Protesters Demanding Immigration Reform Arrested Near U.S. Capital
About 60 activists from the immigrant community were arrested Thursday in protests in front of the U.S. Congress demanding approval of a comprehensive immigration reform package that would legalize the country's 11 million undocumented migrants.
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#1 Aug 3, 2013
The sheer number of activists proves how urgent an
issue immigration has become.These people are afraid,that republican politicians are going to declare undocumented immigrants as being felons.
This should not be done: Neither now-nor later,
because the U.S. is an immigrants country.
To force it to become something else would not
even be beneficial to the U.S. very own interests.
This means that arresting these people is not
acceptable for a democracy.Politicians aught to
rather fast-track the immigration-reform, as well
as realize that to dream that never again
there´ll be any immigrants is patently unrealistic
as well as reflective of the republican attitude
that they believe they own the country.
If the Indians didn´t own it, the present powers
that be also don´t.By stopping demonstrations like
this one, they are sending ther message that if
immigrants want to get things done, they´d better start digging tunnels underneath the U.S.- Mexican borderand arm immigrants right now:
Intolerance is the wrong attitude and it will lead to the wrong results as well.
The U.S.-government needs to start thinking of the
world as a whole, with it´s 7 Billion plus inhabitants:To just think of U.S.-interests is
going to lead to medium-size medium term, and
consequently to long-term x-sized problems.
The attitude that one is capable of controlling
whatever situation with the use of laws , spy-
programs- and wars is plainly speaking unintelligent,expensive, as well as even lethal.
"Think it over" is all I´ll say to this!
#2 Aug 3, 2013
Sadly they will all be released and allowed to continue victimizing American citizens.
Since: Sep 07
#3 Aug 3, 2013
the next step after they are arrested is to check to see if they are legally in the country.
#4 Aug 3, 2013
Asian guy u make me smile hahahaha most of this people are no regular people with not 40 hour job whach the news first most posible they send to search you with ICE
#5 Aug 3, 2013
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"may be due to under-reporting."?
without doubt or question
#6 Aug 3, 2013
and if not legally here.... DEPORTED ASAP!
“Work hard at work worth doing.”
Since: Apr 11
#7 Aug 4, 2013
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