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Dozens Rally in Charlottesville for Immigration Reform

There are 75 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Apr 29, 2013, titled Dozens Rally in Charlottesville for Immigration Reform. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Dozens gathered on the downtown mall to show their support of a comprehensive immigration reform bill.

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Easy Solution

Charlottesville, VA

#47 May 2, 2013
Enter legally!!!!!!!!! No laws broken and all would be good. Sneaking in says something about your character.
CvilleMechEngr

Charlottesville, VA

#48 May 2, 2013
Jack from Bedias wrote:
Do you guys know you're on the national immigration forum? Just wondering?.....So you had another "speed bump" rally in Charlottesville, with dozens. I have a friend who's a border patrol agent, who was sent to northern Va, along with others, with about 100,000 arrest warrants for illegal aliens. He was confident they'd get 80,000.....and you had dozens....
Nope...didn't know that. The title says "Dozens Rally in Charlottesville..." Your friend is encouraged to collect our illegals. I guess he's shipping them back in box cars if he has to retrieve 80,000. Wouldn't it be more effective just to keep them at the border? We're just a small town, you know. We only have small town resources.

“The "entitled" =communist.”

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#49 May 2, 2013
CvilleMechEngr wrote:
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Nope...didn't know that. The title says "Dozens Rally in Charlottesville..." Your friend is encouraged to collect our illegals. I guess he's shipping them back in box cars if he has to retrieve 80,000. Wouldn't it be more effective just to keep them at the border? We're just a small town, you know. We only have small town resources.
He was after gang members and repeat offenders. It seems that part of the world is infested with illegals. I grew up in Richmond. Back then it was like Haight Ashberry of the East. Now, from what I read, it's still a nest for drugs and people associated with drugs. Enter, drug cartels. Good luck.
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#50 May 2, 2013
I give a rats behind about immigration, I just want them to register to vote.
CvilleMechEngr

Charlottesville, VA

#51 May 2, 2013
Jack from Bedias wrote:
<quoted text>He was after gang members and repeat offenders. It seems that part of the world is infested with illegals. I grew up in Richmond. Back then it was like Haight Ashberry of the East. Now, from what I read, it's still a nest for drugs and people associated with drugs. Enter, drug cartels. Good luck.
When was back then? I grew up in hanging out in Richmond too - was at VCU in 1971 & 72 - and then I left to go into the service.
not a libtard

Charlottesville, VA

#52 May 2, 2013
huck wrote:
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had a great time last nite...thanks!
HUCKY KEEP YOUR FANTASIES TO YOURSELF AND HONDABOY!!
not a libtard

Charlottesville, VA

#53 May 2, 2013
sez you wrote:
I give a rats behind about immigration, I just want them to register to vote.
spoken with knowledge of what he is talking about huh?
so sad some people are allowed to breed--(sez you's parents)

oh thats right we need them to vote and "turn the tide"!!
??????????
Quasi

Charlottesville, VA

#54 May 2, 2013
Now that healthcare is free for all illegal aliens, do not be surprised when tens of millions of new citizens cross the border in order to access their free healthcare.
Local

United States

#55 May 2, 2013
sez you wrote:
I give a rats behind about immigration,...
Awesome, you should. If you REALLY care, how about an elephant's behind?
sez you wrote:
...I just want them to register to vote.
Would LOVE for you to elaborate on this statement. Based on the fact that many of them have "anchor babies" and take advantage of all of the "safety nets" that our society provides,(originally intended for low income US CITIZENS), your second statement leaves much to interpretation. Those interpretations leading to exacerbation of our already staggering national debt.
Local

United States

#56 May 2, 2013
No... wait... I get it! You want to legislate prosperity into poverty in order to bring poverty into prosperity.
Dude

Winchester, VA

#57 May 2, 2013
Quasi wrote:
Now that healthcare is free for all illegal aliens, do not be surprised when tens of millions of new citizens cross the border in order to access their free healthcare.
What do you mean, now? It's been free for all persons that show up to the ER since EMTALA... guess who pushed that through? Illegals aren't covered under PPACA, so if that's what you're implying, it's mendacious propaganda.
hondacivic

Charlottesville, VA

#58 May 2, 2013
not a libtard wrote:
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HUCKY KEEP YOUR FANTASIES TO YOURSELF AND HONDABOY!!
Who's in your fantasy to get your rocks off? Hannity, Rush, Beck? You're probably more of an Alex Jones conspiracist loverican.
zeb

Charlottesville, VA

#59 May 2, 2013
hondacivic wrote:
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Who's in your fantasy to get your rocks off? Hannity, Rush, Beck? You're probably more of an Alex Jones conspiracist loverican.
Why did you leave out the actual made obama blowup doll made in china, fun in the bath house fantasy
Harvey Garciawicz

Charlottesville, VA

#60 May 2, 2013
A socialist, a Muslim and an illegal immigrant goes into a bar. The bartender asks, What will you have Mr. President.

“The "entitled" =communist.”

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Since: May 10

MY MONEY, come take it.

#61 May 2, 2013
CvilleMechEngr wrote:
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When was back then? I grew up in hanging out in Richmond too - was at VCU in 1971 & 72 - and then I left to go into the service.
I was there. I lived on every one of the Fan District streets to the Boulevard. I went to VCU in 73. I graduated from Hermitage High out in Lakeside. I was 1-y in 73 and Nixon ended the draft in February of that year so I missed the boat to Vietnam....My uncle owned a construction company that built all those tract homes out on Skipwith Road. I got involved with him and construction from the time I was 13. Every summer I worked out there....In VCU I was thrown a curveball when a teacher told us what we could expect to make in our prospective careers. I quit and went into construction fulltime. I was already making what she had told us.....The Fan was wide open back then. There were drugs everywhere. I was never much of a pothead, but the women and some other things made it a very rememberable part of my life.....I went back for a visit in 80 and the place was the pits. I was pretty dissapointed. I haven't been back since.
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#62 May 2, 2013
Local wrote:
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Awesome, you should. If you REALLY care, how about an elephant's behind?
<quoted text>
Would LOVE for you to elaborate on this statement. Based on the fact that many of them have "anchor babies" and take advantage of all of the "safety nets" that our society provides,(originally intended for low income US CITIZENS), your second statement leaves much to interpretation. Those interpretations leading to exacerbation of our already staggering national debt.
War mongers and fear mongering have more to do with our national debt than immigrants that come here and work for low wages paid for and encouraged by the same people who cry fowl about immigration. Most of those probably considering themselves Christians.
RandomThoughts

Atlanta, GA

#63 May 3, 2013
I see NBCensorship29 doesnt like anyone speaking of the crimes in these videos .

How strange
Local

United States

#64 May 3, 2013
sez you wrote:
<quoted text>War mongers and fear mongering have more to do with our national debt than immigrants that come here and work for low wages paid for and encouraged by the same people who cry fowl about immigration. Most of those probably considering themselves Christians.
While I don't disagree with you (even though war/fear mongering and propaganda actually aided in bringing the US out of the great depression during WWII), you can't disagree that illegal immigrants that abuse our social programs aimed at helping US Citizens adds significantly to the national debt, and it's not as small a piece of the pie as you probably think.

You'd think that the US Citizens that abuse social services would want to see illegal immigrants stop getting the same benefits. One of the things that fuels illegal immigration, low wages, etc is the fact that more US Citizens would rather be on welfare and other aid services than actually work for their income. Illegal immigrants come in and fill the labor vacuum created in those jobs. Businesses increase their profit margins by hiring them then the lazy citizens whine about entitlements and want to tax the successful to get more handouts.
Local

United States

#65 May 3, 2013
sez you wrote:
<quoted text>War mongers and fear mongering have more to do with our national debt than immigrants that come here and work for low wages paid for and encouraged by the same people who cry fowl about immigration. Most of those probably considering themselves Christians.
You still haven't addressed my comment about elaborating on WHY you would want them to vote.
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#66 May 3, 2013
Local wrote:
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While I don't disagree with you (even though war/fear mongering and propaganda actually aided in bringing the US out of the great depression during WWII), you can't disagree that illegal immigrants that abuse our social programs aimed at helping US Citizens adds significantly to the national debt, and it's not as small a piece of the pie as you probably think.
You'd think that the US Citizens that abuse social services would want to see illegal immigrants stop getting the same benefits. One of the things that fuels illegal immigration, low wages, etc is the fact that more US Citizens would rather be on welfare and other aid services than actually work for their income. Illegal immigrants come in and fill the labor vacuum created in those jobs. Businesses increase their profit margins by hiring them then the lazy citizens whine about entitlements and want to tax the successful to get more handouts.
People migrate for a number of reasons, Syrian refugees migrate just to stay alive. There was a vast migration out of Egypt a few thousand years ago for the same reason only it was because of climate change. Central Americans come here for the same reasons, just to survive. Citizenship is not one of their main concerns, feeding yourself and you family is. Many are coming here just to get away with their lives as a result of the drug wars. They don't come here with an ulterior motive to put people out of work, we have corporations who do a good job of, they come here just to survive, a great motivator. Once not too long ago some people came here for no other reason than greed. Thats worked out well.

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