Hispanics fear profiling under new Ar...

Hispanics fear profiling under new Arizona law

There are 193133 comments on the www.sunnewspapers.net story from Apr 24, 2010, titled Hispanics fear profiling under new Arizona law. In it, www.sunnewspapers.net reports that:

Arodi Berrelleza isn't one of the targets of Arizona's new law cracking down on illegal immigration a ' he's a U.S. citizen, a high school student from Phoenix.

[A.P.] Phoenix April 24th 2010 sun news paper.net A legal 18 year old is in fear when he's with his friends.. Reported in the article His fear is racial profiling. Advocates plan on fighting the alleged anti civil rights abuse...

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Since: Jan 08

Trump 2016 and beyond

#205067 Jun 20, 2012
Deece_ wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not a guy.
You're going to come to this forum ignorantly generalizing and essentially painting all conservatives with a broad brush and you think you won't be called out for it?
I have yet to see you post a single truth. You've been shoving your opinion down our throats but opinions are not facts and from what I've seen, your opinions are based on nothing more than liberal indoctrination from a sub par institute of learning.
He has no POV...Typical of libs like that one...

“Try Reuters.”

Since: Mar 07

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#205068 Jun 20, 2012
JackMcIntosh wrote:
<quoted text>
To be honest, this is where I see the chance for a pivot from the "no compromise" approach to the type of reform that you have been talking about.
Thank you! I think so too. We still have a shot at more opportunity to shift the emphasis and be able to make enough distinctions to help unemployed Americans.
SAM

East Lansing, MI

#205069 Jun 20, 2012
Richard Guerra wrote:
<quoted text>
Mitt Romney: Supports Amnesty For Illegal Immigrants
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =M6_ktWZZmSoXX


thats not amnesty
SAM

East Lansing, MI

#205070 Jun 20, 2012
JackMcIntosh wrote:
<quoted text>
"He has come out strongly against it..."
Got a source for that because the rest of the world seems to have missed it.
Romney has said that it shouldn't have been done by executive order, but all indications are that he thinks these people should be allowed to stay.
You have a right to your opinion, but you can't just make things up as you go along.
Just your little world seems to have missed it,

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#205072 Jun 20, 2012
Think they are afraid now wait until the Supreme Court hands down the "show me your papers law" in less than 7 business days.

They will be fleeing to California and all points west.
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#205074 Jun 20, 2012
Why the hell would a legal mexican feel uncomfortable about profiling? The US which should be their country is trying to rid out the illegals. If you are here legally you have nothing to worry,show the police your proof and then thank them for doing their job. The truth is many American Mexicans sympathize with illegals and want them to come up here so their own can TRY and take over. Go ahead Make My Day. We anglos fought and died for this country and you are either with us or against us and here in Oklahoma we are ready for a battle royal.
Richard Guerra

United States

#205076 Jun 20, 2012
Quirky 1 wrote:
<quoted text>
No matter how you talk about it/Spin it. The Presidents decision is wrong by favoring Non-Citizens over citizens who need jobs. When we have 23.2 Million Citizens who can`t find a job. Or a decent one.
Just because your unemployable does not mean the rest of the usa is. Last year I spent 6 months looking for a 2nd job cuz they cut the ot off at my primary job and I found a crappy and shitty part time job that sucked so bad I ended up quitting before the contact was up. People like u need to get off Topix and log into careerbuilder.com . If you applied all the time you play internet warrior on Topix and spent that time looking for a job, you would be working right now.
Richard Guerra

United States

#205077 Jun 20, 2012
SAM wrote:
<quoted text>
thats not amnesty
Care to explain why its not?
Richard Guerra

United States

#205078 Jun 20, 2012
spytheweb wrote:
Think they are afraid now wait until the Supreme Court hands down the "show me your papers law" in less than 7 business days.
They will be fleeing to California and all points west.
Check the numbers, California identiifies the most illegals in the Union and only a hand full of counties have a 287 g program.. Not only that but that info is fowarded to ICE. NOW WHY WOULD THE ILLEGALS FLEE TO CALI IF THIS GOES ON IN CALI ALREADY? NEVERMIND, I KNOW U LIKE TO POST NONSENSE.
Richard Guerra

United States

#205079 Jun 20, 2012
Courtney Caverhall wrote:
<quoted text>
Reform or surrender?
What do we say to those who helped to build this country from scratch?
Those who spilled their guts working in the hot sun?
That America, the worlds leading superower wishes to "compromise" with primitive barbarians?
Its so funny to see you under my boot trying to act like your still in control of whats happening with the illegal immigration issue. At what point are you going to grow up and sit down and do whats in your best interest and negotiate a solution. The more you claim no compromise, the more liberties illegals get.

“Uva uvam vivendo varia fit”

Since: Feb 11

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#205080 Jun 20, 2012
Courtney Caverhall wrote:
<quoted text> I dont think NTR would permit an illegal alien 100 yard near her house, Quirky.
Watch what she says. Compare it with what she does.
Same with Jack and White American.
They would not allow Rico, US Mail, Cynthia and American 12 at their house any more than I would.
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/immigration/T...
Richard Guerra

United States

#205081 Jun 20, 2012
Courtney Caverhall wrote:
<quoted text> I dont think NTR would permit an illegal alien 100 yard near her house, Quirky.
Watch what she says. Compare it with what she does.
Same with Jack and White American.
They would not allow Rico, US Mail, Cynthia and American 12 at their house any more than I would.
Jack, NTR, or White American would prefer me in their homes over u any day. At least I have a job and a clean criminal record. Btw, you do not have a home, its called a 5th wheel trailer. hahahahaahahahahaha
Mike

Flushing, NY

#205082 Jun 20, 2012
http://m.youtube.com/watch...
Oh let see what president in Mexico thing about amnesty for Mexico.

Since: Mar 10

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#205083 Jun 20, 2012
"AMNESTY"-IS SIMPLY PAID EXTORTION FOR MEXICOS EXPANSION-GET READY FOR YOUR FIRST SOCIALIST MODEL STATE IN THE SOUTHWEST -A COMPLETE WELFARE.INSTITUONALIZED POLICE STATE WITH A PROMINENT CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE TO SUPPORT IT
BUT HEY EVERYBODY GETS EVERYTHING FOR FREE AND GETS TAKEN CARE OF NOW -THANKS AMERICA
freebird

Long Beach, CA

#205084 Jun 20, 2012
_White American_ wrote:
Here's one for all that don't want illegals working here.
"U.S. working with Ecuador, Honduras, Peru to protect labor rights
Published June 11, 2012
EFE
The Labor Department on Monday signed cooperation agreements with Ecuador, Honduras, Peru and The Philippines to make known and protect the labor rights of immigrants from those countries who are working in the United States.
The agreements "protect every person who works here, independently of their immigration status," Labor Secretary Hilda Solis told Efe after signing the accords with the countries' respective ambassadors.
Starting now, there will be more government information campaigns mounted to explain what rights employees have and the consulates will become offices that will provide advice to citizens of those countries about problems in the workplace.
The basic element of the accords, Solis said, is confidentiality. "All the information that comes to us is confidential and we're not going to share that information with the other federal agencies."
"We have bilingual people, who speak Spanish, to provide information about these rights and we have investigators who can handle these complaints," she said.
Ecuadorian Ambassador to Washington Nathalie Cely said she believes that the bilateral accord she signed will allow "bearing witness to cases of injustice among the workers, because the Ecuadorian knows that, when he is in the consulate, he's on his territory and has his (rights) protected."
"In the past, there was a lot of fear, especially among immigrants in an irregular situation. It's created a lot of injustice and labor exploitation and we must call it by that name," the ambassador said.
Peru's envoy, Harold Forsyth, told Efe that up to now Peruvian workers have only been able to "badly defend their rights if they don't know the rights provided to them by law."
Forsyth said that the accord contributes to spreading knowledge of workers' rights, but also to "the active training of the general consulates in the country so that they are in better condition to aid their countrymen in labor terms."
The Honduran ambassador, Jorge Ramon Hernandez Alcerro, said that the great advance with the signing of the accords is that "the U.S. and Honduran governments are together ... in protecting the dignity of Honduran workers here."
Immigrant workers will be able to learn in detail about things such as salaries, medical protection, visas, agricultural labor, the rights of young people and the fact that lie detectors are prohibited, among other things.
The agreements are similar to those reached earlier between the Labor Department and Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic, and it is expected that new accords will be signed with still more embassies. EFE"
Read more: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2012/06...
I wouldn't expect anything different from someone named Hilda Solis.

“Extremely me”

Since: Jan 10

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#205085 Jun 20, 2012
Courtney Caverhall wrote:
<quoted text>
Reform or surrender?
What do we say to those who helped to build this country from scratch?
Those who spilled their guts working in the hot sun?
That America, the worlds leading superower wishes to "compromise" with primitive barbarians?
At this point it's reform or surrender [email protected] and while I'm at it I worked in the hot sun most of the day today spilling my guts to build my own little part of America from scratch so you can take your attitude and choke on it princess.

Nobody is talking about compromising with illegal immigrants.

WE are talking about American citizens with widely divergent views sitting down and working out a deal that everyone can live with.

You are just too fkn stupid to be believed.

I feel better now, how about you?

:)

“Extremely me”

Since: Jan 10

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#205086 Jun 20, 2012
SAM wrote:
<quoted text>Just your little world seems to have missed it,
Can you give me a quote of what Romney said when he came out so "strongly against" the new policy?

I'll bet you can't.
Quirky 1

Denver, CO

#205087 Jun 20, 2012
Richard Guerra wrote:
<quoted text> Just because your unemployable does not mean the rest of the usa is. Last year I spent 6 months looking for a 2nd job cuz they cut the ot off at my primary job and I found a crappy and shitty part time job that sucked so bad I ended up quitting before the contact was up. People like u need to get off Topix and log into careerbuilder.com . If you applied all the time you play internet warrior on Topix and spent that time looking for a job, you would be working right now.
And if it were as it used to be you would not have had to spend 6 mos. looking for that Sh*tty job. All because America wants to pander to Illegals. 23.2 Million Americans out of work.

Oh how funny?? there are approximately that many Illegals here too. Get your head out your Rear Rico. Sure maybe you have your Union Job that pays $25.00 Per Hr now.

All of that is going down the drain for too many all because We Pander to Illegals. And we have an Idiot for a president. And too many Idiots who feel sorry for Illegals.

It would be a great thing if all these Illegals would stage a March in Mexico , and burn down the cities just like the Rodney King incident. To force The Mexican Government to improve condition there.

Maybe you will see when your retirement acct. gets Jacked and you are too old to recover or start over. When will Americans wake up?

Guaranteed you will be just as Pi$$ed as Many Americans are right now when you get close to retirement age and your Fked. Because we are being Fked.

There are many who got that shaft, Now no one will hire them because they are to old or in many cases are not qualified for the job. Because now days Employers do not allow a training period. They expect one to know how to do the job from day one. No flexibility.

When will people see that We as American should not have to pay for Illegals Anchors schooling, Medical care, housing, and so on through our taxes.

Since: Aug 07

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#205088 Jun 20, 2012
NTRPRNR1 wrote:
<quoted text>Really? When should we expect the Impeachment action to get underway? Keep us updated as developments progress.
How's that birth certificate issue working out for you? I would have thought you and Sheriff Joe would have had him moved out of the White House by now. What's the hold up?
Did you know he's still on the ballot in Arizona? You must be so disappointed.
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Hey NTR, it's working out great. It's not going away as it should not and it's fun everyday. How's that working out for you?

God bless Joe Arpaio, Jerome Corsi, Brian Terry, everyone at WND and all Americans who value freedom and liberty and who seek the truth.

Since: Aug 07

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#205089 Jun 20, 2012
JackMcIntosh wrote:
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If the republicans had someone at the table, sitting across from Obama, negotiating a deal that both sides could live with, the enforcement side of this debate could have had at least some influence on the conditions of the new policy.
Obama would have had to make a few compromises too.
The way it is the republican right refused to even discuss the issue with the democrats and we ended up with Obama's plan and nothing else.
That's one of the advantages of being an incumbent president in an election year.
Romney was content to talk about self deportation and wait on Rubio to come up with a republican plan and I've got news for you, that plan would have allowed this same group of young people to stay in the country.
It would have been used against the administration from now 'till November as little more than a political weapon and Obama saw it coming.
He made his move and if you look at the reaction of the American people, it worked.
I'm not saying that I like this situation.
I don't like the way it was done at all, but the right created the opportunity for Obama to do this when they refused to negotiate a legislative compromise that would have placed conditions on any new policy.
I don't so much have a problem with what was done. I have a problem with how it was done and I have a problem with the fact that the enforcement side got left out of the plan because there was no one there to force the administration to make some reasonable compromises and establish some reasonable conditions.
It's as simple as this...
We've tried doing this your way and this is the result.
We need to try something else.
What a boring essay.

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