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Old 04-29-2010, 11:28 AM
 
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I heard a man talking about why he left his home country in the Dominican Republic, to come here, the legal way. He said that the Hatians come over the boarder into his country and they take the jobs of the Dominicans for less money. He said that that is what is making his country poor. That the Hatians are living the exact same way as they did in Haiti, but in the DR. He feels that is what the Mexicans are doing to the Americans. As far as violating rights of people being asked "are you here legally", it's no different than a cop pulling me over and asking for my DL. I wouldn't tell him, no, because that's a violation of my rights. These illegals HAVE NO RIGHTS, because they have no RIGHT to be here. As this Dominican man suggested, America should use the Mexican's own laws on illegals. If anyone came into Mexico illegally, do you know what the Mexicans do to them? We should take their way of doing things and I bet they would stop coming here. The bottom line is that the liberals look the other way at illegal immigration because they say, hey, if you vote for us, we will let you stay here, because they know that they can't win an honest election anymore, on there own merrit.
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Old 04-29-2010, 11:35 AM
 
Location: San Diego
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It appears Mexico is just going to have to Boycott the entire US as the States are getting ready to fire off their own laws.
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Old 04-29-2010, 11:40 AM
 
Location: Pa
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And yet these brave hispanic Leaders have yet to call for Hispanics to support our immigration laws. Hmmm Will they call for Hispanics to report people they know are here illegally? Hmmmm I wonder where their priorities are?
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Old 05-05-2010, 09:37 PM
 
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Here are your rights:
1. you have the right to get the hell out of here - you are not citizens - you are owed nothing and we are sick of paying for your health care, single mother welfare and all the rest of it. I hope this law drives out half of the illegals and everyone who is undertaking criminal actions.
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Old 05-05-2010, 09:41 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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Why do people say Mexican-American. It`s really stupid politicaly correct crap. My sil is from Mexico and she does not refer herself as that. She refers herself to be Mexican because that is were she is from. I guess I should say I`m European-American even though I`ve never been there.Oh ya and I guess I should add on exactly were my ancesters are from, Irish- American, Scotish-American, etc,etc.
I am an unhyphenated American-----------of Hungarian, Scots-Irish and English lineage.
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Old 05-05-2010, 09:50 PM
 
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I am an unhyphenated American-----------of Hungarian, Scots-Irish and English lineage.

It is typical of eastern europeans to not mention their heritage, like in your case, however, people of spanish ancestry tend to pride from their heritage, the AZ racial profiling law is wrong conceptually, although unenforceable, it has awaken a sleeping giant, and the hispanic community is stronger than ever before....
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Old 05-05-2010, 10:28 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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It is typical of eastern europeans to not mention their heritage, like in your case, however, people of spanish ancestry tend to pride from their heritage, the AZ racial profiling law is wrong conceptually, although unenforceable, it has awaken a sleeping giant, and the hispanic community is stronger than ever before....
And what would that 'giant' be? Surely you are not discussing pro illegal alien Hispanics? As of late: they are hiding in craven fear since too many of them are keeping 'secrets'-----------which ICE would like to know about.
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Old 05-05-2010, 10:31 PM
 
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It is typical of eastern europeans to not mention their heritage, like in your case, however, people of spanish ancestry tend to pride from their heritage, the AZ racial profiling law is wrong conceptually, although unenforceable, it has awaken a sleeping giant, and the hispanic community is stronger than ever before....
What does one's pride in one's heritage have to do with the right of their country to enforce their immigration laws? Once again the AZ law does not include racial profiling. Repeating the same old lie that is does is getting very old in here.
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