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      These are Mexico and S.Americas bottom of the barrel. Their own countries don't want them which is exactly why Calderon keeps sticking his nose in our business and telling us how we should treat his leeches in our country. That is why Vicente Fox wrote and distributed maps to ensure that they crossed OUR border safely.

      The oligarchys are content to have their country to themselves and would prefer the ignorant peasants remain the American taxpayers' burden.
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      • #4
        These must be America's finest citizens.

        Too bad we can't deport them...

        "...The BGF is the most "politically" oriented of the major prison gangs. It was formed as a Marxist/Maoist/Leninist revolutionary organization with specific goals to eradicate racism, struggle to maintain dignity in prison, and overthrow the U.S. Government..."



        http://www.knowgangs.com/gang_resources/bgf/

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        • #5
          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by davdah:
          It would be alarming except for one detail. "Prison Gang". We got em where they belong. The jokers in the video are running our streets, big difference. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

          It's bad in illegal alien haven Illinois but you learn which suburbs they can't afford to live in. Chicago is a 3rd world, 3rd rail. I have learned not to walk anywhere near a state or federal government building during my lunch hour otherwise, I'd be puking up my lunch everyday at the sight of the breedmares chattering in gutter spanish, with 3 kids holding hands, one in a stroller and one in her ginormous over exerted womb.
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          • #6
            <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Beverly:

            It's bad in illegal alien haven Illinois but you learn which suburbs they can't afford to live in. Chicago is a 3rd world, 3rd rail. I have learned not to walk anywhere near a state or federal government building during my lunch hour otherwise, I'd be puking up my lunch everyday at the sight of the breedmares chattering in gutter spanish, with 3 kids holding hands, one in a stroller and one in her ginormous over exerted womb. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

            Perhaps you don't p u k e up your lunch there, but you keep puking up your bile all around this forum, everyday...

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            • #7
              <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by whknapp:
              <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Beverly:

              It's bad in illegal alien haven Illinois but you learn which suburbs they can't afford to live in. Chicago is a 3rd world, 3rd rail. I have learned not to walk anywhere near a state or federal government building during my lunch hour otherwise, I'd be puking up my lunch everyday at the sight of the breedmares chattering in gutter spanish, with 3 kids holding hands, one in a stroller and one in her ginormous over exerted womb. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

              Perhaps you don't p u k e up your lunch there, but you keep puking up your bile all around this forum, everyday... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

              If I knew where you lived I come over and p-u-ke on you because you are one disgusting IA loving p-unk.

              Oh and BTW, I'm not here everyday it just feels like it because I post way too much of reality for you to handle.

              See ya pu-nk.
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              • #8
                LaRaza Funded
                By US Government
                From Janet Lee Meisinger
                12-18-7

                Thanks to Major Bob Worn - USAF, Ret

                Your Tax Dollars At Work. Poor, Dumb Amerika

                Ladies and Gentlemen, I cannot emphasize my previously sent statement too many times more,,,,,,,,,,, Amerika, Poor, Dumb, Under-educated victims of the public fool system deserve everything they are about to get. Giving of their money to the infiltrating enemy is abominably stupid.

                -- Bob Worn,
                Pritchett, Texas

                La Raza has been on the governments dole for several years. They want to take away America as we know it. You doubt what I say? Check out their website AFTER you scroll down. I have put their site address at the bottom of this message.


                US Gov't Assistance to Recipient(s) "la raza" (FY 2006)


                List of Recipients for Fiscal Year 2006

                You can click on the column headers below to re-sort the search.

                Recipient Name
                State
                Federal Funding (for this search)

                LA CLINICA DE LA RAZA
                California

                $4,335,555

                LA RAZA
                District of Columbia

                $496,000

                NATIONAL COUNCIL OF LA RAZA
                District of Columbia

                $1,763,348


                Total recipients for fiscal year 2006: 3

                Federal funding (within this search) for the year : $6,594,903
                mip://03864908/contact.php


                La Raza Website:http://www.nclr.org/

                Also, see:
                http://vdare.com/guzzardi/070803_laraza.htm

                http://www.vdare.com/malkin/060711_laraza.htm

                http://righttruth.typepad.com/right_...araza_imm.html


                http://www.rense.com/general79/laraz.htm
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                    Hey dumbass, the NAACP DOES NOT REPRESENT ILLEGAL ALIENS BECAUSE THEY SHARE A RACE. SO YOUR POINT?

                    OH WAIT YOU DON'T HAVE ONE
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                        <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Beverly:
                        Hey dumbass, the NAACP DOES NOT REPRESENT ILLEGAL ALIENS BECAUSE THEY SHARE A RACE. SO YOUR POINT?

                        OH WAIT YOU DON'T HAVE ONE </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

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                        • #13
                          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by davdah:
                          I think it would be appropriate to point out the mission statements for comparison between the two. For la raza its 'All for the race and for everyone else nothing'.

                          Did a quick google search on NAACP and this is what I found.

                          Hey Davdah . . . Dead on which is exactly why Dora the NON explora is spamming mad all over every one of my posts. They can't handle the truth, they are like whiney 3 year olds in adult bodies.

                          Take care!



                          http://www.naacp.org/about/mission/

                          .summary extract.

                          The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.

                          Vision Statement
                          The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights and there is no racial hatred or racial discrimination


                          Seems that la raza is one with the 'All for me and nothing for you' attitude. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
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                          • #14
                            <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">They can't handle the truth, they are like whiney 3 year olds in adult bodies. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


                            You wouldn't know the truth if it smacked you in the face, you miserable troll.

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                            • #15
                              <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by ProudUSC:
                              <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">They can't handle the truth, they are like whiney 3 year olds in adult bodies. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


                              You wouldn't know the truth if it smacked you in the face, you miserable troll. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


                              Sure I do that's why you've got your thong in a bunch, you hate when I post it don't it?

                              Oh and talking about your breedmare like that? You should be ashamed of yourself. You should respect the giant womb you and your 99 half sisters and brothers fell from.

                              Okay, so what you still have the knot on your head from the long fall, still no reason to be angry at her.

                              Now go apologize for calling her a troll you whiney grown brat.

                              Immigration, both legal and illegal, puts huge strain on the country

                              By: STEVEN A. CAMAROTA - Commentary


                              Steven A. Camarota is the director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, D.C.

                              The debate over immigration has become one of America's most heated. In a new report published by the Center for Immigration Studies, we provide a detailed picture of the nation's immigrant population. Our conclusions will probably not surprise most Californians: First, legal and illegal immigration is at record levels. Second, immigrants are generally hardworking, yet they create enormous strains on social services. Why? Put simply, many are uneducated.

                              Looking first at the raw numbers, the Census Bureau data we analyzed showed that the nation's immigrant population (legal and illegal) reached nearly 38 million in March of this year. This is the highest number in the nation's history. No nation has ever attempted to incorporate 38 million newcomers into its society. As a share of the population, one in eight U.S. residents is now an immigrant (legal and illegal), the highest level in 80 years. About one-third of immigrants are illegal aliens. Moreover, 1.5 million new immigrants (legal and illegal) continue to arrive each year.

                              We found that immigration has a very large effect on the low-skilled labor market. Immigrants comprise between one-fourth and one-third of workers in cleaning, construction and food service occupations. Roughly half of these immigrant workers are estimated to be illegal immigrants. In contrast, just 9 percent of journalists and 6 percent of lawyers are immigrants, and almost none are illegal immigrants. This partly explains why the argument that "immigrants only do jobs Americans don't want" is widely accepted in the media and among elites in general. But the fact is, the overwhelming majority of low-wage jobs are done by less-educated native-born Americans not immigrants.


                              Unemployment and non-work has grown significantly among less-educated Americans. In 2007 there were more than 22 million adult natives (18 to 64 years of age) with no education beyond high school either unemployed or not in the labor market. Wages and benefits for such workers have also generally stagnated or declined in recent years. Most Americans do not face significant job competition from immigrants, but those who do are generally the poorest and most vulnerable.

                              The low-education level of many immigrants not only means that they compete with less-educated natives, it is the primary reason so many immigrants live in or near poverty, lack health insurance and use the welfare system. This is true even though a larger share of immigrant households compared to native households have at least one worker. If this problem was put on a ***per sticker it would read: "There's a high cost to cheap labor."

                              In California, immigrants and their young children comprise nearly 60 percent of the uninsured. Illegals alone are 27 percent. The latest data also show that almost half of those in the state's public schools are either immigrants or the child of an immigrant. We also found that 39 percent of immigrant-headed households in the state used at least one major welfare program, twice the rate for native households.

                              Because 38 percent of adult immigrants in California have not completed high school, six times the rate for natives, even immigrants who work full time often end up poor, lacking health insurance and accessing social services. Our welfare system, particularly food assistance, and Medicaid/Medi-Cal are geared to help low-income workers with children, which describes a very large share of immigrants.

                              We can see just how important education is to economic success in two different ways. First, we found that immigrants with a college degree have incomes and use of social services similar to natives. Second, when we look at legal immigrants who have very little education we found that their rates of poverty and welfare use are as high or higher than illegal immigrants. For example, we found that 56 percent of households headed by a legal immigrant who lacked a high school diploma used at least one major welfare program, triple the rate for natives. This is important because an estimated 57 percent of illegal immigrants have not completed high school. Therefore, legalization would not solve the problem of low income and heavy use of social services.

                              Immigrant use of social services might not be a problem if they generally paid more in taxes than native-born Americans. But the median income of immigrant households is 21 percent lower in California than that of native households, and immigrant households are 36 percent larger on average. The household is the primary unit by which taxes are assessed and services paid. This means immigrants will tend to pay less in taxes than natives and tend to use more in services. This is not the same as saying immigrants do not pay taxes. In fact, even illegal immigrants pay some taxes. However, it does mean they will be a fiscal drain.

                              If we want to avoid these problems we are going to have to reduce the number of legal immigrants allowed in who have relatively little education. We are also going to have to enforce the law and cause illegal immigrants to go home. Of course, the immigrants themselves clearly benefit by coming to America. And this could be used to justify continuing current policy. But the latest data show that less-educated American workers, public schools, health care providers and taxpayers will feel the effects if we continue down our present path.

                              Steven A. Camarota is director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, D.C.

                              The debate over immigration has become one of America's most heated. In a new report published by the Center for Immigration Studies we provide a detailed picture of the nation's immigrant population. Our conclusions will probably not surprise most Californians: First, legal and illegal immigration are at record levels. Second, immigrants are generally hard working, yet they create enormous strains on social services. Why? Put simply, many are uneducated.

                              Looking first at the raw numbers, the Census Bureau data we analyzed showed that the nation's immigrant population (legal and illegal) reached nearly 38 million in March of this year. This is the highest number in the nation's history. No nation has every attempted to incorporate 38 million new comers into its society. As share of the population, one in eight US residents is now an immigrant (legal and illegal), the highest level in 80 years. About one-third of immigrants are illegal aliens. Moreover, 1.5 million new immigrants (legal and illegal) continue to arrive each year.

                              We found that immigration has a very large effect on the low-skilled labor market. Immigrants comprise between one-fourth and one-third of workers in cleaning, construction and food service occupations. Roughly half of these immigrant workers are estimated to be illegal immigrants. In contrast, just 9 percent of journalists and 6 percent of lawyers are immigrants, and almost none are illegal immigrants. This partly explains why the argument that, "immigrants only do jobs Americans don't want," is widely accepted in the media and among elites in general. But, the fact is, the overwhelming majority of low-wage jobs are done by less-educated native-born Americans not immigrants.

                              Unemployment and non-work has grown significantly among less-educated Americans. In 2007 there were over 22 million adults natives (18 to 64 years of age) with no education beyond high school either unemployed or not in the labor market. Wages and benefits for such workers have also generally stagnated or declined in recent years. Most American do not face significant job competition from immigrants, but those that do are generally the poorest and most vulnerable.

                              The low education level of many immigrants not only means that they compete with less-educated natives, it is the primary reasons so many immigrants live in or near poverty, lack health insurance and use the welfare system. This is true even thought a larger share of immigrant households compared to native households have at least one worker. If this problem was put on a ***per sticker it would read: "There's a high cost to cheap labor."

                              In California, immigrants and their young children comprise nearly 60 percent of the uninsured. Illegals alone are 27 percent. The latest data also shows that almost half of those in the state's public schools are either immigrants or the child of an immigrant. We also found that 39 percent of immigrant-headed households in the state used at least one major welfare program, twice the rate for native households.

                              Because 38 percent of adult immigrants in California have not completed high school, six times the rate for natives, even immigrants who work full time often end up poor, lacking health insurance and accessing social services. Our welfare system, particularly food assistance, and Medicaid/Medi-Cal is geared to helping low-income workers with children, which describes a very large share of immigrants.

                              We can see just how important education is to economic success in two different ways. First, we found that immigrants with a college degree have incomes and use of social services similar to natives. Second, when we look at legal immigrants who have very little education we found that their rates of poverty and welfare use are as high or higher than illegal immigrants. For example, we found that 56 percent of households headed by a legal immigrant who lacked a high school diploma used at least one major welfare program, triple the rate for natives. This is important because an estimated 57 percent of illegal immigrants have not completed high school. Therefore, legalization would not solve the problem of low income and heavy use of social services.

                              Immigrant use of social services might not be a problem if they generally paid more in taxes than native. But the median income of immigrant households is 21 percent lower in California than that of native households, and immigrant households are 36 percent larger on average. The household is the primary unit by which taxes are assessed and services paid. This means immigrants will tend to pay less in taxes than natives and tend to use more in services. This is not the same as saying immigrants do not pay taxes. In fact, even illegal immigrants pay some taxes. However, it does mean they will be a fiscal drain.

                              If we want to avoid these problems we are going to have to reduce the number of legal immigrants allowed in who have relatively little education. We are also going to have to enforce the law, and cause illegal immigrants to go home. Of course, the immigrants themselves clearly benefit by coming to America. And this could be used to justify continuing current policy. But the latest data shows that less-educated American workers, public schools, health care providers and taxpayers will feel the effects if we continue down our present path.

                              Steven A. Camarota is Director of Research at the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, D.C.

                              http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2007...2712_15_07.txt
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