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    Lack of Enforcement in LA Illegal Alien March Makes Democrat Screaming Mad
    General; Posted on: 2007-04-10 21:46:53 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    "What is a nation that can't protect its borders and enforce its laws? Headed for oblivion."

    By Donald A. Collins

    Oh, Glory be! Could it be that our benighted President has finally partly gotten the message? That his citizens are not in favor of "open borders"?

    Not really, judged by his latest proposals outlined in a speech in Arizona. (See April 9th Washington Post story by Jonathan Weisman entitled President Renewing Efforts on Immigration.) But at least there seems to be a flickering of the dim bulb there.

    My reason? Well, the Associated Press report on the illegal alien marchers in downtown LA on Sunday, April 8th says the marchers condemned President Bush's latest amnesty proposal.

    As Peter Prengaman's story says:

    "Many were angry about a White House plan that would grant illegal immigrants work visas but require them to return home to apply for U.S. residency and pay a $10,000 fine.

    “‘Charging that much, Bush is going to be even more expensive than the coyotes,’ said protester Armando Garcia, 50, referring to smugglers who transport people across the Mexican border." (Immigrants march in downtown L.A. to protest Bush visa plan and demand path to citizenship, April 7, 2007)

    This of course reminds one in reverse of the famous story about the girl who was asked if she'd sleep with a man if he gave her million dollars. When she said "Yes", he asked "How about fifty dollars?"

    "What do you think I am?" she said.

    He said "We've settled that—now we're just arguing about price."

    Folks, these marchers are here illegally. They are blatantly ignoring our laws and marching in broad daylight down the streets of America's second-largest city, shouting for their rights (what rights?) and complaining about the price our Presidential propositioner is asking.

    I am truly incensed, in fact screaming mad, at a country that will permit marches on its streets by people who are here illegally. They should be deported right now. We have indeed gone crazy by letting our laws go unenforced by those we elect to uphold them.

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    News Source: VDare.com

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