Guest Comment: Southern Arizona borde...

Guest Comment: Southern Arizona border security is unacceptable

There are 200 comments on the www.gvnews.com story from Aug 31, 2008, titled Guest Comment: Southern Arizona border security is unacceptable. In it, www.gvnews.com reports that:

One of the most challenging problems I have inherited as the new representative from Arizona's 8th Congressional District is the wide gaping hole that we have in our border security.

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GLH

Englewood, CO

#1 Sep 1, 2008
The entire country is without security, period. What happens or not on our borders effects all of the country. We need military on the border 24/7 and a military with weapons loaded!
Swamee

Maple Grove, MN

#2 Sep 3, 2008
Do not tell me that a country spending trillions to rebuild Iraq can not take care of its borders. The government does not WANT to close the borders: if they do, how will the big corporations get the cheap labor to keep their companies profitable? Where there's a will there's a way. There is no will.
GLH

Henderson, NV

#3 Sep 3, 2008
Swamee wrote:
Do not tell me that a country spending trillions to rebuild Iraq can not take care of its borders. The government does not WANT to close the borders: if they do, how will the big corporations get the cheap labor to keep their companies profitable? Where there's a will there's a way. There is no will.
It's about time we the people have access to Bush's behind the scenes deals with MX.

“Green card?”

Since: Jan 08

Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico

#4 Sep 3, 2008
GLH wrote:
<quoted text> It's about time we the people have access to Bush's behind the scenes deals with MX.
Interesting thing about Mexico and American leaders, they all go to the same colleges, either Yale or Harvard.
Thosteenez

Seattle, WA

#5 Sep 9, 2008
Since 1961, my business has depended on Mexican labor: cheap & willing. Also, this land orginally belonged to them

“Green card?”

Since: Jan 08

Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico

#6 Sep 9, 2008
Thosteenez wrote:
Since 1961, my business has depended on Mexican labor: cheap & willing. Also, this land orginally belonged to them
Seattle, Washington belonged to Mexicans? Boy, you seriously need to either finish grade school or stop smoking crack. I would recommend both.
http://wehirealiens.com/
NightOwl

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Sep 9, 2008
What do ya make of this????

BLATANT STUPEFYING HYPOCRISY

http://boortz.com/nuze/index.html
Swamee

Chanhassen, MN

#8 Sep 13, 2008
Thosteenez wrote:
Since 1961, my business has depended on Mexican labor: cheap & willing. Also, this land orginally belonged to them
Perhaps you should choose your country, Seattle, because what you are doing by not hiring legally is taking a job away from a US citizen, and that is very sad. I believe that Seattle and Washington belonged to the American Indian. Let me know when you decide to return your state and city to them.
Thosteenez

Seattle, WA

#9 Sep 26, 2008
Oh, I so agree I was unclear. But I have a reason: I am very emotional about the fact that these hard-working Mexicans who will work at jobs Whites won't do, originally owned a great deal of the southwest including a huge part of California. They're getting the last laugh though, as they are coming across in droves, taking advantage of our system, birthing new ones, & even winning the lottery... ha ha. P.S. I still insist they are the hardest workers, even with less pay.

“Green card?”

Since: Jan 08

Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico

#10 Sep 26, 2008
Thosteenez wrote:
Oh, I so agree I was unclear. But I have a reason: I am very emotional about the fact that these hard-working Mexicans who will work at jobs Whites won't do, originally owned a great deal of the southwest including a huge part of California. They're getting the last laugh though, as they are coming across in droves, taking advantage of our system, birthing new ones, & even winning the lottery... ha ha. P.S. I still insist they are the hardest workers, even with less pay.
What a crock of crap, notice where I live? Mexicans work ethic is no better than anyone else, Slave labor is what you want and illegal aliens are just that. Anyone who is low enough to use them deserves to be imprisoned and loose there business.
The good news is there are less of them this year then last year, many being deported and many leaving on their own. E-verify is being used by more employers now and it works. It was just extended for another year today. the use of programs like http://www.wehirealiens.com/ are excellent in that the common citizen can report employers who use the aliens, and it's free.
If your an illegal alien invader your days are numbered, if you hire illegal aliens, you could loose everything.
Things are looking up!
Joseph Hoffman

Tucson, AZ

#11 Oct 8, 2008
Rogerg wrote:
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What a crock of crap, notice where I live? Mexicans work ethic is no better than anyone else, Slave labor is what you want and illegal aliens are just that. Anyone who is low enough to use them deserves to be imprisoned and loose there business.
The good news is there are less of them this year then last year, many being deported and many leaving on their own. E-verify is being used by more employers now and it works. It was just extended for another year today. the use of programs like http://www.wehirealiens.com/ are excellent in that the common citizen can report employers who use the aliens, and it's free.
If your an illegal alien invader your days are numbered, if you hire illegal aliens, you could loose everything.
Things are looking up!
i agree i am only 17 but i live in arizona and imagraition is apart of my daily life. and those of you who think its not a problem dont live close enought to where the problem is. i live in a part of arizona that has high trafic of illegal alliens. just about every day i se border patrol on the roads stopping people. i was riding my quad around my house and i came apon a site where it was just trashed with food drinks back packs supplies all that stuff and i even found a booklet that tells them how to get across the border safely. it was in spanish but i translated it and it was quite interesting. i work at a car wash where all you have to do to get a job is to sign a form and give them your adrres and phone number. i work with illegal aliens all the time. the funny thing is they tell me there illegal and one day the cops showed up and took away half or workers and the bosses got nothing not even a slap on the wrist its redicolous.

“Green card?”

Since: Jan 08

Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico

#12 Oct 8, 2008
Joseph Hoffman wrote:
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i agree i am only 17 but i live in arizona and imagraition is apart of my daily life. and those of you who think its not a problem dont live close enought to where the problem is. i live in a part of arizona that has high trafic of illegal alliens. just about every day i se border patrol on the roads stopping people. i was riding my quad around my house and i came apon a site where it was just trashed with food drinks back packs supplies all that stuff and i even found a booklet that tells them how to get across the border safely. it was in spanish but i translated it and it was quite interesting. i work at a car wash where all you have to do to get a job is to sign a form and give them your adrres and phone number. i work with illegal aliens all the time. the funny thing is they tell me there illegal and one day the cops showed up and took away half or workers and the bosses got nothing not even a slap on the wrist its redicolous.
Call this number, it is confidential and they will do a follow up on it to see if ICE does anything, if not they put the employer on a public list of scum that hire illegals.
http://www.wehirealiens.com/
Thosteenez

Seattle, WA

#13 Oct 18, 2008
Mr. Tepic in Nayarit: I didn't say Mexicans are hard workers, I said ILLEGAL Mexicans working HERE are! It takes juevos to leave your family, cross a treacherous border (many die every summer), & take your chances here...guess only the hard workers leave Mexico. From your comments I can tell you listen to the news a lot; but you need to take a tour of our country to see that it is full of illegals...why if Wal-Mart were to be raided we wouldn't be able to shop there! At least for a day or two. And Joseph H. in Tucson, you're right: "the bosses got nothing not even a slap on the wrist!" And to Swamee: I tried to hire u.s.citizens but they just don't want to do the hard work/long hours illegals are eager/willing to do. As for giving land back to the Indians, check your history: THERE WAS A WAR. INDIANS LOST. Altho casinos are bringing them back, heh heh...kind of like the Mexicans swarming back into CA to take it back by multiplying.

“Green card?”

Since: Jan 08

Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico

#14 Oct 18, 2008
"that these hard-working Mexicans who will work at jobs Whites won't do,"

Odd,This is your statement, truth is a difficult thing for you huh?

"It takes juevos to leave your family, cross a treacherous border"

It takes "juevos" to change your country, not run from it.
"I would rather die on my feet, then live on my knees"
Emiliano Zapata Salazar - 1879-1919

"kind of like the Mexicans swarming back into CA to take it back by multiplying."

And there you have the problem, where ever these people are they over populate, strain natural resources, school budgets, jail and prison populations, and social programs, and their cost exceeds their contribution.

Report and Deport!
http://www.wehirealiens.com/
District30 Voter

Homer, NE

#15 Oct 21, 2008
Don't be fooled by Mz. Giffords.
What she says about securing the border and what she does are two different things. She's in cahoots with Raul Grijalva and the rest of the Open Borders Mafia.
open eyes

Boise, ID

#16 Nov 3, 2008
I think that Mexicans are not the problem the problem is the government that cant do s@#$5 to stop this and there is some thing really true about this we as legal people or us citizens we don't do the jobs they do. why? because we don work for less money and we don't want to work weekends or holidays and they just don't care they come here to work. ho and one more thing we only work our shifts and we don't stay not even .30 min more and i said this because were i live i see this ALOT and here we are waisting our time on the computer getting our nose in to somebodyelse business instead of working.LETS NOT BE IGNORANTS.........and yes am a us citizen!
Migra

United States

#17 Dec 31, 2008
Say what you want to say. it doesn't change the laws of our land. One day very soon I will be at their door. One at a time or all together but eventually I win!! My country, my laws, my handcuffs!!
We may be slow but we will win.
gagirl56

Memphis, TN

#18 Dec 31, 2008
Security is of the utmost for me. Sometimes famliar names come up in places. Today for instance Security of all our borders needs to be stepped up in order that all legal citizens are protected.
Leave Nayarit Now

United States

#19 Jan 3, 2009
QUOTE who "Rogerg" "kind of like the Mexicans swarming back into CA to take it back by multiplying."

Roger, If you hate Mexicans so much , Why are you in Mexico? I'm sure the Mexicans there also hate you.

“Green card?”

Since: Jan 08

Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico

#20 Jan 3, 2009
Leave Nayarit Now wrote:
QUOTE who "Rogerg" "kind of like the Mexicans swarming back into CA to take it back by multiplying."
Roger, If you hate Mexicans so much , Why are you in Mexico? I'm sure the Mexicans there also hate you.
That was a quote fro this dipwad, Thosteenez
Seattle,
WA. and my answer was. "And there you have the problem, where ever these people are they over populate, strain natural resources, school budgets, jail and prison populations, and social programs, and their cost exceeds their contribution."
Now where do you find I "hate Mexicans so much "?

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