Immigrant days filled with fear, unce...

Immigrant days filled with fear, uncertainty

There are 30 comments on the Click2Houston story from Jan 29, 2013, titled Immigrant days filled with fear, uncertainty. In it, Click2Houston reports that:

Every day, millions of people like 16-year-old Celeste live their lives shouldering a huge emotional weight forged by fear, uncertainty and separation.

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#29 Jan 30, 2013
the days of illegal aliens in a country they have no right to be in should be filled with fear. when breaking the law you deserve to be in such fear you start thinking you may as well go back home and become a good honest person.

yet hard to do when so many come from a culture of crime it is pumped into their heads.
juan

Lodi, CA

#30 Jan 30, 2013
Lubomir wrote:
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You need to open your mind, my friend. I was born in Europe, but maybe I'm more American than you're. I sacrificed more than you will ever imagine. Well, I'm definitely a New Yorker. It's a state of mind.
not bad
El Cid

Austin, TX

#33 Feb 2, 2013
It is natural for to be uncertain and afraid of getting caught.
El Cid

Austin, TX

#34 Feb 2, 2013
Natural for criminals to be uncertain and afraid of getting caught.
no se puede

El Paso, TX

#35 Feb 8, 2013
Lubomir wrote:
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Hatred is eating you alive, amigo.
This hate grows when a group of people invade a country and
don't try to assimilate but try to force their culture on
the country's people. This happens because the invaders become brazen and bold and demand anything they want. This happens because the invaders break the laws of the country but don't get punish for it. The hate will never stop and will only grow if the government doesn't enforce our immigration laws and puts a stop
to this illegal invasion. Stop illegal immigration now!!
CRIMMIGRANTS

United States

#36 Feb 8, 2013
GOOD! We are GLAD they live in fear.
They should be very afraid for thumbing their ugly noses at Americas hard working families.
Detect
Detain
DEPORT
no amnesty

Staten Island, NY

#37 Feb 8, 2013
When my wife and I first got married, we lived in a small apartment. Our next door neighbor was a slob and his apartment was laden with empty pizza boxes and garbage. Soon, we discovered that roaches had made their way through the wall into our apartment. We sprayed, but they kept coming. Eventually, we decided that if we granted the roaches the right to live in our apartment, they would stop acting like roaches and despoiling our apartment. We thought it would be best for all concerned--our neighbor, us, the roaches and the roaches they left behind in the other apartment--to grant them full rights equal to our own. Unfortunately, we discovered that even though we were generous with them, they insisted on being filthy little disgusting creatures. After all, roaches are roaches, right?
Nanuq

Kennesaw, GA

#38 Feb 10, 2013
Now we know why you act like a roach...u filthy racist
Snake Eyes

Anaheim, CA

#39 Feb 10, 2013
CRIMMIGRANTS wrote:
Landmine the border.
Landmine Activists Raises Awareness For Injured Animals, People Through Film

Every year, between 4,000 to 5,000 people are killed or maimed by landmines. Approximately, 72 percent of the casualties are civilians, and 30 to 40 percent of those are children under the age of 15 years old. Considering there are still tens of millions of landmines in the ground in 78 countries, is it any wonder that 11 to 12 people are injured or killed each day?

And what about the landmine victims we donít hear about, victims that literally have no voice of their own?

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/07/land...
Fomento

Austin, TX

#40 Feb 10, 2013
Snake Eyes wrote:
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Landmine Activists Raises Awareness For Injured Animals, People Through Film
Every year, between 4,000 to 5,000 people are killed or maimed by landmines. Approximately, 72 percent of the casualties are civilians, and 30 to 40 percent of those are children under the age of 15 years old. Considering there are still tens of millions of landmines in the ground in 78 countries, is it any wonder that 11 to 12 people are injured or killed each day?
And what about the landmine victims we donít hear about, victims that literally have no voice of their own?
Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/07/land...
Go sue the big corporation that manufatcured them. Better yet, go digh them all up and plant them along the Mexico and American border.

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