Give us all of your tired, hungry and poor – they work hard!

The rallies are not a problem…. There is nothing wrong with illegal aliens demanding instant amnesty and US citizenship.

Illegal aliens have gotten away with so much already, why shouldn’t they demand more? Professional journalists and columnists never question whether they should be here at all, but offer up endless sob stories about disrupted, poor, and broken families, items about all the taxes illegals (supposedly) pay, how diligently and earnestly these (desperate) people work and how much they’ve added to the economy, ad nauseum. A journalist has never met a law breaking poor person they’ve never felt sympathy for, because poverty legitamizes criminal behavior.

It’s not as though illegal aliens broke any laws to get to America, right? So what, if they’ve falsified documents? Not a problem and certainly not a crime, right? So what, if they purchase a car and drive without a license and insurance, it’s not a crime, right? So what, if they use emergency rooms for free health care? So what, if they have children right away to make it harder to be departed?

I certainly don’t have any animosity towards people who “come here for a better life”. Isn’t that what America is all about? What’s the fuss over a few laws? Laws are for tax paying US citizens to obey, for everyone else they are delicate suggestions.

The United Nations often puts out a report that a billion people are poor, starving, diseased, dying young, and living on only one dollar per day. The way I look at it – following the logic of the news media – they should all be marching in their home countries demanding US citizenship too!

If some of our congresspeople could find a way to pander to a billion poor people and obtain more power from it, they would initiate legislation pronto. I know President Bush wouldn’t veto it. He actually said that, “Family values don’t end at the Rio Grande.”

Isn’t he special?

The 10 to 20 million folks who’ve snuck into the country over the past decade will probably get their amnesty bill. It’s not like Congress ever expects anyone to follow the laws they write. Heck, half of them don’t even read the bills they sign on to. And as we all know, whatever federal laws Congress pass they are exempt from.

Oh, what a country!

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Immigration rallies held across U.S. – U.S. Life – MSNBC.com

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One Reply to “Give us all of your tired, hungry and poor – they work hard!”

  1. Illegals are the new slaves. They have done trmendous work over the last 20 year sand have been tremendously exploited! American people and businesses want them here. And when I say American people, I mean the middle class w $50 house cleaners. They raise their kids mostly by themselves and most dont even receive handouts and most do pay taxes. They ar disporportionately poorer and even you ignorant blacks would’nt be on welfare if it wasnt for them. Everyone else gets richer off of them. Do your homework! We need them. America isnt THAT rich. We love cheaper labor. We dont want to legalize them to keep them in their place with no rights. We even allow them to press 2 for spanish so they dont learn english and move forward. Funny your black but you cant see injustice and slavery in your face. Perhaps you’re too pampered to notice. In most countries there is no welfare or health care. They come here because “papers” are impossible to get and only for the better off foreigners, who wont work immigrant jobs.

    GoldenAh: Africans were imported to America against their will or were somehow gyped into coming here. Native Americans were used as slaves as well. Since that was over 400 years ago, who knows what really happened. Although the horrific details are widely available. Find a library or use Google. Historical information is your friend.

    People who sneak into any sovereign nation, without proper authorization, do so voluntarily. No one is making them slaves. Nor is anyone entitled to come to the US, and receive the rights of citizenship, just because their home country is a corrupt inequitable cesspool without generous social welfare services. However, with the state of the US economy today, opportunities are more likely to be better in the home countries of illegal aliens.

    This might go over your head, but let me provide you with a logical example of illegal immigration. Just because someone is able to break into your house, take residence in one of the rooms, use up the electrically, water and gas – although they may occasionally pay some bills – doesn’t change the fact they don’t belong there in the first place. And then to expect you to speak their language goes beyond the pale of arrogance.

    Everyone assumes that black Americans are the largest beneficiaries of welfare. White women are, but don’t let facts get in the way of your race baiting. Black Americans have been persecuted enough by this country, which produces a wealth of social and economic problems. Issues like those won’t be resolved overnight, it may take another generation or so.

    I don’t know who this “we” business is with regards to cheap labor. I don’t exploit people. I am quite willing, having done so, paid more for American citizen labor. I live in NJ, so it’s not like I don’t know everything is expensive. That’s fine with me.

    Yes, I am very pampered. Thanks for noticing, but I realize you are truly incapable of realizing or understanding why.

    Just because I am black does not make me sympathetic to people you “think” are slaves, or that I would identify with slaves. I don’t care for lawbreakers. Using poverty and hardship as justification, we should all be able to rob banks and every person on the street. This kind of mentality only leads to chaos. I’ve lived through enough blackouts and riots to respect and appreciate the law.

    So, please, take your racist patronizing condescension and shove it.

    Thanks for stopping by. 😀

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