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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasBorn
    This is insane. Police or ICE need to set up a checkpoint at this location. These people are thumbing their nose at our federal law and it can't stand.
    YOU'RE DARN RIGHT THEY ARE THUMBING THEIR NOSE AT OUR FEDERAL LAW AS WELL AS MAKING THE U.S. OUT TO BE NOTHING BUT A JOKE TO THE REST OF THE WORLD. PEOPLE IN OTHER COUNTRIES ARE LAUGHING AT THIS COUNTRY AND WE THE PEOPLE ITS REALLY SAD TO SEE WHAT THIS COUNTRY HAS BECOME. AND ITS ALSO WRONG FOR OUR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO ALLOW THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT AND ITS CITIZENS TO JUST DO WHAT EVER THEY WANT TO DO IN THIS COUNTRY WITH NO QUESTIONS ASKED OBAMA CAN COME DOWN ON THE PRESIDENT OF IRAN FOR THINGS HE SAY BUT, HE AGREES WITH THE PRESIDENT OF MEXICO WHEN HE IS SPEAKING ILL OF THIS COUNTRY AND ITS CITIZENS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onetrickydude
    If the illegal immigrants were taking lawyers, bankers, doctors, government officials jobs/livelihoods....

    these people would never have made it past the border.
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    i called em and said i dont appreciate it and that they were breaking the law if the school and school district didnt have the approval of the US State Department.
    Like what Rohrabacher did on catalina island a couple of months ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesw62
    i called em and said i dont appreciate it and that they were breaking the law if the school and school district didnt have the approval of the US State Department.
    Like what Rohrabacher did on catalina island a couple of months ago
    What was their response? Were they receptive to your concerns?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoBueno
    Quote Originally Posted by jamesw62
    i called em and said i dont appreciate it and that they were breaking the law if the school and school district didnt have the approval of the US State Department.
    Like what Rohrabacher did on catalina island a couple of months ago
    What was their response?
    what response? i left voice mail with number, of course i got no call back

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesw62
    Quote Originally Posted by NoBueno
    Quote Originally Posted by jamesw62
    i called em and said i dont appreciate it and that they were breaking the law if the school and school district didnt have the approval of the US State Department.
    Like what Rohrabacher did on catalina island a couple of months ago
    What was their response?
    what response? i left voice mail with number, of course i got no call back
    Ok...I will do the same....See what happens.
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    Here's another way you can express your discontent. Log in and leave a few "helpful" comments on their local news story.

    http://www2.independenttribune.com/news ... ar-416524/

    I've been searching for about an hour now for some kind of news coverage on the protest rally, but nada, nothing, zip!

    Anybody that finds anything please post it here.

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    2:21 PM
    Citizens protest mobile Mexican Consulate
    By: Becky Bereiter


    CONCORD – Members of a local group gathered outside Concord High School Saturday morning to protest an event with the mobile Mexican Consulate.

    The group, NCFIRE, said the consulate is helping illegal immigrants get the paperwork needed to stay in the U.S., adding those documents would also help them apply for drivers licenses, social services like food stamps and register to vote.

    "And that's it, there's no verification that the information they gave them was valid, there's no check to verify they are who they say they are," said James Johnson, president of NCFIRE.

    Consulate General Carlos Flores said those statements are simply untrue. He said these events merely help Mexican nationals obtain or renew documents such as Mexican passports and ID cards.

    "It's very important if you want to travel, if you want to identify yourself, if you want to be identified as you should be identified by the authority," said Flores.

    NCFIRE also complained about the consulate using a public school to hold Saturday's event.

    In response, officials with Cabarrus County Schools issued a statement saying the district, "endorses the goals of the community schools act, which encourages the use of school facilities by community groups."

    It went on to say that the system, "...supports the work of community organizations in their efforts to provide information to the public."

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    Hundreds Turn Out For Mexican Consulate In Concord
    Posted: 12:44 pm EDT September 25, 2010
    Updated: 11:01 pm EDT September 25, 2010

    Concord, N.C. -- Hundreds of Mexicans living in the Charlotte area were able to get assistance with getting passports and identification cards from their country.

    The Mexican Consulate of the Carolinas sent a mobile team from Raleigh and set up shop at Concord High School on Saturday morning.

    Protesters were also on hand. Some of the opponents were with the group North Carolinians of Immigration Reform and Enforcement, or NC FIRE.

    James Johnson, with NC FIRE said, "The school board and high school has allowed agents of a foreign government to come on tax payer paid property and hand out what we consider to be false documents."

    Carlos Flores, Mexican Consul General for the Carolinas, said they came to the area to help Mexican citizens expedite getting Mexican passports and Mexican Consular identification cards. Johnson said, "What they are not doing is verifying any information that they are being given by these people as to whether its truthful or not."

    Flores said, "We review meticulously, every application form and we make sure all the requirements are met."

    Opponents also believe the event was also a means to help illegal immigrants get unsecured identification that will allow them to stay in the United States illegally. But Flores said they had no need to ask people at the event about their immigration status in the U.S. because their focus was only dealing with their documentation as Mexican citizens.

    Sonya Martinez, an American woman married to a Mexican National said she knows from personal experience having access to these kinds of documents is important. "When I went to Mexico I had to go to the American Embassy over there to get my paperwork because when I crossed the border they didn't check my passport so I had to go to American Embassy to get my paperwork." She continued, "So if they weren't there, I'd be stuck." Martinez who attended the event to support her Mexican friends said, "It's very important that they are here to help the Mexican people get their paperwork for their country."

    Flores said the Mexican Consulate of the Carolinas has done about 10 mobile events so far this year. There are more events planned in Raleigh and North Charleston, South Carolina.

    Opponents with the group NC FIRE said their goal is to get the Mexican Consular Identification cards outlawed in North Carolina.

    This was the 11th mobile event this year held by the Mexican Consulate in Raleigh, including a similar event in Charlotte last January. Flores said the next event will be in Raleigh.

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    Sonya Martinez, an American woman married to a Mexican National said she knows from personal experience having access to these kinds of documents is important. "When I went to Mexico I had to go to the American Embassy over there to get my paperwork because when I crossed the border they didn't check my passport so I had to go to American Embassy to get my paperwork." She continued, "So if they weren't there, I'd be stuck." Martinez who attended the event to support her Mexican friends said, "It's very important that they are here to help the Mexican people get their paperwork for their country."

    What an utterly ignorant attempt to justify illegal behavior. Americans don't sneak into Mexico and then go running to the American embassy for papers. It doesn't work that way.
    ...I call on you in the name of Liberty, of patriotism & everything dear to the American character, to come to our aid...

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    Letter From The Alamo Feb 24, 1836

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