Attorney general wants to bolster fight against human trafficking
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#1 Nov 18, 2008
This is today's reality, we need to fight injustice. But this is what happen when we dehumanize people!
#2 Nov 18, 2008
The US is a bad place, stay in Mexico where you will be safe. If you come to the US you will not get food stamps and Medicaid.
I would have translated this for my Mexican friends, but since I clean my own house and cut my own grass, I never learned to speak Maid.
“An American Rifleman.”
Since: May 08
#3 Nov 18, 2008
How many of these stories are actually recent cases? Seems to me that such documented horrors would have been publicized locally and nationally, but I cannot remember seeing any of this before in the media. Seems to me, also, that we have heard these trumped up scenarios as a prelude to the Open Borders pleadings.
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