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Monday, June 25, 2007

The reasons we are being colonized

"I want to say immediately that anyone who has been in this country for five or six years, who's paid their taxes, who has stayed out of trouble ought to be able to translate into an American citizen immediately, not waiting."
Senator John Kerry

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"I believe that we should have a policy of earned amnesty for those people who came into the United States undocumented. And that would provide that if they, after receiving a work permit, then met the standards of that permit, after a period of time they would be eligible to get a permanent residence status in the United States."
Senator Bob Graham

(I especially like this one. Notice how he conveniently leaves out the word illegal)
NC is overrun with illegals.

Senator John Edwards: Expressed joy and happiness that his one-time home of Robbins, North Carolina, is now half Hispanic. Senator Edwards also embraces the concept of citizenship tryouts, with no tiresome background checks, health examinations or waiting their turn in home countries. Standing in line is so old-fashioned...

"My family moved to that town because my father, who has a high school education and is still living, believed that by working hard and doing the right thing that his kids would have the opportunity for a better life.

"These Hispanic families? They came to Robbins, North Carolina, for exactly the same reason.

[APPLAUSE)] What idiots

"And those who came and live there, who work hard and are responsible, they have earned the right to be American citizens. "

Rep. Kucinich fearlessly stated, "Yes, I'm for amnesty. Yes, I'm for legalization of status." He also recited the "huddled masses" revisionist drivel about the Statue of Liberty.

"If they agree to wash the dishes in our restaurants or clean our homes or watch our children for the lowest wages imaginable, off the books then welcome to America."

Al Sharpton (Unbelievable-- and this asshole ran for President!)


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