Yet another bleeding heart!

21 12 2006

Cross Posted by My Country My View

I found this article….. Oh !@# How do I start this?

Anyway just check this out, sadly we have someone else whining about how sad and bad we are for the actions that were taken during the ICE raids.

I think it’s pretty good although I don’t feel one bit sorry for anyone.
You all know already how COLD and CALLOUS I am.

The comments are pretty good also.

I can’t forget to back-up my words with a few links on the hard-working ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADERS though.

FACTS AND MYTHS

DISTORTION


And a quick FLASH FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE!

ALSO POSTING ON ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADERS

The American Dream From Christi @ COMMON SENSE AMERICA

Legal workers sue Swift for favoring illegal workers- and a few other thoughts.
From LEANING STRAIGHT UP.

Operation Cockroach From INMUSCATINE -And-
Vilsack Chilly to ICE

Going after Employers of Illegals From MORNING COFFEE

MCDC chapter started in Georgia FROM TAKE BACK GEORGIA

From The Herald Journal

Immigration dialogue a must

To the editor:

The effects of the events of last week when armored immigration officials took illegal immigrants from their workplace in six states are only beginning to be felt. The men and women that were taken into custody left behind families with children, many of whom are American citizens. Picture this, on Tuesday there were children who were not picked up at schools and daycare centers around Cache Valley. On Wednesday, families that lost their sole breadwinner were left without food to eat. What is going to happen to these families and children in the weeks to come should concern all of us.

Dare I ask of what is to become of the AMERICAN breadwinners that have lost their jobs due to the fact that an ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADER has either taken a job that an AMERICAN needs or that they simply BORROWED their Social Security Number?

What can we expect as the benefits to justify this human tragedy? Yes, the individuals taken into custody likely broke the law, and it is important that we remain a nation based on laws. But can we realistically expect these raids to have any major impact on illegal immigration?

Hell yeah we can! Keep it up and maybe they will all go home!

We know why people come illegally to our country — to provide a better life for their families.

HOW MANY TIMES HAVE I HEARD THIS CRAP

Unlike where they come from, here there are opportunities. The demand for unskilled and low-skilled labor is great in this country. While it may seem offensive or awkward to acknowledge, we know that they are doing jobs that most of us, you included, would not want to do.

AND THIS!

A real solution will require a more meaningful dialogue. For example, some have advocated holding companies accountable. If companies like Swift were held to be socially, legally, and financially responsible for those they hire, they would be pushing for legislation that allows them to bring workers to fulfill their labor needs.

Yeah right!

But dialogue would be needed as such programs would result in pressure for companies to provide health care and other benefits to their workers. And you know the argument — that would be too expensive. In the meantime, we the taxpayers cover the cost as families around the country are shattered and then provided with crisis services.

It doesn’t much matter I can tell you of my personal experience with ILLEGAL CRIMINAL INVADERS.
Do you really think that all they do is work?

NO! I know… How do you think they can afford to drive those big fancy trucks and buy their children all the gold they are wearing?
Yeah, they work!
They also collect Welfare, Foodstamps. and Medicaid!

A real dialogue about immigration reform would also require that we consider our foreign policy. It is time to accept the fact that unless the countries around the USA become prosperous, people in those countries will do whatever they can to come to our country. This problem is confronting European countries because of labor shortages. Certainly, the United States can not be held responsible for the mismanagement and corruption of governments in Latin America. But, we are affected by these problems, and, as the most powerful country in this hemisphere we can put pressure and develop policies that encourage development and prosperity for all.

Talkin out your???

My fellow Americans, please write to our policy makers and demand a realistic dialogue about immigration reform.

Patria de Lancer Julnes

River Heights

WHOA-FACTS &MYTHS wrote on December 21, 2006 5:04 AM:“I am surprised and disheartened to see such uninformed remarks about HUMANS that cross our borders for a better life….They often times pay with their lives and their children’s lives. They die crossing the border to come here. Once they are here, they start working,,,and you need a Social Security Card to work…then they work very,very hard trying to stay uner the radar,and yet live a life and provide a better life for their children….What is so wrong about that???? We do not realize how fornuate we are in this country do we???? Why are we so selfish and so cruel not to realize this…???”

On Taxes. wrote on December 21, 2006 12:29 AM:“That undocumented immigrants don’t pay taxes is an urban myth. The VAST majority have taxes taken out of their checks just like the rest of us. Fill out as many dependents as they can? I don’t know a single person in my life who doesn’t try to get every tax break they can through write-offs, dependents, deductions, etc. This is their right, and immigrants are no worse than any of us IF they indeed do that. Plus, immigrants pay the same sales tax as you our me when purchasing items in our local economy. They pay taxes. PERIOD. Drain on the system? Nope. If they are undocumented they are not eligible for welfare benifits, and are not wasting ANY of our state resources in that way. Another race-baited myth. People need to get their immigrant facts straight before spewing hate.”

Very Good Letter! wrote on December 21, 2006 12:25 AM:“I am glad that there are still some people in Cache Valley with Christian values. They are few and far between on all of the comment boards on this site. This letter addresses some major points– that until foreign policy is changed to help our neighbors economically, we can expect lots more undocumented workers– and that people need to keep in mind that of the 12 million estimated undocumented immigrants in the U.S.– over 7 million of them are from mixed families– meaning that the husband may be a citizen while the wife is still working on it. 7 million! We show a true disregard for “family values” when we split up 7 million families that way. Also– keep in mind– that being an undocumented worker is a procedural crime… it is not even a felony. It does not deserve the hatred it’s getting.”

Pat wrote on December 20, 2006 10:43 PM:“Someone without a name like normal said… “Maybe they should put up a fence to keep people like you in” Maybe we should put up a fence and keep people like you out! Of the USA that is! People like you have no respect for the laws of this country. If you would give aid to illegals, you are breaking the law as well. Hello! These people broke the law OK! They broke the law! Start standing up for your own country and it’s laws!”

WHAT??!! wrote on December 20, 2006 9:06 PM:” They’ve risked everything to make a better life for their children? The same argument can be made about a bank robber!”

Whoa here wrote on December 20, 2006 6:54 PM:“You know I would do anything to make a better life for my child….why are you so angry EXCUSE ME….they have risked everything to make a better life for them and their children and you do not understand that??? I would rather be in a room full of illegal people than a room full of people like you….I hope you are never in a foreign country….and never want a better life for your children….I think you had better stay in Cache County for a very long time…Maybe they should put up a fence to keep people like you in….and away from the rest of us….”

verlo wrote on December 20, 2006 11:29 AM:“How does paying taxes work when you are using a stolen social security card?”

Gilberto Urroz wrote on December 20, 2006 10:27 AM:“Patria: Your letter to the editor is a jewel: eloquent and to the point. A dialogue on immigration is definitely needed. A dialogue where points are exposed and backed up with facts, not unfounded statements like those exposed by the previous post. It will be nice if people make a point to back it up with facts. Where is the evidence about the tax abuse from illegal immigrants? I don’t have evidence to the contrary, but would like to see the evidence for the tax abuse. Care to share it “they pay taxes?””

they pay taxes?? wrote on December 20, 2006 10:10 AM:“Most of them claim as many dependants as they can, and then do not pay their taxes at the end of the year. If the tax man comes after them they crawl into their holes and come back with a new ID, leaving the people who’s identity they stole to pay those taxes, or wait for 4 years for it to clear off their record. Pay taxes bullcrap”

Pat wrote on December 20, 2006 9:47 AM:“Close the borders!”

Kyle wrote on December 20, 2006 9:37 AM:“Hey, Excuse Me, what did you do to become a citizen? Oh, right, you were born here. So, if you don’t think those kids should be citizens “just because they were born here”, then maybe you shouldn’t be considered a citizen either. How about them apples?”

whoa/excuse me wrote on December 20, 2006 7:44 AM:“A little bitter now are you. Man what did they ever do to you?? A drain on our society?? How can you say that without understanding what you are talking about?? These were all hard working people paying their taxes, Taxes were taken out of their paychecks, were they not. Now the children wil be in the system because they have no parents to take of them. No many of these ILLEGAL people were not on welfare they were at work when they were swept away from their families”

EXCUSE ME wrote on December 20, 2006 6:38 AM:“MY MOM ALWAYS TOLD ME IF YOU DO THE CRIME YOU DO THE TIME. ALL YOU SO CALLED DO GOODERS ARE RUNNING YOUR MOUTHS ABOUT THE POOR PICKED ON ILLEGALS WELL SINCE WHEN DOES IT BECOME MY PROBLEM AND EVERYONE ELSES PROBLEM WHEN THEY CHOSE TO BREAK THE LAW AND AS FAR AS I AM CONCERNED JUST BECAUSE THEY WERE BORN HERE DOES NOT MAKE THEM CITIZENS. IF THERE PARENTS ARE HERE ILLEGALLY ALL THEY DO IS BECOME A DRAIN ON OUR SOCIETY. SO DO NOT EXPECT SYMPATHY FROM ME BECAUSE I DONT CARE. AND AS FOR WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE REST OF THE FAMILY WELL THEY WILL DO WHAT THEY KNOW BEST THEY WILL BECOME PART OF OUR WELFARE SYSTEM THAT THEY ARE PROBABLY ALREADY A MEMBER OF.”

**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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