Immigration rally draws hundreds in Ohio

Immigration rally draws hundreds in Ohio

There are 19 comments on the Daily-Jeff.com story from Oct 5, 2013, titled Immigration rally draws hundreds in Ohio. In it, Daily-Jeff.com reports that:

Organizers say several hundred people took part in an immigration reform rally in Ohio outside U.S. House Speaker John Boehner's office.

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#1 Oct 5, 2013
did the police check their ids?
Check this

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#2 Oct 5, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
did the police check their ids?
Roundeye don't need to be checked, only sliteye.

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#3 Oct 6, 2013
What, I would have thought they would be hard at work. How is it that they can take off so much time from their jobs?????
Armando

United States

#4 Oct 6, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
What, I would have thought they would be hard at work. How is it that they can take off so much time from their jobs?????
Same way that an ignorant lazy hater like you take off so much time to write shit in this forum
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#6 Oct 6, 2013
Armando wrote:
<quoted text> Same way that an ignorant lazy hater like you take off so much time to write shit in this forum
It's a logical question. How can people who claim to be so hard working and the backbone of our economy (such as it is today) take time off, when they get paid hourly, not salaried. They lose money every day they wave their Mexican flag on a workday.
leonardo

Chicago, IL

#7 Oct 6, 2013
OneRepublic wrote:
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It's a logical question. How can people who claim to be so hard working and the backbone of our economy (such as it is today) take time off, when they get paid hourly, not salaried. They lose money every day they wave their Mexican flag on a workday.
europeans came to america they brougth the religion language and what is the problem now?and we are from this continent we didnt come overseas

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#8 Oct 7, 2013
Armando wrote:
<quoted text> Same way that an ignorant lazy hater like you take off so much time to write shit in this forum
Seeing as I have worked since I was 16, and had accrued 29 years of service working at the local school, I reluctantly chose to retire, to be able to spend more time with my hubby, and to be able to travel to see my grandbaby more often. In other words, I paid my dues, and have a right to express my opinion whenever the whim should hit me. Lazy has never been a part of my vernacular. Check yourself.
spud

Weatherly, PA

#9 Oct 7, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
What, I would have thought they would be hard at work. How is it that they can take off so much time from their jobs?????
In many cases the slave loving employers pay for them to attend these rallies. In some cases open border immigration groups pay. It's like an investment for these groups but the illegal aliens think these people have some kind of compassionate reason for helping them. They can't see these people are in it strictly for self serving reasons.
Armando

United States

#10 Oct 7, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Seeing as I have worked since I was 16, and had accrued 29 years of service working at the local school, I reluctantly chose to retire, to be able to spend more time with my hubby, and to be able to travel to see my grandbaby more often. In other words, I paid my dues, and have a right to express my opinion whenever the whim should hit me. Lazy has never been a part of my vernacular. Check yourself.
Sorry teddy I did not know that you was a old gay, I respect old people. Its the only I have to say. Is just hard to understand how people live in church and hate so much . Not all undocumented guys are bad and Im pretty sure you know that, if you speaak for the bad guys Im with you but there is excelent families living in this country with no documents they only come to work.
Armando

United States

#11 Oct 7, 2013
Armando wrote:
<quoted text> Sorry teddy I did not know that you was a old gay, I respect old people. Its the only I have to say. Is just hard to understand how people live in church and hate so much . Not all undocumented guys are bad and Im pretty sure you know that, if you speaak for the bad guys Im with you but there is excelent families living in this country with no documents they only come to work.
Sorry again I mean Old guy.

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#12 Oct 7, 2013
Armando wrote:
<quoted text> Sorry teddy I did not know that you was a old gay, I respect old people. Its the only I have to say. Is just hard to understand how people live in church and hate so much . Not all undocumented guys are bad and Im pretty sure you know that, if you speaak for the bad guys Im with you but there is excelent families living in this country with no documents they only come to work.
Ha ha, your attempt at humor was a big fail. I am a woman, a retired teacher, and happily married to the same guy for many years. I am not old, yet, just retired.
spud

Weatherly, PA

#13 Oct 7, 2013
It's Saturday in Ohio and the Buckeyes are playing. Who gives a ____ about a hundred illegal aliens bitching that they should have it better than citizens? That's right, nobody. These midget invaders don't even know what football is.
Armando

United States

#14 Oct 7, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Ha ha, your attempt at humor was a big fail. I am a woman, a retired teacher, and happily married to the same guy for many years. I am not old, yet, just retired.
Congratulations for your happy life "Teddy" but let me insist not all undocumented people is bad, to be honest there is more goodones then criminals and I dont know if you are agree but"crime" is a big word fir an illegal worker. Im in the late 40's but I still feel confident to give you an "advice" do not believe all what the haters said about hispanics; you know very well that thats only ignorance, a hater can betray their own people...their own mother.

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#15 Oct 7, 2013
Armando wrote:
<quoted text> Congratulations for your happy life "Teddy" but let me insist not all undocumented people is bad, to be honest there is more goodones then criminals and I dont know if you are agree but"crime" is a big word fir an illegal worker. Im in the late 40's but I still feel confident to give you an "advice" do not believe all what the haters said about hispanics; you know very well that thats only ignorance, a hater can betray their own people...their own mother.
I do not hate illegals, I hate how they disrespect the laws of this country, while making demands that they really have no right to make. Good people don't knowingly break laws, buy forged documents or steal people's ID's for personal gain.
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#16 Oct 7, 2013
Armando wrote:
<quoted text> Congratulations for your happy life "Teddy" but let me insist not all undocumented people is bad, to be honest there is more goodones then criminals and I dont know if you are agree but"crime" is a big word fir an illegal worker. Im in the late 40's but I still feel confident to give you an "advice" do not believe all what the haters said about hispanics; you know very well that thats only ignorance, a hater can betray their own people...their own mother.
anybody who is illegally in the usa is bad.

the reality is being illegal means you are a criminal.

and no criminal can give me any advice. nothing they say means anything to me.

if I was in your home stealing things from you, you would feel the same way about me.

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#17 Oct 7, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
did the police check their ids?
It's a rally... not a check point.

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#18 Oct 7, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
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anybody who is illegally in the usa is bad.
the reality is being illegal means you are a criminal.
and no criminal can give me any advice. nothing they say means anything to me.
if I was in your home stealing things from you, you would feel the same way about me.
Foolish analogy... they're not in your home stealing from you.
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#19 Oct 8, 2013
Rico from East Los II wrote:
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Foolish analogy... they're not in your home stealing from you.
anybody who is in my country illegally is in my home without my permission. PERIOD.

and if they are taking jobs, welfare, schooling, medical while they are here, they are stealing from me.
spud

Weatherly, PA

#20 Oct 9, 2013
If these dudes can't even do the important stuff, like tune into a college football game on Saturday, how can we expect them to do anything else right?

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