Black Conservatives Speak out on Ille...

Black Conservatives Speak out on Illegal Immigration

There are 4035 comments on the Breitbart.com story from Jun 5, 2013, titled Black Conservatives Speak out on Illegal Immigration. In it, Breitbart.com reports that:

The people pushing Comprehensive Immigration Reform don't want you to hear a diversity of voices on the topic, hoping instead to crush debate as they ram their legislation through Congress.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Breitbart.com.

Sinajuavi
Level 6

Since: Nov 11

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#3347 Sep 2, 2013
ima- Ilis Myka Ashanti wrote:
<quoted text> frito, mexican pride, juan-lodi ca,(sin huevos), get your damned mexican counter parts to stop growing the damned drugs in their and OUR country! Mexico owes the US this much since WE'RE SUPPORTING all mexico's illegal UNWANTED and undesirables including their anchors dropped on our soil for the purpose of gov. handouts.
Stop taking all those drugs, gringos salados.

Sinajuavi
Level 6

Since: Nov 11

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#3349 Sep 2, 2013
Of course while hysterical reactionary gringos fuss and whine about it, the fact remains that inexorably the USA society and culture is being Mexicanized. This is, of course, a good thing. Very good.

Yes, not only along the border, but spreading everywhere, the USA is assimilating the culture of the greatest civilized influence on North America for 10,000 years.

¡VIVA MÉXICO!
Neely Pavy

Ashburn, VA

#3350 Sep 2, 2013
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Kasey

Columbia, MO

#3353 Sep 3, 2013
Worth the entire read!
Don’t link illegal immigration to civil rights struggle
By Tom Joyce
(edited for length)
When an individual or group wants something bad enough, they often resort to desperate acts — which is precisely the case with those who have been comparing immigration reform to the civil rights movement.
That is like honoring Bonnie and Clyde during National Police Week.
Those who have been pushing for the so-called “pathway to citizenship” for the millions of illegals,have overlooked no opportunity in attempting to legitimize their cause.
This has been manifested by ridiculous comments, such as:“This country was built by immigrants.” Which is true until you consider that those pressing for amnesty overlook the difference between legal immigration and the illegal.
How can you rightfully compare people coming to Ellis Island and being processed in an orderly, and lawful, manner to someone jumping a fence in the middle of the night?
The pro-amnesty forces have played the economic card by arguing that bringing illegals “out of the shadows” and making them legal would help the country financially. That ignores forecasts by experts who say that granting citizenship status to the estimated 10-15 million illegals now in the U.S. would cost $6.3 trillion.
It doesn’t take Einstein to determine that allowing these people to tap into social services, educational, health-care and other resources would be a losing proposition for America. That doesn’t include taking away jobs from Americans,many of whom lack even a high school education.
Immigration reform (amnesty) has not occurred despite its supporters’ best efforts. While the U.S. Senate adopted an ill-conceived immigration measure earlier this year, the House of Representatives has taken a more cautious approach.
It was predictable that pro-amnesty forces would stoop so low to compare their cause to the civil rights movement in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the march on Washington by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and about 200,000 supporters.
The problem is, there is no comparison between the two if one considers the historical facts involved.
The civil rights movement was the pinnacle of an effort to correct centuries of mistreatment, injustice and oppression against a group of people who were brought here against their will. They were forced into slavery, and treated more like livestock than human beings.
After measures like Emancipation Proclamation came about, blacks still were considered second-class citizens, made to endure separate but equal (and typically inferior) conditions with schools and other facilities. They couldn’t eat in certain restaurants or use the same water fountains as whites, yet were good enough to die in wars.
No such atrocities have been committed against the illegal population, which has not paid anywhere near the citizenship price as African-Americans have. The bottom line is, no one is forcing the illegals to be here, unlike blacks who had no choice but to live under the terrible institution of slavery.
Unlike African-Americans who helped build this nation on their backs, at a massive price of sweat and blood, illegal immigrants have made no such sacrifices. Instead, they are opportunists who have come here and taken advantage of lax enforcement of the law, and seem to enjoy flaunting this.
If illegals do feel oppressed, as was claimed this week, they can simply leave — which was certainly an option not available to slaves.
So it was a disgrace that supporters of amnesty couldn’t sit back and let African-Americans enjoy an important milestone in their history on its golden anniversary. Instead, they chose to attach their baggage to what otherwise was an uplifting and dignified observance.
If the amnesty movement truly is about correcting injustice and achieving equality, it could stand on its own merits rather than piggybacking on a cause that really has been worthwhile.

http://www.mtairynews.com/apps/pbcs....831998...
Brenda besson

United States

#3354 Sep 3, 2013
Kasey,you could not have said it any better,there will not be any amnesty,these people have made fools of themselves for nothing lol good bye to all who are illegal,make fools of yourselves in mexico.leave mlk and everyone else alone.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#3355 Sep 4, 2013
Kasey wrote:
This has been manifested by ridiculous comments, such as:“This country was built by immigrants.” Which is true until you consider that those pressing for amnesty overlook the difference between legal immigration and the illegal.
How can you rightfully compare people coming to Ellis Island and being processed in an orderly, and lawful, manner to someone jumping a fence in the middle of the night?
Sorry to nitpick but I found this part hypocritical...btw you need to put sh!t in your own words instead of C&P.

Your country was also built off the backs of illegal immigrants.. your Gov turned a blind eye back then and they continue to turn a blind eye now...otherwise there wouldn’t be so many damned illegal’s in your country...Dems and republicans are equally to blame.

Maybe it’s time to start asking yourself what are they up to....it’s obvious they are in cahoots with one another.

From where I’m sitting it’s not only the prospect of competing with China but those illegal’s are also contributing to your retirement...I mean your gov withholds 6% of their wages knowing full well those illegal’s will never benefit?.

You could say those illegal’s are paying their way with regards to healthcare at least..what your Gov does with the social security fund is another question that needs to be answered.

Sinajuavi
Level 6

Since: Nov 11

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#3356 Sep 4, 2013
Lowlife gringo racism is still rampant in here.

Yes, illegal immigrants represent a civil rights issue. They are used in an evolved form of Jim Crow, to keep wages low, segregate a sector of labor, in this case by virtue of their immigrant status rather than their color.

Meanwhile USA employers are putting up ads in Mexican villages for workers and everyone knows they mean illegal workers.

Yes, you gringos have a lot to answer for,. Obviously justice is owed to the immigrants, whose cheap exploited and abused labor subsidizes your fat whining parasitic gringo lifestyles.
Any sam

East Lansing, MI

#3357 Sep 4, 2013
ima- Ilis Myka Ashanti wrote:
<quoted text> WE CITIZENS DEMAND NO AMNESTY TO LAW BREAKING ILLEGALS. This means you gotta go sin huevos, like now!
Well what the f are you going to do to make sure of it??
Kasey

Columbia, MO

#3358 Sep 5, 2013
There was nothing hypocritical linking the civil rights struggle to illegal immigration. Any DO-DO bird can figure that out. U.S. citizens are having their civil rights violated by the very presence of illegal immigrants. If you are offended by the article being cut and pasted then edited for brevity, then you must have the attention span of a gnat! Nothing wrong with putting information into context by sharing a link to an article and reproducing it with credit for those who know how to read. Don't be such a Jack-A-Lope! There is no relation to Jim Crow or Blacks in America to illegal immigrants. They wrongfully came here by choice and continue an unlawful presence by remaining, stealing identities, knowingly purchasing and using invalid social security numbers and social socials, using and bankrupting some hospitals like they are their personal physicians. The Mexican government could stop the ads for workers in Mexico if they felt the ads targeting illegal immigrants were terrible. Place the blame where it rightfully belongs, on the Mexican government and its people. So much corruption there and so litte accountability. You have no argument here!

“Peace”

Level 8

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#3359 Sep 5, 2013
Sinajuavi wrote:
Lowlife gringo racism is still rampant in here.
Yes, illegal immigrants represent a civil rights issue. They are used in an evolved form of Jim Crow, to keep wages low, segregate a sector of labor, in this case by virtue of their immigrant status rather than their color.
Meanwhile USA employers are putting up ads in Mexican villages for workers and everyone knows they mean illegal workers.
Yes, you gringos have a lot to answer for,. Obviously justice is owed to the immigrants, whose cheap exploited and abused labor subsidizes your fat whining parasitic gringo lifestyles.
I happen to be for immigration reform and have advocated for it for many years. But when you throw all of any race, ethnicity, or type of people in one lump, you are wrong. Just as we have good, bad, beautiful, ugly and etc in each group one can't just assume that all are ugly and bad.
Plus in America we aren't gringoes now are we? This reform is something that needs to be done and all of these hostilities need to end.

“Peace”

Level 8

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#3360 Sep 5, 2013
Kasey wrote:
There was nothing hypocritical linking the civil rights struggle to illegal immigration. Any DO-DO bird can figure that out. U.S. citizens are having their civil rights violated by the very presence of illegal immigrants. If you are offended by the article being cut and pasted then edited for brevity, then you must have the attention span of a gnat! Nothing wrong with putting information into context by sharing a link to an article and reproducing it with credit for those who know how to read. Don't be such a Jack-A-Lope! There is no relation to Jim Crow or Blacks in America to illegal immigrants. They wrongfully came here by choice and continue an unlawful presence by remaining, stealing identities, knowingly purchasing and using invalid social security numbers and social socials, using and bankrupting some hospitals like they are their personal physicians. The Mexican government could stop the ads for workers in Mexico if they felt the ads targeting illegal immigrants were terrible. Place the blame where it rightfully belongs, on the Mexican government and its people. So much corruption there and so litte accountability. You have no argument here!
You are so wrong. They have been used by this Government as well as business here. Remember not all came here by choice many were brought here as children. But even those that did come by choice came in order to make a living. Remember back during slavery there were many people that put themselves into indentured servitude in order to survive. They were as much slaves as the slaves were.
When one is used to work, slave in fields, clean houses, watch children, do gardens, etc. Paid low wages, money taken from you for Government use that you will never have the benefit from it. Well it sounds like modern day slavery to me.
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#3361 Sep 8, 2013
The time has come for America to open it's arms to the undocumented. The majority of us will become productive citizens one day.

Level 7

Since: Apr 12

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#3362 Sep 8, 2013
Juan wrote:
The time has come for America to open it's arms to the illegal immigrants.
Fixed that for you.
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#3363 Sep 8, 2013
Illegal in your mind, undocumented in mine.
Brenda besson

United States

#3364 Sep 8, 2013
Juan wrote:
The time has come for America to open it's arms to the undocumented. The majority of us will become productive citizens one day.
dont hold your breath.
Brenda besson

United States

#3365 Sep 8, 2013
Juan wrote:
Illegal in your mind, undocumented in mine.
illegal and undocumented.you mean.viva america.

“Land of Entrapment”

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#3366 Sep 10, 2013
Juan wrote:
The time has come for America to open it's arms to the undocumented. The majority of us will become productive citizens one day.
Time Mexico becomes responsible for her creations and doings. Time for Meximeess to stop attempting to overpopulate the Globe.
Be responsible and be held accountable for Her human rights violations. Stop blaming the saving graces of this lands citizenry.
But then Cowards are as Cowards do aren't they dirtbag Rico?
Same ole propaganda BS from you. Smootches to Blood Bro. Where is Jonathan these days? Hiding under another alias no doubt.

“Land of Entrapment”

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#3367 Sep 10, 2013
Sinajuavi wrote:
Lowlife gringo racism is still rampant in here.
Yes, illegal immigrants represent a civil rights issue. They are used in an evolved form of Jim Crow, to keep wages low, segregate a sector of labor, in this case by virtue of their immigrant status rather than their color.
Meanwhile USA employers are putting up ads in Mexican villages for workers and everyone knows they mean illegal workers.
Yes, you gringos have a lot to answer for,. Obviously justice is owed to the immigrants, whose cheap exploited and abused labor subsidizes your fat whining parasitic gringo lifestyles.
Low life Mexihell mentality. Time you fixed your own issues, Padre'.
Stuff your whine bag and take your windpipes back to the glue bag.

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#3368 Sep 10, 2013
The problem with Mexico is that it lost wars. Obama wants the United States to feel their pain.
After Putin delivers a smack down, he can read the teleprompter toothless.

Since: Jun 12

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#3369 Sep 10, 2013
RayOne wrote:
The problem with Mexico is that it lost wars. Obama wants the United States to feel their pain.
After Putin delivers a smack down, he can read the teleprompter toothless.
Oh wise one..what does Mexico have to with Obama..pleas enlighten us.

The way I see it your immigration issue has come to a head..Obama has been left holding the bag.

Let the Blackman decide the issue on amnesty so we can blame it on a Blackman if it all goes belly up...classic.

You won't admit that reagan contributed to this quandary..will you?

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