Ellison, Gutierrez rally for immigration reform

Sep 5, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Insight News

Reps. Keith Ellison and Luis GutiA©rrez gathered the Latino community at Incarnation Catholic Church in south Minneapolis this past Sunday, Aug. 25 to rally support for a nationwide immigration bill that was passed by the Senate on June 27. "Today, we are fighting the civil rights movement of our time," said Ellison.

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Brenda besson

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Asian too wrote:
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Only in your sick and twisted cowardly little minds. Even those officers and agents who should be 'rounding your azs up' as you protest for rights that do not belong to you....even they, soon, will unleash the cuffs and do their jobs. You don't know your real position.
right,he dreams a lot. Its all hes got left,nothing passing in house.
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If you think racism is the answer then just keep on supporting Ellison and Gutierrez. If you think stupidity is the answer, do the same.
Brenda besson

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Vote them out 1muslim1hispanic,trying to ruin the country.
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Juan wrote:
Sorry Brenda, we have a right to march and rally, we are as protected as you are.
You can only be useful as a lampshade or a wallet.

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Sorry Brenda, we have a right to march and rally, we are as protected as you are.
You are mistaken. If you're in this country illegally, that makes you a criminal. Criminals do not have a right to march and rally. It would be rather difficult to do so while incarcerated. However you can be deported and then you can exercise whatever rights are granted to you in your home country. If marching and rallying are not included in those rights, you might just have the power to change that.
Brenda besson

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You are mistaken. If you're in this country illegally, that makes you a criminal. Criminals do not have a right to march and rally. It would be rather difficult to do so while incarcerated. However you can be deported and then you can exercise whatever rights are granted to you in your home country. If marching and rallying are not included in those rights, you might just have the power to change that.
right on

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