Push on immigration issue shows its value to NC Gop
“The governor and his minions are out of line with a huge majority of North Carolinians”
A Republican candidate for governor pressed state officials Monday to defend a new policy requiring community colleges to admit illegal immigrants, a sign that GOP hopefuls believe it a good issue for them in ... via HendersonvilleNews.com
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#1 Dec 4, 2007
This is not a good thing, if Illegal Immigrants are allowed education priviliges then why do they have to be Legal... Just sneak into our country take our job,buy our land, get our kids free education and the Natives of this land have to pay their way......
GET NEW GOVERMENT OFFICIALS>>>> Enjoy you last days boys...(WHERE IS HELMS WHEN WE NEED HIM)"god rest his soul".
#2 Apr 29, 2008
Nothing gets Southern racists more upset that non-white immigrants. Illegal isn't even the real issue here. It's blatant trailer-trash racism.
I do prefer them to be legal, but if you know anything about our government, it's nearly impossible to get anything done. Same goes for becoming a legal citizen.
Fix the system and let them in like our grandparents before us.
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