Tuesday, May 01, 2007


Immigration Protests Begin Across U.S. to Spur Congress to Pass Reform Bill
Tuesday , May 01, 2007

With millions of illegal immigrants taking to the nation's streets Tuesday to demand a path to citizenship, Los Angeles and other major cities are bracing for rally gridlock.

Demonstrators hope the marches will push Congress to answer their calls for action for an estimated 12 million illegal immigrants currently living in the United States before the presidential primary season.
Nothing is more sure to make legal American citizens furious than the sight of people who BROKE THE LAW to come here, BROKE THE LAW to get identification papers, driver’s licenses, jobs and housing, BROKE THE LAW to get free medical care that AMERICAN CITIZENS cannot afford while stretching funds for indigent medical care past the breaking point, not to mention the criminals who have surreptitiously entered our country and then committed outrageous crimes against AMERICAN CITIZENS, marching through the streets DEMANDING that we reward their breaking of our nation's laws with PRIVILEGE.

If you are looking for the definition of the Yiddish word "chutzpah" - this is it!

UPDATE: Then there's this 11 year old girl who took a different approach.


Charles said...

I was wondering where my maid was today...

Christi said...

Most Americans are seething. The illegal aliens are demanding "unconditional amnesty" this year.

They want no fines, no fees, no background checks, nothing! Criminal aliens, in their opinion, should receive amnesty, too. And on top of all of that, they are demanding a huge guest worker program so they can bring in a bunch more to wait for the next amnesty!

They are out of their minds - unfortunately, so are a lot of our elected officials.

Great post!

Anonymous said...

oh charles, bad man!

Though there weren't many cabs out today, either ..

The problem is, both parties want the votes of the potential illegals and the ones who sympathize with them, which constitutes enough votes to put either party into the majority.

Gayle Miller said...

paul - I'm getting worried. I agree with you again!