Ministers from Arizona, other states, lobby for immigration reform

Jul 28, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Bugle

The Rev. Eve Nunez from Arizona speaks in Washington with two unidentified young men whose families have been disrupted by deportation, a situation Nunez said she has to deal with often among her parishioners.

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eve nunez carries dual citizenship.. firstly mexican, secondly, usa.

she came over as an illegal and got usa citizenship via the 1986 amnesty.

she is pro-illegal.

need I say more?
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Sí por favor. Dinos como es que llegaron tus padres de Asia, para la tranquilidad de muchos aquí en el foro. Hueles a anchor baby.
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Asian Guy wrote:
eve nunez carries dual citizenship.. firstly mexican, secondly, usa.
she came over as an illegal and got usa citizenship via the 1986 amnesty.
she is pro-illegal.
need I say more?
Exactly!

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