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Old 03-01-2010, 10:11 AM
 
Location: Lake Norman, North Carolina
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It may be helpful for you to know that far more conservative businessmen hire illegal labor than do left wing amnesty progressive socialist democrats.
I doubt it also that many left wing amnesty progressive socialist democratic politicians hire many illegal aliens. With them it's all about getting reelected and staying power to try to enact their socialistic agenda. They're salivating at the thought of a new voter bloc of amnestied illegal alien democratic voters.

 
Old 03-01-2010, 11:58 AM
 
Location: Central Coast
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Really? You of course have proof of that backed up by a viable link.
We know the progressive socialists don't believe in capitalism so how could they own a company

But, I only speak for what I know. I do not know a single commercial non organic farmer/grower who is the least bit liberal, most of them are far to the right of the Czar of All Russias. It is a fallacy to think it is "lefties" who benefit from illegal labor, it is, Republican businessmen, and that my friend is why nothing of substance will get done until their need for labor is satisfied.

I was at a meeting the other day, ranchers and farmers, the chair said, " Thank God for Massachusetts!" )referring to the election of the Republican senator from Mass who has a truck, which he bought to tow his daughter's horse trailer, but it scared him to do so, so he stopped... true story. ) The room erupted in cheers.

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socialistic agenda. They're salivating at the thought of a new voter bloc of amnestied illegal alien democratic voters.
I hate socialism too, I think we all should pay the firemen that respond to fires and accidents upon their arrival, like it used to be before America socialized that service, and I hate those freeways, each driver should pay a mileage fee sufficient to cover their use.

and last time I checked, citizens vote, not legal aliens. I could be wrong though.
 
Old 03-01-2010, 12:46 PM
 
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Both Republicans and Democrats are guilty of hiring illegal aliens. It isn't a party line thing.
 
Old 03-01-2010, 01:32 PM
 
Location: Central Coast
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No kidding, thanks for that, I thought all the socialist Dems lived on Welfare.

Does not detract one jot tittle or iota from my point.
 
Old 03-01-2010, 03:42 PM
 
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No kidding, thanks for that, I thought all the socialist Dems lived on Welfare.

Does not detract one jot tittle or iota from my point.
Yes it does unless you can provide proof of your assertions.
 
Old 03-01-2010, 03:57 PM
 
Location: San Diego
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I'm not saying that it's not happening. I'm saying that it's a simple matter of school district policy. Each school district lets it happen or doesn't let it happen. As the "Mexican Kids Cross Border Daily For Free U.S. Education" story states, one school district decided to change its policies.

A similar same principle is the case with "out of district" students attending an "in-district" school within the US. Some districts let kids come in for free, some let them come in if they pay tuition or if a parent works for the district, or some don't let it happen at all. Some districts have different policies for out of state or out of country students.

"These Illegals crossed years ago, had an anchor then went back to Mex when they couldn't pay their mortgage on the house they bought with fake income and documents(fraud)." - But if the school district knows that the family is now in Mexico, and the family is being honest about it, then the ball is in the school district's court. If the district lets the kids attend anyway, then it's a matter of district policy. Whether the parents are saints or devils - it's irrelevant. It's the school district letting it happen.

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AngryTaxPayer: Do you want to propose a state law requiring tuition at any school district for out of country students?
I don't think they should be allowed in our schools if they live out of the Country. They can attend a private school. I also think if it's out of their district here they should have to pay.
 
Old 03-01-2010, 05:49 PM
 
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Why are people in here acting like all the children who are in school as illegal immigrants will grow up to be "college professors?" State budgets are losing funds right now as the result of the numbers of undocumented children who are in public schools. It's so funny that supporters of illegal immigration can ignore that fight by pretending that they all will somehow grow up to be doctors, lawyers or "college professors."
 
Old 03-01-2010, 06:49 PM
 
Location: ...at a 3AM epiphany
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Thank you...
 
Old 03-01-2010, 06:57 PM
 
Location: Central Coast
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Why are people in here acting like all the children who are in school as illegal immigrants will grow up to be "college professors?"
Really, someone is? Please elucidate.

I have not seen where anyone including myself has done so, if stating the experience of one person is "acting like all the children who are in school as illegal immigrants will grow up to be "college professors"

I can only be dumbfounded.

The premise is simple, educated people have better jobs than uneducated people, therefore they make more money, therefore the state gets more tax money.
Conversely prohibiting the education of children because of the "sins" of their parents, is immoral by any moral code.
Uneducated people will make money, sometime at the point of a gun.

Educating people makes sense to me.
 
Old 03-01-2010, 07:27 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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Really, someone is? Please elucidate.

I have not seen where anyone including myself has done so, if stating the experience of one person is "acting like all the children who are in school as illegal immigrants will grow up to be "college professors"

I can only be dumbfounded.

The premise is simple, educated people have better jobs than uneducated people, therefore they make more money, therefore the state gets more tax money.
Conversely prohibiting the education of children because of the "sins" of their parents, is immoral by any moral code.
Uneducated people will make money, sometime at the point of a gun.

Educating people makes sense to me.
Breaking our laws is also immoral. Needless to say: most Americans do not want a bunch of insolent losers (or their Anchor Babies) who thumb their noses at our sovereignty as a nation.
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