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Old 06-21-2009, 07:35 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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PHOENIX As America's busiest immigrant smuggling hub, Arizona has earned the distinction as a place that's tough on people who sneak across the border.

That reputation would harden if the Legislature and governor approve a proposal that would draw local authorities deeper into immigration enforcement and further reject the notion that immigration is the sole responsibility of the federal government.
Immigration enforcement in Arizona could toughen | Immigration | eastvalleytribune.com (http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/story/140797 - broken link)

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Old 06-21-2009, 09:07 PM
 
Location: Lake Norman, North Carolina
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Once again Arizona is in the forefront of fighting the illegal mexican invasion. Once a state has serious illegal mexican invasion problems about all that state can expect from the corrupt bought off dysfunctional fed gov is dog and pony for show enforcement. Or, just enough enforcement to put a small dent in the illegal mexican invasion and appear to be actually trying to combat the invasion, but never, of course, enough enforcement to actually stop the illegal mexican invasion. Go figure.
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Old 06-24-2009, 01:38 AM
 
Location: Lake Norman, North Carolina
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Once again Arizona is in the forefront of fighting the illegal mexican invasion. Once a state has serious illegal mexican invasion problems about all that state can expect from the corrupt bought off dysfunctional fed gov is dog and pony for show enforcement. Or, just enough enforcement to put a small dent in the illegal mexican invasion and appear to be actually trying to combat the invasion, but never, of course, enough enforcement to actually stop the illegal mexican invasion. Go figure.
OK. We all knew that. Dog and pony for show enforcement for the most part. And just enough enforcement for corrupt officials to say that there is enforcement, just NEVER enough effective enforcement to actually stop the illegal mexican invastion. Arizonians should be proud that they're in the forefront of continuously passing legislation that combats and reverses the illegal mexican invasion.
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Old 06-24-2009, 02:16 AM
 
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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I had a friend from another state thatsplit from her husband with a 1 week old baby (he went off the deep end) so, I let her stay in my spare room for 6 months with thhe infant until she could get on her feet again. She was 40....worked her whole life and never collected any kind of unemployment or welfare. She sounds like an ideal candidate for someone who neeed it short-term, right?

She went to welfare office (I'm not racist but, it was actually filled with illegal aliens and they're getting benefits) but, her nope....they told her, well your friend is helping you. She told them, yes but, he doesn't want to....he's trying to help me out. They wouldn't give her anything until she actually broke down and started crying. I guess when they realized she wasn't just trying to take advatage, they gave her about $600/month in cash and food stamps.

After about 4 months they told her she had to start working. They had her work at a daycare place so she could take care of her own baby but, also 5 other infants....minimum wage. Ready for this.....they deducted $120 a week from her check to pay for her taking care of her own baby.

It's difficult to get anything here in AZ....a lot of our state money goes to people that don't pay a dime into the system.

Another thing is car insurance....it's a cultural thing.... you ask people from Mexico about getting care insurance and many will tell you they won't get it....it's a waste of money....you never get anything from it so, there are a lot of uninsured motorists here.
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