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Old 07-05-2014, 02:28 PM
 
Location: Palm Springs, CA
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Sounds less like hypocrisy and more the Dems trying to flood the electorate so they can never be defeated.
Very creative conspiracy theory. Haven't heard that one before.
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Old 07-05-2014, 02:57 PM
 
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Obama also said in the same speech "these children on the boarder are the future of our county".
I think he is telling the truth and we should listen carefully. If we continue to let an endless slew of poverty stricken people into our country then the future of your country will be more and more people in poverty. This is not good.
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Old 07-05-2014, 05:48 PM
 
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Mexicans in Mexico also protest having these people:

Central American Migrants Face Deportation Long Before They Reach U.S. Border | Fox News Latino

The town has had a fraught relationship with the migrants. There was a migrant shelter once, but the residents held demonstrations and got it closed.

“There was crime,” Melgarejo said. “[The migrants] went to the bathroom in the street. There had been a lot of drunks there. The shelter was a danger to society.”

“They get off the train there—it’s so unfriendly,” Isacson told FNL. “Estado de Mexico is hostile. It’s working class, uniformly poor. [Residents] don’t want the migrants to stay and take jobs.”

So Ballestros and the Honduran migrants had no choice of staying in Lechería.
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Old 07-05-2014, 05:54 PM
 
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Mexicans in Mexico also protest having these people:

Central American Migrants Face Deportation Long Before They Reach U.S. Border | Fox News Latino

The town has had a fraught relationship with the migrants. There was a migrant shelter once, but the residents held demonstrations and got it closed.

“There was crime,” Melgarejo said. “[The migrants] went to the bathroom in the street. There had been a lot of drunks there. The shelter was a danger to society.”

“They get off the train there—it’s so unfriendly,” Isacson told FNL. “Estado de Mexico is hostile. It’s working class, uniformly poor. [Residents] don’t want the migrants to stay and take jobs.”

So Ballestros and the Honduran migrants had no choice of staying in Lechería.
Mexico's taking care of business.
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Old 07-05-2014, 05:56 PM
 
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Mexico's taking care of business.
I guess those were Tea Party Mexicans. Who'd have guessed!!
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