Comments on: This Is Our Continent, Not Yours http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934 Sat, 06 May 2006 19:40:30 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=1.5.1.2 by: Yadi http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2139 Wed, 19 Apr 2006 17:40:50 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2139 Hi, I’m a Mexican woman and I finally became legal after waiting for 1 year and six months and spending almost 11 thousand dollars. And I agree with your comments that I just read. I felt bad for the illegal people “before” but I really don’t like what they are doing now. I can understand that they need to work, but now they are demanding benefits (things that they shouldn’t have in the first place). I know my country, and I wouldn’t like this country to be like Mexico. But seems like they don’t get it. They just want the rights to be here without waiting on line. I think, they should try to change Mexico instead of demanding amnisty here. If they get amnisty, What does that show to people who are waiting on lines and paying money to come here legally? A friend of mine lives in Monterrey and in one point she was here illegally but decided to go back to her country and become legal, so she would have rigths. But because she was here illegally, the consulate punished her with not to be able to enter the U.S. for 10 years. After the 10 years of her punishment, she would be able to start to process the paper work. So, how does this work? Should everyone brake the law and get papers? Is it right to come here illegally and then demand rights? Americans, DO SOMETHING!! Hi, I’m a Mexican woman and I finally became legal after waiting for 1 year and six months and spending almost 11 thousand dollars. And I agree with your comments that I just read. I felt bad for the illegal people “before” but I really don’t like what they are doing now. I can understand that they need to work, but now they are demanding benefits (things that they shouldn’t have in the first place). I know my country, and I wouldn’t like this country to be like Mexico. But seems like they don’t get it. They just want the rights to be here without waiting on line. I think, they should try to change Mexico instead of demanding amnisty here. If they get amnisty, What does that show to people who are waiting on lines and paying money to come here legally? A friend of mine lives in Monterrey and in one point she was here illegally but decided to go back to her country and become legal, so she would have rigths. But because she was here illegally, the consulate punished her with not to be able to enter the U.S. for 10 years. After the 10 years of her punishment, she would be able to start to process the paper work. So, how does this work? Should everyone brake the law and get papers? Is it right to come here illegally and then demand rights? Americans, DO SOMETHING!!

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by: Yadi http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2135 Wed, 19 Apr 2006 17:06:38 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2135 Hi, I'm a Mexican woman and I finally became legal after waiting for 1 year and six months and spending almost 11 hundred dollars. And I agree with your comments that I just read. I felt bad for the illegal people "before" but I really don't like what they are doing now. I can understand that they need to work, but now they are demanding benefits (things that they shouldn't have in the first place). I know my country, and I wouldn't like this country to be like Mexico. But seems like they don't get it. They just want the rights to be here without waiting on line. I think, they should try to change Mexico instead of demanding amnisty here. If they get amnisty, What does that show to people who are waiting on lines and paying money to come here legally? A friend of mine lives in Monterrey and in one point she was here illegally but decided to go back to her country and become legal, so she would have rigths. But because she was here illegally, the consulate punished her with not to be able to enter the U.S. for 10 years. After the 10 years of her punishment, she would be able to start to process the paper work. So, how does this work? Should everyone brake the law and get papers? Is it right to come here illegally and then demand rights? Americans, DO SOMETHING!! Hi, I’m a Mexican woman and I finally became legal after waiting for 1 year and six months and spending almost 11 hundred dollars. And I agree with your comments that I just read. I felt bad for the illegal people “before” but I really don’t like what they are doing now. I can understand that they need to work, but now they are demanding benefits (things that they shouldn’t have in the first place). I know my country, and I wouldn’t like this country to be like Mexico. But seems like they don’t get it. They just want the rights to be here without waiting on line. I think, they should try to change Mexico instead of demanding amnisty here. If they get amnisty, What does that show to people who are waiting on lines and paying money to come here legally? A friend of mine lives in Monterrey and in one point she was here illegally but decided to go back to her country and become legal, so she would have rigths. But because she was here illegally, the consulate punished her with not to be able to enter the U.S. for 10 years. After the 10 years of her punishment, she would be able to start to process the paper work. So, how does this work? Should everyone brake the law and get papers? Is it right to come here illegally and then demand rights? Americans, DO SOMETHING!!

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by: MARLY http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2102 Wed, 19 Apr 2006 06:34:41 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2102 i work with the mexican people,they are very ANGRY and believe me they ARE networking...i work in nyc restaurants and i am mostly always the only american. so i see it and hear it. i work with the mexican people,they are very ANGRY and believe me they ARE networking…i work in nyc restaurants and i am mostly always the only american. so i see it and hear it.

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by: Ronald B. Raff http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2100 Wed, 19 Apr 2006 06:12:35 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2100 All of us need to immediately start stocking up on arms and ammunition. We need to be prepared for the day the cowards in DC sell out our sovereignty to a bunch of marxist militants who will destroy our democracy. One revolution made us free, another one will keep us free! To all you cowards in Washington: Build the wall NOW!!!!!!!! All of us need to immediately start stocking up on arms and ammunition. We need to be prepared for the day the cowards in DC sell out our sovereignty to a bunch of marxist militants who will destroy our democracy.
One revolution made us free, another one will keep us free!
To all you cowards in Washington: Build the wall NOW!!!!!!!!

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by: todd http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2084 Wed, 19 Apr 2006 03:40:35 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2084 Mary Jo - It would be virtually impossible for someone to walk for days across the desert into the US without a coyote. The coyote knows the pathes and the terrain like the back of their hand, that is how they get across. Without a coyote, you die. The reason they started carrying the American flag is because the ORGANIZERS gave them the flags and told them to carry them and not the mexican flags. The people organizing those rallys were La Raza type groups, communists, marxists, anarchists, etc. So shut the hell up with your multi-cult bullshit. Mary Jo - It would be virtually impossible for someone to walk for days across the desert into the US without a coyote. The coyote knows the pathes and the terrain like the back of their hand, that is how they get across. Without a coyote, you die. The reason they started carrying the American flag is because the ORGANIZERS gave them the flags and told them to carry them and not the mexican flags. The people organizing those rallys were La Raza type groups, communists, marxists, anarchists, etc. So shut the hell up with your multi-cult bullshit.

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by: Mary Jo Miller http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2063 Wed, 19 Apr 2006 01:19:10 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2063 Mary, it is a small minority that is involved in this La Raza thing, despite the upplaying by this website. Most immigrants here love America. In the first few public protests they made the mistake of waiving the Mexican flag as a display of pride for their people, not as a show of arrogance or anything, and in the most recent protests a majority have learned and have switched to the American flag. Brad, I must be misinformed, but I have worked in many restaurants with many illegal immigrants, and an overwhelming majority have told me that they were living in poverty and wondering from where they were getting next month's paycheck. And I repeat that they risk their lives when they cross the border, it is terrifying. I have never met an immigrant that has payed a coyote. I wonder what you would do if you were in their situation. I'd be a little more humble. Mary,
it is a small minority that is involved in this La Raza thing, despite the upplaying by this website. Most immigrants here love America. In the first few public protests they made the mistake of waiving the Mexican flag as a display of pride for their people, not as a show of arrogance or anything, and in the most recent protests a majority have learned and have switched to the American flag.
Brad,
I must be misinformed, but I have worked in many restaurants with many illegal immigrants, and an overwhelming majority have told me that they were living in poverty and wondering from where they were getting next month’s paycheck. And I repeat that they risk their lives when they cross the border, it is terrifying. I have never met an immigrant that has payed a coyote.
I wonder what you would do if you were in their situation. I’d be a little more humble.

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by: Mary http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2057 Wed, 19 Apr 2006 00:55:10 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2057 <em>They were DESPERATE! They needed to get out of poverty, they needed to feed themselves and their children.</em> Well, if they are so desperate, why do they shout hate and racist slogans at the Yanqui taxpayers who pay for their free education, free healthcare and food stamps, and give them jobs and opportunities for a better life, etc.? Why do they shove that crap Mexican flag in our faces, and scream Viva La Raza, if Mexico as a country has treated them so badly? You wanna be American, then ACT LIKE AN AMERICAN, not a Fifth Columnist LaRaza racist hate-monger. They were DESPERATE! They needed to get out of poverty, they needed to feed themselves and their children.

Well, if they are so desperate, why do they shout hate and racist slogans at the Yanqui taxpayers who pay for their free education, free healthcare and food stamps, and give them jobs and opportunities for a better life, etc.? Why do they shove that crap Mexican flag in our faces, and scream Viva La Raza, if Mexico as a country has treated them so badly?

You wanna be American, then ACT LIKE AN AMERICAN, not a Fifth Columnist LaRaza racist hate-monger.

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by: Brad http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2056 Wed, 19 Apr 2006 00:53:13 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2056 Mary Jo According to the PEW institute most Mexicans that come here had a job in Mexico prior to their illegal crossing and were not starving. They simply wanted to make more money. If they were starving and unemployed they would not be able to pay the coyotes or physically make the crossing. Natasha All early humans in the Americas were immigrants. They came here from Asia and Europe. They either came across the Bering land bridge or crossed the Pacific Ocean. They were the ancestors of the of North and South American Indians. Mary Jo
According to the PEW institute most Mexicans that come here had a job in Mexico prior to their illegal crossing and were not starving. They simply wanted to make more money. If they were starving and unemployed they would not be able to pay the coyotes or physically make the crossing.

Natasha
All early humans in the Americas were immigrants. They came here from Asia and Europe. They either came across the Bering land bridge or crossed the Pacific Ocean. They were the ancestors of the of North and South American Indians.

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by: Mary Jo Miller http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2037 Tue, 18 Apr 2006 23:15:04 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-2037 I dont know why everyone thinks that the Mexians here illegally are all just "line cutters" that didnt feel like waiting a few years to come to America. They were DESPERATE! They needed to get out of poverty, they needed to feed themselves and their children. Crossing the border illegally is a terrifying thing to do, and nobody in their right mind would do it unless they absolutelly had to. I suggest that everybody here look at both sides of the issue before you start running your mouths. I dont know why everyone thinks that the Mexians here illegally are all just “line cutters” that didnt feel like waiting a few years to come to America. They were DESPERATE! They needed to get out of poverty, they needed to feed themselves and their children. Crossing the border illegally is a terrifying thing to do, and nobody in their right mind would do it unless they absolutelly had to. I suggest that everybody here look at both sides of the issue before you start running your mouths.

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by: Natasha http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-1990 Tue, 18 Apr 2006 17:50:15 +0000 http://www.immigrationwatchdog.com/?p=934#comment-1990 Chris, Darling...how can the native american indian who is a homosahpien be an immigrant? .HOw can the eskimo, the athebascan, the shawnee, the cherokee, the sioux, the ottawa, the Pueblo, the Dakota, the seminole, the potwatan, Iroquoi be an immigrant? and to all the peeps who state "THIS WAS OUR LAND FIRST" and you know who you are and what culture you derive from..how can you say that when I give you many examples of whose feet really tread on this great land first. Chris,
Darling…how can the native american indian who is a homosahpien be an immigrant? .HOw can the eskimo, the athebascan, the shawnee, the cherokee, the sioux, the ottawa, the Pueblo, the Dakota, the seminole, the potwatan, Iroquoi be an immigrant?

and to all the peeps who state “THIS WAS OUR LAND FIRST” and you know who you are and what culture you derive from..how can you say that when I give you many examples of whose feet really tread on this great land first.

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