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Thousands in Ecuadorian city protest against Arizona immigration Law

There are 27 comments on the Inside Costa Rica story from May 15, 2010, titled Thousands in Ecuadorian city protest against Arizona immigration Law. In it, Inside Costa Rica reports that:

Thousands in Ecuadorian city protest against Arizona immigration Law QUITO - Several thousand people took to the streets of Ecuador's southern major city of Cuenca on Friday to protest an immigration law of the U.S. state of Arizona.

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Rosa

Phoenix, AZ

#23 Aug 18, 2010
VIVIANA wrote:
Mr FOLLOW THE LAW AKA "gringo". I bet you earn less than 100K YOU SURE. SOUND LIKE IT I WOULD LOVE TO TEACH for free as a good deed.
What is your point? BTW: gringo means foreigner - which applies to anyone in the US illegally. Namely, immigration lawbreakers. lol - Who is the "gringo" in the US??? lol
Hector Padilla

Westminster, CA

#24 Sep 19, 2010
Vivian, Please call me. or email me at [email protected]

Thank You.
Desert Rat

Carson City, NV

#25 Sep 19, 2010
Evelyn wrote:
Referendum requires filing 76,682 voter signatures by 90 days. But Still at most of online polls people support the Law. make your voice heard on http://immigration.civiltalks.com/
Is it not stupid to fight with Mexicans for a job in the fields at the national level?
Mexicans are hard working, fellow who just came here to do work that Americans, including blacks, will not do!
Judging by your lack of literacy and your support of these vermin, you are just another of these foreign criminal scum and should be tossed out on your ass with the rest of the parasites.
Desert Rat

Carson City, NV

#26 Sep 19, 2010
latino_gringo wrote:
I have some news for my fellow Americans. When GWB toughened the immigration laws when he was in office guess what happened?
Farmers complained that they had NO workers to harvest their crops. Americans do not want to work on any farm to pick fruit or vegetables! The farmers plowed under the crops that needed to be harvested. This produced shortages and higher costs at the supermarket. You can't have it both ways people. Don't want higher prices at the supermarket then pony up and get in the fields to harvest.
Also most Mexicans are hard working people. The issue is Mexicans but our immigration policies. If you want to come to the US from another country you need to show: You have money in the bank, have property, have a job in your current country and you have to explain why you want to live in the USA.
So for many people, being an illegal is the only way to get here.
Another fairy tale from someone who is either a supporter of these criminal trash or one himself.
laurie

United States

#27 Jun 26, 2012
lets face it americans are tired just tired of mexicans. they let there kids shit in the street, mexican drug cartell, tamale wrappers, 15 per household, tax payers are tired of supporting them are prison system holds how many mexicans which when you go to work all week to pay so jose can rot in the joint because he either mudered a little girl up the street or brought in dope we all know whats up call me racial or call me fed up
dean

Ambato, Ecuador

#28 Oct 10, 2012
latino_gringo wrote:
I have some news for my fellow Americans. When GWB toughened the immigration laws when he was in office guess what happened?
Farmers complained that they had NO workers to harvest their crops. Americans do not want to work on any farm to pick fruit or vegetables! The farmers plowed under the crops that needed to be harvested. This produced shortages and higher costs at the supermarket. You can't have it both ways people. Don't want higher prices at the supermarket then pony up and get in the fields to harvest.
Also most Mexicans are hard working people. The issue is Mexicans but our immigration policies. If you want to come to the US from another country you need to show: You have money in the bank, have property, have a job in your current country and you have to explain why you want to live in the USA.
So for many people, being an illegal is the only way to get here.
HEY LG, I just paid 3 dollars for a head of cauliflower at Gran Aki today. Maybe we can get some of that cheap Mexican labor down here
XYZ open Doors

Jackson Heights, NY

#30 Jul 2, 2013
laurie wrote:
lets face it americans are tired just tired of mexicans. they let there kids shit in the street, mexican drug cartell, tamale wrappers, 15 per household, tax payers are tired of supporting them are prison system holds how many mexicans which when you go to work all week to pay so jose can rot in the joint because he either mudered a little girl up the street or brought in dope we all know whats up call me racial or call me fed up
Predatory US corporations make use of world as slaves and Even US American as slaves of US corporatism.

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