Skip to comments.Valley activists hope to push focus back on immigration reform
Posted on 09/10/2013 6:03:04 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The uncertainty of a U.S. led strike in Syria has shifted Congress' focus to the international crisis, and that has pushed many national issues like immigration reform out of the spotlight.
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Supporters say immigration reform will bring people out of the shadows while bringing dollars into the Fresno economy. ...Right...what shadows are they refering too ? I see illegals every where undocumented and unafraid with Pastors, telling them yes you can.They said bring them out of the shadows,lets bring them out of the shadows for all hospitals debts they refused to pay and lets bring them out the shadows, to all who are using Americans personal information as their own. Lets bring them out of the shadows concerning fraudulent child credits and see how much tax fraud has occurred..Let's bring everything out of the shadows.
Translated title: “Wetbacks Want Welfare”
To heck with everything else! The population of Mexico wants a swing at the Big Pinata!
Oh they'll care enough just as soon as one of the forenamed crisis, or other, affects Uncle Sam's ability to shovel goodies their way.
Third worlders never think of anything but what they can get by running a hustle on the mark.
And they will be relentless about it.
NOTHING else makes any difference because they don't understand ANY of it.
All they know is...Dee Greengo, he got de money...and if we scream loud enough and long enough, he gonna geev it to us....so we gonna scream, 'cuz he's weak
If the U.S. told them to pound sand and threw their collective butts back across the line, they'd understand
It's the way things work where they come from
I always know I’m on the receiving end of a flaming sack when I read the words ‘out of the shadows.’
Let the UN and Russia sort out the Syrian mess.
Let’s re-focus on Benghazi, IRS, NSA and the Fast and Furious mess.
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