Illegal immigration hurts EVERYONE, and most of all the LEGAL immigrants.
It also undermines everything that WE work for.
I’m an immigrant and I feel discriminated against for being WHITE.
I took no part in any discrimination is history past, yet I suffer for things that were not committed by me or mine. Special privileges granted to Hispanics, just because they are HISPANIC, is Discrimination.
I’m an immigrant too, but I was granted NONE of those privileges.
My daughter doesn’t go to school 1 year early and she doesn’t get taught Russian.
I had to wait 8 years to be granted Citizenship.
I had to WORK through school
I joined the MILITARY, AFTER I received my citizenship, and paid for being granted the privilege to be an American.
These people have no RIGHT to DEMAND it, when they come here with their hands outstretched. They no longer feel PRIVILEGED to come and be GIVEN things. Now, they act as though it’s a birth right and some even come out and say that it IS a birthright and that this LAND is really Mexican and they have MORE right to it than I.
This is not right.
This is not JUSTICE.
This is not my country protecting MY rights.
This is discrimination foisted upon ME.
It saddens me to know that my country – MY COUNTRY- abandons ME.
My country, of MY choosing, not of birth, but CHOICE, has turned her gaze the treasonous policies and closes her eyes to the Seditious actions perpetrated by the politicians who swore allegiance and have proven to have no allegiance. These policies created to benefit only the politicians who have found a way to keep themselves in power by creating power from ILLEGAL sources. ILLEGALS having the right to vote, in even, minor elections wield significant power in this country. The way our system works, because it’s from the individual to the county to the state and lastly to the country, — because of this the INDIVIDUAL relationship to the county is where the majority of the power is. Everything stems from that. Not from the “GOVERNMENT” – down to the people. The PEOPLE are the FIRST authority. The Democrats and the Republicans have been tricking people in to believing that the power comes from the FED and not from the STATE, but that is a LIE!
Illegal Immigration is not IMMIGRATION! It’s a CRIME!
LEGAL ALIENS are welcome and embraced.
WAIT YOUR TURN. I had to! Why are you any better than me?
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THE 82ND LEGISLATURE
LAWMAKER CAMPS OUT FOR 2 BILLS
HOT-BUTTON ISSUES: Riddle gets priority status for voter ID, immigration in next session
By GARY SCHARRER
Nov. 8, 2010, 11:28PM
Patrick files own version
Voter ID legislation has failed in consecutive sessions. Senate Republicans changed rules two years ago to ensure passage, but House Democrats used parliamentary rules to defeat it. Democrats contend the measure aims only to make voting more difficult for seniors and lower-income Texans without driver’s licenses.Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, also filed Senate Bill 126, which would require law enforcement to check the legal documentation of lawfully stopped individuals if they have reasonable suspicion. A person who is not in Texas legally could be arrested and turned over to federal immigration officials.He also has filed Senate Bill 124, which would prohibit cities from adopting sanctuary policies for people in the country illegally.”Immigration is the number one concern of my constituents and most voters across the state,” Patrick said.Most Texans are more worried about their jobs and supporting families, countered House Democratic Caucus Chair Jessica Farrar, D-Houston. Riddle’s priorities will not help small business owners, she said.”It’s terrible to waste an opportunity of a low bill number on something like that,” Farrar said.The voter identification issue could be resolved simply by including photographs on voter registration cards, she added.
‘More of the same’
House Mexican American Legislative Caucus Chairman Trey Martinez Fischer, D-San Antonio, said Riddle would have better served her passion had she pitched a tent outside the congressional office of U.S. Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, who is one of the GOP’s key figures on immigration issues.”This is more of the same, and there’s no difference between Arizona and Texas in terms of these ideas, and the constitutional pitfalls that she raises with them,” he said. “Texans don’t want to be responsible for footing that bill a second time.”firstname.lastname@example.org