Federal sweep finds illegal immigrants with prior criminal convictions

May 1, 2010 Full story: Seattle's WB 14

Authorities arrested 596 illegal immigrants with prior criminal convictions in a three-day sweep across the southeastern United States this week, the nation's top immigration enforcement officer said Friday.

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#1 May 1, 2010
Drop them off in the latino neighborhoods in Arizona. It's what they want anyway and they won't be accused of racism.

As a matter of fact just let all of Arizona's violent criminals out of prison and drop them off in their own neighborhoods! You think they're whining like littlebitches now, just wait till their whole town is filled with criminals!LOL
Disgusted

Idaho Falls, ID

#2 May 1, 2010
Fed up Suffolk Taxpayer wrote:
Drop them off in the latino neighborhoods in Arizona. It's what they want anyway and they won't be accused of racism.
As a matter of fact just let all of Arizona's violent criminals out of prison and drop them off in their own neighborhoods! You think they're whining like littlebitches now, just wait till their whole town is filled with criminals!LOL


Seeems it would be easier to just deport them to Ill or CA why bother deporting them to Mexico---heck some of them would just beat their Guards back across the WIDE OPEN Mexican Border into the USA PROBITY bring a shipment of Drugs for the Mexican Drug War Lord TERRORISTS.
Pug

La Grange, IL

#3 May 1, 2010
Hmmm, thought they were all just hard workers, ... ya know.
Right On

United States

#7 May 1, 2010
Have you seen the low cost of homes in AZ and NV? I know a guy who just purchased a $500,000 house in Phoenix for $275,000. He's a very happy camper, ready to retire in Sun City with NO property taxes to support the schools.
Concerned About Americans

Orlando, FL

#8 May 1, 2010
Pug wrote:
<quoted text>
Are they still selling homes in FL two for one?
A one-bedroom, "starter" condominium in down town Long Beach, California near the Pacific Ocean is listed at $350,000.
A similar condo in Daytona Beach, Florida is listed at $150,000.
In some areas of Florida home prices have dropped %50 from the 2007 highs, and there are tens-of-thousands of foreclosed houses available.
It is amazing with the drop in California's real estate prices that they are still way overpriced compared to the rest of the country. I think that is caused by the overcrowding and overpopulation caused by the 6 million Illegals in the state.
The Congressman from Chicago spends all his time and U.S. taxpayer's money promoting another "Amnesty" for the millions of Illegal immigrants working in our country:
http://www.resistnet.com/profiles/blogs/anoth...

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

Level 9

Since: Jul 09

Arcadia, LA.

#9 May 1, 2010
If one state passing immigration legislation can get to feds off of their azzes, imagine what could happen if more states follow suit...
Pug

La Grange, IL

#10 May 1, 2010
Concerned About Americans wrote:
<quoted text>
A one-bedroom, "starter" condominium in down town Long Beach, California near the Pacific Ocean is listed at $350,000.
A similar condo in Daytona Beach, Florida is listed at $150,000.
In some areas of Florida home prices have dropped %50 from the 2007 highs, and there are tens-of-thousands of foreclosed houses available.
It is amazing with the drop in California's real estate prices that they are still way overpriced compared to the rest of the country. I think that is caused by the overcrowding and overpopulation caused by the 6 million Illegals in the state.
The Congressman from Chicago spends all his time and U.S. taxpayer's money promoting another "Amnesty" for the millions of Illegal immigrants working in our country:
http://www.resistnet.com/profiles/blogs/anoth...
That same congressman is cleaning up in the realestate market
Derek

Los Angeles, CA

#13 May 1, 2010
Concerned About Americans wrote:
<quoted text>
A one-bedroom, "starter" condominium in down town Long Beach, California near the Pacific Ocean is listed at $350,000.
A similar condo in Daytona Beach, Florida is listed at $150,000.
In some areas of Florida home prices have dropped %50 from the 2007 highs, and there are tens-of-thousands of foreclosed houses available.
It is amazing with the drop in California's real estate prices that they are still way overpriced compared to the rest of the country. I think that is caused by the overcrowding and overpopulation caused by the 6 million Illegals in the state.
The Congressman from Chicago spends all his time and U.S. taxpayer's money promoting another "Amnesty" for the millions of Illegal immigrants working in our country:
http://www.resistnet.com/profiles/blogs/anoth...
CAlifornia real state remains high because dispite our illegal alien infestation, the state is home to a huge portion of the countries wealthiest citizens. California is by far the best state in the union, with great weather (no humidity), lots of things to do and a great lifestyle for those of us who can afford it..

Conversely Florida has extreme humidity, lots of bumpkins and unsophisticated types, not much to do hurricans ripping homes down and it lacksthe laid back vibe found here.

I know because I lived for a short time in Orlando, the place sucked, I couldn't wait to return home to California.
b4its2late

Spring Mount, PA

#14 May 1, 2010
Getting rid of almost 600 illegal aliens is great, but you know what is even better?

The publicity from this and the backlash from the Arizona law. Now the complacent idiots that have no clue how big this problem is are starting to hear about it.

Hopefully they will start to look into it as we do.

EDUCATING THE COMPLACENT IDIOTS IS KEY TO THE ALIEN PROBLEM.
Derek

Los Angeles, CA

#15 May 1, 2010
b4its2late wrote:
Getting rid of almost 600 illegal aliens is great, but you know what is even better?
The publicity from this and the backlash from the Arizona law. Now the complacent idiots that have no clue how big this problem is are starting to hear about it.
Hopefully they will start to look into it as we do.
EDUCATING THE COMPLACENT IDIOTS IS KEY TO THE ALIEN PROBLEM.
Illegals from Mexico just shot and wounded an Arizona Cop
b4its2late

Spring Mount, PA

#16 May 1, 2010
Derek wrote:
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Illegals from Mexico just shot and wounded an Arizona Cop
A cop or a border gaurd?
Derek

Los Angeles, CA

#17 May 1, 2010
b4its2late wrote:
<quoted text>A cop or a border gaurd?
A cop/sheriffs deputy
www.nypost.com/p/news/national/illegals_shoot...

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Level 4

Since: Dec 07

Welfare State

#18 May 1, 2010
dragoon70056 wrote:
If one state passing immigration legislation can get to feds off of their azzes, imagine what could happen if more states follow suit...
I think it's catching on. There was an article in our very liberal newspaper here today actually praising the Arizona law. I couldn't believe it. I want the federal government to lay low and just let the states handle the problem until illegals have no where to run.
Pug

La Grange, IL

#21 May 2, 2010
Let me put on my suprise face

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