Immigration Debate - Hemet, CA

Discuss the national Immigration debate in Hemet, CA.

Do you support Arizona's immigration law?

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nobody

Hemet, CA

#1 May 21, 2010
Those who cannot abide by the laws are considered criminals.
just asking

San Diego, CA

#2 May 21, 2010
Illegal is illigal. Not lawful is not lawful. How can you not support the law if your a law abiding citizen?
Think about it

AOL

#3 May 21, 2010
Read AB1070S for Arizona then Read Mexico's Immigration law. Look at the American Citizens arrested in Iran. Good for Arizona. Also read the post AB1070S
Think about it

AOL

#4 May 21, 2010
Read my post AB1070S
Think about it

AOL

#5 May 21, 2010
Sorry computer glitch
go home

Hemet, CA

#6 May 21, 2010
u come to america by jumping a fence. thats called breaking the law. GO HOME!!!!!!
pete

Los Angeles, CA

#7 May 21, 2010
they are taking the job that belongs to us and benefits that belongs to us

Since: May 10

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#8 May 22, 2010
I support the new AZ law. I wish they would make it the law here, too
You think about it

Hilo, HI

#9 May 22, 2010
Think about it wrote:
Read AB1070S for Arizona then Read Mexico's Immigration law. Look at the American Citizens arrested in Iran. Good for Arizona. Also read the post AB1070S
The problem with your view is this: WE'RE NOT FRIGGIN IRAN OR MEXICO, FOOL. IF YOU LIKE THE POLICIES OF THOSE COUNTRIES THEN I SUGGEST YOU MOVE THERE!
Judy

Hemet, CA

#10 May 22, 2010
If they are not legal, send them back.
Judy

Hemet, CA

#11 May 22, 2010
I am Somebody wrote:
I support the new AZ law. I wish they would make it the law here, too
won't make the law here, because the politicians don't want to loose the legal mexican vote, so that the illegal relatives of the legals will vote for the politicians who opose the law.
Arnold

Moreno Valley, CA

#12 May 22, 2010
Judy wrote:
<quoted text> won't make the law here, because the politicians don't want to loose the legal mexican vote, so that the illegal relatives of the legals will vote for the politicians who opose the law.
Good point.
... won't happen here because there is easier revenue in traffic enforcement.
hemet resident

Los Angeles, CA

#13 May 22, 2010
i support az law wish people would make the same choices here. enough is enough and im tired of seeing us citizens going without because of illeagal immigrants
Amnistia

Nuevo, CA

#14 May 22, 2010
Both the U.S. Government and Mexico have created this entanglement of social co-dependency with the flow of undocumented immigrants from Mexico. The U.S.A. has turned it's head for decades, encouraging and inviting the propagation of undocumented citizens in this country and sustaining them here - even after 9/11.

In 1965, Congress enacted the bilingual voters ballot. Bilingual packaging has taken on a life of it's own. Every object you pick up in the store is "Hecho in China." Even the Walmart security patrol is driving a vehicle labeled "Securitas." Why should English be the primary language when Spanish is equally spoken here and encouraged? Congress has been sending mixed messages.

Drugs, violence, crime, weapons and human trafficking are all byproducts of a culture that can't have it both ways. We cannot benefit by cheap undocumented labor and not embrace those that provide it. We've invited everyone to the table for a free lunch that has been served on the backs of Americans. Now, we want to close the cafeteria. But first, we'll have to pay the dues for our government's empathy.

The borders must be effectively sealed. Then, the U.S. Government and Congress must deal with those who are here illegally - millions of human beings have been ALLOWED to break laws that have not been enforced. It must be done with great care and humanitarian efforts to preserve and respect human dignity. Any misstep could turn to a stumble down the slippery slope of what would be perceived as ethnic cleansing.

Congress is at fault. They have not enforced immigration laws. Our beef is with the law makers and the laws of the land - not the undocumented immigrants.

This country wants the music, now it must pay the fiddler. Seal the borders. Process, educate and embrace those millions of families that have been living here illegally. Allow them to come out of the shadows to invest and take part in America. Realistically, the web of undocumented immigration is far too huge, complex, convoluted and engrained to start separating, untangling, and deporting the masses, now. Amnesty can be the only plausible, expedient solution with a pathway to U.S. citizenship.
Amnistia

Nuevo, CA

#15 May 22, 2010
Both the U.S. Government and Mexico have voluntarily created this entanglement of social co-dependency with the flow of undocumented immigrants from Mexico. The U.S.A. has turned it's head for decades, encouraging and inviting the propagation of undocumented citizens in this country and sustaining them here - even after 9/11.

In 1965, Congress enacted the bilingual voters ballot. Bilingual packaging has taken on a life of it's own. Every object you pick up in the store is "Hecho in China." Even the Walmart security patrol is driving a vehicle labeled "Securitas." Why should English be the primary language when Spanish is equally spoken here and encouraged? Congress has been sending mixed messages.

Drugs, violence, crime, weapons and human trafficking are all byproducts of a culture that can't have it both ways. We cannot benefit by cheap undocumented labor and not embrace those that provide it. We've invited everyone to the table for a free lunch that has been served on the backs of Americans. Now, we want to close the cafeteria. But first, we'll have to pay the dues for our government's empathy.

The borders must be effectively sealed. Then, U.S. Government and Congress must deal with those who are here illegally - millions of human beings have been ALLOWED to break laws that have not been enforced. It must be done with great care and humanitarian efforts to preserve and respect human dignity. Any misstep could turn to a stumble down the slippery slope of what would be perceived as ethnic cleansing.
the facts just the facts

San Dimas, CA

#16 May 22, 2010
they are not citizens and should not have constitutional rights because they are not US
citizens
Bill Schilling

Hemet, CA

#18 May 22, 2010
Our borders must be secure. Laws must be obeyed by everyone. Those breaking the law must be brougt to justice. Race profiling is an excuse for those who seek latino votes it is not permitted by the AZ law. Politicians should read the law before they talk, and support the laws of the country.
Sam Thomas

Hemet, CA

#19 May 22, 2010
Chaos is reigning in Mexico. How dare their
president criticize an attempt in the U.S.
to maintain law and order when he cannot
maintain order in Mexico.
Ray Kornele

Moreno Valley, CA

#20 May 23, 2010
Illegals break the law to get here. They don't respect our laws, so the engage in all sorts of outlaw activities. Besides, they bring diseases by not being vaccinated. Want measles, mumps, typhoid?
Hemetite

Hemet, CA

#21 May 23, 2010
I am a healthcare provider who cares for many people...most illegals get better care than our vetrans...how wrong is that? What part of illegal makes it right?

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