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    How Mexico Can Handle Returning Illegals
    Immigration; Posted on: 2008-01-19 19:54:33 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Arizona: Migrants fleeing as hiring law nears

    As we all know by now, punishing employers for hiring illegal immigrants "just doesn't work." To put it in terms Democrats can understand, it's like lying about sex: "Everybody (at least in your party) does it!"

    Fortunately, even though everybody told the citizens of Arizona their employer sanctions law wouldn't work, it was only "poor, old nobody" who believed them. The rest of the people of the good state of Arizona went ahead and passed their employer sanctions law, anyway.

    Well, as Gomer Pyle liked to say, "Surprise, surprise!" The law's only been in effect for 15 days, and already legislators from Sonora, Mexico, are traveling to Phoenix to do the welfare two-step with their Arizona counterparts. At a news conference preceding their departure, they said, "Sonora cannot handle the demand for housing, jobs and schools it will face as illegal Mexican workers in Arizona return to their hometowns without jobs or money."

    Not to put too fine a point on it, but "boo, hoo, hoo!" Free schools, free colleges, free hospitals and fat unemployment checks, it would appear, are only a good idea when the stupid gringos pay for it.

    "What do we do with the repatriated?" asked another Mexican lawmaker.

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    News Source: WND

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