Ramon Renteria: What about all the immigrants that enrich our lives?

Jul 6, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: El Paso Times

Not the fireworks that celebrated freedom on Friday, but the angry shouting matches between pro-immigrant and anti-immigrant forces.

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Deming Brain Deficiency

El Paso, TX

#1 Jul 6, 2014
You're damn straight! Those who oppose immigration are neanderthals and should be flogged and whipped. Immigrants built this damned country and are the future too. We need as much new blood as we can get and I, for one, will not rest until our borders are open as nature intended.
So What

Savannah, GA

#2 Jul 6, 2014
Deming Brain Deficiency wrote:
You're damn straight! Those who oppose immigration are neanderthals and should be flogged and whipped. Immigrants built this damned country and are the future too. We need as much new blood as we can get and I, for one, will not rest until our borders are open as nature intended.
Then I guess you will be one tired SOB because our border will NEVER be open. Being pro immigration is one thing, but open borders is something else entirely. THAT will never happen.
DC Dave

El Paso, TX

#3 Jul 6, 2014
So What wrote:
<quoted text>Then I guess you will be one tired SOB because our border will NEVER be open. Being pro immigration is one thing, but open borders is something else entirely. THAT will neven.
What about the ones that enrich my mommas fat culo
DC Dave

El Monte, CA

#5 Jul 6, 2014
Yeah people have died so these new americans can reap the benefits. But we the people have. Also awarded them some nice medals also. We the people have made the laws that govern immigration and demand that the laws be followed by our immigration not some looney flag waving racist tea baggers.

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#7 Jul 7, 2014
Deming Brain Deficiency wrote:
You're damn straight! Those who oppose immigration are neanderthals and should be flogged and whipped. Immigrants built this damned country and are the future too. We need as much new blood as we can get and I, for one, will not rest until our borders are open as nature intended.
You and Ramon should both be strung up or shot for treason to this country. Immigrants did build this country but they were the ones that were LEGALLY in this country did it the correct way when they entered this country.
Shane Corson

El Paso, TX

#8 Jul 7, 2014
Rolling Papers wrote:
<quoted text> You and Ramon should both be strung up or shot for treason to this country. Immigrants did build this country but they were the ones that were LEGALLY in this country did it the correct way when they entered this country.
What about the Chinamen who built the transcontinental railroad? They were not citizens and yet they did one hell of a job. We were so thankful for what they did that they put them into the laundry business so your point is mute.
Deming Brain Deficiency

El Paso, TX

#9 Jul 7, 2014
So What wrote:
<quoted text>Then I guess you will be one tired SOB because our border will NEVER be open. Being pro immigration is one thing, but open borders is something else entirely. THAT will never happen.
A top U.S. official said on Sunday the U.S. government does need to be sensitive to the tens of thousands of migrant children flowing into detention centers.

More than 52,000 unaccompanied minors from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras have been caught trying to sneak over the U.S.-Mexico border since October, double the number from the same period the year before. Thousands more have been apprehended with parents or other adults.

"We have to do right by the children," Jeh Johnson, the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, said on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday.

Johnson said that the government administers deportation proceedings to illegal migrants seized at the border, including children. But he added that the government is looking at being more flexible toward the children seized at the border.

"We are looking at ways to create additional options for dealing with the children, in particular, consistent with our laws and our values," Johnson said.

Johnson repeated the stance, taken by President Barack Obama last week, that the president would take executive action to revamp the U.S. immigration system.

"There are a number of things the president and I, within the confines of existing law, can do to fix the broken immigration system. If Congress doesn't act, we will," Johnson said.
Church Goer

El Paso, TX

#10 Jul 7, 2014
With a do nothing congress sometimes executive orders are the only way

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#11 Jul 7, 2014
Shane Corson wrote:
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What about the Chinamen who built the transcontinental railroad? They were not citizens and yet they did one hell of a job. We were so thankful for what they did that they put them into the laundry business so your point is mute.
Did the Chinese sneak into this country like a bunch of cowards and want free this free that free free free free free free hand out hand outs hand outs hand outs free free this free that no work no work free free free this and that. No the Chinese did something they worked when the came to this country so your point is phuckin mute dik brain
Shane Corson

El Paso, TX

#12 Jul 7, 2014
Rolling Papers wrote:
<quoted text> Did the Chinese sneak into this country like a bunch of cowards and want free this free that free free free free free free hand out hand outs hand outs hand outs free free this free that no work no work free free free this and that. No the Chinese did something they worked when the came to this country so your point is phuckin mute dik brain
Au contraire, my good man. If you've ever watched TV, you'd know better. I saw a documentary about the building of this line through the town of Rock Ridge. They had a black sheriff who complicated matters, but the Chinese workers were docked a day's pay for napping on the job. They were lollygagging around like it was 120 degrees or something. So they were lazy and insolent and many of them stole too. Yours is the point that is mute.

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#14 Jul 7, 2014
Shane Corson wrote:
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Au contraire, my good man. If you've ever watched TV, you'd know better. I saw a documentary about the building of this line through the town of Rock Ridge. They had a black sheriff who complicated matters, but the Chinese workers were docked a day's pay for napping on the job. They were lollygagging around like it was 120 degrees or something. So they were lazy and insolent and many of them stole too. Yours is the point that is mute.
Yea but the sheriff had the Waco Kid to ride shotgun with him and Lillie Von Shlip to keep his drive shaft in alignment and injection system from clogging up. The Chinese were napping because they built a whole new Rock Ridge in one night and were tired if you remember correctly
Church Goer

El Monte, CA

#15 Jul 7, 2014
Yeah but they ate all dogs of the good people of Rock Ridge. Plus they couldnt see at night so they couldnt work thru the night .
Remteriasmissing brain

El Paso, TX

#16 Jul 7, 2014
I've been saying that the El Paso Times should fire this Mexico loving retard for years. The idiot always writes his columns in friggin Spanglish. Brain dead jerk off, go live in Mexico if you love it so much
Church Goer

El Monte, CA

#17 Jul 7, 2014
Remteriasmissingbrain wrote:
I've been saying that the El Paso Times should fire this Mexico loving retard for years. The idiot always writes his columns in friggin Spanglish. Brain dead jerk off, go live in Mexico if you love it so much
No cause then your momma wont have his boner in her culo.
Veronica Escobar

United States

#18 Jul 7, 2014
These people have committed crimes by entering the U.S illegally. Yes we are a Nation of immigrants however there are laws that are in place to allow non citizens to become lawful U.S Citizens. These illegals are suspects that must face charges for committing Federal Felonies. People wait in line, pay dues, take classes, and swear under oath to become Americans; Amnesty undermines their efforts and our federal laws.
Steve Dooley

El Paso, TX

#19 Jul 7, 2014
Veronica Escobar wrote:
These people have committed crimes by entering the U.S illegally. Yes we are a Nation of immigrants however there are laws that are in place to allow non citizens to become lawful U.S Citizens. These illegals are suspects that must face charges for committing Federal Felonies. People wait in line, pay dues, take classes, and swear under oath to become Americans; Amnesty undermines their efforts and our federal laws.
Which felonies did they commit? Entering the country without a visa is not a felony.
Church Goer

El Monte, CA

#20 Jul 7, 2014
Stupid! We're all very different people. We're not Watusi. We're not Spartans. We're Americans, with a capital 'A', huh? You know what that means? Do ya? That means that our forefathers were kicked out of every decent country in the world. We are the wretched refuse. We're the underdog. We're mutts! But there's no animal that's more faithful, that's more loyal, more loveable than the mutt
Say_What

El Paso, TX

#21 Jul 9, 2014
I hope all of you screaming to let these kids stay will foster or adopt them so they don't get put into orphanages. I also hope that if you foster or adopt them that you don't have to draw on public assistance. I already pay to much in taxes and we already have too many kids in the system.
Church Goer

El Paso, TX

#22 Jul 10, 2014
Say_What wrote:
I hope all of you screaming to let these kids stay will foster or adopt them so they don't get put into orphanages. I also hope that if you foster or adopt them that you don't have to draw on public assistance. I already pay to much in taxes and we already have too many kids in the system.
Theres alot of things we the people can do. Theres non profits. We could also trim the military complex machine alittle. We could cut the pork on some projects. Theres alot of money that the ripofflicans are hiding in off shore accounts we can get into with some good regulations. Big businesses have not been paying their fair share for a long time we can get our hands on. No money is not the problem
Say_What

El Paso, TX

#23 Jul 10, 2014
Church Goer wrote:
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Theres alot of things we the people can do. Theres non profits. We could also trim the military complex machine alittle. We could cut the pork on some projects. Theres alot of money that the ripofflicans are hiding in off shore accounts we can get into with some good regulations. Big businesses have not been paying their fair share for a long time we can get our hands on. No money is not the problem
When you are done licking my nutsac can you lick my ass as well?

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