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    Senior Member Ratbstard's Avatar
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    Alabama’s plain-spoken immigration policy

    Alabama’s plain-spoken immigration policy
    Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011

    CHICAGO — Now that Alabama got a federal judge’s permission to execute key parts of its anti-illegal immigration law—most notably, requiring that police officers check the immigration status of suspects believed to be in the country illegally, detaining those who are, and asking schools to verify a student’s legal status and keep records—it has succeeded in articulating a message that this country is ambivalent about.

    Alabama is saying: Illegal immigrants, we don’t want you here. So unless you want to get caught up in our laws, get out as soon as you can.

    Linton Joaquin, general counsel for the National Immigration Law Center, told reporters at a recent news conference that even though the law’s requirement to ask students about legal status doesn’t go into full effect until next year’s registration, he’s already heard that existing students have been asked for proof of their status. News reports have varied, but some estimates say about 2,000 Hispanic students are missing from Alabama’s schools since the law went into effect last week.

    It is tragic that parents are so scared of possible deportation for their children or themselves that they are forgoing a benefit they are entitled to—the Supreme Court ruled in 1982 that all children, regardless of immigration status, have the right to attend public school. And it’s undeniable that other provisions of the new law put legal immigrants and U.S.-born residents at risk of being victim to racial profiling or other forms of discrimination toward those who “look
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    Senior Member MinutemanCDC_SC's Avatar
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    tracking the usurper-in-chief and on his trail
    Bleeding hearts don't pay my bills - or protect me from illegal alien reckless drivers, violent criminals, and the thief who stole my job.
    One man's terrorist is another man's undocumented worker.

    Unless we enforce laws against illegal aliens today,
    tomorrow WE may wake up as illegals.

    The last word: illegal aliens are ILLEGAL!

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    Senior Member miguelina's Avatar
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    She's right. OUR government needs to stop dangling the "carrot" to illegal aliens. Same goes for those who employ and profit from illegal aliens.

    Churches who profit from illegal immigration two-fold. They get new members (illegal aliens) who give them money and they also get money from the feds for "outreach" programs. Who do these programs help the most? Illegal aliens. Illegal aliens then profit by crying poor and getting that outreach $$$.

    Employers who pay un-livable wages, don't pass any cost savings to the consumer, just pocket the difference. Taxpayers are then forced to subsidize both the greedy employers and greedy illegal aliens.

    Affinity organizations who get billions of taxpayer $$$ to "help" their own groups, soley based on race. What would happen to laraza when all illegal aliens are deported? They'd lose $$$$$.

    Politicians who pander for votes & $$$ from these "new" Americans.

    Unions who desperately need dues paying members and losing millions of Americans as members. Illegal aliens are used to paying corrupt officials to get things their way.

    What each and every one of these miscreants fails to realize is that those tax $$$ will dry up as even more Americans lose jobs.

    So let's start a groundswell of enforcing our immigration laws and yes, let's send a message to illegal aliens "You are NOT welcome or wanted here, go home!"
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