Anti-'Amnesty' Activists Prepared for Immigration Fight

Feb 12, 2013 Full story: WAPI-AM Birmingham 101

The forces that helped to bring down a proposed sweeping overhaul of the U.S. immigration system in 2007 are quietly mobilizing to do the same again.

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ima

El Paso, TX

#90 Feb 16, 2013
Memo From Turner wrote:
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What does that have to do with anything? Yes if you are somebody like Jan Brewer and get caught collecting and cashing checks for people who are not entitled to receive checks that is considered suspicious activity, but that is a completely different thing.
I take it you have never heard of the Social Security Administration's Earnings Suspense File (ESF). When somebody makes up a random nine digit number that does not match any existing number the SSA has no interest or ability in looking into it so they place the money in the ESF.
Last year, the revenues from these fake numbers added up to 10 percent of the Social Security surplus. The file is growing, on average, by more than $50 billion a year. This is found money for the rest of us.
haven't seen one cent from this fund and don't ever expect to get ONE CENT ....FROM IT. LOL ! LOL !
Detective Bandit

United States

#93 Feb 16, 2013
ima wrote:
<quoted text> haven't seen one cent from this fund and don't ever expect to get ONE CENT ....FROM IT. LOL ! LOL !
How could you, when you don't work. Sounds like your ready for your diaper change. We can tell by the smell.
Detective Bandit

Fremont, CA

#94 Feb 16, 2013
Being Gay And Living In A Straight World.

So my life has never been the picture perfect life of growing up with both parents. When I was young my mother left (for an unknown reason) with my brother and sister. My father was much older than my mother maybe that could have had something to do with it. But why leave me behind? As I got a little bit older I was diagnosed with a heart defect and had to have my aortic valve replaced when I was six. When I was in recovery my mother showed up with her new husband but without my siblings. She eventually left telling me that my brother and sister believe that their new father is their real Dad and I never heard from her for another 20 years. I have talked to her a little but there is no real interest on her part to have a relationship, so I have chalked it up as a loss and have moved on Again! Growing up it was just me and my father. He was always working and I was left to take care of myself most of the time. Not to say that my father wasn't a good father. He just had to do what was necessary to provide for me. I love him to peaces and will never hold a grudge. When I was young I had a natural attraction to women, but as I hit puberty my attraction changed. I was suddenly attracted to men. I had no experiences or anything that would change my sexual preference. It just happened. I tried to full myself into thinking it wasn't who I really was, obviously that didn't work. I was in a long term relationship with a woman and ended up getting married in Jamaica. Over time we had our differences, she cheated on me and we split. It was for the best in the long run. Now that several years have passed, friends have changed and I feel very much in a lonely straight world being Gay. I have never been with a man in any way and it seems to get a little bit harder every day that passes. My family is very homophobic and I'm not sure where or whom to turn to. Do I tell my father who is in his later years of life and risk every thought and dream he has ever had for me? Just not sure and any advice is greatly appreciated!
Detective Bandit

San Diego, CA

#95 Feb 16, 2013
Detective Bandit wrote:
Being Gay And Living In A Straight World.
So my life has never been the picture perfect life of growing up with both parents. When I was young my mother left (for an unknown reason) with my brother and sister. My father was much older than my mother maybe that could have had something to do with it. But why leave me behind? As I got a little bit older I was diagnosed with a heart defect and had to have my aortic valve replaced when I was six. When I was in recovery my mother showed up with her new husband but without my siblings. She eventually left telling me that my brother and sister believe that their new father is their real Dad and I never heard from her for another 20 years. I have talked to her a little but there is no real interest on her part to have a relationship, so I have chalked it up as a loss and have moved on Again! Growing up it was just me and my father. He was always working and I was left to take care of myself most of the time. Not to say that my father wasn't a good father. He just had to do what was necessary to provide for me. I love him to peaces and will never hold a grudge. When I was young I had a natural attraction to women, but as I hit puberty my attraction changed. I was suddenly attracted to men. I had no experiences or anything that would change my sexual preference. It just happened. I tried to full myself into thinking it wasn't who I really was, obviously that didn't work. I was in a long term relationship with a woman and ended up getting married in Jamaica. Over time we had our differences, she cheated on me and we split. It was for the best in the long run. Now that several years have passed, friends have changed and I feel very much in a lonely straight world being Gay. I have never been with a man in any way and it seems to get a little bit harder every day that passes. My family is very homophobic and I'm not sure where or whom to turn to. Do I tell my father who is in his later years of life and risk every thought and dream he has ever had for me? Just not sure and any advice is greatly appreciated!
What makes you think your spoof is being effective or believable for that matter? This synopsis sounds like Here Is One's dilemma, after he snuffed his wife by rigging the tire on her vehicle.

I see a big fool, from this vantage point and his name is Here Is No.2
ima

El Paso, TX

#96 Feb 16, 2013
Detective Bandit wrote:
Being Gay And Living In A Straight World.
So my life has never been the picture perfect life of growing up with both parents. When I was young my mother left (for an unknown reason) with my brother and sister. My father was much older than my mother maybe that could have had something to do with it. But why leave me behind? As I got a little bit older I was diagnosed with a heart defect and had to have my aortic valve replaced when I was six. When I was in recovery my mother showed up with her new husband but without my siblings. She eventually left telling me that my brother and sister believe that their new father is their real Dad and I never heard from her for another 20 years. I have talked to her a little but there is no real interest on her part to have a relationship, so I have chalked it up as a loss and have moved on Again! Growing up it was just me and my father. He was always working and I was left to take care of myself most of the time. Not to say that my father wasn't a good father. He just had to do what was necessary to provide for me. I love him to peaces and will never hold a grudge. When I was young I had a natural attraction to women, but as I hit puberty my attraction changed. I was suddenly attracted to men. I had no experiences or anything that would change my sexual preference. It just happened. I tried to full myself into thinking it wasn't who I really was, obviously that didn't work. I was in a long term relationship with a woman and ended up getting married in Jamaica. Over time we had our differences, she cheated on me and we split. It was for the best in the long run. Now that several years have passed, friends have changed and I feel very much in a lonely straight world being Gay. I have never been with a man in any way and it seems to get a little bit harder every day that passes. My family is very homophobic and I'm not sure where or whom to turn to. Do I tell my father who is in his later years of life and risk every thought and dream he has ever had for me? Just not sure and any advice is greatly appreciated!
no one cares, frito! go to counselor, no compassion here either.
USA

El Paso, TX

#97 Feb 19, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, I have seen what he/she describes...one family had nine kids. Those kids have gotten older and and starting their own broods. They have two shopping carts full of junk food...donuts, they love donuts and soda and the grossest of the gross, Honey Buns, but they always buy three large packages of Huggies. Because there are so many kids living in a small rental home, their foodstamp card has beaucoups on it. I find it sad to know that these irresponsible women are breeding, and from the looks of those carts, I wonder what the kids are being fed. I always thought that junk food wasn't supposed to be purchased with foodstamps, but I guess that is not the case any more. I think the less educated the parents are, the more kids they will have. I imagine it would be hard for some of them to give up the freebies as the kids reach the cut-off age, hence they have more babies than their bodies can really endure. Any way you look at it, having babies and expecting your host government to help support them is not in the best interests of the kids. Have babies when you can give them what they need without expecting a government to step in and give you a boost.
The worst part of all of this is that the people you are referring too are actually legal Mexicans living in the USA. This people were the ones that got prior amnesty.
How sad.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#98 Feb 19, 2013
USA wrote:
<quoted text>
The worst part of all of this is that the people you are referring too are actually legal Mexicans living in the USA. This people were the ones that got prior amnesty.
How sad.
take another look,most after assimilating and turning into real adults paying their own way cut back on kids,it is those who breed for a living who keep popping them out,mostly illegal aliens doing this in my area. must think the more mistakes and burdens they place on others called their children will give a better chance not to get deported. the 14th needs to be fixed.
Magadala

Gig Harbor, WA

#99 Feb 19, 2013
Detective Bandit wrote:
Being Gay And Living In A Straight World.
So my life has never been the picture perfect life of growing up with both parents. When I was young my mother left (for an unknown reason) with my brother and sister. My father was much older than my mother maybe that could have had something to do with it. But why leave me behind? As I got a little bit older I was diagnosed with a heart defect and had to have my aortic valve replaced when I was six. When I was in recovery my mother showed up with her new husband but without my siblings. She eventually left telling me that my brother and sister believe that their new father is their real Dad and I never heard from her for another 20 years. I have talked to her a little but there is no real interest on her part to have a relationship, so I have chalked it up as a loss and have moved on Again! Growing up it was just me and my father. He was always working and I was left to take care of myself most of the time. Not to say that my father wasn't a good father. He just had to do what was necessary to provide for me. I love him to peaces and will never hold a grudge. When I was young I had a natural attraction to women, but as I hit puberty my attraction changed. I was suddenly attracted to men. I had no experiences or anything that would change my sexual preference. It just happened. I tried to full myself into thinking it wasn't who I really was, obviously that didn't work. I was in a long term relationship with a woman and ended up getting married in Jamaica. Over time we had our differences, she cheated on me and we split. It was for the best in the long run. Now that several years have passed, friends have changed and I feel very much in a lonely straight world being Gay. I have never been with a man in any way and it seems to get a little bit harder every day that passes. My family is very homophobic and I'm not sure where or whom to turn to. Do I tell my father who is in his later years of life and risk every thought and dream he has ever had for me? Just not sure and any advice is greatly appreciated!
I'm a little slow on the uptake, what does this have to do with illegal immigration?!!!
USA

El Paso, TX

#101 Feb 21, 2013
tomin cali wrote:
<quoted text>
take another look,most after assimilating and turning into real adults paying their own way cut back on kids,it is those who breed for a living who keep popping them out,mostly illegal aliens doing this in my area. must think the more mistakes and burdens they place on others called their children will give a better chance not to get deported. the 14th needs to be fixed.
I am with you on the 14th but I also see the other Mexicans that come here get a green card, don't work and get all the free public services they can. You have millions of those everywhere in the nation. I live in a border city and I have seen the changes.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#103 Feb 21, 2013
USA wrote:
<quoted text>
I am with you on the 14th but I also see the other Mexicans that come here get a green card, don't work and get all the free public services they can. You have millions of those everywhere in the nation. I live in a border city and I have seen the changes.
the only changes i have seen from illegal aliens is they stopped going back home. instead will start popping out babies to use as anchors. i live in the valley,its farm country for the most part.

we are either a country of laws or not. support for illegal aliens shows our laws do not matter.
Memo From Turner

Bellmore, NY

#104 Feb 22, 2013
tomin cali wrote:
<quoted text>
the only changes i have seen from illegal aliens is they stopped going back home. instead will start popping out babies to use as anchors. i live in the valley,its farm country for the most part.
we are either a country of laws or not. support for illegal aliens shows our laws do not matter.
What do you mean they stopped going home? Since 2005 more people have been returning to Mexico then are coming here. That means we are measuring the number of illegal immigrants entering the country in negative numbers.

http://www.pewhispanic.org/2012/04/23/net-mig...

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#105 Feb 22, 2013
Memo From Turner wrote:
<quoted text>
What do you mean they stopped going home? Since 2005 more people have been returning to Mexico then are coming here. That means we are measuring the number of illegal immigrants entering the country in negative numbers.
http://www.pewhispanic.org/2012/04/23/net-mig...
i do not care what the fake stats say from this gov i see more and more coming,dropping anchors and never leaving.

people need to use their own eyes and not what the frauds are saying,the number of illegal aliens is going up and with the thought of shamnesty it has more running.
Quirky The Eye

Denver, CO

#106 Feb 23, 2013
Memo From Turner wrote:
<quoted text>
What do you mean they stopped going home? Since 2005 more people have been returning to Mexico then are coming here. That means we are measuring the number of illegal immigrants entering the country in negative numbers.
http://www.pewhispanic.org/2012/04/23/net-mig...
Propaganda and BullSh!t! STFU RICO !
Memo From Turner

Bellmore, NY

#107 Feb 23, 2013
tomin cali wrote:
<quoted text>
i do not care what the fake stats say from this gov i see more and more coming,dropping anchors and never leaving.
people need to use their own eyes and not what the frauds are saying,the number of illegal aliens is going up and with the thought of shamnesty it has more running.
Let me guess. You also do not believe in climate change and you have been told the world is only 6000 years old.

What a useful tool your are. I bet you also bought a prepper after you received instructions.
Anonymous

Chicago, IL

#108 Feb 23, 2013
Quirky The Eye wrote:
<quoted text>
Propaganda and BullSh!t! STFU RICO !
Is that who this Memo is? RICO? LOL...

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#109 Feb 23, 2013
Suadela wrote:
<quoted text>
Is that who this Memo is? RICO? LOL...
sure seems like one in the same. meds must not be working to stop the other people in his head.
REDNECK

Santa Fe Springs, CA

#110 Feb 23, 2013
Magadala wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm a little slow on the uptake, what does this have to do with illegal immigration?!!!
I have seen polls that indicate that, a majority of illegal Mexicans are homosexuals. It is very common and accepted in the illegal Mexican community, to be a pipe-smoker. One more prime example, that we need to deport all of these illegal Mexican swine...
Magadala

Sweet Home, OR

#111 Feb 23, 2013
REDNECK wrote:
<quoted text>I have seen polls that indicate that, a majority of illegal Mexicans are homosexuals. It is very common and accepted in the illegal Mexican community, to be a pipe-smoker. One more prime example, that we need to deport all of these illegal Mexican swine...
Seriously! On the for real side, have you noticed that complaints of priests pedophilia has been heard from throughout the world...except, mexico, one of the most catholic of catholic areas...go figure!

I did, however, read, recently, that one of LA's Cardinals, Mahoney's, priest that was a pedophile that they moved to mexico, was beaten to death, or almost to death, by his congregation...google it, if you care!
REDNECK

Santa Fe Springs, CA

#114 Feb 23, 2013
Magadala wrote:
<quoted text>
Seriously! On the for real side, have you noticed that complaints of priests pedophilia has been heard from throughout the world...except, mexico, one of the most catholic of catholic areas...go figure!
I did, however, read, recently, that one of LA's Cardinals, Mahoney's, priest that was a pedophile that they moved to mexico, was beaten to death, or almost to death, by his congregation...google it, if you care!
Mahoney, likes to protect homosexual pedophiles. But this is what to be expected from "The Catholic Church". It is a perfect religion for ignorant, illegal Mexicans. It is the Mexicans excuse to breed all of there anchor-baby swine, paid for by the legal, hard working, American tax-payer...
Fool u

Oxnard, CA

#115 Feb 23, 2013
God Bless USA wrote:
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You cant live a decent living, you filthy. forget about rulling USA. You crap.
Its the Greatest Nation on Earth,,, will be always. God lives here.
Yeah. Your god walked in north america. Pathetic, bigot, out of touch invaders!

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