass.

You never see these Aztlaners protest the deportation of Haitians. You really don't have to wonder why.
Just once I would like one of our politicians to stand up to the Hispanic community on this and say just that. If both sides of the aisle did this they wouldn't be falling all over themselves for the Hispanic vote. They would instead be standing up for the rule of law and the best interests of our country and its citizens.
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