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  • Federale's Immigrant Of The Day: Francis Hernandez of Guatamala

    The Great Francis Hernandez.

  • #2
    The Great Francis Hernandez.

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    • #3
      This dooshbag was probably driving a delivery truck for ProudUSC--she likes to hire illegals.
      And all those ethically challenged immigration attorneys who keep repeating the same tiresome mantra about how we should give driver's licenses to illegals because then they'll rush right out and buy auto insurance.....sure....

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      • #4
        People like you who are immigration reform-averse have blood in your hands. 12 arrests, 12 aliases, and two BCs? Wow! A reform that's comprehensive enough is in order to smoke these criminals out of their trenches. Have them tried, convicted, sentenced, imprisoned for awhile, and made to sit in rows of thumb tacks as they're shipped home.

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        • #5
          What good is immigration reform going to do? Why legaize 12M scumbags? Just to enrich immigration attorneys or add to the growing pool of $5 an hour workers? What we should do is stop tolerating illegal immigration completely...end all waivers just because a-wipes like this one marries some trailer park cow....stop allowing adjustment or changes of status, stop admitting people for 6 months and then grant them an extension to stay even longer (working without permission for ProudUSC and other so-called business people; when illegals are caught, say-o-nara....give them 'das boot' ...disallow any marriages to dumb Amcits by those who EWI into MY country and steal jobs, rob banks, cause car wrecks and even kill people)...yea, reform, but not the kind most whining weeping illegal alien supporters want...

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          • #6
            But, yes, from the second line down to the last line of your post you have proposed some kind of reforms to our immigration system too - a clear admission that it's somewhat broken.

            The only thing is that not one, yes, not even one of your proposed changes would see the light of day at anytime in this life time. But the changes that CIR entail would. It's just a matter of time.

            You've been on this forum for nearly seven years now. I presume you could stay around three more.

            Wanna bet?

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            • #7
              You are truly missing the point....ALL of my proposals would not cost a penny! Just think...no more waivers means we don't have to have people adjudicating pleas from manatees, no more extensions means we don't have to waste resources rubber stamping Bee Ess applications...instant deportations means we don't have to have immigration judges wasting time deciding on whether or not to toss some dooshbag visa cheat or border jumper....and the cows can just move to whatever third world excrement hole they wish, if they are really 'in love.' We save money and rid our country of this blight on our society.

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              • #8
                You might as well be talking to one of these RN...



                I gave up hope with S12 and fedNUT a looong time ago.
                "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

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                • #9
                  You're missing the bigger point. As if it's easy enough to repeal the provisions that enshrined due process and equal protection guarantees of the Constitution and the provisions of INA. Who would do that? I mean, how to do that? Do you think that because there are marginal groups that oppose immigration it means that your faint noise can force or at least influence the government, that's run by vested-interest politicians too, to do what you wildly wish for?

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                  • #10
                    I'm ok, Brit. One of my jobs back in the day was to teach children with special needs. Such background helps a whole lot.

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                    • #11
                      wzzup somoene 12, u'r cylender ios runing out of air???????? u seem to be tight with spending money on alcohol and here u are begin for attention by the name of the eagle and uncle Sam,,,, I am american ,, i am american....... well i have something for u, i just through a quarter next to the sewage,, go and collect before a dog comes and **** on it u piece of Sh.....it'



                      <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Someone12:
                      You are truly missing the point....ALL of my proposals would not cost a penny! Just think...no more waivers means we don't have to have people adjudicating pleas from manatees, no more extensions means we don't have to waste resources rubber stamping Bee Ess applications...instant deportations means we don't have to have immigration judges wasting time deciding on whether or not to toss some dooshbag visa cheat or border jumper....and the cows can just move to whatever third world excrement hole they wish, if they are really 'in love.' We save money and rid our country of this blight on our society. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

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                      • #12
                        wow...what a coherent posting from some syrian camel "rider"....and to RoughNeighbor....if you are so supportive of illegal aliens or unwilling to voice any position or too FN scared to swim against the tide, well, show your true support for these dooshbags by taking a few into YOUR house, feed and clothe them, let them use YOUR car, and anything you think they 'deserve.' But like all illegal alien supporters, you lack the courage to stand behind your words....

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                        • #13
                          That's what I thought. Because you can't (I didn't say you don't want, but you simply can't) present any decent, nope, a little over trailerpark argument to support your points, you would take refuge behind your usual tantrums.

                          You always talk about the rule of law and yet when the laws run counter to your liking, you deem yourself to be so important to thumb your unwashed nose at them.

                          Now tell me how your FN proposals wouldn't cost a penny when the government would grapple under the weight of left and right legal challenges after subverting the Constitution, INA, and statutes.

                          Do you know how much it costs us taxpayers for the lawmakers (or the states) to amend just one solitary article, or part thereof, of the Constitution?

                          Of course, that's one thing your booze and tobacco (off welfare) blurred gray matter is too complex to fathom.

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                          • #14
                            No border jumper has a constitutional right to be in MY country...better have someone read the Constitution to you, several times, since there are some big words you clearly don't understand.
                            Amending the INA costs only what we already pay Congress, ergo, it won't cost any more...so head back to your moth eaten couch, pour yourself that lukewarm Schlitz and turn on Jerry Springer....that's about as much of an intellectual challenge you can cope with.

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                            • #15
                              Fourteenth Amendment. Section 1. states in part and I quote: ... nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. ... unquote

                              Persons protected by the due process clause include all human beings regardless of race, color, or citizenship. Please see Granger cases.

                              This explains why since the inception of the DHS's ICE bureau, there has been a tremendous rise in detention industry all over the country. Why? Because any person arrested is being detained while awaiting his/her day to be heard in a court of law by virtue of his/her due process and equal protection rights under the Constitution.

                              As to the legislature as simple as to introduce a bill with let's say one of your moronic ideas that has no any chance to even be calendared would be tantamount to spending precious government man-hours and resources.

                              These eventualities are very much possible though as long as we have those in the mold of Sens. Sessions and Bunning in the US Senate.

                              What say you? I knew you can disappoint, but I didn't know that you can disappoint absolutely.

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