#92 Nov 20, 2010
I want to see our government pass a
( Real American Dream Act )
No more government funding or state funding to go to sanctuary cities
no more bilingual government forms
deport all mexicans citizens back to mexico unless they have a passport or work visa to be in this country
deport any illegal immigrants from any country back to the country of origin with the bill to be paid for the transportation by their government or that person before being allowed to come to this country again
to be born an American citizen you have to have a parent that is an American citizen
no welfare for non-American citizens
no Social Security for non-American citizen
no food stamps for non-American citizens
no social services for non-American citizens
no free schooling for non-American citizens
any benefits that has be paid out from government or state services to non-American citizens must be repaid before being allowed back into this country
any non-American citizen found to be enrolled in school should be deported with the bill for their schooling to be repaid before being allowed to reenter the country
this will apply to any and all non-American citizens from any country
any person caught sneaking into this country will be imprisoned for one year hard labor repairing the border fence
#94 Nov 20, 2010
True, but it is part of the Hispanic race, and the road you are going down will affect all brown people regardless of whether they are Mexican or not and whether they are legal or not.
#95 Nov 20, 2010
Could it be not because they are Mexican per se, but because the illegal Mexicans are poor and desperate and have already broken one law thus are likely predisposed to breaking more? So then the issue is one of illegal aliens, not necessarily Mexicans?
#132 Feb 9, 2011
The second and third of four suspects accused of raping a Round Lake Beach woman were sentenced to 32 months in prison Friday after admitting their roles in the crime.
Marco Ortiz-Garcia, 31, Round Lake Beach, and Bruno Vargas-Rios, 35, of Park City, received the same term as their co-defendant, Salvador Elias, 22, of Round Lake Beach, accepted last month.
Advertisement Lake County Assistant State’s Attorney Scott Hoffert said those three and Miguel Godinez-Garcia, 29, of Round Lake Beach, were all charged with criminal sexual assault after the Aug. 9, 2009 attack.
Police said Ortiz-Garcia, of the 1400 block of Park Avenue, and Godinez-Garcia, of the 300 block of Meadowgreen Lane, drove the woman from a Round Lake Beach tavern to a party near where Godinez-Garcia lives.
Once at the party, police said, both men raped the woman and she called 911 and screamed for help before the phone was taken from her.
Elias, of the 1600 block of Channel Drive, and Vargas-Rios, of the 3400 block of Michael Avenue, then took the woman from the party to her home where both of those men raped her.
Hoffert agreed to reduce the charge criminal sexual abuse in exchange for the pleas of the three men.
Godinez-Garcia has pleaded not guilty to the original charge against him and is scheduled to appear in court Feb. 22
#138 Feb 19, 2011
American citizens Sent Home For Wearing American Flags in the U.S.A.
But mexicans could wear mexican Flags
#139 Feb 23, 2011
128 illegal immigrants invaders found crossing through the western Arizona desert.
128 men who were apprehended have either been returned to Mexico or were jailed because of prior convictions.
Well that's 128 less welfare checks and food stamps the US taxpayer will have to pay out this year!
And 128 less criminals loose in our country !
God bless the Arizona border guards
keep up the good work
#157 Apr 5, 2011
Stricter Immigration Law Proposed For California
Assemblyman Tim Donnelly is campaigning for “The Secure Immigration Enforcement Act,” a controversial immigration law that is very similar to the one used in Arizona.
#170 May 31, 2011
The federal government is posting signs in Arizona up to 60 miles away from the Mexican border
it is not safe to venture into these area because of mexican drug cartels control them
60 miles into the United States territory is being invaded and the US government is doing nothing
but putting signs up to warn the US citizens to stay away
this is appalling
our country is being invaded by terrorists and no military forces being sent there to secure our own country
#172 Jun 4, 2011
House passed amendments to:require all DHS contractors to use E-Verify to check new hires
82% of Likely Voters Say Businesses Should be Required to Use E-Verify
ALABAMA PASSES MANDATORY E-VERIFY & IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT BILL
It also creates a misdemeanor for failure to carry documentation of legal presence, requires police to inquire about immigration status during a stop if there's reasonable suspicion of illegal presence
the House passed amendments to:
* set aside funding for Border Patrol to eliminate look-out posts along the U.S.-Mexico border;
* set aside funding to hire additional Shadow Wolves who track down smugglers along the border;
* reallocate funds to increase funding for the 287(g) program by nearly 20%;
* reallocate funding to increase support for the Law Enforcement Support Center;
* ensure that funding provided in the spending bill is used to enforce existing federal law requiring the detention of illegal aliens who are violent criminals awaiting deportation;
* withhold funding from cities that have sanctuary city policies in place;
* prohibit the Administration from offering amnesty through "deferred action";
* require all DHS contractors to use E-Verify to check new hires
#204 Mar 7, 2012
The Reconquest is complete, as is the historical revisionism.
Indeed, the Southwest was explored and sparsely
(20K dispersed from Texas to California) colonized by SPAIN … NOT mexico. I.e., those colonists were SPAINISH … NOT mexicans.
They came from SPAIN … NOT mexico.
The Spanish colonists sailed across the
Atlantic; they did not swim across the Rio Grande.
Those colonists ultimately became US
And the 14th amendment does not give automatic
citizenship to children of illegal aliens or foreigners dropped on our soil … and was never intended to.
Politicians of the 19th century were not nearly as corrupt or stupid as contemporary politicians.
The phrase,“and subject to the jurisdiction thereof”, was added expressly to prevent the perverted
way the amendment is being interpreted today.
Indeed, illegal aliens intentionally avoid US jurisdiction (LAW)---this is why the US government refers to trespassers as ILLEGAL ALIENS.
Currently, we voluntarily and involuntarily host an immigrant wave greater in numbers than all previous waves of immigrants COMBINED [since the beginning of this country].
“We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of
liberty to OURSELVES and OUR posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”
[Not a damn thing in there about foreigners.]
#223 Nov 28, 2012
When someone enters this country illegally !
they are a criminal and should be prosecuted as such regardless of the reason they came.
#226 Jan 20, 2013
legislature are reviewing a bill that would penalize any city that chooses to establish a “sanctuary” policy.
#227 Jan 21, 2013
They better check with sheriff Mark 1st , He's there knight in shinning armor.
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