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Thread: THE STUDENTS WILL WIN US THE AMNESTY

  1. #1
    BECAUSE THE GOVERMENT/ICE WILL NEVER DARE GOING INSIDE HIGH SCHOOLS AND DEPORT KIDS, I PREDICT THAT THIS GROUP WILL BE THE ONE GROUP THAT WILL LEAD US TO VICTORY AND WIN US OUR AMNESTY!

    HERE'S AN ARTICLE..WHERE WAS I.C.E??WHY DIDNT THEY MOVE IN ON THE HIH SCHOOL KIDS SINCE THEY ARE NOW ENFORCING IMMIGRATION LAW NOW??!!

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    Article Launched: 04/19/2006 09:31:00 AM MDT
    STUDENTS WILL LEAD ILLEGAL MIGRANTS TO VICTORY

    Students from across the metro area rallied at the state Capitol this morning, to show their support for the rights of illegal immigrants.

    Denver police and the State Patrol estimated the crowd at around 2,500. Denver police spokesman Virginia Quinones said the march went "incredibly well," considering the number of participants and the distance some traveled.

    One of the largest groups of marchers came from North High School, near Speer and Federal.

    There, hundreds of students began pouring out of the building around 8:30 in the morning and convened across the street, in Viking Park. They were chaperoned by some teachers, and various parent groups, including Padres Unidos and Escuela Tlatelolco, who wanted to ensure the students' safe passage downtown.

    Many participants wore white, symbolizing peace.

    Police controlled traffic along their way. Some drivers honked in support. The students chanted "Si, se puede", Spanish for "yes, we can," and other slogans.

    The group turned left at Colfax, to the Capitol.

    About 200 students walked out of Jefferson High School in Edgewater at 9:15 a.m. traveling more than five miles along 26th Avenue, south on Federal and east on Colfax

    Before the walk, student organizer Daniel Alarcon told the students to walk safely. "Please guys, obey the law. Please don't put 20 people in a car, 'La ley es la ley. No quiero problemas," which means "the law is the law, we don't want problems."

    Edgewater police escorted the *****, some of whom were from Wheat Ridge Middle School. A school employee also kept a watchful eye over the students along the way.

    Gabe Afflitto, a 13-year-old Wheat Ridge Middle School student said laws to keep immigrants from coming to the United States are "unfair and it's racist."

    "They can't be taking us for granted," he said. "We don't take everybody's job like everybody says."

    As they approached the Capitol, some students limped. Others were sweaty and joked about blisters and messy hair. But their faces lit up as they looked toward the Capitol steps at the hundreds of young faces and Mexican and American flags.

    Upon arrival, students began to speak out against proposed punitive immigration reform measures, and in favor of immigrant-friendly changes.

    Adella Lopez, 17, read a letter to the crowd asking Colorado Sens. Wayne Allard and Ken Salazar to oppose a House-passed measure that would make it a felony

    to be in the country illegally.
    The letter said the bill's provisions "are bad policies and dead end for our community."

    Gov. Bill Owens, who was not at the Capitol at the time of the rally, said he believes the students are sincere but found it "odd" that they only demonstrate on school days.

    "I'd be much more impressed if I saw these students out marching on a Saturday," he said.

    "We are not trying to hurt your country," said Jorge Macias, a high school sophomore who said he is a U.S. citizen. "It is big enough for everyone." Other students carried Puerto Rican and Cuban flags.

    Arvizu Derr, 17, a junior at West High School who helped organize Wednesday's event, said students had spread the word with mobile-phone text messages, Internet posts and fliers.

    The crowd at the Capitol stretched from the west steps across the lawn to Lincoln. It dispersed shortly before noon.

    Denver Public Schools spokesman Mark Stevens said he did not know how many students left classes districtwide but that one school reported more than 100.

    He said principals and teachers had discouraged students from participating, and absences would be considered unexcused. Any discipline will be handled on a student-by-student basis, he said.

    "Our point is you can only get through the curriculum and get through class if you're present," he said.

    Staff reporters Kevin Simpson, Karen Rouse and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

  2. #2
    BECAUSE THE GOVERMENT/ICE WILL NEVER DARE GOING INSIDE HIGH SCHOOLS AND DEPORT KIDS, I PREDICT THAT THIS GROUP WILL BE THE ONE GROUP THAT WILL LEAD US TO VICTORY AND WIN US OUR AMNESTY!

    HERE'S AN ARTICLE..WHERE WAS I.C.E??WHY DIDNT THEY MOVE IN ON THE HIH SCHOOL KIDS SINCE THEY ARE NOW ENFORCING IMMIGRATION LAW NOW??!!

    ----------------------------------------

    Article Launched: 04/19/2006 09:31:00 AM MDT
    STUDENTS WILL LEAD ILLEGAL MIGRANTS TO VICTORY

    Students from across the metro area rallied at the state Capitol this morning, to show their support for the rights of illegal immigrants.

    Denver police and the State Patrol estimated the crowd at around 2,500. Denver police spokesman Virginia Quinones said the march went "incredibly well," considering the number of participants and the distance some traveled.

    One of the largest groups of marchers came from North High School, near Speer and Federal.

    There, hundreds of students began pouring out of the building around 8:30 in the morning and convened across the street, in Viking Park. They were chaperoned by some teachers, and various parent groups, including Padres Unidos and Escuela Tlatelolco, who wanted to ensure the students' safe passage downtown.

    Many participants wore white, symbolizing peace.

    Police controlled traffic along their way. Some drivers honked in support. The students chanted "Si, se puede", Spanish for "yes, we can," and other slogans.

    The group turned left at Colfax, to the Capitol.

    About 200 students walked out of Jefferson High School in Edgewater at 9:15 a.m. traveling more than five miles along 26th Avenue, south on Federal and east on Colfax

    Before the walk, student organizer Daniel Alarcon told the students to walk safely. "Please guys, obey the law. Please don't put 20 people in a car, 'La ley es la ley. No quiero problemas," which means "the law is the law, we don't want problems."

    Edgewater police escorted the *****, some of whom were from Wheat Ridge Middle School. A school employee also kept a watchful eye over the students along the way.

    Gabe Afflitto, a 13-year-old Wheat Ridge Middle School student said laws to keep immigrants from coming to the United States are "unfair and it's racist."

    "They can't be taking us for granted," he said. "We don't take everybody's job like everybody says."

    As they approached the Capitol, some students limped. Others were sweaty and joked about blisters and messy hair. But their faces lit up as they looked toward the Capitol steps at the hundreds of young faces and Mexican and American flags.

    Upon arrival, students began to speak out against proposed punitive immigration reform measures, and in favor of immigrant-friendly changes.

    Adella Lopez, 17, read a letter to the crowd asking Colorado Sens. Wayne Allard and Ken Salazar to oppose a House-passed measure that would make it a felony

    to be in the country illegally.
    The letter said the bill's provisions "are bad policies and dead end for our community."

    Gov. Bill Owens, who was not at the Capitol at the time of the rally, said he believes the students are sincere but found it "odd" that they only demonstrate on school days.

    "I'd be much more impressed if I saw these students out marching on a Saturday," he said.

    "We are not trying to hurt your country," said Jorge Macias, a high school sophomore who said he is a U.S. citizen. "It is big enough for everyone." Other students carried Puerto Rican and Cuban flags.

    Arvizu Derr, 17, a junior at West High School who helped organize Wednesday's event, said students had spread the word with mobile-phone text messages, Internet posts and fliers.

    The crowd at the Capitol stretched from the west steps across the lawn to Lincoln. It dispersed shortly before noon.

    Denver Public Schools spokesman Mark Stevens said he did not know how many students left classes districtwide but that one school reported more than 100.

    He said principals and teachers had discouraged students from participating, and absences would be considered unexcused. Any discipline will be handled on a student-by-student basis, he said.

    "Our point is you can only get through the curriculum and get through class if you're present," he said.

    Staff reporters Kevin Simpson, Karen Rouse and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

  3. #3
    GOVERNOR OWEN...THE STUDENTS ARE MARCHIN ON WEEKDAY BECAUSE THEY WANT TO SEND NAZIES LIKE YOU A MESSAGE THAT THEY ARE WILLING TO MISS SCHOOL DAYS TO ATTEND SUCH AN IMPORTANT ISSUES..THIS IS AN ISSUE WHERE THERE PARENTS MIGHT BE FELONIZE AND SHIPPED OUT OF THE COUNTRY..SO HOW DARE YOU GOVERNOR OWEN??!!

    THE CHILDREN OF JESUS..MAY GOD PROTECTS THE CHILDREN OF MEXICAN DECENT..MAY OD LEAD US TO VICTORY AGAINST THE NAZIES THAT WANTS ALL MEXICAN OUT.

    LET THE CHILDREN TAKE THE STREET EVERYDAY TO DEMONSTRATE.

    LET THE PRESSURE BUIL SO THAT AMNESTY WILL BE INAVITABLE.

  4. #4
    Nice try...Once again you have reached a new level of ignorance and stupidity. Congratulations!

    1) High school students can't vote because they're usually under the age of 18 regardless of their immigration status.

    2) ICE can't just raid a high school because of the potential for violating the civil rights of legal immigrants and U.S. Citizens. Unlike you, ICE isn't stupid. Besides, how can anyone determing what "illegal" looks like?

    3) Nobody is advocating kicking all Mexican's out. Just anyone who is here illegally. This is "no illegal left behind" remember.

  5. #5
    I thought you said hat 90% of the protesters are illegals??..so why not arrest the kids on national TV whyle the camera's rolling?? they're scared?? you are a moron..why didnt i.c.e move in whyle they were demonstarting in the streets.Not like they're inside classes.

    if you are going to enforce immigration law, then you ought to go after high school kids too, i dare them to, im sure there were pleny of illegal children in there..why are they afraid..if they move in, then amnesty will pass tommorow....come on, i dare the immigration offiers to move in on the kids.

    If this happens, the backlash against nazies like "enought" will be heavier..Stuff like this reasonnate inside the mind of the american people's head...the american people arent blood thisty like "enought" and the rest of you bigots.

    the kids will break the back of nazies like you...the kids should demonstrate everyday untill amnesty is passed.

  6. #6
    Please show me where I said everyone demonstrating is illegal? Not only are you grasping at straws troll, but now your making things up. What a chump you are.

    Once again your true colors shine through. You want ICE to move in on high school kids and you want kids to miss school and postpone their education so that you can get what you want. What a self-serving b-a-s-t-a-r-d you are troll. Trying to use kids for your own selfish purposes is a new low even for you.

    You should be ashamed of yourself!!!

  7. #7
    i stand side by side with the kids..i went to a rally at liberty state park in new jersey...we are going o win this ogether.

    enough- you did suggested that 90% of the protesters were illegals, when i tried to explain to you that they are a lot of u.s ciizen kids with illegal parents....you are a bigot...you even suggestd tha you dont care whether hey have illegal parents and said that they should go back to mexico with their parenst if they dont want to be separated .

    you are a evil human being with no hear..where's your compassion for human beings?? you are a white bigot..you are a nazi..your mother is a nazi.

  8. #8
    Stop making **** up.

    Show me where I said that 90% of the protesters are illegal or where I suggested that U.S. Citizen children should go home with their parents if they don't want to be seperated.

    You're such a liar it's pathetic. Go ahead and link to where I made those statements troll.

    My mother isn't a nazi, she's American just like me, so take your illegal schizophrenic lying *** back to where you came from TROLL!!!

  9. #9
    YOU, MARAMUS,JEFF,SUNDEVILUSA SUGGESTED THAT I.C.E SHOULD TAKE THIS GREAT OPPORTUNIY TO ROUND 'EM UP ILLEGALS WHYLE THEY ARE DEMONSTRATING...YOU GUYS DONT UNDERSAND THAT IF IMMIGRATION OFFICERS MOVE IN ON STUDENTS, THEY WILL GET MURDERED BY THE AMERICAN PUBLIC AND AMNESTY WILL COME SOONER THEN LATER.


    YOU EVEN SUGGESTED THAT THE CITIZENSHIP BIRTH RIGHT THAT THEY HAVE SHOULD BE PULLED AWAY FROM THEM TO MAKE IT EASIER TO SHIP THEM OUT WITH THEIR PARENTS.

    YOU SAID THAT ANY STUDENT THAT WAS BORN IN HE U.S BECAUSE HER MOTHER CROSSED THE BORDER, ARENT AMERICAN CIIZEN...HOW DARE YOU, YOU LIAR..YOU BIGOT...YOU WILL FACE GOD AND HOPEFULLY, GOD WILL CAST YOUR SOUL IN HELL.

    YOU OPPRESSED MEXICANS AND ALL IMMIGRANTS. YOU WILL PAY FOR THIS WITH YOUR SOUL.

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