Comments on: Watchdog vs. Larry Lopez http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009 Sat, 06 May 2006 17:14:04 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=1.5.1.2 by: c. williams http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-3156 Wed, 03 May 2006 04:55:44 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-3156 as a black woman and u.s. citizen. i feel insulted when the mexicans called their protest a great civil rights march... what b/s. my ancestors were not illegals, they were born here! like myself. and our struggles as a race of people are a part of american history, and valid. we have earned our rights as american citizens. as a black woman and u.s. citizen. i feel insulted when the mexicans called their protest a great civil rights march… what b/s. my ancestors were not illegals, they were born here! like myself. and our struggles as a race of people are a part of american history, and valid. we have earned our rights as american citizens.

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by: Mary http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2993 Mon, 01 May 2006 15:34:20 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2993 In 1986 Congress passed the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Part of that act was to create a verification system for employers to check the documented/legal status of all employees. INS did exactly this in the Establishment of the "Basic Pilot Program" in 1996. This program worked extremely well and easily with all corporations and companies that partcipated. It is already set up and moving in 17 states on a voluntary basis. These companies are pleased with the results that they can verify the legal status of any employee and any false information within 8 days of reporting. It is such a good program that Congress reauthorized it in November of 2003. R. Bruce Josten, Executive V.P. U.S. Chamber of Commerce in October of 2003 stated the effeciency of the program to Congress as, "allows employers to verify documents quickly and easily with immigration and social security database," asking Congress to expand the program. Our Congressmen and women know that this program is in place and working. This program has already been appropriated monies and is working. So why are we being told that it is impossible to demand that employers be responsible for the verification of employee eligibility? Once again we are being sold a bill of goods. They want more money to weed through the extensive verification program of deciding which undocumented illegals have been in this country for more than 5 years? Give me a break! Use the program already paid for and in place working soundly. Fine corporations and companies that do not participate in the "Basic Pilot Program" and hires illegal aliens. Allow the system to work that is already in place. Enforce current laws. United States Code, Title 8, Section 1324 defines illegal presence in the United States and prescribes only one penalty for illegal presence in the U.S. as deportation. How about Congress enforcing the laws and codes they already have instead of focusing on budget breaking "comprehensive immigration solutions". Stop them now! I hope the House is listening to us. The Sessenberger Bill and the House is going to be our only hope of staying a first world country and not a third world country. Please do not let Americans suffer this onslaught by cowing down to the Senate......We need you to stay strong for America. In 1986 Congress passed the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Part of that act was to create a verification system for employers to check the documented/legal status of all employees. INS did exactly this in the Establishment of the “Basic Pilot Program” in 1996. This program worked extremely well and easily with all corporations and companies that partcipated. It is already set up and moving in 17 states on a voluntary basis. These companies are pleased with the results that they can verify the legal status of any employee and any false information within 8 days of reporting. It is such a good program that Congress reauthorized it in November of 2003. R. Bruce Josten, Executive V.P. U.S. Chamber of Commerce in October of 2003 stated the effeciency of the program to Congress as, “allows employers to verify documents quickly and easily with immigration and social security database,” asking Congress to expand the program.

Our Congressmen and women know that this program is in place and working. This program has already been appropriated monies and is working. So why are we being told that it is impossible to demand that employers be responsible for the verification of employee eligibility? Once again we are being sold a bill of goods. They want more money to weed through the extensive verification program of deciding which undocumented illegals have been in this country for more than 5 years? Give me a break!

Use the program already paid for and in place working soundly. Fine corporations and companies that do not participate in the “Basic Pilot Program” and hires illegal aliens. Allow the system to work that is already in place. Enforce current laws.

United States Code, Title 8, Section 1324 defines illegal presence in the United States and prescribes only one penalty for illegal presence in the U.S. as deportation. How about Congress enforcing the laws and codes they already have instead of focusing on budget breaking “comprehensive immigration solutions”. Stop them now!

I hope the House is listening to us. The Sessenberger Bill and the House is going to be our only hope of staying a first world country and not a third world country. Please do not let Americans suffer this onslaught by cowing down to the Senate……We need you to stay strong for America.

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by: Carolus http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2991 Mon, 01 May 2006 14:26:17 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2991 Watchdog; a great risk with your idea of "self-deportation" is that these people become desperate and more violent than before. But then again, they will be if you round them up. Damn, we're screwed... :-/ Great vid btw, though you should emphasise "White and Black America", it's important that black people realise that this is important to them as well as for white people. Watchdog; a great risk with your idea of “self-deportation” is that these people become desperate and more violent than before. But then again, they will be if you round them up. Damn, we’re screwed… :-/

Great vid btw, though you should emphasise “White and Black America”, it’s important that black people realise that this is important to them as well as for white people.

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by: Ed http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2984 Mon, 01 May 2006 08:48:14 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2984 I agree with the others mass deportation wont work we must cut all of the things that draw them hereincludding all of the spanish signs they are every where at the post office on the phone any time you call a company or government agency you get spanish. there are two elderly mexican ladies that live very close to me they are here a week or so then I dont see them for a month or so I believe they collect ssi & go back to mexico. PS. if you dont think a civil war is comming think again. I agree with the others mass deportation wont work we must cut all of the things that draw them hereincludding all of the spanish signs they are every where at the post office
on the phone any time you call a company or government agency you get spanish. there are two elderly mexican ladies that live very close to me they are here a week or so then I dont see them for a month or so I believe they collect ssi & go back to mexico. PS. if you dont think a civil war is comming think again.

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by: bruce http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2946 Sun, 30 Apr 2006 07:03:30 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2946 Nice interview. I as well agree it feels hopeless. too many special interest groups wanting something for themselves. The good of americans is lost in that. I wondered as I am a Canadian living in the USA(legally) if this was about Canadians who have no documentation would the latinos take the day off from work (or from spending government assistance money at swap meets and/or clogging the schools and hospitals) to show their support. I am going to say I do not think so. This is about them not about America, they want to feel empowered. They do seond class jobs for the most part so they want to feel they are valid. I say fire them all and move on. Enforce work place laws, fine employers using current laws. If you take the carrot off of the stick the donkey stops walking...They will go home. MAss deportation is not easy, but get rid of the free money they get here , get rid of the support welfare etc, they will not stay. This country was fine before the huge numbers of illegals and will be fine without them. your lawn may once again be mowed by your teenage son or the teenager down the block. He will spend his money in your town in your country, not swire it home to mexico. Americans need to also once again feel proud of their country and their flag. The world has been dogging on the usa and people now feel it is "redneck" to fly the flag or stand up for your country. I came from a country that has lost all its pride in its own country( the way over liberalized canada) it is falling apart, they fight from east to west, province to province. America needs to be the America it was. I say everyone should fly the flag every day and especially on monday, buy it on monday and hang it up. I am not even a us citizen, but i love my adopted home, more than the one i left behind. Nice interview. I as well agree it feels hopeless. too many special interest groups wanting something for themselves. The good of americans is lost in that. I wondered as I am a Canadian living in the USA(legally) if this was about Canadians who have no documentation would the latinos take the day off from work (or from spending government assistance money at swap meets and/or clogging the schools and hospitals) to show their support. I am going to say I do not think so. This is about them not about America, they want to feel empowered. They do seond class jobs for the most part so they want to feel they are valid. I say fire them all and move on. Enforce work place laws, fine employers using current laws. If you take the carrot off of the stick the donkey stops walking…They will go home. MAss deportation is not easy, but get rid of the free money they get here , get rid of the support welfare etc, they will not stay. This country was fine before the huge numbers of illegals and will be fine without them. your lawn may once again be mowed by your teenage son or the teenager down the block. He will spend his money in your town in your country, not swire it home to mexico. Americans need to also once again feel proud of their country and their flag. The world has been dogging on the usa and people now feel it is “redneck” to fly the flag or stand up for your country. I came from a country that has lost all its pride in its own country( the way over liberalized canada) it is falling apart, they fight from east to west, province to province. America needs to be the America it was. I say everyone should fly the flag every day and especially on monday, buy it on monday and hang it up. I am not even a us citizen, but i love my adopted home, more than the one i left behind.

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by: James from OHIO http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2945 Sun, 30 Apr 2006 06:58:13 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2945 Lol to change the mood i keep thinking, if there is a fence could that stop them from deporting themselves back? haha, i know i know, we would make them cross the border but just a funny thought :-) -James Lol to change the mood i keep thinking, if there is a fence could that stop them from deporting themselves back? haha, i know i know, we would make them cross the border but just a funny thought :-)

-James

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by: Lewis http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2944 Sun, 30 Apr 2006 04:28:35 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2944 First of all I have lived in Texas all of my 50 years, and it brings a tear to my eye to see what the influx of Mexicans has done to our once fine state. BUT the cure is very simple. If you feed a stray dog the mutt will hang around forever. Illegals are no different than a stray dog. As long as illegals have a welcome mat to our country they will continue to swarm across the border. If we pull the welcome mat out from underneath them they won’t have a reason to stay here. And like that stray dog, they will move on. Deny them social services such as welfare, legal services, shelter, free heath care, free education and severely fine employers that hire them. A fence will not stop them from coming over but taking away their reason to come will stop them. First of all I have lived in Texas all of my 50 years, and it brings a tear to my eye to see what the influx of Mexicans has done to our once fine state. BUT the cure is very simple. If you feed a stray dog the mutt will hang around forever. Illegals are no different than a stray dog. As long as illegals have a welcome mat to our country they will continue to swarm across the border. If we pull the welcome mat out from underneath them they won’t have a reason to stay here. And like that stray dog, they will move on. Deny them social services such as welfare, legal services, shelter, free heath care, free education and severely fine employers that hire them. A fence will not stop them from coming over but taking away their reason to come will stop them.

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by: The Watchdog http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2934 Sun, 30 Apr 2006 01:33:31 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2934 I'm with you Creasy on everything but a mass deportation. I'm sure there would be violence and rioting if a mass deportation was attempted. And we don't have the resources to round up 20 million people. We need strict workplace enforcement to dry up the job market for illegal aliens. We need secure documents. Employers need to be fined and repeat offenders jailed. If we did this, it would stop the flow of people coming here and people would simply go back to their home countries. They would deport themselves. We need a fence too. The idea is to deport the criminal aliens, and keep them out with a fence, and let everyone else deport themselves. I’m with you Creasy on everything but a mass deportation. I’m sure there would be violence and rioting if a mass deportation was attempted. And we don’t have the resources to round up 20 million people.

We need strict workplace enforcement to dry up the job market for illegal aliens. We need secure documents. Employers need to be fined and repeat offenders jailed. If we did this, it would stop the flow of people coming here and people would simply go back to their home countries. They would deport themselves. We need a fence too.

The idea is to deport the criminal aliens, and keep them out with a fence, and let everyone else deport themselves.

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by: Anti-Illigal Immigrations http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2932 Sun, 30 Apr 2006 00:47:30 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2932 Nativo Lopez, Angel Gutierrez's dreams of Mexico De Facto victory against the US one day becoming reality is constantly on these traitors, sympathizers' minds .Their outrageous demands for US citizenships are the keys to winning this war through political votes, which is progressing at an alarm rate. Needless to say, the evidences are all around us, particularly the recently unprecedented nationwide protests. Nativo Lopez, Angel Gutierrez’s dreams of Mexico De Facto victory against the US one day becoming reality is constantly on these traitors, sympathizers’ minds .Their outrageous demands for US citizenships are the keys to winning this war through political votes, which is progressing at an alarm rate. Needless to say, the evidences are all around us, particularly the recently unprecedented nationwide protests.

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by: JOHN CREASY http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2931 Sun, 30 Apr 2006 00:46:00 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=1009#comment-2931 Watchdog, I just finished watching the video. My question to you is, why don't you think mass deportation, along with building a fence, penalizing employers who hire illegal immigrants, and cutting of social services, is not realistic? If these people are not deported en mass they will become a huge cancerous criminal underclass...then what? JC Watchdog,

I just finished watching the video. My question to you is, why don’t you think mass deportation, along with building a fence, penalizing employers who hire illegal immigrants, and cutting of social services, is not realistic? If these people are not deported en mass they will become a huge cancerous criminal underclass…then what?

JC

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