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Old 05-09-2013, 11:29 PM
 
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1 in 3 adults in parts of L.A. are in U.S. illegally, study finds - latimes.com

And Yes 63% are from Mexico !!! It's easy to see where the vast majority of this problem is from!!

3rd world uneducated peasants with NO respect for US sovereignity and laws further straining California infrastructure, overloading schools, hospitals and prisons all while protesting for fictitious rights.

Time to get active and help kill Obama's Amnesty BS. Let them argue and bicker amongst themselves and tie this up in political gridlock and nothing will get done.

It is High Time to crash the dreams of unwanted and the totally undeserving Lawbreakers that are here.

Si Se Puede, Yes we can stop this Shamesty from ever happening.
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Old 05-09-2013, 11:59 PM
 
Location: Phoenix
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1 in 3 adults in parts of L.A. are in U.S. illegally, study finds - latimes.com

And Yes 63% are from Mexico !!! It's easy to see where the vast majority of this problem is from!!

3rd world uneducated peasants with NO respect for US sovereignity and laws further straining California infrastructure, overloading schools, hospitals and prisons all while protesting for fictitious rights.

Time to get active and help kill Obama's Amnesty BS. Let them argue and bicker amongst themselves and tie this up in political gridlock and nothing will get done.

It is High Time to crash the dreams of unwanted and the totally undeserving Lawbreakers that are here.

Si Se Puede, Yes we can stop this Shamesty from ever happening.
Not to worry, California is so broke it can't even pay attention. When all the freebies stop the illegals will go home.

I think Obama's amnesty dream died with the 1st bomb blast in Boston. Obozo can add that to his big
achievement list. Can't blame that on Bush can he ?
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Old 05-10-2013, 07:00 AM
 
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1 in 3 adults in parts of L.A. are in U.S. illegally, study finds - latimes.com

And Yes 63% are from Mexico !!! It's easy to see where the vast majority of this problem is from!!

3rd world uneducated peasants with NO respect for US sovereignity and laws further straining California infrastructure, overloading schools, hospitals and prisons all while protesting for fictitious rights.

Time to get active and help kill Obama's Amnesty BS. Let them argue and bicker amongst themselves and tie this up in political gridlock and nothing will get done.

It is High Time to crash the dreams of unwanted and the totally undeserving Lawbreakers that are here.

Si Se Puede, Yes we can stop this Shamesty from ever happening.
Thats 1 too many.
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Old 05-10-2013, 08:56 AM
 
Location: North Texas
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Not to worry, California is so broke it can't even pay attention. When all the freebies stop the illegals will go home.
No they won't, they'll just go to another state.
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Old 05-11-2013, 01:07 AM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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No they won't, they'll just go to another state.
I sure hope so. California is broke, broke, broke. Reminds me of locusts in a field -- they'll move on when they destroy and take everything we taxpayers provide, leaving the ground barren. They have no respect for our culture, us law-abiding citizens nor our laws.
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Old 05-11-2013, 07:21 AM
 
Location: Great State of Texas
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Why are you surprised by this. CA is a sanctuary state with very generous social welfare benefits for the illegals.
Why shouldn't they move there once they come to the US ?
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Old 05-11-2013, 07:44 AM
 
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1 in 3?

Damn. That is an issue.

See how this can be a bigger threat then any terrorism bogey?
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Old 05-11-2013, 08:24 AM
 
Location: Great State of Texas
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No they won't, they'll just go to another state.
No they will stay until there is no more money and programs are cut.
CA is very generous with illegals where other states are not.
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Old 05-11-2013, 11:57 AM
 
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Not to worry, California is so broke it can't even pay attention. When all the freebies stop the illegals will go home.

I think Obama's amnesty dream died with the 1st bomb blast in Boston. Obozo can add that to his big
achievement list. Can't blame that on Bush can he ?
They won't go home. They'll still get their federal welfare handouts no matter if California goes broke, and they'll riot and loot demanding that the other states bail California out.

They can easily relocate into any other state they like. They'll never go home because back home they don't get free unlimited health care, they don't get food stamps back home, they don't have free meals for their kids at the schools there.
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Old 05-11-2013, 12:15 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles County, CA
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I am amazed that the Los Angeles Times actually used the word "illegal".

Of course, later in the article the writer used the politically correct terminology in preface to a quote from the mayor of El Monte.

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In El Monte, where one in five adults lacks proper documentation, Mayor Andre Quintero expects that more residents will be able to afford cars, homes and college for their children if they gain legal status.

"There's such uncertainty and instability. They don't have the opportunity to fully participate in anything and everything," Quintero said. "They're living almost in purgatory. It's not sustainable."
Yes Mayor Quintero, you are right.

It is not sustainable.

That is why we need to deport those who have crossed the border illegally, and make things as unhospitable as possible for those who would follow their path.

The solution is not amnesty, but enforcing the current laws.

There is a procedure for legal immigration to this country - and we should not reward those who cut in line.
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