Dems hit GOP on immigration in top critic's home

Aug 2, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Fox 24

The Senate's second-ranking Democrat says House Republicans should support legal status for young people who were brought into the country illegally as minors.

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I say deport them.

since they are such good people, I'm sure they will contribute to their home countries when they go back.
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Aug 2, 2013
 
Asian Guy wrote:
I say deport them.
since they are such good people, I'm sure they will contribute to their home countries when they go back.
i say deport all asians go and eat cat to your home country !!
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Now I say you go back to Asia and continue working on U.S. products. We don't need your race expanding over here in the U.S.
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Aug 3, 2013
 
AMERICAN GI FORUM OF THE UNITED STATES

In the Pacific theater, the 158th Regimental Combat Team, known as the Bushmasters, an Arizona National Guard unit comprised of many Hispanic soldiers, saw heavy combat. They earned the respect of General MacArthur who referred to them as "the greatest fighting combat team ever deployed for battle." Company E of the 141st Regiment of the 36th Texas Infantry Division was made up entirely of [Hispanic] Americans, the majority of them from Texas. After 361 days of combat in Italy and France, the 141st Infantry Regiment sustained 1,126 killed, 5,000 wounded, and over 500 missing in action. In recognition of their extended service and valor, the members of the 141st garnered 31 Distinguished Service Crosses, 12 Legion of Merits, 492 Silver Stars, 11 Soldier's Medals, 1,685 Bronze Stars, as well as numerous commendations and decorations. In all, twelve Hispanic soldiers received the Medal of Honor for their services during World War II.

From 1940 to 1946, more than 65,000 Puerto Ricans served in the American military, most of them going overseas. The 295th and 296th Infantry Regiments of the Puerto Rican National Guard participated in the Pacific theater, while other Puerto Rican soldiers served in Europe.

(Excerpts from: Houston Institute for Culture, The Hispanic Experience, Hispanics in Military Service, Hispanic Contributions to America's Defense, by John Schmal.- Originally published by the Puerto Rico Herald, November 11, 1999.)
http://www.neta.com/~1stbooks/agif_co.htm

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