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  • #16
    There's nothing in the article that says they found the WORST criminals. It says that about half of those arrested had been arrested before for violent crimes. Most of those had to be kept up with, at least to some extent, upon their release from jail. That only leaves half to make up the rest. Surely you don't think it's that difficult to find criminals and street gang members? And what is this about nobody being illegal? Is this just being picky about verbage?
    Regardless of, the fact that they were here illegaly makes them all criminals.

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    • #17
      we are all human being first of all, so let's respect each other.

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      • #18
        We are all human beings?? Respect?? When u break our laws while trying to outsmart our border patrol,do you think these illegals are respecting us??? Shut the F*U*C*K up with your stupid comments you are talking in circles!!

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        • #19
          AF--You mean Bush's wonderful record on enforcement, as published on the front page of today's Washington Post? These last minute attempts, after 5 years of virtually no enforcement, smack of desperation. They only prove what could have been done over the past few years--IF the President had bothered. He didn't. If anything, they strengthen the position that once he gets amnesty, he will again revert to his real aim--open access to any and all to appease business interests.


          From today's (June 19) Post:
          Illegal Hiring Is Rarely Penalized
          Politics, 9/11 Cited in Lax Enforcement

          By Spencer S. Hsu and Kari Lydersen
          Washington Post Staff Writers
          Monday, June 19, 2006; Page A01

          The Bush administration, which is vowing to crack down on U.S. companies that hire illegal workers, virtually abandoned such employer sanctions before it began pushing to overhaul U.S. immigration laws last year, government statistics show.

          Between 1999 and 2003, work-site enforcement operations were scaled back 95 percent by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, which subsequently was merged into the Homeland Security Department. The number of employers prosecuted for unlawfully employing immigrants dropped from 182 in 1999 to four in 2003, and fines collected declined from $3.6 million to $212,000, according to federal statistics.

          See the paper's website as www.washingtonpost.com for the rest of it.

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          • #20
            I no longer post, AliBa.


            Take care,

            IE

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            • #21
              Sorry to hear it, AF. The board will be less interesting without you.

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              • #22
                Reading is more fun than writing.

                Let this board be what it was before I came to it

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                • #23
                  We do not give away undercover officers secrets. Go get em ICE!!!

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                  • #24
                    Sunnysarah please email me at:

                    joe_777_2003@yahoo.com I would like to talk about some advice you gave me.

                    Thanks.

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