Gee, I didn't see any "amnesty a bunch of unskilled and uneducated border-jumping parasites" box to check on the ballot. Did I miss something? What I did see were a bunch of ignorant imbeciles re-electing the treasonous socialist scumbag in the White House because of all the freebies he's been doling out at our expense for the last 4 years. If the GOP nitwits get behind an amnesty they are finished because parasitic invaders will never vote for them and neither will patriotic conservatives. I say build a wall and deport every last one of those parasites.posted @ Friday, November 23, 2012 - 13:47
[quote][b]stopthehate[/b] - @BajaRat: "Sniveling broad?" YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW HER. No matter what you believe about her status as an American citizen, you have no right to stoop to personal insults about her character. [/quote]
Er, she's a whining illegal alien trying to get a subsidized education that doesn't benefit taxpayers in any way. Whining = sniveling. Got it?
[quote]Oh and "NOT deporting them is an insult to law abiding Americans?" Really, that's weird, because I'm not insulted.[/quote]
Who says you're a law abiding American citizen besides you? You sound like a radical leftist kook to me. Why do you want the country infested by nationals from a hostile nation that we fought a war over to get rid of?
Do you like Saul Alinsky as much as Comrade O does? Methinks you probably do. Bummer...posted @ Friday, November 18, 2011 - 22:48
[quote][b]Carolyn[/b] - Children of immigrants (and yes, they are immigrants, whether legal or not) should not be punished. The parents most likely braved much hardship just to be able to give their children a better life in the U.S. These children should not be sent back to a country that they have never even known. America is now their home. [/quote]
Er, calling an illegal alien an "immigrant" is an insult to immigrants. It's like calling a street crack peddler an undocumented pharmacist. NOT deporting them is an insult to law abiding Americans. There aren't enough jobs here in the US for Americans, let alone border-jumping parasites. Besides, granting amnesty to these creeps rewards the rest of the family too, not just this broad.
[quote]By taking away their dreams of bettering themselves you are setting up a whole generation of children to be hopeless. Some of them may think "what's the use in striving to be a good citizen" if the only reward is the threat of deportation? Might as well join the gang "who loves them".[/quote]
This sniveling broad is a Mexican. In Mexico she can get a free education in a Mexican university. She might be a "good citizen." Her is that she isn't a citizen of the US.posted @ Friday, November 18, 2011 - 19:13
[quote][b]John Bowman[/b] - God you people have been so brainwashed, you are the useful idiots Stalin talked about who help to spread tyranny, in the long run against their own interests.
The streets of Frisco, San Diego, New York, Seattle, Portland, L.A., and elsewhere were and still are teeming with these numskulls and have been for weeks. These imbeciles don't even know what they are protesting about, let alone who caused the trouble that they should be protesting about. This nation is screwed with a population as dumb as this one. Sheesh!posted @ Friday, November 18, 2011 - 03:19
[quote][b]mayjax[/b] - I think you make an excellent point. Lizzy should not be blamed for the situation she's been put in, not just because of her status as an undocumented citizen, but also because the unfair laws negatively impacting her and her family. That is why it is up to us, students, to help our peers gain the same opportunities as we have, because we were born American citizens. It's sad to me how confused people seem to be is about what it means to be American--primarily, supporting the other people in the country from every culture, ethnicity, and race. Luckily, as the future of America, we have the ability to create change.[/quote]
Yep..... the shameless Mexican baby-waving continues. Frame the leech as some sort of victim and blame mean, mean Americans for demanding that existing laws be enforced and these miscreants with senses of entitlement as big as Mexico itself removed from the U.S.
Hey, if you like the third world so much why not move there yourself and spare the rest of us of all this touchy-feely "diversity is our strength" BS? We're getting enough of that "change" crap from the despicable globalist NWO puppet and George Soros pimpster in the White House, eh? Hasta la vista, payaso!posted @ Friday, November 18, 2011 - 02:53
[quote][b]stopthehate[/b] - @BajaRat: Wow. So people that try to stop discrimination and demand equality are god-awful? I hope you're just having a bad day and that you're not actually a bigot.
Who do you think said this on talk radio?: "California is going to become a Hispanic state. Anyone who doesn't like it should leave. They ought to go back to Europe."
Give up? It was the co-founder of MALDEF, the loathsome Mario Obledo.
The rest of the other mobs I mentioned are no better. They are all race pimps. And, by the way, illegals require they be discriminated against the same as every other law breaker does. Got it?posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 23:34
[quote][b]stopthehate[/b] - @BajaRat: nope. Just a teenager who thinks everyone deserves the opportunity for a good life. And what's wrong with the Southern Poverty Law Center? Are you against anti-discrimination lawsuits?
The SPLC is a radical left wing band of white shakedown artists who use fear mongering as a means of generating donations. They are about as useless as teats on a boar. Always have been. Same with the NCLR, MALDEF, LULAC, the God-awful ADL, and several others.posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 22:44
[quote][b]stopthehate[/b] - @BajaRat: Despite the fact that Native Americans may have come from Asia, they were the first to settle on what we call the United States. Hence the term "Native." So, it would make sense for them to have felt the same way about us as you seem to feel about immigrants today.
Illegal aliens are not "immigrants." I'll bet the so-called Native Americans wish they had immigration laws at the time. What say you? Are you with the Tan Klan (NCLR) or the disgusting SPLC? What happened to your "stopthehate" Web site? LOL!posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 22:28
Speaking of border-jumping... what are your ties to the Athens GA community? There certainly are no rules about who can comment; all are welcome. I'm just curious.
I am a U.S. citizen who lived for some time in Thunderbolt, Savannah, and Tybee Island, Georgia, and I have friends all over Georgia and South Carolina who despise illegal immigration. Does that answer your question?posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 21:56
[quote][b]donniemac[/b] - So I would like an answer to some rhetorical questions from John Bowman, BajaRat, AthensMan, kaleidoscope.junkie, et al. The general mood of your posts is that you approve of the abuse, authoritative and verbal, directed at this young lady and her fellow participants in the conference. One question is what further actions would be appropriate? Would you agree to deportation...[/quote]
Just deport her and her border-violating family as prescribed by law. Simple, eh?posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 21:50
[quote][b]snarkydude[/b] - I'd be willing to bet the original native Americans felt the same way about us.
"Native Americans" came from Asia.posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 21:44
[quote][b]E.J.[/b] - So, then, who will harvest the strawberries, onions, watermellons, grapes, lettuce, peaches, etc.? What will keep them from coming back? Do you want to pay for the personnel to round them all up and then pay for the transportation to the border?[/quote]
Your ilk seems to concentrate on fruit and veggies when the vast majority of these loathsome parasites are stealing tons of jobs outside of the agriculture industry. Why is that? Who do you think picked strawberries before these parasites snuck in?posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 04:10
[quote][b]E.J.[/b] - It's a pity that the Federal government won't address the problems with our immigration laws to at least create a guest worker program for migrant workers to cheaply harvest the food we eat so we can have less expensive food. [/quote]
There are plenty of temporary visas available for farm workers. Ask your congress critter. Don't give people the false impression that Americans will pay less for veggies as a result of using any of these programs. Farmers simply pocket more cash. That's it.posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 04:02
[quote][b]E.J.[/b] - As has been repeatedly clarified here, the family has already paid for her education through property taxes, just like you and me and the folks who don't even have children. Just think it through for a minute. They pay sales taxes, vehicle taxes and, most likely, payroll taxes. Where's the problem? Stare[/quote]
The problem is that they are here in violation of U.S. law and are in need of removal. Contrary to your apparent view our citizenship and our sovereignty aren't for sale for the price of a stinking 8.5% sales tax on a 6 pack of Tecate, got it?posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 03:52
[quote][b]E.J.[/b] - Have you not been reading along here? Illegal immigrants have been repeatedly accused of ripping off Americans with their free educations and costing Americans a whole ton of money which is clearly not the case since they pay as much in taxes as any of us are required to do. Pay attention![/quote]
Illegal aliens are not "immigrants." They are criminals and parasites. Whether or not they pay taxes is irrelevant since they are not supposed to be here in the first place. "Pay attention" my ass. How about you get a clue!posted @ Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 03:39
[quote][b]Sebz[/b] - @AthensMan:
I'd like to pose a question. You say America would cease to exist, but that would require you to have a definition of America in the first place. So what is this definition that you have; is there a set list of traits that describes an "American"?
America, as in the United States of America, is a sovereign nation. Get a map. An American is an U.S. citizen, not some border-jumping squatter.posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 23:33
[quote][b]henry[/b] - Second, to your last point, is this really how you want to enforce laws? Intimidation and abuse? You said I don't know what it means to be an American, but a society based on that kind of law enforcement is not American.[/quote]
Yet another open-borders loon who, like the corrupt Comrade Obama, thinks he can judge who is an American and who isn't based on their their opinions. Too funny!posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 22:55
[quote][b]Sebz[/b] - BajaRat -
Is this broad involved in this shameless Mexican baby-waving scheme NOT an illegal alien in need of deportation? Explain....
Well, she would be an asset to the economy, unlike you. But never fear, because you are American, you will undoubtedly be able to receive an education that will be wasted on you. God forbid somebody who would put it to good use receive it.[/quote]
Are you kidding me? This corrupt government has already done enough gambling with taxpayer's funds and losing trillions in the process... and you want us to squander more on these moochers when we are in a depression? Why do you hate this country so much? We don't pay these so-called "public servants" to ignore the law and aid and abet invaders. Got it? Deport this beatch and her family and be done with it. Problem solved.posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 21:48
[quote][b]Sebz[/b] - And those of you who are advocating doing things the "legal way", you do realize that under the current laws, an undocumented person would have to leave America only to wait for years to be readmitted.[/quote]
So what? These invaders need apply for permission to enter the U.S. at our consulates in their home countries like everyone else. That's the way it works.posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 21:39
[quote][b]Sebz[/b] - I am very sorry that you are so misinformed.[/quote]
Is the broad involved in this shameless Mexican baby-waving scheme NOT an illegal alien in need of deportation? Explain....posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 21:30
[quote][b]Canuck[/b] - @john..: While I agree we shouldn't round them up and deport them its not unprecedented. Google (and the name was given in the '50's) operation wet back. Ike was concerned with illegal aliens taking American jobs and implemented this.[/quote]
Eisenhower was the last good president this country ever had. His plan worked like a charm.
[quote]I think issuing migrant worker visas where the company hiring them pays for transport to and from Mexico and provides barracks type housing for these workers (or something similar to our own military base housing).[/quote]
Why would you even consider giving visas to cretins who have snuck in? Issue limited visas to workers outside the country so long as the employer transported them to the work site, housed them, fed them, provided medical care for them, and made absolutely sure that they were out of the country at the end of the job.
[quote]There could also be rewards for serving our military.[/quote]
Invaders are not qualified to join the military. All branches of the US military are already crawling with vile gang-bangers and other criminal vermin. That is a clear threat to national security.posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 21:27
[quote][b]henry[/b] - And for those of you supporting Frank Ginn’s actions in this instance, think about what he did. He verbally abused and intimidated a 17-year old girl with no provocation, only because she is an undocumented citizen. Regardless of whether you side with Lizzy’s or Ginn’s views in this case, his actions are unacceptable, and I am appalled that people are not only accepting them but going so far as to encourage them.[/quote]
Undocumented citizen? What have you been smoking? She's an illegal Mexican alien in need of deportation. "Undocumented citizen?" Bwahahahaha!posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 20:59
[quote]We all deserve the same chances at education and prosperity. America is a melting pot of all cultures, ethnicities, races, and beliefs; now is when we band together and help the students with whom we were raised. I am a student, and I support my fellow classmates, undocumented or documented.
It's bad enough that taxpayers are forced to pay for educating these parasites K-12 instead of simply deporting the entire family to begin with as the law calls for. Subsidizing tuition in higher education is an insult to legal residents and citizens of other states as well as being a complete waste of taxpayer funds. These clowns are prohibited by law from working in the U.S. anyway. I say build a wall and deport 'em all.posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 20:55
[quote][b]JGForster[/b] - @Thurston Howell: The number of Iraqis killed is in dispute and and estimates have ranged from 200 thousand to over 1 million. Saddam was responsible for the murder of 800 thousand of his own people and the death of 300 thousand more in the Iraq-Iran war. We also liberated around 26 million Iraqis from the tyranny of Saddam.
Because of the beneficence of our so-called empire, we have defended freedom around the world. You need operational assets to do that. You don't hear the Europeans, Koreans or Japanese complaining do you?
You do realize that NATO and that tin pot dictator in the White House handed over leadership of Libya to Al Qaida, do you not? You call that freedom? Look at Iraq. It's a frickin' mess! The U.S. has no business engaging in illegal wars in the name of American citizens. Comrade O should be impeached and tried for treason.posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 19:27
[quote][b]Thurston Howell[/b] - @John Bowman: In a country behaving as a global empire, that imports dark skinned people for labor and denies them equal rights, the demand for enforcement of laws which perpetuate the imperial racism is most certainly dehumanizing. Just because something is made law doesn't make it right. The examples are too numerous to list. [/quote]
Exactly who is importing these cretins? They are sneaking over our porous borders in droves under their own power.... and the corrupt U.S. government allows it to happen.posted @ Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 18:24
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