Ariz. protestors show up to support immigrant rights in Calif.

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Arizona and California may be geographic neighbors, but the political gulf between the two states seems ever-widening, as Arizona and California legislators disparately attempt to tackle the issues of immigrant rights and immigration reform.
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They're nothing but traveling, paid Gypsies!
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California has turned into a sewer and is broke....Arizona is hanging on for dear life. When does the free ride end? California is ruining there state by letting illegal, third world poor, dictate what to do... Such a joke. Moonbeam lives in a gated community with probably domestic slaves working for him under the table. What a Moron. You woulds think Hispanics would want more from life than slavery.

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Do any of them actually work for a living?
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Do any of them actually work for a living?
SEIU, La Ratza, AFL-CIO? I wonder if the buses have living quarters?

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