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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Protesters block buses carrying undocumented immigrants in California


For starters lets cut the "undocumented immigrant" crap.

They're f-----g illegals!

The White House calls this an "immediate humanitarian crisis."

And who's policies caused it? 

Dream Act anyone?




The doorbell rings. You open the door. A Mexican child is sitting on your doorstep. Is filing adoption papers your first inclination?

It is for Barry. Just not at his house... 



Haven't we been told by McCain and the rest of the Democrats its not "practical"... its not "feasible" to round up illegals and deport them?

BUT WE CAN ROUND THEM UP AND BUS THEM FROM TEXAS TO CALIFORNIA!!!


How can we entrust Barry to protect the border when his own aunt (now deceased) and uncle are here illegally...and I'm not too sure about him. 

http://hemingwayreport.blogspot.com/2011/08/remember-song-two-out-of-three-aint-bad.html

If this makes sense then Regions Bank should employ John Dillinger as a security guard.

What we are witnessing is the recolonization of America to fulfill his prophecy: 

Oct 31, 2008 

 “We are ..Days Away From Fundamentally Transforming The United States of America”

Maybe Congress should man up and stop worrying about the repercussions of impeaching the first Black president and do what's right for the country. Think about how ridiculous this is...

BECAUSE HE'S BLACK.. HE CAN DO ANYTHING HE WANTS WITH IMPUNITY?


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(CNN) -- A wall of angry protesters blocked three buses of undocumented immigrants in Southern California, forcing them to turn around -- but with no clear final destination.

The immigrants had traveled from south Texas to San Diego and were on their way to be processed at the Murrieta Border Patrol station when the standoff took place Tuesday.

Protesters chanting "USA!" "Impeach Obama!" and "Deport, Deport!" blocked their route. A heated yelling match ensued between the demonstrators and a group of counter protesters.








After the buses turned around, the 140 people on board were taken to a border station in San Ysidro, said Ron Zermeno of the National Border Patrol Council.

It was not immediately clear whether they would stay there or what would happen next.

But several children were taken to Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego with unknown illnesses, border patrol officials told CNN affiliate KGTV.

Enormous challenge

The U.S. government is struggling to process and accommodate an influx of undocumented immigrants, and specifically a spike in immigrant children. The government doesn't have enough beds, food or sanitary facilities.

Authorities estimate 60,000 to 80,000 children without parents will cross the border this year in what the White House has called an "immediate humanitarian crisis."

To help relieve crowded facilities in Texas, undocumented immigrants are now being sent elsewhere to be processed.

But Zermeno said processing immigrants, rather than enforcing the borders, is only making the situation worse.

"My concern is they are going to be eating in the same holding cells as someone sitting 5 feet away using the bathroom," he said.

Murrieta Police Chief Sean Hadden said he was told to expect 140 immigrants every 72 hours, with the next group scheduled to arrive on Friday. He encouraged the public to attend a town hall meeting Wednesday evening.

Intense debate

The furor in Murietta illustrated the conflict between protecting the borders and the safety of families.

"If these children were from Canada, we would not be having this interview," immigration rights advocate Enrique Morones told CNN.

"The parents have had enough. They are saying, 'If I don't send my child north, they are going to die.'"

The mayor of Murrieta, Alan Long, had urged residents Monday to protest the decision to move undocumented immigrants to the area, the Los Angeles Times reported.

He spoke again Tuesday at a Murrieta City Council meeting, thanking police and others.

"Please remember these are human beings that are fleeing the violence in their home countries," Long said. "The problem is that they need to come into this country the legal way."

Protester Ellen Meeks said the country's identity has eroded with influx of undocumented immigrants.

"I just wish America would be America again because it's not, and it's not just pointed to the Hispanics," Meeks said. "Everybody needs to go through the legal ways."

The next group of 140 undocumented immigrants are expected to arrive in Murietta on the Fourth of July.
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Beckel: Fact vs Fiction

Fiction:

"Obama has deported more people than any other president."

 Fact:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Wetback








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