03 April 2006

Deluded Demonstrators

Legislation that adds much needed punch to our immigration headaches is not a civil rights issue. The ignorant demonstrators who favor illegal immigration - perhaps because they are here illegally.

Simply mouthing some 1960's slogans doesn't do anything to promote your arguments that illegal immigration is a good thing.

I'm tired of hearing about how "hard working" illegal immigrants are. How about how hardworking the average American is???? How about that?

The LA Times op-ed section really drills down and and NAILS it.
Now, many Latino immigrant-rights organizers and their sympathizers seem to be saying that there is some inherent right being expressed when people sneak into the country, thumb their noses at the law and make fools out of those who wait patiently in foreign lands for visas to come to the United States.

It is quite clear that many of those participating in the demonstrations have adopted the stance of the beleaguered victim, perceiving frustration about illegal immigration as racism. Some comments have been painfully ignorant. One protester said: "I'm here to make sure that Mexicans get their freedom, their rights."

During the student protests, the American flag was only occasionally on display, while the Mexican flag was omnipresent. A student said he was waving the latter in support of La Raza (the race), while another asked why illegal immigrants were "treated like criminals." Perhaps he wasn't aware that crossing the U.S. border without the required visa is now, and always has been, against the law.

Check it out

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