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Friday, June 9, 2006

Illegals Have A Get Out Of Jail Free Card... (09:54PM)

Fox News

John Morganelli, District Attorney for Northampton County, Pa., probably had no idea what he was in for last week when his office appeared before Judge Leonard Zito for the conviction and sentencing of 27 individuals accused of using false and stolen social security numbers.

Morganelli’s investigators had worked for months to prosecute the group, 14 of which had not simply used false social security numbers, but had stolen and used the social security numbers of law-abiding people.

But although every one of the defendants pleaded guilty, Judge Zito refused to impose any period of incarceration, nor did he fine the defendants. Zito based his decision on the fact that the defendants were all illegal aliens, remarking that they should never have been arrested in the first place because the men committed the crimes “strictly for the purpose of working.”

Zito’s decision not to administer the law not only demonstrates how politicized the bench has become in recent years, but is another example of a wave of judicial activism in which judges have used their positions not just to interpret and apply existing law, but, according to many critics, to legislate from the bench. The most high profile example of this has been the Massachusetts Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage, which in effect legalized unions the legislature had not.

In fact, the wide passing of ballot initiatives banning gay marriage in states across the country on Nov. 2 is believed by many observers to be, at least in part, an expression of the public's lack of confidence in the courts.

This lack of confidence is based on the hard reality that there are now certain courts that have a reputation for “interpreting” the law in a way that is reliable and favorable to certain groups. This is one of the reasons that opponents of the Pledge of Allegiance’s reference to God went to a court within the 9th Circuit when they brought an action against schools to strike god from the Pledge on 1st Amendment grounds.

Citizens, however, do have some tools to combat such political activism on the bench. In almost all states, any judge who states on the record that he or she refuses to follow prevailing law violates a code of judicial conduct. This can result in sanction and can, in particularly egregious cases, removal from the bench.

A judge with an agenda, though, usually has developed ways to protect himself. Several years ago, a judge hearing a string of abortion protest cases was fond of saying “The laws of the State of New York do not apply here, my law applies here,” but directing the court stenographer to turn off her equipment first.

Seeking a writ of mandamus (search), which compels action by an official, is also something that an ordinary citizen can attempt, though the circumstances in which a judge can be compelled to make a desired decision are extremely limited if they exist at all. Aside from being overturned on appeal, judges do their jobs with surprisingly few checks on the decisions they make, and appellate courts (search) give judges like Northampton County’s Zito wide latitude in sentencing.

This is one of the main reasons that the ballot initiative (search) has taken off in recent years. In days after Nov. 2, every major media outlet discussed the influence of gay marriage ban initiatives (search) on voter turnout. People, it seems, are hungry to create the laws at the voting booth that their legislatures will not, and are concerned about how the courts will fill any void or gap in the law.

By Monday morning of this week, Judge Zito’s sentencing decision was being spoken of among at least one group of men looking for work in North Hampton. Let's hope they won't "interpret" his decision as a ready-made defense for the crime of identity theft.

District Attorney John M. Morganelli has cited the INS as being grossly uncooperative in going after immigration violators. “Unfortunately, while the influx of illegal aliens continues at full throttle, as a local prosecutor I can honestly say that there is little to no help from the federal government concerning this issue,” Morganelli said. He told of a case involving 12 illegal aliens committing identity fraud using Social Security numbers. Yet immigration agents “discourage this type of investigation,” he said.

Last week on Bill O'Reilly, Morganelli cited an example of the inability or unwillingness of the INS to assist him, if the illegals are Mexican.

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But Your Honor, I'm Too Short For Prison... (09:34PM)

A judge said a 5-foot-1 man convicted of sexually assaulting a child was too small to survive in prison, and gave him 10 years of probation instead.

His crimes deserved a long sentence, District Judge Kristine Cecava said, but she worried that Richard W. Thompson, 50, would be at a disadvantage in prison due to his height.

"You are a sex offender, and you did it to a child," she said. But, she said, "That doesn't make you a hunter. You do not fit in that category."

Thompson will be electronically monitored the first four months of his probation, and he was told to never be alone with someone under age 18 or date or live with a woman whose children were under 18. Cecava also ordered Thompson to get rid of his pornography.

He faces 30 days of jail each year of his probation unless he follows its conditions closely. This kills me, 30 days for each year of probation. Even if he blew it all, thats only 300 days. He was convicted of penetrating a 13 year old girl with his finger. He should have received a minimum of 20 years.

"I want control of you until I know you have integrated change into your life," the judge told Thompson. "I truly hope that my bet on you being OK out in society is not misplaced."

State Attorney General Jon Bruning was preparing an appeal of the sentence, arguing that it is too lenient.

Tiffany Jones, 30, of Lodgepole, works in Sidney and is organizing demonstrations at the county courthouse and gathering signatures seeking Cecava's resignation. Jones said she's already gotten about 700 signatures as of Wednesday and she hoped to submit the signatures along with a complaint to the state commission that disciplines judges by the end of the week.

Source: FOXnews

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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Today Is A Day Of Sadness... (04:32PM)

I just learned that fellow blogger, Nickie Goomba has passed away. Nickie had without a doubt one of the best blogs out there. Not a day would go by that I would not read his blog.

His humor and great writings will be missed...

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Thursday, May 4, 2006

God Curse America! (07:28AM)

Yesterday, a Jury sentenced Zacarias Moussaoui to life in prison without the possibility of parole. This morning U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema formally Sentenced Moussaoui.

U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema got the last word Thursday as she formally handed down a lifetime prison sentence for Zacarias Moussaoui.

"You will die with a whimper," Brinkema told the Al Qaeda conspirator — since he will never be allowed to speak publicly again — as she sentenced him to life in prison without the possibility of parole for his role in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

Moussaoui got one last chance to speak publicly Thursday before he is sent to a super-maximum security prison with little to no contact with the outside world. And he used the opportunity to taunt the United States once again, as he has done during various outbursts throughout his trial.

"We will come back one day. You will never get him. God curse America. God save Usama bin Laden. You will never get him," Moussaoui said.

He added: "I destroyed life" ... "maybe one day she (victim's family member) can think how many people the CIA has destroyed their life."

"America, you lost. I won," he said Wednesday, clapping his hands as he was led out of the courtroom.

Reading the jurors' decision outside the Alexandria, Va., courthouse, Edward Adams, the court's public information officer, said the verdict only indicated that the jurors were "not unanimous in favor of a sentence of death."

I can only surmise that there must have been a bleeding heart liberal (very far left, as not to offend some of my friends) that felt the need to allow this worthless individual to continue to live.

President Bush said Wednesday a federal jury that spared the life of al-Qaida conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui did "something that he evidently wasn't willing to do for innocent American citizens."

This guy should have been sentenced to death with the execution coming immediately. It would have been one thing if he had shown some remorse or asked begged for forgiveness and of course his life. But he did not. He continued to taunt the judge and jurors and make a mockery of our justice system.

This was a poor decision by the jury. I can only hope this guy is put in general population and let the boys in the yard "take care of business...

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I posted a piece a few days ago with a bunch of pictures that would make MOST American's blood boil regardless of religion.

You are right, this man is a classic case for the death penalty. My true fear is that he will get his setence commuted someday.

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Friday, April 28, 2006

Spanish National Anthem??? (08:27PM)

Before I get in to this post, I would like to make it clear that while I have no personal issues with individuals who come in to this country and become a legal citizens. My beef is with the people who come in (and not just from Mexico) and expect to live off of our tax dollars.

The United States of America is a country made up of all kinds of people. All nationalities, all races. BUT, this is The United States of America. It is not Mexico, it is not Canada, or China, or Japan, or Iraq, or Russia.

Today, a version of the Star Spangled Banner was released in Spanish. Ok, this pisses me off. If you went to any of the countries I mentioned earlier and asked them to allow an English version of their national anthem, we would be would be laughed out of there country.

Yet it is permissible to do this here. Oh, but we cannot complain about anyone being in our country illegally.

From FOXnews:

MIAMI — British music producer Adam Kidron says that when he came up with the idea of a Spanish-language version of the U.S. national anthem, he saw it as an ode to the millions of immigrants seeking a better life.

But in the week since Kidron announced the song — which features artists such as Wyclef Jean, hip-hop star Pitbull and Puerto Rican singers Carlos Ponce and Olga Tanon — it has been the target of a fierce backlash.

Some Internet bloggers and others are infuriated by the thought of the "Star-Spangled Banner" sung in a language other than English.

"Would the French accept people singing the La Marseillaise in English as a sign of French patriotism? Of course not," said Mark Krikorian, head of the Washington-based Center for Immigration Studies, a think tank that supports tighter immigration controls.

Today President Bush came out against the Spanish version with the following:

"I think the national anthem ought to be sung in English, and I think people who want to be a citizen of this country ought to learn English and they ought to learn to sing the national anthem in English."

He made his remarks on the matters during a wide-ranging briefing with reporters.

"I think people who want to be citizens of this country ought to learn English," Bush said.

Well I don't understand something then, if Bush is pro English, then why would we need a version of the White House website written in Spanish? It's not written in any other language.

H/T Michelle Malkin for the pic.

President Bush, practice what you preach and have the Spanish of your website removed.

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Thursday, April 27, 2006

How Do Mexican Citizens Really Feel? (08:00PM)

I wrote a post on the L.A. Immigration Protest that is supposed to take place on Monday, May 1st. There are a couple of individuals who left comments on that post that are seriously raising the question of how many Mexicans are in agreement with Osama bin Laden?

I normally do not engage with individuals who comment on my blog, but I felt I must disclose this...

i can only hope you country burns in hell.. and that the US Immigration Office burns too, with YOUR heritage.

oh by the way, not only Osama wants ya'll dead.. so watch your back.

you live in your fancy "world" only because you have them wetbacks working their asses off for you.. and you have us the REAL americans buying your products, but HEY that's not gonna happen anymore, if you don't sell you will crash.. or what? can you support that too?

all i can say is F U K America.. thanks for giving me the Freedom of speech assholes... there's my email for anyone with enough brains to write.
|| Posted by Xavier, April 27, 2006 08:31 AM ||

Xavier invites anyone who wants to write:

It appears that Xavier has a follower:

Yeah!! that's my man Xavi! You heard it bithces, watch your asses. May 1st, you will not believe your eyes when you see ALL the real cultures standing together in such a beautiful cause. I hope, and i strongly believe it will give very good results. || Posted by CuTY, April 27, 2006 08:38 AM ||

CuTY left the following contact information:

While I am not posting their IP address, both IP's are located in Mexico.

Folks, the time has come. We MUST secure our borders. Otherwise, our next act of terrorism could very easily come from a country we thought to be somewhat friendly...

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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

I'm Going To Mexico, And I wonder.... (07:33PM)

...if I will be treated in Mexico as they are treated here??? I received this as a joke from a friend, but it tells a true story.

Dear President Bush:

I'm about to plan a little trip with my family and extended family,
and I would like to ask you to assist me. I'm going to walk across
the border from the U.S. into Mexico, and I need to make a few
arrangements. I know you can help with this.

I plan to skip all the legal stuff like visas, passports,
immigration quotas and laws. I'm sure they handle those things the
same way you do here.

So, would you mind telling your buddy, President Vicente Fox, that
I'm on my way over? Please let him know that I will be expecting
the following:

1. Free medical care for my entire family.

2. English-speaking government bureaucrats for all services I might
need, whether I use them or not.

3. All government forms need to be printed in English.

4. I want my kids to be taught by English-speaking teachers.

5. Schools need to include classes on American culture and history.

6. I want my kids to see the American flag flying on the top of the
flag pole at their school with the Mexican flag flying lower down.

7. Please plan to feed my kids at school for both breakfast and

8. I will need a local Mexican driver's license so I can get easy
access to government services.

9. I do not plan to have any car insurance, and I won't make any
effort to learn local traffic laws.

10. In case one of the Mexican police officers does not get the
memo from Pres. Fox to leave me alone, please be sure that all
police officers speak English.

11. I plan to fly the U.S. flag from my house top, put flag decals
on my car, and have a gigantic celebration on July 4th. I do not
want any complaints or negative comments from the locals.

12. I would also like to have a nice job without paying any taxes,
and don't enforce any labor laws or tax laws.

13. Please tell all the people in the country to be extremely nice
and never say a critical word about me, or about the strain I might
place on the economy.

I know this is an easy request because you already do all these
things for all the people who come to the U.S. from Mexico. I am
sure that Pres. Fox won't mind returning the favor if you ask him

However, if he gives you any trouble, just invite him to go quail
hunting with your V.P.

Thank you so much for your kind help.


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This blog has become a tool for "ignorance and racism on both sides of the immigrant issue". The Immigrant Experience has always been about ECONOMICS for the families and businesses, instead of responding with hate and lies why not educate people about the historical perspective of immigration in this country given that we are all sons and daughters of immigrants with exception of the NATIVE AMERICANS whose land was taken by force, like their children, and their culture and languages erased by laws and killing throughout the AMERICAS.
Furthermore, for the record most immigrants have a history of hard work , and most Americans on the welfare rolls happen to be generational families of poverty that were born in the United States. Also, the main beneficiary of our tax dollars happen to be the Social Workers who hold degrees of Bachelor of Arts in Social Work, and receive a large amount of our tax dollars for their occupation,While, the poor and needy receive very little in assistance.The truth that irregardless of whether you are legal or illegal, we all pay local and state taxes when we shop for groceries, clothing, and gas. So yes even immigrants pay some taxes.
This Blog has become a vehicle for ignorance and racism by all sides of the issue. The Blog serves to educate fellow "Americans " on the immigration without a political motive, but rather through a historical perspective of immigration in the United States, that includes the Native American experience.

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:: Isreal Rodriguez de Carvajal April 30, 2006 03:59 PM

I've been an avid reader of this blog for well over 4 months. To say it is an avenue or vehicle for racism is idiotic. I am 100% Conservative, so I do not always agree with this blogs opinion, I do respect the fact they seem to have an opinion that is not racially or politically motivated. They do not "follow" the Republicans or Democrats just because of peer pressure.

So, allow me to be blunt, you are either an illegal alien, or a freaking moron.

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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

It's Tony Snow... (07:06PM)

Last week, this blog reported that Tony Snow would be the next White House Press Secretary. Read more here. It looks like our crystal ball was right.

FOXnews is making the announcement on their site as I type.

WASHINGTON — Tony Snow will be named new White House press secretary on Wednesday morning, FOX News has learned. Snow is expected to be at the White House for the announcement. He has been mulling the offer for the last several days.

I expect to see him at the podium in just a few days, in the press room at the White House," Fred Barnes, editor of The Weekly Standard and a FOX News contributor, said Tuesday.

The talk radio host was given a clean bill of health by his oncologist Tuesday, following a CAT scan and other tests that were undertaken last Thursday. Sources said Snow was President Bush's first choice, but he needed the all-clear from his doctors before he takes the job. Snow is recovering from colon cancer.

Good luck Tony!!!

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Thursday, April 20, 2006

Illegals Out On Bond??? (08:47PM)

Looks like the illegal aliens who are being caught are then deported or let go on bond. Yeah, that make sense to me. Let them go on bond; "Honest your honor, I will show up for court and deportation". Oh yeah, I have a nice piece of property in downtown Manhattan I am looking to sell too, cheap!

Michelle Malkin has a piece that talks about this very issue.

Of the 1,187 detained workers, 275 have already been deported to Mexico. The rest are being processed for deportation, although many may be released on bond.

We either need to get serious about illegal aliens from all countries, or just open our borders.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Scott McClellan Resigns (06:50PM)

With only days on the job, new C.O.S. Josh Bolton isn't wasting any time in making changes to the current Staff.

Today, White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan resigned.

"I'm ready to move on," McClellan said while standing next to President Bush on the South Lawn of the White House.

McClellan, who has served as Bush's spokesman and defender during an especially trying time in the presidency, indicated that his decision was part of an ongoing personnel shake-up in the administration.

"The White House is going through a period of transition; change can be helpful, and this is a good time and good position to help bring about change," he said.

Bush said McClellan had performed a "job well done," and the two touched on their long relationship predating the presidency.

"I thought he handled his assignment with class, integrity," the president said. "It's going to be hard to replace Scott, but nevertheless he made the decision and I accepted it. One of these days, he and I are going to be rocking in chairs in Texas and talking about the good old days."

This blog has learned that Bush plans to tap current FOXnews' Tony Snow for the assignment. While this may be speculation, we feel it will happen.

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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

L.A. Immigration Protest (09:40AM)

It appears that the City of Los Angeles is potentially going to experience a rough day. There is a plot being planned to shut down L.A. Michelle Malkin has a great post on this topic. Read it hear. You may want to go out of your way to avoid the L.A. region.

Apparently, May 1st is the day in which many individuals are planning an immigration boycott.

Here is the letter from their homepage:

Event Details: Support the Fight for Immigrant Workers' Rights Justice for Hurricane Katrina Survivors The People United Will Never Be Defeated!

Dear Sisters and brothers,

We call on you to endorse and organize for the May 1 Great American Boycott 2006 in support of Amnesty and full rights for undocumented workers called by the March 25th Coalition Against HR4437 and many other immigrant organizations. (The May 1 national call is included below). In NYC, The May 1 Great American Boycott 2006 Coalition will rally and march on Monday, May 1 starting at 4:00 pm in UNION SQUARE, on 14th Street in Manhattan.

Be in the Streets on April 10, the national day of action in support of immigrant rights, and in NYC on April 29 for the March for Peace, Justice, and Democracy - and then on to May 1.

This is an issue that all working people and progressive organizations must embrace. The struggle for immigrant rights is a vital part of the struggle against racism and repression, and for the full rights of all working people. Let's all be in the streets on May 1 in support of the call coming from the Los Angeles March 25th Coalition Against HR4437. Organize local protests on May 1. Organize boycotts and student walkouts. Connect local issues that you're organizing around with the struggle for Immigrant Rights. We strongly encourage all who are organizing May 1 events to make sure that their program and demands reflect solidarity with immigrant workers and Hurricane Katrina Survivors. Let's build on the unity and momentum. To Endorse the NYC May 1st Action...

The NY Area May 1 Great American Boycott Supporters

Un llamado en apoyo al 1? de mayo de 2006
"El Gran Paro Americano" por Derechos Inmigrantes

Reuni?n y Marcha
Lunes 1? de mayo
4:00 pm
Union Square

Respalde la lucha por derechos de obreros inmigrantes
Justicia para sobrevivientes del hurac?n Katrina
?El Pueblo Unido Jam?s ser? vencido!

Queridas Hermanas y Hermanos,

Le invitamos a endosar y a organizar para "El Gran Paro Americano 2006" ?ste 1? de mayo en apoyo a amnist?a y derechos completos por trabajador@s indocumentad@s llamado por March 25th Coalition Against HR4437 y muchas otras organizaciones inmigrantes. (El llamado nacional del 1? de mayo es incluido abajo). En la ciudad de Nueva York, la coalici?n del 1? de mayo del Gran Paro Americano 2006 se reunir? y marchar? el lunes 1? de mayo comenzando a las 4:00 P.M. en "UNION SQUARE" en la calle 14 en Manhattan.

Mant?nganse en las calles el 10 de abril, el d?a nacional de acci?n respaldando derechos inmigrantes, tambi?n el 29 de abril en la ciudad de Nueva York en la marcha por la Paz, Justicia, y Democracia - y luego al 1? de mayo.

?ste es un asunto que todo el pueblo obrero y organizaciones progresivas deben abrazar. La lucha por derechos inmigrantes es una parte vital de la lucha contra el racismo y la represi?n, y por derechos completos del pueblo trabajador. Tod@s estemos en las calles el 1? de mayo en apoyo al llamado que viene de la coalici?n de Los ?ngeles llamado March 25th Coalition Against HR4437. Organicen protestas locales ?ste 1? de mayo. Organicen paros y huelgas estudiantiles. Hagan esos enlaces de asuntos locales que usted est? organiz?ndose con la lucha por derechos inmigrantes. Animamos fuertemente a tod@s l@s que est?n organizando los acontecimientos del 1? de mayo que est?n cierto que su programa y demandas reflejen solidaridad con trabajador@s inmigrantes y sobrevivientes del hurac?n de Katrina. D?jenos construir en la unidad y la energ?a. Para Endosar la acci?n del 1? de mayo en NYC...

Partidarios Del Gran Paro Americano 1? de Mayo ?rea Nueva York

Hopefully the city and local businesses are making the necessary preparations to handle this. Also, I am sure there will be MANY illegals aliens present. I can only hope that the US Immigration Office is present.

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:: juan valdez April 23, 2006 07:24 PM

Many immigrants have come to America through our history. Many of them have done so in a correct manner and observe our heritage and what it means to be an American.

Some do not, some just think being here with no auto insurance, having many children that the we all pay for, are on Welfare, Medicare or other State paid benefits, do not file income taxes and appear to have no interest in becoming a Legal Citizen.. yet still believe that America is a great place.

It is. I feel though that if you want to be treated the same as me or any other Legal Citizen, you must abide by our laws, do as we do and face the responsibilities of being an American and not just coast along for the free ride.

I have many friends of Mexican descent and some of them are trying to obtain their citizenship in the correct manner, I approve of this. I do not approve of those who take advantage of "the system" and believe that they are justified.

R White

:: Robert White April 24, 2006 12:36 PM

i can only hope you country burns in hell.. and that the US Immigration Office burns too, with YOUR heritage.

oh by the way, not only Osama wants ya'll dead.. so watch your back.

you live in your fancy "world" only because you have them wetbacks working their asses off for you.. and you have us the REAL americans buying your products, but HEY that's not gonna happen anymore, if you don't sell you will crash.. or what? can you support that too?

all i can say is F U K America.. thanks for giving me the Freedom of speech assholes... there's my email for anyone with enough brains to write.

:: Xavier April 27, 2006 08:31 AM

Yeah!! that's my man Xavi! You heard it bithces, watch your asses. May 1st, you will not believe your eyes when you see ALL the real cultures standing together in such a beautiful cause.
I hope, and i strongly believe it will give very good results.

:: CuTY April 27, 2006 08:38 AM

This is not an immigrant rights protest - it's an illegal immigrant rights protest. It's not fair to all the people that worked so hard to get their citizenship legally. These people need vaccinations, they need to be taught english, and many will probably need some form of social assistance (food stamps, government food programs, welfare, etc). There are reasons why these laws are in place.

:: Dan April 27, 2006 11:15 AM

You will NEVER see a person of Hispanic descent (those who are obviously being targeted) on a street corner asking for money. What you will see, on the other hand, are those same immigrants asking for work, desperately wanting to make their money the honorable way. We are a hard working Race and we contribute tremendous to this booming economy. Have some compassion, WE WERE ALL IMMIGRANTS AT SOME POINT IN OUR FAMILY TREE, do your research…Irish, Italian, Asian, Indian, etc.. Just don’t complain when you’re at the register paying $10 for a bag of grapes.
Educate yourselves, learn your TRUE ENEMY!!!!! We should advertise "The Land Of The Free(sometimes)!"

M. de la Torre

:: M. de la Torre April 27, 2006 11:28 PM


:: MARIA April 28, 2006 10:32 AM

I am a Canadian who jumped through many hoops to live and work in the US. I had a 6-figure job and a company willing to sponsor me, and I was still put through a LOT of CRAP. That was ok with me. It is not my RIGHT to live and work in the US and US Immigration has every right to ask me and anyone else who wants to emigrate to the US to go through whatever process they want!

Look. The bottom line is that wanting some controls over your borders is NOT racism. Immigrants who follow the correct process are welcome in the USA. Does US Immigration need to fix their policies - absolutely, but why should anyone, from any country, have the right to jump ahead of all the other people who are trying to come into the US legally?

Also: using the term "undocumented" does not get around the fact that coming into the country illegally does makes one an ILLEGAL immigrant.

Finally, the companies in the US that hire "undocumented" workers are the most to blame. They need to insist their employees have a valid SSN, and are legally entitled to work in the US. They need to be heavily penalized for not doing so.
US immigration must also change the law so that if a company is willing to sponsor someone legally, no matter what the position, that they may do so, and that the worker who comes into the country for that position has the opportunity to apply legally for residency and eventually citizenship.

If we all play by the rules, then the borders would be more secure, the opportunities will be fairly distributed and open to everyone.

S Mills

:: S. Mills April 29, 2006 04:10 PM

The immigrant issue historically has been about "ECONOMICS", the racial biased is projected by those who are basically "racist" and inject stereotypical fear into the debate.
Let's not get scooped up into "racial politics'', rather lets understand the immigrant issue by anaylisis of basic economics: The agricultural, resturant, construction, and house keeping among other businesses have a business plan to remain competitive locally and internationally: that is make a profit. The consumer that means all "Americans" like to purchase our vegetables, gardeners, cuisine, home improvement workers, car wash at a reasonable price in economics that requires workers with low wages. As "Americans" we have a standard of living that requires good wages, thus I have never heard in my 10 years of teaching a student tell me that he wants to wash cars, pick vegetables, wash dishes for living.
As "consumers" we don't want to pay $8-10 lbs for "American grown" brocolli, corn, etc..we would rather buy imported brocolli, corn etc at $1.99 lbs from Latin American/Asia and the global market would bankrupt our Agricultural business and leave us dependent on vegetables and food from the international market, that would be disasterous to our economy and well being.
So, I would urge congress and my fellow "Americans" to understand that Immigration is an Economical issue, not a "Race" issue and those elected representatives and fellow "Americans" that instill stereotypical fear in this debate are undermining the Globalization of our economy and the competitiveness of other countries like China/India to absorb our businesses.
I believe that the May 1, 2006 march is intended to remind us that withour cheap labor we would be consuming at higher prices and buying imported vegetables and other goods. Our economic system is not as generous and strictly monitor like the European System of Social (Socialist) Democracy .

:: Isreal Rodriguez De Carvajal April 30, 2006 03:26 AM

One thing that should be noted is that for all of you who are not aware, May Day has always been a historical event, its a Worker Holiday celebrated all over the world commemorating the Hay Market Riot of 1886 in Chicago Illinois. Its not ONLY about immigration. However, even if you disagree with what protestors like myself are going to be saying on the 1st, remember where most of your goods come from. Without these people who are willing to take American jobs even Americas wont take, we'd surely see a different face of America.

:: Aaron April 30, 2006 08:20 PM

99.8% of illegal immigrants would do anything in their power to be legalized in America. I know its easy for people to say "fill out the documents and take the stupid test" but it's harder than that... when you realize that it takes YEARS for papers to get filed and processed while you're family is starving because your 16 hour a day job isn't doing anything for them you seek an alternative that WILL put food in their mouthes and a shelter over their heads.
Illegal immigration is however... well ILLEGAL... to just grant all illegal immigrants amnesty is unheard of in my eyes. I'm a first generation Chicana, my family immigrated here from mexico... some illegally and a few the right way. But even I can clearly see that we need reform in this country. Our border policies are a joke, the border needs to be secured predominantly for the threat of terrorist. Although I think i can say that most of the country will concur to that... problem we're dealing with now is the approximate 12 million illegal immigrants already in the U.S. My resolution is to start screening the immigrants that come forward and want to become citizens... if you can prove you've been in the country for a few years and have been contributing to society as well as pass health screens and have not broke the law I think they should be given the opportunity to become citizens.
Illegal immigrants help the economy... that can't be denied. Most illegals employed in the U.S use fake social security numbers to get jobs... so they lose out money in their checks yet never see a dime of it back because they're unable to file taxes. May 1st is for them and supporters like myself to say that "yes we know you make a difference and your voice is being heard" Although I doubt the efforts they're fighting for will be met at least the country and the world knows they tried.

:: darla May 1, 2006 12:29 AM

While I completly understand your desire to want to immigrate to the US...because I myself immigrated. I have I think you are way out of line, in fact disgusting in the way you are going about this. I applied for citizenship, studied months for a very difficult test...and guess what, it was in ENGLISH...who would have thought! In case that is not familiar to is the language spoken here. I also relenquished citizenship in my birth country, GLADLY! I do not fly that countrys flag.
And still you have the nerve to complain about not getting your money back from the IRS. You have put yourselves into this position, AND you are not the only immigrants to ever work hard. The US was built by hard working people.
Yes, everyone here was an immigrant at some point...but you have the distinction of being the only immigrants that are ILLEGAL!
Try becomming part of this country...and if you hat us...leave.
I have never had any issues with this, and I had alot of respect...until now....I frankly dont want to hear your voices...I never knew how stupid you all were.
Shut up and just go home. We will all do fine without you. Especially you are the poster child for this whole movement. And Darla if they would do ANYTHING in thier about applying to immigrate to the US BEFORE you sneak across the border.
No matter how you attempt to spin this....if you came here withought papers you have commited a CRIME. Rule #1...we have laws, they have to be obeyed or else there is anarchy. We obey the laws of the land...what makes you so special that you are above the law? Oh I work hard...ya, that makes you exempt.
I think perhaps you may need to rethink this stratgey.

:: Elizabeth May 1, 2006 02:35 PM

If you don't like America GO Back to your COuntry of ORgin! Do you think your country would tolerate changing your native language, have signs in more than one lanugage, help you birth, feed, and give you better paying jobs.
No Your Country would just bring out the Federales and shoot you in the head, or heard you all up and send you back to where you came from. If you can not come to this country the greatest country in the world The United States OF America, the way everyone else did LEGALLY then go away. Don't go away mad Just Go Away.

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