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Arizona’s Next Wave of Immigrants

June 8, 2010

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From here via here.

And before some idiot makes some comment about me not knowing anything about the situation in Arizona … I’ve lived in Arizona for the past 16 years and plan to do so for quite some time longer.

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  1. Marilyn
    June 16, 2010 at 1:48 am

    Some like it hot, a very sun kissed Arizona

  2. Bugz
    June 19, 2010 at 11:47 pm

    So Americans are immigrants in your view? Gawd you have a warped view of this country…I suggest you go move to Cuba or Mexico….k…love it or leave it.

  3. June 20, 2010 at 10:09 am

    Bugz :

    So Americans are immigrants in your view?

    *cough*

  4. j.ladd
    June 28, 2010 at 11:31 am

    Hmmm, if I migrate from VA to a Western State, as I have, am I not an immigrant in the eyes of Westerners who were born and raised there?

  5. rds
    June 30, 2010 at 7:46 am

    Bugz :
    …I suggest you go move to Cuba or Mexico….k…love it or leave it.

    Wrong conclusion; this is my country, and possibly yours too if you follow the rules of treating people fairly and work to make this place better for everyone.

  6. Mad Jayhawk
    July 3, 2010 at 9:34 am

    Having happily lived in a very diverse Arizona for 12 years, I am, as just about everyone one I know no matter what their nationality or race is, are sick of the illegal immigration situation in this state. We have been invaded. Not convinced? Think that this state is redneck heaven? Grab your camping gear and head for Pinal County and camp out for a week in the desert there like Arizonians used to. Oh, make sure you bring your body armor and maybe a serious weapon to protect yourself with. The people, we call them illegals, who pass through this area are very armed and very dangerous. Now if you think that is over the top, talk to your local sanctuary city leaders and tell them that you DEMAND that they send buses to Arizona to pick up the illegals we are tired of supporting with healthcare, education, welfare, and prison facilities. It is bankrupting our state. We will empty out our jails, safe houses, schools, and hospital waiting rooms and put these nice, well-armed folks on your bus then when they pull up to your house you can really show some liberal compassion by taking them in instead of just talking about it. We will be waiting for your bus to arrive. Until then we are encouraging our police officers to enforce the laws because we know the Democrats, Obama and the federal government won’t. READ THE LAW. Like the Obama administration hasn’t.

  7. Fernando Sanchez
    July 3, 2010 at 2:25 pm

    People…Are ya all idiots…? These whole IMMIGRATION bull is just another smoke screen for RICH POLITICIANS (Republican…Democrats) TO SCREW MAIN STREET AMERICA…Five TRILLION dollars have been loot FROM SOCIAL SECURITY to finance bail outs, tax breaks for rich….Wake up and get our head out of our….

  8. DaviDDii
    July 5, 2010 at 11:12 pm

    Learn to speak and write English Sanchez!

  9. Kane
    July 6, 2010 at 2:47 pm

    You can’t understand just how bad the situation is unless you live or at least have spent a lot of time in AZ. It’s so easy for everyone to sit back in their comfortable homes and criticize when most of them would take AZ’s side if they lived there for just a short period of time.

  10. July 6, 2010 at 2:52 pm

    Kane :

    most of them would take AZ’s side if they lived there for just a short period of time.

    Having lived there for the past 16 years, I disagree. Be careful with your generalizations.

  11. Kane
    July 6, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    One more thing, for the President to criticize AZ’s government and for Congress to tolerate the Mex Prez comments without significant response is bullcrap. We have a piece of $@$% president and that was just another perfect example. In my 45 years, I have never felt the way about a sitting president the way I do about Obama. By the way, for you racists out there about to accuse me of racism, the election of a black president was one of the greatest moments in my lifetime. I was elated, even though I knew we were putting a fool into office.

  12. Kane
    July 6, 2010 at 2:54 pm

    John M. Lynch :

    Kane :
    most of them would take AZ’s side if they lived there for just a short period of time.

    Having lived there for the past 16 years, I disagree. Be careful with your generalizations.

    I didn’t say everyone, just most… or say a majority. Take a look at your elections and it speaks for itself. The next one will go the same way.

  13. July 6, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    Make generalizations about Arizona (while posting from Florida)? Check.

    Insult the President? Check. Check.

    Accuse folks of being racist because they disagree with you and a law that if not racist in intent will be in implementation? Check.

    Insert some garble about ‘elections’ when SB 1070 has nothing to do with them? Check.

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