Skip to comments.Critics lash out at immigration bills during Capitol rally
Posted on 05/07/2012 4:05:08 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
_ Chants in English and Spanish echoed through the Capitol dome Monday during a rally against bills that critics say would hurt ordinary citizens even as they try to clamp down on illegal immigration.More than 300 demonstrators crowded onto the stairways and balconies of the Capitol rotunda during the 90-minute long bilingual rally where speakers compared more than a dozen bills before the House and Senate to tough immigration legislation passed in Arizona and Alabama.Lorenzo Montalvo, an organizer with JUNTOS, the south-Philadelphia based immigrant advocacy group that organized the event, spoke out against the bills through a translator. "These [bills] are one more attack on our rights as human beings," he said.
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"Employers would lose good employees, and people would lose jobs," he said.If you need illegals you deserve to lose your business..Related..NEW BEDFORD About 50 people have lost their jobs at Kyler Seafood after the company told them their documents had been flagged during a recent review by immigration officials, advocates for illegal immigrants said today.For me, its an attack on the immigrant community, said Ventura, estimating that about 50 Kyler workers have been affected. Its a psychological raid. So using fake or stolen documents committing fraud and lying on I-9 tax forms illegals want to claim breaking the law is a psychological raid.
Remind me of the last time Mexico, El Salvador or Panama allowed people living there illegally to protest in their capitols... I’ll wait...
Can't make this stuff up
You can't even speak the native language and you think you should have a voice in the political process?
1. Go home
2. Study English
3. Apply for citizenship
4. Qualify for citizenship
Until then, STFU and GTFO...
‘According to Rodriguez, a separate bill before the Senate could deny people the ability to access vital publicly funded programs such as food stamps and health insurance for children. “[The Senate bill] is one of the most cruel laws ever proposed,” he said.’
Well, it’s cruel to take my money to aid and abet illegality and besides im vitally in need of money to feed and insure myself and my own family, you all...
and dont forget to consider the inestimable MR Beck and his Gumballs.....no discussion of immigration should go forth without both sides being made to watch this...go here and watch this! ...
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