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Old 01-22-2008, 07:41 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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I agree since I live in L.A. over many decades have seen destruction in all aspects of life by illegal immigration. The new class of illegals is dangerous say the officials and that is why things are scary now in nice areas, even.

I promise all readers, that if we do not reverse this curse, every American will end up regretting it, even those who are in various states and now cannot see illegal immigration as such a bad thing....this is what I used to think in the late 80's to the early 90's.

So, beware of those candidates who think 'there are no illegals', who do not want to put up a fence that stops illegals, drugs and terrorists, and not want to deport those here...these are the candidates who will keep letting illegals cross the borders, and thus keep letting the middle class go to poverty, and the poor get poorer. Their goals are strong for globalism, not for the citizens. We can have a good economy, yet nothing but poor people with a few rich living here, you know.
And; the irony is that Arizona is depopulating re: its illegal immigrants as we speak.

They are becoming 'thinner on the ground' from my own perspective.
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Old 01-22-2008, 09:57 PM
 
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Immigration (illegal immigration), is a complex social issue, You showed how little you know about group social behavior with this post.
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Old 01-22-2008, 10:12 PM
 
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hsccs,

bravo, bravo!! I agree, unfortunately you are legal so you wont be listened to by the powers that be, you need to be illegal, and then you get a voice in the new america. I am a very proud american and my heart aches every time i see reasonable thought fade, just like this countrys beautiful history being taught, and our language no longer being insisted upon, our family values and culture not being insisted upon, i will hope though.
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Old 01-23-2008, 07:42 AM
 
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The facts are Mexico's (and the CAFTA nation's) citizens have been instructed and even coerced by their respective governments since at least 1981 to emigrate, remit "captured U.S. dollars" and obtain (dual) U.S. Citizenship. The "reasoning" is plain enough as stated by Mexico's own Senate: to achieve "intergration of the two countries" via, in part, "integral immigration reform" stateside.
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Old 01-23-2008, 05:22 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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Immigration (illegal immigration), is a complex social issue, You showed how little you know about group social behavior with this post.
I know enough that illegal immigrants need to be deported-------they are lawbreakers.
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Old 01-23-2008, 05:24 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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The facts are Mexico's (and the CAFTA nation's) citizens have been instructed and even coerced by their respective governments since at least 1981 to emigrate, remit "captured U.S. dollars" and obtain (dual) U.S. Citizenship. The "reasoning" is plain enough as stated by Mexico's own Senate: to achieve "intergration of the two countries" via, in part, "integral immigration reform" stateside.
As I have stated in the past: Mexico will be part of a NAU-------but; that will spell the death knell of virtually all aspects of Mexican culture including the use of Spanish in any official business.
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