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There are 21 comments on the Patch.com story from Oct 13, 2013, titled Maryland Dreamers Awake to In-State Tuition, Yearn for More. In it, Patch.com reports that:

By Jason Ruiter, Capital News Service Yves Gomes would rush home after school when he was younger to play one of his favorite video games, Madden NFL Football.

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Since: Sep 07

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#1 Oct 14, 2013
if they are illegal, they have absolutely no business being in the usa. PERIOD.

I don't care if they are from india, china, mexico, or whereever.

another thing... it is not logical to give FOREIGNERS better access to our schools then to our own people.

if it is american money, it should be spent on americans.

the guy from india has a 4.4 gpa? good, send him back to india to help his country.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

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#2 Oct 14, 2013
That's the problem, once these "dreamers" are fed, they keep wanting more. For some reason they believe that their wants and needs supercede those of legal citizens. Somebody fed them a bunch of baloney and now they want it all.

Since: Jul 11

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#3 Oct 14, 2013
"When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic." Benjamin Franklin.
ronnie

Brigham City, UT

#4 Oct 14, 2013
Educate them so they can go home and improve the quality of their own Country's. But never make it possible for them to accomplish anything here especially teaching, or law. They don't understand the Civics of this Country, and maybe if they did, they'd quit invading us.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#5 Oct 15, 2013
ronnie wrote:
Educate them so they can go home and improve the quality of their own Country's. But never make it possible for them to accomplish anything here especially teaching, or law. They don't understand the Civics of this Country, and maybe if they did, they'd quit invading us.
They have no altruistic tendencies. All they would do is to help more to sneak in and demand that they be given more and more, until this country is left with nothing more to give.
Memo From Turner

Bellmore, NY

#6 Oct 15, 2013
It is so much better when they do not go to school so then we can complain about them being stupid and uneducated.
Jesus Malverde

United States

#7 Oct 15, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
if they are illegal, they have absolutely no business being in the usa. PERIOD.
I don't care if they are from india, china, mexico, or whereever.
another thing... it is not logical to give FOREIGNERS better access to our schools then to our own people.
if it is american money, it should be spent on americans.
the guy from india has a 4.4 gpa? good, send him back to india to help his country.
If you're really asian, why didn't you or your ancestors take your advice? And stay in your homelands, why are you here? In lands at least 5000 miles from your homeland. We, at least are within our historical homelands.
Jesus Malverde

United States

#8 Oct 15, 2013
ronnie wrote:
Educate them so they can go home and improve the quality of their own Country's. But never make it possible for them to accomplish anything here especially teaching, or law. They don't understand the Civics of this Country, and maybe if they did, they'd quit invading us.
Why didn't your ancestors: Micks, krauts, yids, chinqs, jiggers, or whatever take that advice and stay in your homelands, and out of our native lands. You came here, nursed back to health by our native brothers, squat and takeover. Go home back to europe or whense you came from.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#9 Oct 15, 2013
Jesus Malverde wrote:
<quoted text>
If you're really asian, why didn't you or your ancestors take your advice? And stay in your homelands, why are you here? In lands at least 5000 miles from your homeland. We, at least are within our historical homelands.
what an idiot. if it wasn't for asians, you wouldn't be here.

just the same, if you are not a citizen of the usa, you have absolutely no business being in the usa. PERIOD.

take your historical bull#hit and shove it up your racist as#.
Holla Isabella

Bronx, NY

#10 Oct 15, 2013
Jesus Malverde wrote:
<quoted text>
Why didn't your ancestors: Micks, krauts, yids, chinqs, jiggers, or whatever take that advice and stay in your homelands, and out of our native lands. You came here, nursed back to health by our native brothers, squat and takeover. Go home back to europe or whense you came from.
The mere fact that you bring up this point indicates how ignorant and self-delusional you are. All of the groups you mentioned came to this country through the front door and expected and got nothing but opportunity from their new homeland. You and all wet backs are greedy, lying, cheating, stealing, vile, violent, baby-spewing subhuman scum who are only in this country to take whatever is not nailed down. You spit in the face of all Americans by ignoring its borders and laws, you demand, demand, demand rights when all you are are despicable walking pieces of shit. You will never be allowed to stay. There will never be amnesty. Americans are sick to death of you splcs. GFY.
Jesus Malverde

United States

#11 Oct 15, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
what an idiot. if it wasn't for asians, you wouldn't be here.
just the same, if you are not a citizen of the usa, you have absolutely no business being in the usa. PERIOD.
take your historical bull#hit and shove it up your racist as#.
Didn't answer my question, laundry boy. Why do chinqs like you think they belong here? At least we are natives to this continent, unlike you and your european horemasters.
Jesus Malverde

United States

#12 Oct 15, 2013
Holla Isabella wrote:
<quoted text>
The mere fact that you bring up this point indicates how ignorant and self-delusional you are. All of the groups you mentioned came to this country through the front door and expected and got nothing but opportunity from their new homeland. You and all wet backs are greedy, lying, cheating, stealing, vile, violent, baby-spewing subhuman scum who are only in this country to take whatever is not nailed down. You spit in the face of all Americans by ignoring its borders and laws, you demand, demand, demand rights when all you are are despicable walking pieces of shit. You will never be allowed to stay. There will never be amnesty. Americans are sick to death of you splcs. GFY.
Yawn.
ronnie

Salt Lake City, UT

#13 Oct 15, 2013
Jesus Malverde wrote:
<quoted text>
Yawn.
Jesus.....10000 years ago the continent's between China and North America were connected dude... you are a transplant from China....ha hah hahahahah.... Yes, and left too your own devices in South America, you did nothing, nothing intelligible or noteworthy, until Spain beat your butts and threw you into more slave labor, building Missions up to the north. You did not conquer anything, inspire anyone, nor develop your Culture as a progressive one... I'm sorry, but those are the fact's dude. You only get ahead by stealing and ripping off the Wealthy and progressive Society's here in the north. Your ancestors were as dumb as you are,.. selling California for 15 thousand Bucks. Learn your History, Geneology and realize the truth about your background then only then maybe you can evolve into the people you want to take from.If Europeans were so terrible, why has every other 3rd world crud tried to take England through immigration and America. I wish you guys would head to Canada and leave us with a few resources you haven't destroyed.
Starkiller

Millbrook, AL

#14 Oct 15, 2013
i have no idea what any of this means but im with you blacks need to die muhuhahahahahhahaha!
just kidding lol XD

Since: Sep 07

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#15 Oct 16, 2013
Jesus Malverde wrote:
<quoted text>
Didn't answer my question, laundry boy. Why do chinqs like you think they belong here? At least we are natives to this continent, unlike you and your european horemasters.
I DID answer your question, genius.

your mind just can't fathom the truth.

and you wonder why we don't want you illegals in the usa?

for all your posturing, you illegals are not an asset to the usa. you are a liability. bottomline, we don't need you.
Mayela

Atlanta, GA

#16 Oct 16, 2013
The Immigration Act of 1924
It completely excluded immigrants from Asia.

"Asiatic Barred Zone"

Finally, the Act excluded from entry anyone born in a geographically defined “Asiatic Barred Zone” except for Japanese and Filipinos. In 1907, the Japanese Government had voluntarily limited Japanese immigration to the U.S. in the Gentlemen's Agreement.

China was not included in the Barred Zone, but the Chinese were already denied immigration visas under the Chinese Exclusion Act.

Existing nationality laws dating from 1790 and 1870 excluded people of Asian lineage from naturalizing. As a result, the 1924 Act meant that even Asians not previously prevented from immigrating – the Japanese in particular – would no longer be admitted to the United States. Many in Japan were very offended by the new law, which was a violation of the Gentlemen's Agreement. The Japanese government protested, but the law remained, resulting in an increase in existing tensions between the two nations. But it appeared that the U.S. Congress had decided that preserving the racial composition of the country was more important than promoting good ties with the Japanese empire.

In all of its parts, the most basic purpose of the 1924 Immigration Act was to preserve the ideal of American homogeneity.
http://history.state.gov/milestones/1921-1936...

"The Chinese Must Go!" was the slogan of the Workingmen's Party of California.

By the late 1870s, anti-Chinese mobs were attacking Chinese businesses and homes in San Francisco and threatening to burn down that city's Chinatown. Further, as the Workingmen's Party ticket shows, anti-Chinese hysteria was widespread across the state. Congress would respond with the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the first measure to restrict emigration to the United States on the grounds of race.

As a result, the Chinese Exclusion Act marked a turning point in American history, the beginning of an effort to control the racial make-up of the nation.

Kearney not only promised to drive all of the Chinese in California into the Pacific, he also promised to burn down San Francisco's City Hall

I will give the Central Pacific just three months to discharge their Chinamen

They are a harmless race when white men either let them alone or treat them no worse than dogs; in fact they are almost entirely harmless anyhow, for they seldom think of resenting the vilest insults or the cruelest injuries.
http://www1.assumption.edu/users/mcclymer/His...

National Origins system effectively limited immigration from Asia to token levels. These restrictions on Asian immigration were consistent with the overall political and cultural environment of the time that tolerated and even promoted nativism and xenophobia.
http://www.asian-nation.org/1965-immigration-...

No Chinamen: Rules for Writing a Mystery Novel.

5. No Chinaman must figure in the story.
http://thelipstickchronicles.typepad.com/nanc...

Who are you to wave your finger?
You must have been out your head
Eye hole deep in muddy waters
You practically raised the dead

Rob the grave to snow the cradle
Then burn the evidence down
Soapbox, house of cards, and glass
So don't go tossin' your stones around

You must have been high
You must have been high
You must have been

Foot in mouth, and head up a**
So what you talkin''bout?
Difficult to dance 'round this one
Till you pull it out, boy

You must have been so high
You must have been so high
http://songmeanings.com/songs/view/3530822107...

Luna envidiosa,

luna importuna,
tenía celos celos tenía

de mi fortuna
http://www.morellajimenez.com.do/letbosqquech...

AGAIN: Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the FIRST measure to restrict emigration to the United States on the grounds of RACE.

You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075314/quotes
Vet

Fayetteville, GA

#17 Oct 16, 2013
Mayela wrote:
The Immigration Act of 1924
It completely excluded immigrants from Asia.
"Asiatic Barred Zone"
Finally, the Act excluded from entry anyone born in a geographically defined “Asiatic Barred Zone” except for Japanese and Filipinos. In 1907, the Japanese Government had voluntarily limited Japanese immigration to the U.S. in the Gentlemen's Agreement.
China was not included in the Barred Zone, but the Chinese were already denied immigration visas under the Chinese Exclusion Act.
Existing nationality laws dating from 1790 and 1870 excluded people of Asian lineage from naturalizing. As a result, the 1924 Act meant that even Asians not previously prevented from immigrating – the Japanese in particular – would no longer be admitted to the United States. Many in Japan were very offended by the new law, which was a violation of the Gentlemen's Agreement. The Japanese government protested, but the law remained, resulting in an increase in existing tensions between the two nations. But it appeared that the U.S. Congress had decided that preserving the racial composition of the country was more important than promoting good ties with the Japanese empire.
In all of its parts, the most basic purpose of the 1924 Immigration Act was to preserve the ideal of American homogeneity.
http://history.state.gov/milestones/1921-1936...
"The Chinese Must Go!" was the slogan of the Workingmen's Party of California.
By the late 1870s, anti-Chinese mobs were attacking Chinese businesses and homes in San Francisco and threatening to burn down that city's Chinatown. Further, as the Workingmen's Party ticket shows, anti-Chinese hysteria was widespread across the state. Congress would respond with the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the first measure to restrict emigration to the United States on the grounds of race.
As a result, the Chinese Exclusion Act marked a turning point in American history, the beginning of an effort to control the racial make-up of the nation.
Kearney not only promised to drive all of the Chinese in California into the Pacific, he also promised to burn down San Francisco's City Hall
I will give the Central Pacific just three months to discharge their Chinamen
They are a harmless race when white men either let them alone or treat them no worse than dogs; in fact they are almost entirely harmless anyhow, for they seldom think of resenting the vilest insults or the cruelest injuries.
http://www1.assumption.edu/users/mcclymer/His...
National Origins system effectively limited immigration from Asia to token levels. These restrictions on Asian immigration were consistent with the overall political and cultural environment of the time that tolerated and even promoted nativism and xenophobia.
http://www.asian-nation.org/1965-immigration-...
No Chinamen: Rules for Writing a Mystery Novel.
5. No Chinaman must figure in the story.
http://thelipstickchronicles.typepad.com/nanc...
Who are you to wave your finger?
You must have been out your head
Eye hole deep in muddy waters
You practically raised the dead
Rob the grave to snow the cradle
Then burn the evidence down
Soapbox, house of cards, and glass
So don't go tossin' your stones around
You must have been high
You must have been high
You must have been
Foot in mouth, and head up a**
So what you talkin''bout?
Difficult to dance 'round this one
Till you pull it out, boy
You must have been so high
You must have been so high
http://songmeanings.com/songs/view/3530822107...
Luna envidiosa,
luna importuna,
tenía celos celos tenía
de mi fortuna
http://www.morellajimenez.com.do/letbosqquech...
AGAIN: Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the FIRST measure to restrict emigration to the United States on the grounds of RACE.
You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075314/quotes
Cállate idiota. nadie lee tu mierda.
Vet

Fayetteville, GA

#18 Oct 16, 2013
Mayela wrote:
The Immigration Act of 1924
It completely excluded immigrants from Asia.
"Asiatic Barred Zone"
Finally, the Act excluded from entry anyone born in a geographically defined “Asiatic Barred Zone” except for Japanese and Filipinos. In 1907, the Japanese Government had voluntarily limited Japanese immigration to the U.S. in the Gentlemen's Agreement.
China was not included in the Barred Zone, but the Chinese were already denied immigration visas under the Chinese Exclusion Act.
Existing nationality laws dating from 1790 and 1870 excluded people of Asian lineage from naturalizing. As a result, the 1924 Act meant that even Asians not previously prevented from immigrating – the Japanese in particular – would no longer be admitted to the United States. Many in Japan were very offended by the new law, which was a violation of the Gentlemen's Agreement. The Japanese government protested, but the law remained, resulting in an increase in existing tensions between the two nations. But it appeared that the U.S. Congress had decided that preserving the racial composition of the country was more important than promoting good ties with the Japanese empire.
In all of its parts, the most basic purpose of the 1924 Immigration Act was to preserve the ideal of American homogeneity.
http://history.state.gov/milestones/1921-1936...
"The Chinese Must Go!" was the slogan of the Workingmen's Party of California.
By the late 1870s, anti-Chinese mobs were attacking Chinese businesses and homes in San Francisco and threatening to burn down that city's Chinatown. Further, as the Workingmen's Party ticket shows, anti-Chinese hysteria was widespread across the state. Congress would respond with the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the first measure to restrict emigration to the United States on the grounds of race.
As a result, the Chinese Exclusion Act marked a turning point in American history, the beginning of an effort to control the racial make-up of the nation.
Kearney not only promised to drive all of the Chinese in California into the Pacific, he also promised to burn down San Francisco's City Hall
I will give the Central Pacific just three months to discharge their Chinamen
They are a harmless race when white men either let them alone or treat them no worse than dogs; in fact they are almost entirely harmless anyhow, for they seldom think of resenting the vilest insults or the cruelest injuries.
http://www1.assumption.edu/users/mcclymer/His...
National Origins system effectively limited immigration from Asia to token levels. These restrictions on Asian immigration were consistent with the overall political and cultural environment of the time that tolerated and even promoted nativism and xenophobia.
http://www.asian-nation.org/1965-immigration-...
No Chinamen: Rules for Writing a Mystery Novel.
5. No Chinaman must figure in the story.
http://thelipstickchronicles.typepad.com/nanc...
Who are you to wave your finger?
You must have been out your head
Eye hole deep in muddy waters
You practically raised the dead
Rob the grave to snow the cradle
Then burn the evidence down
Soapbox, house of cards, and glass
So don't go tossin' your stones around
You must have been high
You must have been high
You must have been
Foot in mouth, and head up a**
So what you talkin''bout?
Difficult to dance 'round this one
Till you pull it out, boy
You must have been so high
You must have been so high
http://songmeanings.com/songs/view/3530822107...
Luna envidiosa,
luna importuna,
tenía celos celos tenía
de mi fortun?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075314/quotes
Cállate idiota. nadie lee tu mierda.
Vet

Fayetteville, GA

#19 Oct 16, 2013
Mayela wrote:
The Immigration Act of 1924
It completely excluded immigrants from Asia.
"Asiatic Barred Zone"
Finally, the Act excluded from entry anyone born in a geographically defined “Asiatic Barred Zone” except for Japanese and Filipinos. In 1907, the Japanese Government had voluntarily limited Japanese immigration to the U.S. in the Gentlemen's Agreement.
China was not included in the Barred Zone, but the Chinese were already denied immigration visas under the Chinese Exclusion Act.
Existing nationality laws dating from 1790 and 1870 excluded people of Asian lineage from naturalizing. As a result, the 1924 Act meant that even Asians not previously prevented from immigrating – the Japanese in particular – would no longer be admitted to the United States. Many in Japan were very offended by the new law, which was a violation of the Gentlemen's Agreement. The Japanese government protested, but the law remained, resulting in an increase in existing tensions between the two nations. But it appeared that the U.S. Congress had decided that preserving the racial composition of the country was more important than promoting good ties with the Japanese empire.
In all of its parts, the most basic purpose of the 1924 Immigration Act was to preserve the ideal of American homogeneity.
http://history.state.gov/milestones/1921-1936...
"The Chinese Must Go!" was the slogan of the Workingmen's Party of California.
By the late 1870s, anti-Chinese mobs were attacking Chinese businesses and homes in San Francisco and threatening to burn down that city's Chinatown. Further, as the Workingmen's Party ticket shows, anti-Chinese hysteria was widespread across the state. Congress would respond with the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the first measure to restrict emigration to the United States on the grounds of race.

I will give the Central Pacific just three months to discharge their Chinamen
They are a harmless race when white men either let them alone or treat them no worse than dogs; in fact they are almost entirely harmless anyhow, for they seldom think of resenting the vilest insults or the cruelest injuries.
http://www1.assumption.edu/users/mcclymer/His...
National Origins system effectively limited immigration from Asia to token levels. These restrictions on Asian immigration were consistent with the overall political and cultural environment of the time that tolerated and even promoted nativism and xenophobia.
http://www.asian-nation.org/1965-immigration-...
No Chinamen: Rules for Writing a Mystery Novel.
5. No Chinaman must figure in the story.
http://thelipstickchronicles.typepad.com/nanc...
Who are you to wave your finger?
You must have been out your head
Eye hole deep in muddy waters
You practically raised the dead
Rob the grave to snow the cradle
Then burn the evidence down
Soapbox, house of cards, and glass
So don't go tossin' your stones around
You must have been high
You must have been high
You must have been
Foot in mouth, and head up a**
So what you talkin''bout?
Difficult to dance 'round this one
Till you pull it out, boy
You must have been so high
You must have been so high
http://songmeanings.com/songs/view/3530822107...
Luna envidiosa,
luna importuna,
tenía celos celos tenía
de mi fortuna
http://www.morellajimenez.com.do/letbosqquech...
AGAIN: Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the FIRST measure to restrict emigration to the United States on the grounds of RACE.
You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075314/quotes
Cállate idiota. nadie lee tu mie*da.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#20 Oct 16, 2013
Mayela wrote:
The Immigration Act of 1924
It completely excluded immigrants from Asia.
"Asiatic Barred Zone"
Finally, the Act excluded from entry anyone born in a geographically defined “Asiatic Barred Zone” except for Japanese and Filipinos. In 1907, the Japanese Government had voluntarily limited Japanese immigration to the U.S. in the Gentlemen's Agreement.
China was not included in the Barred Zone, but the Chinese were already denied immigration visas under the Chinese Exclusion Act.
Existing nationality laws dating from 1790 and 1870 excluded people of Asian lineage from naturalizing. As a result, the 1924 Act meant that even Asians not previously prevented from immigrating – the Japanese in particular – would no longer be admitted to the United States. Many in Japan were very offended by the new law, which was a violation of the Gentlemen's Agreement. The Japanese government protested, but the law remained, resulting in an increase in existing tensions between the two nations. But it appeared that the U.S. Congress had decided that preserving the racial composition of the country was more important than promoting good ties with the Japanese empire.
In all of its parts, the most basic purpose of the 1924 Immigration Act was to preserve the ideal of American homogeneity.
http://history.state.gov/milestones/1921-1936...
"The Chinese Must Go!" was the slogan of the Workingmen's Party of California.
By the late 1870s, anti-Chinese mobs were attacking Chinese businesses and homes in San Francisco and threatening to burn down that city's Chinatown. Further, as the Workingmen's Party ticket shows, anti-Chinese hysteria was widespread across the state. Congress would respond with the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the first measure to restrict emigration to the United States on the grounds of race.
As a result, the Chinese Exclusion Act marked a turning point in American history, the beginning of an effort to control the racial make-up of the nation.
Kearney not only promised to drive all of the Chinese in California into the Pacific, he also promised to burn down San Francisco's City Hall
I will give the Central Pacific just three months to discharge their Chinamen
They are a harmless race when white men either let them alone or treat them no worse than dogs; in fact they are almost entirely harmless anyhow, for they seldom think of resenting the vilest insults or the cruelest injuries.
http://www1.assumption.edu/users/mcclymer/His...
National Origins system effectively limited immigration from Asia to token levels. These restrictions on Asian immigration were consistent with the overall political and cultural environment of the time that tolerated and even promoted nativism and xenophobia.
http://www.asian-nation.org/1965-immigration-...
No Chinamen: Rules for Writing a Mystery Novel.
5. No Chinaman must figure in the story.
http://thelipstickchronicles.typepad.com/nanc...
Who are you to wave your finger?
You must have been out your head
Eye hole deep in muddy waters
You practically raised the dead
Rob the grave to snow the cradle
Then burn the evidence down
Soapbox, house of cards, and glass
So don't go tossin' your stones around
You must have been high
You must have been high
You must have been
Foot in mouth, and head up a**
So what you talkin''bout?
Difficult to dance 'round this one
Till you pull it out, boy
You must have been so high
You must have been so high
http://songmeanings.com/songs/view/3530822107...
Luna envidiosa,
luna importuna,
tenía celos celos tenía
de mi fortuna
http://www.morellajimenez.com.do/letbosqquech...
AGAIN: Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the FIRST measure to restrict emigration to the United States on the grounds of RACE.
You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075314/quotes
if you are illegal, YES, I'm talking to you. GET OUT OF THE USA

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