Arizona illegal immigration crackdown getting support from more California cities

Jun 22, 2010 | Posted by: Agent of Chaos | Full story: latimesblogs.latimes.com

Several Southern California cities this week are expected to endorse Arizona's crackdown on illegal immigration.

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Seems there are still some citizens in California who can think for themselves and who care about the direction their state is headed. Stand up for yourselves and your country, California.
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Good to see and hear that there are still some decent and law abiding citizens still left in Mexifornia, maybe the entire state is not nuts.
I can not begin to imagine what living there must be like if you are of the legal and law abiding inclination.
This will pass, as all other difficult times have in the history of this nation.
We will kick to the curb this nonsense of illegal immigration and the thoughts of amnesty that go along with it. The nation, as a whole, will not accept this rubbish.
We need to show the politicians and their supporters the exit first and foremost, use the voice and use the vote to expel these traitors straight into the trash.
Pat Kittle

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NON COMPLACENT TWINK wrote:
Seems there are still some citizens in California who can think for themselves and who care about the direction their state is headed. Stand up for yourselves and your country, California.
Most Californians (not counting anchor babies who are techinically counted as Californians) are as fed up with the alien invasion as you Arizonans are!

Of course you wouldn't know that by listening to our traitorous politicians and media.

Viva SB-1070!
Viva 49 more SB-1070's!
Ralff

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LA Times is in your face LA!
Ralff

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Pat Kittle wrote:
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Most Californians (not counting anchor babies who are techinically counted as Californians) are as fed up with the alien invasion as you Arizonans are!
Of course you wouldn't know that by listening to our traitorous politicians and media.
Viva SB-1070!
Viva 49 more SB-1070's!
So please keep speaking up as should all legal immigrants as well. The illegals need to know that you are NOT on their side!

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Pat Kittle wrote:
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Most Californians (not counting anchor babies who are techinically counted as Californians) are as fed up with the alien invasion as you Arizonans are!
Of course you wouldn't know that by listening to our traitorous politicians and media.
Viva SB-1070!
Viva 49 more SB-1070's!
Pat, I am not from Arizona but my youngest brother has lived there for years. I was born and raised in Tennessee (moved at 21) and have spent 45 years in Georgia. Both TN and GA have huge illegal alien problems and GA has more illegals than Arizona does. Atlanta is a major hub for their drug smuggling and Dalton is the carpet capital of the world where many of them pushed Citizens out of jobs in the mills.
Georgia has passed several laws to combat illegal immigration but nothing on the scale of Arizona. We do have 287g in several counties including Gwinnett and Cobb. We have several groups that are fighting illegal immigration and we are still finding that many Americans are not aware of the problems associated with the issue or even that the issue exist. Too many people are watching American Idol, rather than America.
My brother lived in California until the mid 70's prior to moving to Arizona. I visited him in CA for several weeks and there were some beautiful areas that I understand are now pretty much trashed by the illegal invasion.
We have to continue to educate American citizens, especially our young people who are just on the verge of being able to cast their votes in this country. Most have been brought up to be excepting of everyone and to be PC in all situations. They need to understand that somethings and people that are detrimental to this country are unacceptable, no matter who is promoting them.

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Bravo!
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Pat, I am not from Arizona but my youngest brother has lived there for years. I was born and raised in Tennessee (moved at 21) and have spent 45 years in Georgia. Both TN and GA have huge illegal alien problems and GA has more illegals than Arizona does. Atlanta is a major hub for their drug smuggling and Dalton is the carpet capital of the world where many of them pushed Citizens out of jobs in the mills.
Georgia has passed several laws to combat illegal immigration but nothing on the scale of Arizona. We do have 287g in several counties including Gwinnett and Cobb. We have several groups that are fighting illegal immigration and we are still finding that many Americans are not aware of the problems associated with the issue or even that the issue exist. Too many people are watching American Idol, rather than America.
My brother lived in California until the mid 70's prior to moving to Arizona. I visited him in CA for several weeks and there were some beautiful areas that I understand are now pretty much trashed by the illegal invasion.
We have to continue to educate American citizens, especially our young people who are just on the verge of being able to cast their votes in this country. Most have been brought up to be excepting of everyone and to be PC in all situations. They need to understand that somethings and people that are detrimental to this country are unacceptable, no matter who is promoting them.
I just got back from personally addressing the Santa Cruz (California) City Council.

When big problems (local or otherwise) are on the community's mind, the Council sometimes sponsors big public forums where people can discuss them.

I invited/challenged the Council to sponsor one of those forums for immigration. Most of us would like that, but whether the Council cares is another matter, since it was the Council who declared our town a "sanctuary city" in the first place.

Today's Council session was dominated by SEIU employees complaining about low wages. Meanwhile, the usual paid Spanish translator ("Mercedes") was present so illegal aliens could address the Council too.
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Pat Kittle wrote:
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I just got back from personally addressing the Santa Cruz (California) City Council.
When big problems (local or otherwise) are on the community's mind, the Council sometimes sponsors big public forums where people can discuss them.
I invited/challenged the Council to sponsor one of those forums for immigration. Most of us would like that, but whether the Council cares is another matter, since it was the Council who declared our town a "sanctuary city" in the first place.
Today's Council session was dominated by SEIU employees complaining about low wages. Meanwhile, the usual paid Spanish translator ("Mercedes") was present so illegal aliens could address the Council too.
OMG, I've been to meetings that everything has to be translated to. What a way to slow things down. When I go to my 9yo's school's parent meetings everything has to be said in English then translated to spanish and then to arabic. Every comment from both the admin and the audience is translated to cover each language each time. It takes 3 hours to do what any other meeting could do it 20 minutes. What a waste of time and money.
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OMG, I've been to meetings that everything has to be translated to. What a way to slow things down. When I go to my 9yo's school's parent meetings everything has to be said in English then translated to spanish and then to arabic. Every comment from both the admin and the audience is translated to cover each language each time. It takes 3 hours to do what any other meeting could do it 20 minutes. What a waste of time and money.
The illegal alien hordes tell us to give up, but SB-1070 has them plenty scared -- ESPECIALLY the way SB-1070 is so widely popular with most Americans.

Viva 49 more SB-1070's!
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Just think of all of the tax and private dollars that would be saved if illegals were deported, achor babies ended and English was the one and only National language. Can you say "ballanced budget"?
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washington politics has held 50 states financially captive for welfare, immigration, pensions,schools,education,loa ns, housin , AND EVERY THING ELSE for so so long , NEVER SAW OR CARED THAT ONE SLIP, ONE SCREW UP, ONE TURN DOWN,AND EVERY THING BECOMES A PONZI SCHEME,and states cant print money, they are left to wither on the vine,and CONGRESS SHOULD HAVE READ THE original CONSTITUTION , instead of writing their own version,every chance they got.. TOO LATE NOW SUCKA

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Pat Kittle wrote:
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I just got back from personally addressing the Santa Cruz (California) City Council.
When big problems (local or otherwise) are on the community's mind, the Council sometimes sponsors big public forums where people can discuss them.
I invited/challenged the Council to sponsor one of those forums for immigration. Most of us would like that, but whether the Council cares is another matter, since it was the Council who declared our town a "sanctuary city" in the first place.
Today's Council session was dominated by SEIU employees complaining about low wages. Meanwhile, the usual paid Spanish translator ("Mercedes") was present so illegal aliens could address the Council too.
We have had telephone town hall meetings with our representatives in Georgia and they are done in English. I have been on a couple of them, they are broadcast on the radio.
We just need to get more Americans involved, there are too many who are turned off by anything that smacks of politics and they are the ones who will cry the loudest if an amnesty is passed.
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We have had telephone town hall meetings with our representatives in Georgia and they are done in English. I have been on a couple of them, they are broadcast on the radio.
We just need to get more Americans involved, there are too many who are turned off by anything that smacks of politics and they are the ones who will cry the loudest if an amnesty is passed.
But many of the silent ones read the news and can screen the BS of the open borders crowds and form their own opinion. They vote, even if they are private about it.
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baby diapers, corona beer bottles, limes, tomali corn husks, bullet shells, these are what tacobenders illegal aliens left in the parking lot at stater brothers market in adalanto california.
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how come its ok for illegal alians to fish without a lisence, but its not ok for an american to fish without a license? i just dont get it.
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dont forget
oregon, for sure the east side is all for arizona and californias revolution.the west side what we call New California, mabee not.
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raydot wrote:
how come its ok for illegal alians to fish without a lisence, but its not ok for an american to fish without a license? i just dont get it.
its not legal, its just unenforcable because a fake name is given to fish and game or police, no id from the "amigo". not to be confused with native americans who are brown to. they have a federal given right to fish without a license, but must show tribal membership card.

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slick wrote:
<quoted text>its not legal, its just unenforcable because a fake name is given to fish and game or police, no id from the "amigo". not to be confused with native americans who are brown to. they have a federal given right to fish without a license, but must show tribal membership card.
Not in Georgia, this one is being deported:

http://www.ajc.com/news/illegal-immigrant-fis...
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johnnywalker wrote:
baby diapers, corona beer bottles, limes, tomali corn husks, bullet shells, these are what tacobenders illegal aliens left in the parking lot at stater brothers market in adalanto california.
Oh, thats nothing against CA, they do it here in Michigan in the little kids playgrounds at the parks too.

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