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    The Recurring Nightmare
    General; Posted on: 2009-04-07 16:19:32 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    The invitations went out saying races other than Hispanic were not welcome.

    High school grads who'd like to attend college in another state often can't unless they can afford to pony up thousands in out-of state tuition .Of course, if said high school grad is an un-convicted felon, it's a whole different story. Under proposed federal legislation, illegal aliens (these days referred to as undocumented students/immigrants/residents) who wish to attend state colleges and universities would be able to do so without paying the higher out-of state charges.

    The so-called DREAM (Development Relief and Education for Alien Minors) Act (HR 1751 and S759) would grant legal status to illegals who came to the US before turning 16 and who have lived here for at least five years; but not before giving him or her a seat in a college classroom that may have been denied to your child.

    Under the latest Dream Act, legal status would be available to students who have completed high school, received a Graduate Equivalency Diploma (GED) or have been admitted to an institution of higher education. That status would be valid for up to six years.

    Of course, this begs the question we've learned not even to ask anymore, "how do those here illegally show up at schools for years without being detected, summarily booted and then deported?"


    While "undocumented immigrants" cost Americans more and more money we simply do not have, Hispanic activist groups continue to push the envelope. According to the Associated Press, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), one of many radical groups crying for "equal rights" for the (illegal) Hispanics in this country, has vowed to keep its workshops closed to “Anglos.”


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