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Border Roundup: Feds challenge SB 1070, shootout in Sonora

In national immigration news, the federal government filed a lawsuit against SB 1070, causing mixed reactions in Arizona. South of the border, the gunfight that left 21 people dead in northern Sonora was the result of a feud between drug gangs. ... Read more»

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Jul 7, 2010, 11:01 am
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With Americas rising jobless and Americas13 trillion dollar deficit, it is our duty to look after our poor citizens-residents first. We should not be welcoming another million a year into the workforce, unless they have credentials of the highest caliber. The Agrarian business owner must be held accountable, for every guest worker in his pay. He must be put on notice that he is responsible for health care and other services—NOT TAXPAYERS!  A labor permit allows the foreign national to be employed with rigid instructions, that there is no path to citizenship or—AMNESTY. If they desert their position picking crops, they must be deported.  AMERICAN TAXPAYERS HAVE BECOME THE PAYEE FOR BUSINESS OWNERS.

The Tea party, moderate conservatives, independents and even more empathetic Democrats have seen their rights given to them by their forefathers being eroded by the portentous shadow of Liberal progressives. The governing majority with Sen. Reid (D-NV) demanding Amnesty for the 20 to 30 million aliens in our country must join a long list of other corrupt legislators. The tide has finally turned and the border must be sealed, against overpopulation. Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) will be ejected first, as he has carried out his power to weaken E-Verify, federal local detainment law 287(g. On a state level many Democratic Senators and representatives will be joining Reid in the American workers jobless line. City governors such as mayors should join the party as well.

Demand they follow the “Rule of Law” People who comment should stand up to the plate and bombard their federal lawmakers at 202-224-3121 NumbersUSA has an immigration grading system showing who should not be reelected. Facts, figures and other statistics at Immigration Counters.

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Jul 7, 2010, 11:02 am
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It is Time to clean house in November and any primaries elections forthcoming? The illegal immigration ultimatum began when Scott Brown crushed Democrat, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley. This is warning to Liberal-Communist Democratic-Republican thinkers, who believe we should let the rest of the world into America, without penalty. The Grand Canyon state has been under incredulous hardship as being the first step by illegal aliens and criminals, before they branch out into every corner of the United States. California cities as many—Sanctuary Cities—throughout America are equally to blame for subsidizing illegal alien families. Arizona’s lawmakers under the direction of State Sen. Russell Pierce finally had no choice, but to try and impose immigration policies, because the federal government has been reined back by powerful influences given campaign dollars, favors from corporate bankers. Then outside the business community, is the dark side of large radical groups, led by the La Raza entity. The ACLU has background of being pro-Communist and will sue any small poor community as a backlash of any laws that severs local government in stopping the occupation of illegal foreigners into our sovereign nation.

The Catholic church and other religious groups have seen the emergent block of foreign nationals to fill pews in their shrinking congregations—all part of the open border agenda.  No state has remained untouched in supporting monetarily illegal aliens and families. According to FAIR, (Federation for American Immigration Reform) Illegal Immigration expenditures have reached $113 Billion annually as a Drain on U.S. Taxpayers. With a very large plus of $60 billion dollars earned by illegal aliens in the U.S. each year. This being Mexico’s largest revenue streams (after exports and oil sales) consists of money sent home by legal immigrants and illegal aliens working in America.

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Jul 7, 2010, 1:03 pm
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A submarine.  Now there’s a great idea.  Even though the Santa Cruz is a “navigable river,” such a smuggling device would most likely work best up and down the east coast of the U.S.  Let the liberals in New England deal with this for a while.  See if they finally understand what we’re dealing with here.

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