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GUEST,diana BS: Bush & Democrats to legalize criminals (311* d) RE: BS: Bush & Democrats to legalize criminals 22 May 07


Thats right, Riginslinger!

Instead of arresting the real criminals (the businesses who hire illegals), they prefer to turn this into a racial issue. Divide and conquer is the oldest strategy in the book.

As to the video the sound track was a little over the top. How do you know that the man gesturing was protesting illegal immigration, ifor? Its possible he was exhibiting road rage. Most people who object to peaceful demonstrations are those who are inconvenienced by the snarl of traffic. He should have been arrested for inciting a riot.

btw - The Mexican in the park was not attempting to turn a peaceful group, hostile.

Furthermore, there wouldn't be a "foreign invasion" if you enforced your own damn laws. You create your own problems so that businesses can get away with hiring illegals at half the price and avoid their responsibilities. Its the businesses who take advantage of the system and exploit other human beings who should be criminalized, not the Mexicans who are trying to feed their families.

Either prosecute the business people who hire illegals (like the law says) or give them amnesty so that they can fully contribute to American life. Building walls is not an option. There is no wall high enough or long enough and it only increases the profit of smugglers.


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