Skip to comments.Illegal immigrant pleads with lawmakers Bill targets illegal immigration, drunk driving
Posted on 03/02/2012 4:40:27 PM PST by moonshinner_09
BOSTON, Mass. (WWLP) - Sujapa, an undocumented immigrant from Honduras, pleaded with lawmakers Tuesday to reject a bill that targets illegal immigration.
Its dangerous for me to say, but the reality is that families come here because its a life or death situation at home. We risk dying if we stay and the alternative is to come here, said Sujapa, who would only give her first name.
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State legislators are using this incident to target the immigrant community to propose broader anti-immigrant laws that can really you know create a lot more terror in our community, said Brazilian Immigrant Center Executive Director Natalicia Tracy.
Imagine how terrorize the community feels knowing illegals are out there driving drunk and taking lives.Citizens risk dying becuase illegals break laws that take lives.Its dangerous for me to say, but the reality is that families come here because its a life or death, yes I really believe this... Seems like illegals today kept using, this I face death if I go back, because 50 years ago my life was threaten.If my life was in such grave danger, I sure as hell would not be out and about drinking and driving
I hate to say this but drunk driving by Hispanic males is a huge problem where I live. I’m not saying others are not guilty, I’m just saying that it seems very common in that culture
“We risk dying if we stay and the alternative is to come here, said Sujapa, who would only give her first name.”
Lots of alternatives, sweetheart. There’s Canada, Asia, Europe...
If the illegals home country is so damn bad that they have to come here and tear ours down maybe they should decide enough is enough and take steps to get rid if their own corrupt government. If enough people confront their own government, even if it is only with wooden spears and flaming torches things will change. Ask the French how much was accomplished in WWII by the resistance against National Socialism (Hitler). Now we just have to get rid of our corrupt and self serving government. The ballot box is the first step!
Given the genesis of this case, it appears to be a life or death situation right here.
Same problem the Pilgrims had. However, there over 100 other countries to choose from. Look around.
You know In Mexico, drinking and driving is part of their culture.Illegals in Mexico think in America drinking and driving is no big deal..In Houston... Illegals caused many accidents and hit and runs
“Its dangerous for me to say, but the reality is that families come here because its a life or death situation at home. We risk dying if we stay and the alternative is to come here, said Sujapa”
Run Sujapa’s men relatives through Camp Pendleton’s ITR. After you got enough for a division, send these men back to the shithole Honduras to establish a fair and free society where your children can live in peace. We’ll give you each of you an M-16 and 1,000 rounds of ammo.
These illegals are afraid to go home because they committed the same sort of serious crime there, and they are afraid of justice, not persecution.
And Lybia did it as well. If they can do it, so can central America
Sorry. Taxpayers cannot afford you and our jails are full.
And, when illegals take to the road DRUNK and [in the case of Denice] DO NOT stop AFTER they run someone over [dragging them for BLOCKS], its a life or death situation for LEGAL AMERICANS.
So what is the life and death situation in Honduras?
Either way ...this shouldn’t affect our need to protect ourselves.
So I guess this person is arguing that the entire populations of these countries have a RIGHT to come here and we are evil bastards for not letting them. What a slippery slope. They screwed up their own countries so bad they had to leave and now they are here, screwing up ours. There are 100 million people in Africa, and there are 370 million in South America. By this person’s reckoning, they all should be allowed to move here. Why not? 15 percent of the Mexican population already has.
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