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Mexican children in Mexico fire treated here in the US

HOw many coyotes are going to trust them to pay once here and they can disappear? I have to admit that a lot are probably paid by relatives/friends already here who send them the money, but again if they have the money to pay the coyotes then they have the money to pay for a visa. As for the famalies disappearing into the US, you have your oppinion and I have mine. Mine says that a good majority will, or at least will try.  (Jun 12, 2009 | post #11)

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Mexican children in Mexico fire treated here in the US

Really? Wow, I'll have to check that out. So, there's really no reason for them to be brought here right?  (Jun 12, 2009 | post #10)

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Barack O'Bamba speaks out at Chicago's immigration rally ...

I wonder how many illegals went to states that didn't require ids and voted. Probably more than they let on. There was also a vast majority who voted for him due to color and not his plans for the country. I listened to him and made my decision based on that.  (Jun 12, 2009 | post #13)

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Conn. judge: Immigrants' rights violated in raids

I was going to write a reply to you Mike, but it looks like the others beat me to it and said the same things I was going to.  (Jun 12, 2009 | post #47)

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Mexican children in Texas may be deported; immigration of...

What, you have a problem w/ Mexicans in general. And here I thought it was just illegals.  (Jun 12, 2009 | post #742)

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Mexican children in Mexico fire treated here in the US

And those that can afford to pay coyotes can afford to pay for visas and/or stay in MX. Your point? Besides, they're not sneaking. We're bringing them here and I bet a good majority will stay. JUst like those w/ visas who come legally to begin w/ stay after their visa expires, thereby making them illegal from that point on. Then those families will more than likely have more kids here, apply for Govt asst, keep draining the med help, so on and so forth. We can't afford to help these children, we have enough to help here in our own country who don't recieve it b/c our Govt is too busy kissing asx.  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #5)

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Mexican children in Mexico fire treated here in the US

There's probably not, and I feel for the families also. However, any funds that the hospitals here have for needy families need to go to AMERICAN families in need, not people being flown in from other countries. If MX pays the bills fine, but the TAXPAYERS money shouldn't have to go toward paying for foreigners health care unless they are already here LEGALLY. I may or may not move to another country if I felt my child needed better care and they provide it, but I would go legally and I would have to pay the bill. And it does have to do w/ illegal immigration b/c they'll probably stay (illegally) after the children are released and cause more burdens on our finances. As I said before, I wonder how helpful they would be if the situation were reversed, and even if they treated our kids I bet they would make the US pay for the bills. I wonder if we'll do the same? The children need help, but they should get it in their own country unles the families are willing to pay the bills and be escorted (not deported) out of the country when the child is released.  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #3)

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Arizona Law Takes a Toll on Nonresident Students

Everyone is, they just have to pay. Isn't that a shame. *sarc*  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #11)

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Mexican children in Mexico fire treated here in the US

While I feel bad for the children and their families, I don't think we should fly them here to treat them. Mexico has plenty of hospitals and 10-1 the tax payers are going to foot the bills of these children. If MX pays for any of this I would be greatly surprised. I wonder if the situation were reversed if they'd foot the bill for our kids to be treated there. Or for any other country who's poorer than they are for that matter. http://news.yahoo. com/s/ap/20090608/ ap_on_re_la_am_ca/ lt_mexico_children _killed  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #1)

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Conn. judge: Immigrants' rights violated in raids

Your examples are of peopel who are here legally. Let me sneak into MX illegally and see how well their constitution protects me when I'm caught. Or in that case, lets find some articles on how Mexico's costitution protects the people sneaking through there from countries futher south.  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #9)

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Barack O'Bamba speaks out at Chicago's immigration rally ...

I'm just glad I can honestly say I didn't vote for him.  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #8)

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Mexican children in Texas may be deported; immigration of...

First off, since you're an American does that description apply to you as well? Second off your man was legal and went back when he was supposed to so I doubt anyone here would have a problem w/ him. Stop being so defensive.  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #738)

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Taking on illegal aliens in Indiana

In denial maybe? And I hope you actually laughed since you wrote it. :)  (Jun 1, 2009 | post #121)

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Taking on illegal aliens in Indiana

I know. I'm just curious as to why he feels like he does. However, I don't think he knows and to me that's illogical. I don't care if people have a different opinion than I do, but at least be able to explain why. He doens't even seem to able to keep posts together and respond appropiately.  (Jun 1, 2009 | post #119)

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American Dream fading for Latinos

When did I ever try to make you assume that I was wealthy (I'm far from it)or that I thought the US economy was great? Is that the best you can do. Besides, you're still avoiding my question which means that you probably have nowhere near the experience with them that I have. Otherwise you'd be able to tell me where you got your opinion from. http://www.theodor a.com/wfbcurrent/m exico/mexico_econo my.html https://www.cia.go v/library/publicat ions/the-world-fac tbook/print/mx.htm l http://www.citizen .org/pressroom/rel ease.cfm?ID=1587 "The occurrence of this grave situation coincided with the emergence of a demand in manual labor in the U.S. brought about by World War II. On August 4, 1942, the U.S. and the MEXICAN GOVERNMENT instituted the Bracero program. Thousands of impoverished Mexicans abandoned their rural communities and headed north to work as braceros. The majority of the braceros were experienced farm laborers who came from places such as "la Comarca Lagunera," Coahuila, and other important agricultural regions of México. They stopped working their land and growing food for their families with the illusion that they would be able to earn a vast amount of money on the other side of the border." http://www.farmwor kers.org/bracerop. html http://fpc.state.g ov/documents/organ ization/112402.pdf "The 1982 debt crisis in which the Mexican government was unable to meet its foreign debt obligations was a primary cause of the economic challenges the country faced in the early to mid-1980’s." http://en.wikipedi a.org/wiki/Economy _of_Mexico http://www.nations encyclopedia.com/A mericas/Mexico-ECO NOMY.html http://www.foodfir st.org/pubs/policy /pb7.pdf  (Jun 1, 2009 | post #233)