Skip to comments.Another California City Says ‘No’ to Housing Illegal Immigrants
Posted on 07/24/2014 1:58:47 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The Planning Commission for Escondido, a city just outside of San Diego, voted unanimously, by a 6-0 vote, to reject sheltering Central Americans caught illegally crossing the U.S. southern border.
A proposal to convert a vacant retirement home and create a 96-bed shelter for the illegal border crossers was opposed by many of the neighborhood residents, according to Reuters. Escondido now falls in lock step with Murrieta, California, about 30 miles north of Escondido, where protesters forced busses to make a U-turn and reroute back to the San Ysidro, California Border Patrol station, near the U.S.-Mexico border.
Breitbart News has reported that over 57,000 illegal immigrants, mostly from Central America, have crossed the U.S. border since October, prompting government authorities to come up with temporary housing facilities. The effort to relocate them has caused a huge backlash in cities other than California as well. Attempts to transport the illegals to Oracle, Arizona, near Tucson also motivated huge anti-illegal immigration demonstrations.
"We are not going to tolerate illegals forced upon us," Oracle protester Loren Woods said at a rally in mid-July....
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
Well, thatz odd. Escondido means “hide and seek” but, they don’t wanna play?
Maybe things are looking up...
Ha. Does it really? Well, to esconce does mean to hide away in proper english. These folks don’t Just Say No, they say Hell No! Play that game with somebody who thinks they owe you a favor (like Moonbeam), vs the other way around.
Grammar Nazi thinks you meant “Ensconce”.
Unless your lisp came back...
Planes leave for south and central America every day. Let’s start filling them up. It would cost us a hell of a lot less than this.
Excellent tutorial in grammar but, with an odd “ascent”.
Ending was glorious!
Haters! They must be republicans...or something...huh...huh...huh!
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