Candlelight Vigil for Illegal Immigrants/ CRIMINAL INVADERS!

18 12 2006

Cross Posted by My Country My View


FROM
kcrg.com

So the citizens of Cedar Rapids in Des Moines Iowa are holding a candlelight vigil for the
ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADERS that were busted breaking the law?

How many AMERICANS are now facing an uncertain future due to the fact that they are having to pay back the IRS because ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADERS have used their SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS?

What about all the Americans suffering due to ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADERS and the crimes that they commit?

CRIME VICTIMS OF ILLEGAL ALIENS

WHAT ABOUT JOBS LOST DUE TO ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADERS?

Job Displacement

I know I sound cold, I know that these people are human.
My heart goes out to the children but what about are own children?
Should we throw our own away
?

Who has been hurt the most? AMERICANS THAT’S WHO!

I feel for the families and their children I really do.

I have a family of my own though.

The AMERICAN FAMILY.

Where are the vigils for the victims of my family in all of this?
Has the AMERICAN FAMILY been forgotten.
Do we matter anymore?

Candlelight Vigil for Illegal Immigrants

By Mark Geary, Reporter

CEDAR RAPIDS – People gathered in Des Moines Sunday to pray for illegal immigrants facing an uncertain future.

Last week, the government detained hundreds of immigrant workers at swift and company meat packing plants in six states including Iowa.

The special service focused on immigration reform and support for families.

People of every race, religion, age and gender came together to pray for immigration reform.

Few have had contact with the detainees or the families they left behind.

“It’s like taking inventory after a disaster. Who’s been hurt the most? Who’s lost the breadwinner?” Armando Villareal said.

Very few, if any, family members came to the service because many of them fear if they show their faces in public, the government will go after them as well.

Some people in the crowd have briefly spoken to the detained immigrants.

“They’re praying. They are worried. They don’t know what’s going to happen to their children,” Marina Caeiro said.

Songs about unity and togetherness united the crowd during the bilingual service.

The program ended with a candlelight vigil and a traditional Christmas song that took on a whole new meaning…”Silent Night.”

Families lives now feel incomplete as silence fills their homes while they await an uncertain future.

Many of the people in crowd plan to start a letter writing campaign to local lawmakers. They want the state and the government to re-evaluate its immigration laws.

YES WE DO, BUT NOT AT THE RISK OF AMERICANS!

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII). If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let Brian know at what level you would like to participate.

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