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SEIU Parody of Arizona Law Bears Grain of Truth

June 7, 2010

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  • Carmen June 8, 2010 11:21 am

    I’d love to name them, but since the Border Patrol does such a crappy job of interdiction, (perhaps 1 in 10 illegal crossers are stopped) all we have is their admission that that they are clueless as to WHO is crossing.

    What we do know is that evil people HAVE crossed our southern border. They have murdered American citizens. That, too, is terrorism. You close your eyes to the problem.

    You call me latino to suit your agenda. I refer to myself as an American!! I don’t hyphenate myself – those who wish to divide this country (like YOU) probably don’t like that.

    I’ve had my fill of illegal crossers – they EXPECT me to be sympathetic and then become either rude or threatening when I am not.

    I fully support SB1070. We in Arizona have needed this for a loooong time. If it is unconstitutioinal, then so is the Fed law.

    BTW, if you’re so convinced that Arizona’s law is unconstitutional, why haven’t you stamped your little feet over California’s law?? HYPOCRITE!!

  • Mark June 8, 2010 10:53 am

    Don’t worry, Carmen. It’ll only happen if you’re Latino. On the other hand, Carmen is a Latino name sooooo…. Luckily for you, the law is unconstitutional.

    BTW, how many terrorists do you think came across the Mexican border last year? Name one. Since 40% of the illegal immigrants in this country overstayed their tourist or student visa, I think you’ll find that 99% of terrorists in the USA came in that way, including all of the 9-11 hijackers.

  • Carmen June 8, 2010 10:46 am

    You’re thinking like a brain-dead liberal.

    BECAUSE we don’t carry birth certificates, we will be “frequently stopped and arrested”??

    That’s a REALLY stupid statement.

    It’s also evident that despite your posturing, you don’t really give a rat’s azz about national security.

    You’ve joined the ranks of Limousine Liberals.. insulated from the world of real people.. and arrogant about it!

  • Mark June 7, 2010 5:31 pm

    Jeff, do you carry your birth certificate or passport when you drive? I don’t. A driver’s license is not proof of citizenship in many states, like New Mexico.

    So Latino citizens of the United States may be frequently stopped and arrested.

  • jeff foat June 7, 2010 2:55 pm

    Dude, you know if you have a tail light or lic. plate light out, or get into an accident the police will ask you for drivers lic. registration and insurance card. my grandparents had to be admitted thru ellis island and legally entered the country. What right do you have to say a person can walk across the border with no documentation and become a citizen because they made it passed authorities. Thats an insult to all who do it right,its something you earn and can be proud of.