Tuesday, February 23, 2010

FAIRus - HARRY REIDS JOBS PUSH FOR ILLEGALS - Unemployment Not High Enough?

Reid Jobs Bill Benefits Employers Who Hire Illegal Aliens!
Call your Senators today and tell them to stand up for the American Worker!
On Monday night, the Senate voted to move forward with debate on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s (D-NV) jobs bill, the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act (S.AMDT.3310 to H.R.2847). The HIRE Act has two major tax provisions: (1) an exemption from payroll taxes for employers who hire new employees in 2010 and (2) a $1,000 tax credit for employers who keep those employees for at least 52 weeks. However, the bill does not require that these new workers be American workers or that employers use E-Verify to confirm that the workers hired are work authorized. (See FAIR’s Legislative Update)

To make matters worse, Senate Majority Leader Reid intends to block all amendments to the HIRE Act and to hold a vote on final passage tonight!

It’s not too late to make your voice heard! True immigration reformers in the Senate want to fix these problems, but they need our help! Here’s what you can do:

Call your Senators today and tell them:

Jobs created by the HIRE Act should go to American workers, not illegal aliens;
Employers should be prohibited from receiving tax benefits if they hire illegal aliens;
Employers should be required to use E-Verify to qualify for these tax benefits; and
You expect your Senators to demand that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid fix this problem now!
To find your Senators’ phone numbers, click here and enter your five-digit zip code.

After you have called your own Senators, please call Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and give him the same message! (202)-224-3452

Has California Gone Bust? Or Merely Annexed By Mexico?


You Decide if the Mexican Occupation is a Good Thing!

Has the Golden State gone bust?
Wyatt Buchanan, Chronicle Sacramento Bureau
Monday, February 22, 2010

(02-22) 04:00 PST Sacramento --
California's dire and ongoing budget predicament is raising a tough - and touchy - question about the state's finances, one that some at the Capitol do not want discussed: Is California bankrupt?
Leaders and would-be leaders from both major parties have raised the b-word in the past weeks, and the Golden State is frequently labeled as bankrupt by people nationwide.
Federal law prohibits states from declaring bankruptcy and without a legal framework, assertions about California's solvency are left to interpretation. But persistent multibillion-dollar budget deficits, cash crises, tens of billions of dollars in debt and other obligations have blurred the legal distinction.
"California is deeply in debt. You could say that it's bankrupt," Attorney General - and presumptive Democratic gubernatorial candidate - Jerry Brown told a group of young Democrats earlier this month.
Republican U.S. Senate hopeful and former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina raised the specter of bankruptcy in a discussion with Southern California business owners. And Republican Assemblywoman and retired banker Diane Harkey of Dana Point (Orange County) said the state is "literally bankrupt."
Protecting state's reputation
She compared the state's situation to a family with a mortgaged house, maxed out credit cards and zero savings. She said her outspokenness on the topic at public meetings and other forums has caused some at the Capitol to tell her she is apocalyptic, and she said she has been asked to quiet down.
"It would be nice if we could hide our problems like nobody knew about them, but the bond market is watching. It's not a secret," Harkey said, adding later: "I'm scared. I want to get the state fixed."
Statements like Harkey's could actually hurt the state, said Tom Dresslar, spokesman for Treasurer Bill Lockyer.
"You might score some political points by saying the state is bankrupt, but you're hurting taxpayers when you do that. We are not basically bankrupt," Dresslar said. "When you have that kind of talk out there and it makes it into the papers, it poisons the market when you go to sell bonds."
He noted a recent report done by the Fitch credit rating agency that said if public officials actively discuss bankruptcy, "Fitch will assess whether the entity's current rating should be maintained." A lower rating makes it more expensive to borrow.
Although there is no legal definition of bankruptcy for a state, smaller municipalities are able to declare bankruptcy, like the city of Vallejo two years ago and Orange County in 1994. The definitions differ depending on the type of bankruptcy, but generally, municipal bankruptcies occur when a government is unable to pay its bills in the immediate future and/or through the next fiscal year, according to bankruptcy experts.
That won't happen in California, state financial leaders say, because the lowest the state could fall financially would be to miss a debt payment. That hasn't happened since the Great Depression, but California owes $8.8 billion in short-term loans that have to be paid off by June and almost $120 billion in outstanding bonds and interest that will be paid over decades.
Over the next 16 months, the state has a $20 billion deficit in the general fund budget. That's the equivalent of nearly a quarter of the current spending plan of $84.5 billion. Much of that spending is locked in because of voter initiatives and federal mandates, limiting options for lawmakers. The deficit this year is more than the state spends on higher education and prisons combined.
The state's pension fund, CalPERS, has $16.3 billion more in liabilities than assets at the latest calculation, although that number fluctuates with the system's investment portfolio. Adding to that, a state report released this month calculated that California also faces a $51.8 billion bill - in 2009 dollars - for the health and dental benefits of state retirees and future retirees.
State Controller John Chiang, who made that report, said, "No, we are not functionally bankrupt." He said California would reach its breaking point if there were court intervention due to debt default.
"That's our equivalent of going into bankruptcy," said Chiang, adding that, "I don't want that to be put in the real, serious realm of discussion." The state Constitution mandates that debt service has the second highest priority for payment, after only education, and the state continuously receives tax revenues.
Lacking cash to pay debts
But while California has had steady cash to make those payments, it has not always had the cash on hand for its other obligations. Last year, the state issued 450,000 IOUs to vendors and to residents awaiting state income tax returns and halted construction on thousands of infrastructure projects. The state has the lowest credit rating of any state in the nation, although it still is above junk-bond status.
If the state falls to junk status, some investors would be unable to buy state bonds, making it even more difficult for the state to borrow money and infuse cash into its coffers. Either way, it now costs the state more to borrow the money it needs to function.
Chiang also published a cash-flow forecast this month predicting that over the next 10 months, even if lawmakers adopt Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's plan to balance the budget, California will have to borrow multiple billions to pay its bills later in the year. Cash-flow borrowing is common and has been necessary for the state for more than two decades due to the cycle of when bills are due and when revenue comes in, according to the controller's office.
Another cash shortage this summer could mean more IOUs and other delayed payments, but Chiang and others are making strong assurances the state will have no trouble paying its most necessary bills.
"Going back to the Great Depression, California has never missed a payment to a debt holder or a bond holder and we will continue to move heaven and earth to make sure that never happens," said H.D. Palmer, spokesman for the state Department of Finance.
The state's finances are a bigger picture than just the infamously indebted $84.5 billion general fund. Including bond funds and special funds that by law have to be spent for specific purposes, the budget is $119 billion. Those funds are continuously depleted by lawmakers in an effort to fix the general fund, and they have to be paid back eventually.
On the asset side of the balance sheet, the state also owns billions of dollars worth of property and structures, scenic parks and other holdings.
California's overall balance sheet has $34 billion more in net assets than net liabilities, according to a controller's report from 2008, the most recent published. The report also showed the ratio between assets and liabilities declined 25 percent from the year before.
Jack Ayer, a UC Davis professor of law emeritus and a former federal bankruptcy judge, said a fair measure of an insolvent state would be if its assets are worth less than liabilities and if it could not pay all of its bills. The real-world outcome of that would be banks no longer lending money to the state, he said.
Considering state's assets
"The banks are happy to keep lending - they don't want to stop - but if they aren't going to get paid back, they are going to stop," Ayer said. And while the state does have assets, a fire truck or a courthouse doesn't have much value to any entity other than the government, he said.
That's a key distinction for states as opposed to other entities when considering assets, said Jason Sisney, director of state administration at the legislative analyst's office, who said the vast majority of the state's assets aren't able to quickly be turned into cash at any given time.
"State governments, on a day-to-day basis, don't operate thinking about any of these things," he said, adding that there is "no real way to pretend there is cash when there's not."
Still, he said, it is "nearly impossible" for the state to miss a debt payment. States are sovereign entities with the power to tax, change spending through law and issue IOUs.
The treasurer plans to sell $10 billion to $14 billion in bonds this year, with the first sale of $2 billion scheduled for the first week in March.


Arizona, Virginia Address Illegal Immigration as Feds Continue to Look the Other Way
With the federal government’s persistent refusal to enforce immigration laws, state legislatures across the country continue to address the issue of illegal immigration on their own. Last week, the Virginia House of Delegates and the Arizona State Senate both passed enforcement-oriented legislation.
On Monday, February 15, the Arizona State Senate passed Senate Bill (SB) 1070 by a vote of 17 to 13. (Vote Results). Entitled the “Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act,” SB 1070 would prohibit Arizona police departments from adopting sanctuary policies that prevent officers from asking individuals about their immigration status. SB 1070 would also establish a new state trespassing statute that would make it illegal for any person to be present on any public or private land in Arizona in violation of federal immigration law. (SB 1070; For more on SB 1070, see East Valley Tribune, February 15, 2010). In addition, the Arizona Senate passed another bill, SB 1027, which would require the state’s Department of Public Safety to “seek grants to implement a one-year pilot program that would use seismic sensors to monitor rural airport runways and other rural areas of [Arizona] where illegal drug traffic and illegal alien traffic or human smuggling are likely to occur.” (SB 1027). Both bills have been sent to the Arizona House for further action. (See Bill Status Overviews for SB 1070 and SB 1027). The legislative prospects for the bills are unclear at this point. While SB 1070 has drawn support from the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association and the Arizona Police Association, a similar bill stalled in the Arizona House during the last legislative session after passing through the Senate. (The Arizona Republic, January 21, 2010; KSWT, January 20, 2010).
One day after the action in the Arizona Senate, the Virginia House of Delegates overwhelmingly approved House Bill (HB) 737 by a vote of 82 to 13. (Vote Results). Originally, HB 737 would have required all state agencies, local governments, public contractors, and employers with 15 or more employees to enroll in E-Verify. (HB 737 – Text as Introduced). However, after intense lobbying by big business special interest groups, the House of Delegates passed a pared-down version of the legislation that would require only state agencies and local governments to enroll in E-Verify. (HB 737 – Text as Passed by House). Under the bill, government agencies would be required to enroll in E-Verify before December 1, 2010 and subsequently use E-Verify for each newly hired employee who is to perform work within the state of Virginia. (Id.). The bill has now moved to the Virginia Senate, where it has been referred to the Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor. (Bill Tracking). The bill has now moved to the Virginia Senate, where it has been referred to the Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor. (Bill Tracking). While it is unclear as to when or if HB 737 will move in the Virginia Senate, it may receive support from recently sworn-in Governor Bob McDonnell. McDonnell campaigned on strengthening immigration enforcement, particularly with respect to statewide participation in the 287(g) program. (See FAIR’s Legislative Update, November 9, 2009).

Can We Have BORDER SECURITY From the "Homeland Security = Pathway to Citizenship" DEPARTMENT of LA RAZA?


I would argue that our borders have been, are and will be LEFT OPEN AND UNDEFENDED as the La Raza Dems face the America peoples’ CONTEMPT for their endless AMNESTY pushes.

Therefore, the LA RAZA DEMS, OBAMA, REID, FEINSTEIN, PELOSI, WAXMAN, et al, will continue to assure the status quo is maintained. The status quo being no (real) wall, no E-VERIFY, no enforcement of laws prohibiting the employment of illegals, and no funds to deal the ever expanding MEXICAN GANG AND DRUG CARTEL INCURSIONS through our OPEN and UNDEFENDED BORDERS.

Obama didn’t by accident select a LA RAZA party member JANET NAPOLITANO for the so called “HOMELAND SECURITY” now the “Homeland Security = Pathway to Citizenship” scam.

Obama will continue to perform like the excellent actor he is, while selling us out to the illegals!

One way he will do this is cut funding for the wall, and continue to move border patrol off our borders.

Things will continue as they always have since the 1986 “AMNESTY TO END AMNESTY” … open borders!

Obama soft on illegals enforcement

Arrests of illegal immigrant workers have dropped precipitously under President Obama, according to figures released Wednesday. Criminal arrests, administrative arrests, indictments and convictions of illegal immigrants at work sites all fell by more than 50 percent from fiscal 2008 to fiscal 2009.

The figures show that Mr. Obama has made good on his pledge to shift enforcement away from going after illegal immigrant workers themselves - but at the expense of Americans' jobs, said Rep. Lamar Smith of Texas, the Republican who compiled the numbers from the Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE). Mr. Smith, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, said a period of economic turmoil is the wrong time to be cutting enforcement and letting illegal immigrants take jobs that Americans otherwise would hold.
Lou Dobbs Tonight
And there are some 800,000 gang members in this country: That’s more than the combined number of troops in our Army and Marine Corps. These gangs have become one of the principle ways to import and distribute drugs in the United States. Congressman David Reichert joins Lou to tell us why those gangs are growing larger and stronger, and why he’s introduced legislation to eliminate the top three international drug gangs.
Lou Dobbs Tonight
Monday, September 28, 2009

And T.J. BONNER, president of the National Border Patrol Council, will weigh in on the federal government’s decision to pull nearly 400 agents from the U.S.-Mexican border. As always, Lou will take your calls to discuss the issues that matter most-and to get your thoughts on where America is headed.

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As Border Crime Escalates, U.S. and Mexico Agree to Join Forces
The United States and Mexico are joining forces to crack down on drug smuggling and illegal immigration across their borders. Last week, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano announced a new partnership between U.S. Border Patrol and Mexico’s federal police aimed at securing the U.S.-Mexico border. (DHS Press Release, February 18, 2010). Napolitano and her Mexican counterpart, Genaro García Luna, signed a declaration on joint efforts to secure the border and share information about transnational threats while streamlining legitimate travel and trade. Id. “The success of our efforts to crack down on criminal organizations and others who threaten the safety of our citizens requires close collaboration between the United States and Mexico,” said Secretary Napolitano. Id. “This declaration will allow us to better protect both nations against violent drug cartels and transnational smuggling of drugs, cash and firearms while facilitating legitimate travel and trade.” Id.
The declaration outlines principles to enhance border security, including:
• Intelligence-driven operations with precise, targeted outcomes;
• Cooperation focused on increasing bilateral situational awareness of threats;
• Operations designed to deny access by criminal organizations between ports of entry;
• Enforcement that effectively prevents criminals from exploiting border entry points;
• Sufficient personnel, infrastructure and technology needed to sustain bilateral efforts.
According to DHS, Secretary Napolitano has made several trips over the past year to the Southwest border and Mexico to survey operations, coordinate with state and local law enforcement, and meet with Mexican officials—and has signed several agreements with Mexican officials to bolster cross-border cooperation to crack down on transnational criminal activity. (DHS Press Release, February 18, 2010). The unprecedented partnership is actually an expansion of an ongoing operation at the Arizona-Mexico border, in which hundreds of U.S. Border Patrol agents and Mexican federal police officers are training together, sharing intelligence, and coordinating patrols. (Los Angeles Times, February 17, 2010). The goal of this operation is to launch a joint attack on the northbound flow of drugs and immigrants and southbound shipments of guns and cash in the border’s busiest smuggling corridor. Id. Both countries have political stakes in the success of this effort; Obama would benefit from results on border security, while Mexican President Felipe Calderón is in desperate need of progress in his war on drug cartels.
The effort faces substantial hurdles, including violent drug mafias, long-standing Mexican reluctance to interfere with illegal immigration into the United States, and a legacy of corruption that has plagued enforcement efforts in Mexico. (Los Angeles Times, February 17, 2010). "There's so much potential for corruption. It could be destined for failure," said Jennifer Allen, executive director of the Border Action Network, a migrant advocate group in Arizona. Id. Allen also pointed out that law enforcement in Mexico has been unable compete with the money or the power of the drug trafficking networks. Id.
Mexican officers, who undergo U.S. background checks, will be trained by Border Patrol in close-quarters firearms techniques and medical rescue skills, as well as ways to detect contraband concealed in vehicles. Id. Joint U.S.-Mexican operations between Mexican federal police and American agents have included daily communication, responding to security threats, disrupting smugglers' hilltop lookouts, and breaking up rock-throwing gangs who often clash with U.S. agents. The Mexican forces have also developed new southern barriers to smuggling drugs and people. "The coordination will make our pursuits more flexible so we can stop criminals from ducking back and forth across the border," said Mexican federal police Cmdr. Armando Trevino, adding that his agency "is most ready to seal the border to put an end to this organized crime." Id. Despite this commitment to aggressively pursue smugglers, Trevino and his officers have no intention to interfere with Mexicans who are illegally crossing the border absent evidence of other criminal activity. Id.
The crackdown has been met with retaliation from smugglers over the past five months. Gunmen wounded a Border Patrol agent in December, and in November, a sniper in Mexico fired volleys at the U.S. port of entry. (Los Angeles Times, February 17, 2010). Officials suspect it was payback for the seizure of $300,000 by U.S. inspectors, and have responded with concerted scrutiny of southbound traffic and pedestrians. The checks have resulted in the seizure of $2.2 million in smuggled cash and have led inspectors to identify more than 3,000 illegal immigrants since October. Id.
The news of this joint effort to combat crime on the border is timely, as reports of drug smuggling and violence have escalated in recent months. Just last week, U.S. Border Patrol in Arizona seized more than 1,500 pounds of marijuana, worth an estimated $1.25 million. (KVOA News, February 18, 2010). The agents discovered the marijuana in a stolen vehicle that had been abandoned in the desert. Id. This latest seizure continues another record-breaking year for marijuana busts in the Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector. (Arizona Daily Star, February 18, 2010). According to the most recent statistics, agents had seized 350,000 pounds of marijuana through the first four months of fiscal year 2010, up from 341,000 the same time the year before. Id. Furthermore, according to the annual report from the Director of National Intelligence, approximately 90% of the cocaine that reaches the U.S. from South America comes through Mexico. (February 2, 2010).
A major goal of the U.S.-Mexico partnership is to help Mexico fight violent drug cartels, which are often better funded and more heavily armed than Mexican police. Mexico has been unable to deal with the drug cartels that threaten its security, as evidenced by the marked increase in violent crimes, including murders and kidnappings in the midst of gang warfare. Earlier this month, 16 teenagers were violently gunned down at a party in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas. (The Wall Street Journal, January 31, 2010). And in the first 10 days of 2010, a total of 283 people are estimated to have died in drug-related violence in Mexico, which is more than double the number during the same period in 2009. (The Atlantic, February 10, 2010). It is apparent that the threat from drug mafias is now extending into the U.S. across our southern border. Last year, in a hearing before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, Secretary Napolitano expressed her commitment to addressing the threat of cartel violence in Mexico as a top homeland security priority for the United States. (See Transcript of Napolitano’s Testimony, March 25, 2009). She told the panel of senators that “the cartels have fingertips that reach throughout the United States.” Id.
Calderón, elected in 2006, has essentially declared war on the drug cartels. As the influence and intimidation of the cartels on local governments has increased, the Mexican president has attempted to fight the war with national forces and agencies. But it is increasingly apparent that the corruption has moved to those national agencies, as reports of abuses by the national drug-fighting forces escalate. (The Arizona Republic, February 19, 2010). Calderón has long sought a bi-national solution to the problem of smuggling guns and cash into his country, and President Obama has already pledged to increase aid to Mexico to fight the drug trade, with $1.4 billion through the Mérida Initiative. (Las Cruces Sun-News, February 19, 2010; The Atlantic, February 10, 2010).
To date, financial assistance from America has not been highly effective in combating the lucrative business of drug smuggling. (USA Today, February 10, 2010). This groundbreaking partnership between U.S. Border Patrol agents and Mexican police officers presents a new approach to combating a drug trade and its violent consequences that is far from under control. Whether the U.S. can help Mexico stop drug smuggling remains to be seen, but one positive side effect of joint enforcement could be the deterrence of illegal immigration. Mexican federal police Cmdr. Armando Trevino said last week, "We are fighting a common enemy. We are going to work together like friends, like comrades, like brothers." (Los Angeles Times, February 17, 2010).

FAIRus.org - CASE BROUGHT BY ACLU TOSSED BY COURT - Laws Actually Apply to Illegals???

State Trooper Prevails Against ACLU and Illegal Aliens in Bogus Lawsuit
On February 4, the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit dismissed a lawsuit that had been filed by the ACLU against a Rhode Island state trooper who contacted Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) upon discovering that a group of foreign nationals he encountered were illegal aliens. In dismissing the suit, the First Circuit held that the ACLU – who had sued the state trooper and the state of Rhode Island on behalf of the illegal aliens – could not prevail on the multiple causes of action they filed against the trooper because he had acted “reasonably” throughout the entire encounter. (Opinion, February 4, 2010).

The lawsuit stemmed from a July 11, 2006 traffic stop, in which a Rhode Island state trooper pulled over a 15-passenger van for failure to signal when changing lanes. The driver produced a valid license, registration, and insurance, and stated that he was taking the other 14 passengers in the van to work. The trooper asked the passengers for identification. One of the passengers produced a gym membership card, one offered a non-driver ID card, and two others presented cards issued by the Guatemalan consulate. Though the trooper had difficulty communicating with the individuals because they spoke very little English, he was eventually able to determine that none of the passengers had legitimate identification documents. The aliens ultimately admitted that they were present in the United States illegally. The trooper then conducted a standard background check on the driver and contacted ICE. Three minutes later, ICE called back and asked Chabot to escort the van to ICE’s Providence, Rhode Island field office so that they could address the matter further. Upon arriving at the field office, all 14 passengers were arrested for immigration violations. (Id.).

Six months later, the ACLU sued the state trooper on behalf of the illegal aliens. In January 2007, the 14 passengers filed a complaint in federal court alleging that the trooper had conducted an illegal search and seizure in violation of federal civil rights laws, the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution, and the Rhode Island State Constitution. Specifically, the illegal aliens claimed that the trooper illegally prolonged an otherwise lawful traffic stop when he questioned the aliens as to their immigration status and then took action when he learned they were in the country illegally. The trooper contacted ICE and escorted the aliens to the Providence, Rhode Island ICE field office. The complaint also alleged that the trooper had discriminated against the passengers in violation of both state and federal laws, and further claimed that he had acted negligently. On December 30, 2008, a federal judge dismissed the suit on all grounds, ruling that the trooper had reasonable suspicion to suspect immigration violations and to transport the van’s passengers to ICE, prompting an appeal by the ACLU and the illegal aliens to the First Circuit. (Id.).

At this point in the litigation, FAIR’s litigation arm – the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) – got involved. IRLI attorneys filed an amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) brief arguing that (1) inquiry into the immigration status of vehicle occupants during a lawful traffic stop does not constitute an unreasonable search and seizure under the Fourth Amendment and (2) the trooper had immediate reasonable suspicion to “shift the focus” of the stop from a traffic violation to violations of federal immigration law upon failure of the passengers to produce valid identification. (IRLI Bulletin, July 2009).

On February 4, the First Circuit upheld the District Court’s decision to dismiss the case. The court observed that, before he called ICE, the trooper already knew that the passengers were going to work, had no appropriate identification, and spoke little English. Accordingly, the court ruled, it was reasonable for the trooper to look into potential criminal activity on the part of the passengers. The opinion went on to state that these facts gave the officer not only “reasonable suspicion” to ask the passengers questions about their immigration status, but also “probable cause” to escort the group to ICE. These facts led the First Circuit to rule that the officer was entitled to “qualified immunity,” meaning that he was shielded from liability. In reaching this determination, the court stated that the trooper’s “conduct [did] not violate clearly established statutory or constitutional rights of which a reasonable person would have known.” (Opinion, February 4, 2010).

The ruling was well-received in the state of Rhode Island. An editorial in The Providence Journal stated that the First Circuit’s decision represents “a victory for common sense and the rule of law.” (The Providence Journal, February 12, 2010).




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“In Mexico, a recent Zogby poll declared that the vast majority of Mexican citizens hate Americans. [22.2] Mexico is a country saturated with racism, yet in denial, having never endured the social development of a Civil Rights movement like in the US--Blacks are harshly treated while foreign Whites are often seen as the enemy. [22.3] In fact, racism as workplace discrimination can be seen across the US anywhere the illegal alien Latino works--the vast majority of the workforce is usually strictly Latino, excluding Blacks, Whites, Asians, and others.”

Mexico's own migra
If you think the U.S. is rough on illegal immigrants, look at how Mexico treats the undocumented.

March 6, 2007

WHEN HOUSE Republicans last year sought to make the mere presence of illegal immigrants in the United States a felony punishable by one year in prison, the odious legislation sparked international condemnation. No country was more loudly indignant than Mexico. Then-President Vicente Fox called the legislation "shameful" and its targets "heroes" who make a crucial contribution to the U.S. economy.

Yet Mexico is hardly in a position to criticize. Since 1974, foreign immigrants in Mexico illegally have been subject to prison sentences of two years, plus a fine. Immigrants who are caught reentering Mexico after deportation face 10-year prison sentences, compared to two years here.

That is, until now. Mexican President Felipe Calderon has decided to tackle immigration reform of his own, and he is seeking the repeal of Article 123 of the General Population Law, which makes illegal immigrants the Mexican equivalent of felons.

The vast majority of the 185,000 illegal immigrants caught, detained and deported by Mexican officials each year come from Guatemala and Honduras, and many of them are in transit toward the Rio Grande. Human rights advocates have documented a lengthy list of abuses faced by these migrants — threats, extortion and even violence — stemming in part from their status as felons. In addition to amending Mexico's draconian and hypocritical law, Calderon's government is vowing to improve living conditions and medical services at the 48 detention centers where illegal immigrants are held pending deportation. Proposed upgrades include the addition of hot water and telephone service.

In a recent report, Mexico's National Commission on Human Rights accused immigration agents of numerous violations, citing one instance in which 78 migrants were crammed into four cells, each designed to hold only five people, and denied food and water for more than 24 hours.

These reforms would certainly improve the plight of detained migrants and also Mexico's relationship with its southern neighbors, as well as giving Mexico more moral standing to agitate against laws affecting its citizens in the United States. Those in this country who oppose guest-worker programs and a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants often cite Mexico's own harsher policies as the ones we should adopt, or at least complain about first.

Mexico can declaw that argument by closing the gap between its advocacy for Mexican nationals in the United States and how it treats illegal immigrants within its borders. Mexico is under pressure from the U.S. to block the flow of migrants heading north, and recent crackdowns, in part, have been to that end. Ensuring the human rights of its migrant population, however, is not only the right thing to do, it's good politics.
The Mexican Invasion................................................
Mexico prefers to export its poor, not uplift them

March 30, 2006 edition


Mexico prefers to export its poor, not uplift them
At this week's summit, failed reforms under Fox should be the issue, not US actions.

By George W. Grayson WILLIAMSBURG, VA.

At the parleys this week with his US and Canadian counterparts in Cancún, Mexican President Vicente Fox will press for more opportunities for his countrymen north of the Rio Grande. Specifically, he will argue for additional visas for Mexicans to enter the United States and Canada, the expansion of guest-worker schemes, and the "regularization" of illegal immigrants who reside throughout the continent. In a recent interview with CNN, the Mexican chief executive excoriated as "undemocratic" the extension of a wall on the US-Mexico border and called for the "orderly, safe, and legal" northbound flow of Mexicans, many of whom come from his home state of Guanajuato. Mexican legislators share Mr. Fox's goals. Silvia Hernández Enriquez, head of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations for North America, recently emphasized that the solution to the "structural phenomenon" of unlawful migration lies not with "walls or militarization" but with "understanding, cooperation, and joint responsibility." Such rhetoric would be more convincing if Mexican officials were making a good faith effort to uplift the 50 percent of their 106 million people who live in poverty. To his credit, Fox's "Opportunities" initiative has improved slightly the plight of the poorest of the poor. Still, neither he nor Mexico's lawmakers have advanced measures that would spur sustained growth, improve the quality of the workforce, curb unemployment, and obviate the flight of Mexicans abroad. Indeed, Mexico's leaders have turned hypocrisy from an art form into an exact science as they shirk their obligations to fellow citizens, while decrying efforts by the US senators and representatives to crack down on illegal immigration at the border and the workplace. What are some examples of this failure of responsibility? • When oil revenues are excluded, Mexico raises the equivalent of only 9 percent of its gross domestic product in taxes - a figure roughly equivalent to that of Haiti and far below the level of major Latin American nations. Not only is Mexico's collection rate ridiculously low, its fiscal regime is riddled with loopholes and exemptions, giving rise to widespread evasion. Congress has rebuffed efforts to reform the system. Insufficient revenues mean that Mexico spends relatively little on two key elements of social mobility: Education commands just 5.3 percent of its GDP and healthcare only 6.10 percent, according to the World Bank's last comparative study. • A venal, "come-back-tomorrow" bureaucracy explains the 58 days it takes to open a business in Mexico compared with three days in Canada, five days in the US, nine days in Jamaica, and 27 days in Chile. Mexico's private sector estimates that 34 percent of the firms in the country made "extra official" payments to functionaries and legislators in 2004. These bribes totaled $11.2 billion and equaled 12 percent of GDP. • Transparency International, a nongovernmental organization, placed Mexico in a tie with Ghana, Panama, Peru, and Turkey for 65th among 158 countries surveyed for corruption. • Economic competition is constrained by the presence of inefficient, overstaffed state oil and electricity monopolies, as well as a small number of private corporations - closely linked to government big shots - that control telecommunications, television, food processing, transportation, construction, and cement. Politicians who talk about, much less propose, trust-busting measures are as rare as a snowfall in the Sonoran Desert. Geography, self-interests, and humanitarian concerns require North America's neighbors to cooperate on myriad issues, not the least of which is immigration. However, Mexico's power brokers have failed to make the difficult decisions necessary to use their nation's bountiful wealth to benefit the masses. Washington and Ottawa have every right to insist that Mexico's pampered elite act responsibly, rather than expecting US and Canadian taxpayers to shoulder burdens Mexico should assume.

Mexican Occupation in MARIN COUNTY, CA - An Amerian Sees & Speaks!

Damn Illegals (north beach / telegraph hill)
Date: 2010-02-22, 9:46PM PST
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San Rafael/ the rest of the nation and Illegal has more problems than the freaking Home Depot you need to take a ride out through the canal streets and surrounding neighborhood and take a look at what the third world looks like it is literally turning Marin County into a crime infested dump. Both political parties are to blame for this mess Do the math 300 million American citizens 30 to 40 million people have invaded our country from the border south Unemployment at 10% illegal alien @ 10% 30 Million. 3% of Illegal do farm labor that means the rest have either assaulted the blue collar jobs or have turned to crime or have became a burden on our various social programs . They make up 10% of the population but 30% of our prison population. I was just working doing a job building a 8’ fence around an area in San Rafael canal district where they have had four attempted sexual assaults by a group of gang members. While working in the area gangs of about 25 to 30 Latino male were right behind an elementary school saleing drugs and intating a young woman into the gang by having her perform sexual acts on about 10 in the bushes not 10’ from a walking path and 25’ from a school playground. While on the walking path, the made rude remarks to any women that dared to walk by and would glare at anyone who dared to make eye contact. This is just a micro cosmism to the whole problem Schools are broken prison are broken economy broken drugs gangs children born into gang families the negative effect on our society. WE as a country can no longer be the Safety valve for Mexico and the poverty that they continue to give us. WE needs to demand that that our laws are followed and send them home. Mind you, I am not saying all Mexican people are bad there are many hard working and good families in our communities legal and not legal, but it is defiantly time for America to take care of Americans first. I believe that the best thing is to send half home right away and if you send 15 million at home at once demanding that the government change down there maybe Mexico will use the resources it has to be what is predicted to be enough to make it an economic super power and turn into the great trade partner we were promised in NAFTA.We need to wake up. We are going to lose our vote thanks to our government legitamizing people who do not belong here and are unwilling to fight for ther own country this attitude is making our country like the turd world.

Best Regards Blue collar guy who has been slow for 18 months while competitors who use underground economy flourish in this F**Ked Economy

HUMOR - Living Under the Mexican Occupation - JOKES ON YOU GRINGO! So Are the Bills For It!

Despite the tragedy for the American people of the fact our corporate owned government has permitted 38 million illegals to walk over our border, and into our jobs, hospitals, prisons, and jails, the insightful observances by the below CRAIGSLIST poster are imbued with reality.
Mexicans loathe this nation. They come with the attitude fostered by their own government that they are entitled to America, and that this once great nation, is merely a colony, and like all colonies, is to be pillaged.

“Where there is a Mexican, there is Mexico!” President Calderon of Mexico
As you read the humor below by the CRAIGSLIST POSTER, remember the realities in Mexican occupied Los Angeles City and Country:

1. Nearly 50% of all those with a job are illegals using stolen social security numbers (there are only 8 states with a population greater than Los Angeles).
2. The County pays out $50 million per month in welfare to illegals. One County Supervisor, Gloria Molina is long associated with the Mexican political party of La Raza, and MEChA, and is virulently racist.
3. The tax-free Mexican underground economy in L.A.C. is calculated to be $2 billion and growing.
4. 25% of all drivers are UNLICENSED, UNINSURED, with vehicles registered in a legal (green card holder) nominee’s name to avoid impounds. This may change when Gil Cedilla in Sacramento gets his way to end impounds on illegals driving.
5. 95% of all arrest warrants for murder are for ILLEGALS.
6. Mexican gangs murder 500 – 1,000 people yearly. The county pays out nearly one million each just to prosecute. This is more murder than the entire European Union!
7. Mexican gangs, like Mexicans period, are racist and routinely murder BLACK AMERICANS to “ethnically cleanse” their hoods.
8. L.A.C. pays out hundreds of millions to jail illegals, many of whom are still actively operating their drug and gang businesses.
9. L.A spends millions for Mexican graffiti abatement. Seven million just to clean Mex graffiti off buses which are used primarily by illegals.
10 One in Five births here are “anchors”, women that walked over our borders pregnant to get 18 years welfare for their legal child. This child will be taught contempt for the gringo, our culture and language, and probably never hear the mother speak English. The stats for anchors in the rest of the country is 1 in 10, but breeding fast!
11. At public high school, SANTEE EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX, the overwhelmingly illegal student body are taught in SPANISH. Their books are printed in SPANISH. Their handouts are in SPANISH, and their school assemblies end in !VIVA MEXICO! VIVA MEXICO!
12. The most powerful political party in not the Democrats, or Republicans. Not even Independents. It is LA RAZA “For the race everything, for others nothing!” LA RAZA is funded by your tax dollars, big business which include most of the FORTUNE 500, and business that make big money exploiting illegals, such as La Raza donors WELLS FARGO and BANK of AMERICA.

13. Rep. Xavier Becerra, of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, is Nancy Pelosi’s point man for advancing the La Raza dem’s ever expansion of the Mexican invasion, occupation, welfare and prison state. Pelosi has long illegally hired illegals at her $20 million Napa winery, and vows that no wall will ever be built. The LA RAZA DEMS have long hispandered for the illegals’ illegal votes.

14. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa was a chair for MEChA, the Aztlan Mexican separatist movement to “reconquer” the American southwest for Mexico! He is a major La Raza party member. On the day of the 2006 Mexican march on this country where hundreds of thousands of illegals were handed Mexican flags by La Raza, Villaraigosa declare “This is the happiest day of my life!”. Despite Los Angeles’ meltdown under Mexican occupation and the Mexican welfare state Villaraigosa has created, he won reelection primarily by the votes of illegals.
15. Just south of Los Angeles, in Mexican occupied Orange County, Reps. Linda and Loretta Sanchez (sisters) won their seats with the votes of illegals. The are La Raza representatives and push for expanded OBAMA CARE for illegals, and sabotage Federal funding to pay for prosecution of illegal criminals, and no E-VERIFY.



My Name is Juan, and I'm an Illegal Immigrant
Date: 2010-01-27, 5:38PM PST
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People of the United States, please do not hate me. I come to your country to make a better life for me and my family. I do not want much. just a yob and a used purple 1980-something nissan truck. You will not even know I'm here.

I come from a decent family in Guadalajara. They taught me to obey the law, and always do the right thing. I always obey the law, except for when I crossed your border illegally. Oh, and I don't pay taxes either. I drive without insurance, but that's ok right, because most Americanos already have it anyway? I had to steal someone else's identity to forge my social security card, but that's not really stealing because they won't know anyways right? When work is slow I go to home depot or Star Nursery to pick up a few dollars digging holes, or doing whatever the homeowner wants. I generally do not steal because most days I can get enough money to feed my anchor babies, but there have been a couple of times that I did go back to the gringo's home's to pick up a few tools and their lawnmower. I was able to sell those items at the pawn chop for enough money to put little juan in a soccer league. This one home that i dug holes at had a very pretty girl living there. I keep telling myself not to think about her, but sometimes I think she would like me if I stopped by and showed her my latin charm... and maybe some more if you know what I mean. I'll wait until she is home alone to make my move.

Every weekend mi familia and I invade, I mean, go to the parks. The gringos have pretty much given up on going to parks anymore on the weekends, because it's all soccer games and carne asada barbeques. It's ok with us because parks are free, and the city sends people through afterwards to clean, so we just throw our trash, dirty diapers, cerveza cans, tequila bottles, and pit bull poop all over the place. It's yob security for the guy who cleans, right?

Little juan is doing very good in school. Because we live in an area that is mostly mexicano, they have started teaching his classes in spanish. Little juan said that there are 18 gringo kids in his class, but because there are so many mexicanos in the area, the gringos will just have to learn spanish. I think so this is a good plan... it's good for little juan.

Maria, my wife, is going to have another baby. That's good news for us! We will go to UMC because at UMC they have to treat everyone, including us. UMC gets money from the U.S. government so they can help the poor. That's us! I guess it was probably meant for poor Americans mostly, but hey, what's one more mexicano family in need of care anyway? I mean, how much can it really cost the American taxpayers?

My brother Ignacio, his friends call him wolfy, is in prison. So are 44 of my cousins, my father, and most of my friends. Most are in California, but many are here in Nevada too. The good thing for them is that almost 30% of their fellow inmates are illegal immigrants like them, so when the trouble starts, someone has their backs. People always complain about how the American taxpayers are shelling out so much money to keep illegal immigrants in American prisons, but believe me amigos, you don't want these guys on the streets... I know them. I almost went with them too. One time 3 years ago a coyote gave me 200 dollars (not pesos) to carry 45 pounds of bud across the border. It was close for me, but it was a good thing i made it! The border patrol is getting tougher, but we still manage to make it across for now.

Anyway, that's all for now. Mi amigos just showed up with a flat screen that they stole, and a bottle of casadores. I think so we're going to watch the soccer match and play circus music in the garage until 3 a.m. Maybe I'll catch a chicken from the backyard and we'll have pollo to go with it. See you at home depot. Don't hate me!

And remember if you take a stand against illegal immigration, that makes you a racist. Don't be a racist all you pinche' gringos!

Here’s one teacher’s report on the illegals in our schools.
Subject: Cheap Labor This should make everyone think, be you Democrat, Republican or Independent From a California school teacher.
"As you listen to the news about the student protests over illegal immigration, there are some things that you should be aware of: I am in charge of the English-as-a-second-language department at a large southern California high school which is designated a Title 1 school, meaning that its students average lower socioeconomic and income levels. Most of the schools you are hearing about, South Gate High, Bell Gardens, Huntington Park, etc., where these students are protesting, are also Title 1 schools. Title 1 schools are on the free breakfast and free lunch program. When I say free breakfast, I'm not talking a glass of milk and roll -- but a full breakfast and cereal bar with fruits and juices that would make a Marriott proud. The waste of this food is monumental, with trays and trays of it being dumped in the trash uneaten. (OUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK) I estimate that well over 50% of these students are obese or at least moderately overweight. About 75% or more DO have cell phones. The school also provides day care centers for the unwed teenage pregnant girls (some as young as 13) so they can attend class without the inconvenience of having to arrange for babysitters or having family watch their kids. (OUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK) I was ordered to spend $700,000 on my department or risk losing funding for the upcoming year even though there was little need for anything; my budget was already substantial. I ended up buying new computers for the computer learning center, half of which, one month later, have been carved with graffiti by the appreciative students who obviously feel humbled and grateful to have a free education in America. (OUR TAX DOLLARS A T WORK) I have had to intervene several times for young and substitute teachers whose classes consist of many illegal immigrant students here in the country less then 3 months who raised so much hell with the female teachers, calling them "Putas" whores and throwing things that the teachers were in tears. Free medical, free education, free food, day care etc., etc., etc. Is it any wonder they feel entitled to not only be in this country but to demand rights, privileges and entitlements? To those who want to point out how much these illegal immigrants contribute to our society because they LIKE their gardener and housekeeper and they like to pay less for tomatoes: spend some time in the real world of illegal immigration and see the TRUE costs.
Title: MOVING TO MEXICO - MUST READ! (L.V. Comment Page)
Read this today. Thought I'd share it with you. I'm sure pyrostevo won't mind, since he probably didn't make it up either.

Moving to Mexico

Dear Mr. President, Senate and House of Representatives:

I'm planning to move my family and extended family (18-20 mouths) into Mexico for my health, and I would like to ask you to assist me.

We're planning to simply walk across the border from the U.S. into Mexico , and we'll need your help to make a few arrangements.

We plan to skip all the legal stuff like visas, passports, immigration quotas and laws. I'm sure they handle those things the same way you do here.

So, would you mind telling your buddy, President Calderon, that I'm on my way over? Please let him know that I will be expecting the following:

1. Free medical care for my entire family.

2. English-speaking government bureaucrats for all services I might need, whether I use them or not.

3. All Mexico government forms need to also be printed in English.

4. I want my kids to be taught Spanish by English-speaking (bi-lingual) teachers.

5. Schools need to include classes on American culture and history.

6. I want my kids to see the American flag on one of the flag poles at their school.

7. Please plan to feed my kids at school for both breakfast and lunch.

8. I will need a local Mexican driver's license so I can get easy access to government services.

9. I do plan to get a car and drive in Mexico, but, I don't plan to purchase car insurance, and I probably won't make any special effort to learn local traffic laws.

10. In case one of the Mexican police officers does not get the memo from their president to leave me alone, please be sure that every patrol car has at least one English-speaking officer.

11. I plan to fly the U.S. flag from my house top, put U S. flag decals on my car, and have a gigantic celebration on July 4th. I do not want any complaints or negative comments from the locals.

12. I would also like to have a nice job without paying any taxes, or have any labor or tax laws enforced on any business I may start.

13. Please have the president tell all the Mexican people to be extremely nice and never say a critical things about me or my family, or about the strain we might place on their economy.

I know this is an easy request because you already do all these things for all his people who come to the U.S. from Mexico .
I am sure that President Calderon won't mind returning the favor if you ask him nicely.

Thank you so much for your kind help,

Sincerely, US Citizen & Taxpayer



RE: Actually spanish was spoken.... (Rants and Raves)
Date: 2010-01-25, 3:36PM PST
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at the point where we are now, it is no big deal that spanish was spoken here before english. what the posters are saying is that they are:

1. tired of calling government agencies and state agencies and almost every business in america and being told to press 1 for english and 2 for spanish.

2. tired that the official ballots that we use in electing americans to office are also, printed in SPANISH.

3. tired when they go to "taco bell" or any fast food restaurant and it is hard to understand the order taker based on almost all workers there are hispanic.

4. tired of every time they go to a star nursery, home depot and the likes, that there are countless hispanics, in which i would estimate, that at least 80% are here illegally.... that they are allowed to stand there, without documents showing that they are here in the United States legally.

5. tired of the gangs and low life individials, that sell drugs and write graffiti all over the neighborhood.

6. tired that they reproduce without any responsibility and then the state and the federal government (taxpayers) have to pay for their poverty.

look, i could go on and on. these are only a few grivences but here is the main one to me, why, just because a hispanic pregnant woman "jumps" the border and has the kid here in america, that now, the kid is considered an american and that gives certain rights to..... not only the mother, but her immediate family and eventually, not the immediate family? (IT’S CALLED CHAIN MIGRATION. PUSHSED HARD BY THE LA RAZA DEMS, IN PARTICULARLY HILLARY CLINTON, AND REP. ZOE LOFGREN, AS WELL AS THE 90 MEMBER CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS).

get aload of this one buddy, i am hispanic myself. and, even i am fed up with all that has happened. only legals should be here!!
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ON EDUCATING THE ILLEGALS: Ever wonder why Mexico doesn’t educate their own people?
Worse public schools. America’s public schools already suffer under severe budget constraints, causing large class sizes, textbook shortages, and leaky ceilings. Yet, US law requires that all illegals receive free public education K-12. The Federation for American Immigration Reform estimates that this costs $7.4 billion dollars each year.

The birthrate among illegals is more than double that of legal US residents. The Pew Hispanic Center calculates that within seven years, the children of immigrants, legal and illegal, will account for one in nine school-age children in the US. The Urban Institute estimates that already, 15% of all school children in California are illegals, many of whom speak little English. These students are usually mainstreamed in classes with native English speakers. This means that teachers must slow down instruction, denying native English speakers their right to an
appropriate-level education.
The challenge is even greater because not all those students’ native language is Spanish: For example, in my nearest major school district, San Francisco, it would not be unusual to find a class that had native speakers of Chinese, Russian, Tagalog, Spanish, and English. Imagine the challenge of trying to educate them all. If your child were in that class, would you be confident that he or she would receive a quality education?
Immigrant children pose less obvious challenges to the schools. Barbara Nemko, the Napa County Superintendent of Schools, points out examples: “Unless she speaks Spanish, we have a hard time justifying hiring an even an excellent teacher… So much of our staff development
time must now be allocated to dealing with the needs of ‘English Language Learners.’ Our immigrant kids also come to school with serious health problems that we must address. For example, dentists now visit our high-immigrant schools providing dental services at no
cost to the student.”

Immigrant advocacy groups such as the Mexican-American Legal Defense Fund (MALDEF) and La Raza have additionally burdened the public schools by demanding that schools provide special controversial programs such as bilingual education, in which students are taught in Spanish for much of the day. Bilingual education programs exist throughout California even
after longitudinal research has not demonstrated their effectiveness and after a voter-approved an on those programs.

MALDEF and La Raza also pushed through legislation that allows, in 19 states, illegal immigrants to not only attend any public university in those states, but to pay in-state tuition, while legal residents of neighboring states must pay the out-of-state rate which is three to eight times more. It’s quite an injustice, for example, that a legal resident can be denied admission to taxpayer-supported Berkeley and must attend community college so an illegal foreign national can attend Berkeley—at in-state rates! And often, because of reverse discrimination admission
policies, the illegal is admitted with B grades while the rejected legal resident may have Agrades.

HARRY REID and the HISPANDERING LA RAZA JOBS PLAN: no legal need apply!!!


La Raza Dem Harry Reid’s state is in MELTDOWN in no small part due to the MEXICAN INVASION by LA RAZA DEMS’ INVITATION.

The Mexican occupation has been devastating for Reid’s state of Nevada as it has been for wherever the Mexicans have occupied. Nevada is now 25% ILLEGAL.
Las Vegas is epicenter for the FORECLOSURE melt down, and a substantial amount of this is due to the banks handing over mortgages to illegals with fraudulent social security numbers and undocumented everything. The banks, such as LA RAZA DONORS WELLS FARGO and BANK of AMERICA have particularly marketed their mortgage scams to illegals, as they’ve illegally open bank accounts for illegals with fraudulent MEXICAN CONSULATE I.D. As is always the case, the stupid gringos get the bills to bail out the banksters on this as well as suffer the devastation the banks caused to property values.
Harry Reid’s state, also like most states under MEXICAN OCCUPATION, has soaring welfare for illegals costs. Who pays? Not the Mexican consulate that celebrates their man La Raza Harry (see MEXICANOCCUPATION.blogspot.com under “La Raza”)! Reid was feted by the Mexican headquarters for the occupation for having handed over $5 million dollars to the MEXICAN FASCIST POLITICAL PARTY FOR MEXICAN SUPREMACY, LA RAZA…. “The Race”…. THE MEXICAN RACE!
Medical costs for illegals has doubled as Harry Reid, Obama, and the La Raza dems LIED about not including illegals in their BIG FARMA – BIG INSURANCE BAILOUT. The LA RAZA DEMS have it rigged as always. Legals would be required under the current plan to pay MONTHLY FEES TO BIG INSURANCE, but illegals would NOT be required. They would continue to cause hospital meltdowns at emergency rooms and clinics for free.
No, the MEXICAN CONSULATE operating in La Raza occupied Las Vegas is there to promote the expansion of the Mexican welfare state, not offer reimbursement for being MEXICO’S WELFARE SYSTEM IN OUR BORDERS.
If you witnessed LA RAZA HARRY REID EXTOLLING THE BENEFITS OF HIS JOBS PLAN, YOU HEARD HIM JABBER ABOUT JOBS TO BUILD ROADS. This is code for JOBS FOR ILLEGALS! Where in the United States is there even one construction site that has anyone but Hispanics that can’t or wont’ speak English working? Not in Los Angeles! Here there are numerous large and costly construction sites going with not ONE AMERICAN BORN tradesman. Nor will you hear English belted across the site!
FROM FAIRus.or …. Get on their email list for updates the LA RAZA DEMS will not want you to know about!

RE____Moving (Henderson ) (Don't do it!)
Date: 2010-02-01, 8:41AM PST

Do yourself a favor and stay the hell away from Vegas, it's a shithole.
How are the schools? check it our for yourself, they are the worst in the nation, filled with non English students.
Jobs? oh you are funny asking about jobs, there aren't any.
Housing market? yeah you can buy a house pretty cheap right now and it'll probably be worth half in a few years.
Utilities are way expensive, and we're running out of water.
If you do move here make sure to move to Summerlin, it's the last place in town that hasn't been fucked up by illegals. Don't even think about the east side of town since it's now a total shithole, well unless you like lots of trash, everything in spanish, cars parked in the front yard, having your shit stolen, and you like to buy your food at places like "El Super"

Now if you like to waste all your money gambling, like to get shitfaced everyday, and like street whores then come on down.
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mexicans already have FREE medical and dental. Now it's your turn... ( hospitals and illegals )
Date: 2010-01-28, 7:15PM PST
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...to take advantage of the system.

Was doing some studies about illegal aliens in the Valley, and ended up in a southeast huge clinic with all modern paraphernalia, equipment, etc, in a hispanic clinic where it was full of illegal aliens with their baby anchors on the lap holding their second generation of anchors on the lap and in the belly. That medical/dental facility is fully supported with the tax payers money, of course!!!

United States has such a bright future................
re:job dead vegas (las vegas)
Date: 2010-02-22, 12:10PM PST
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there is jobs here bro,all the cheap paying contractors are hiring illegals! i have been looking for a job building custom homes,and every job i roll up on a fucking beaner is working! we need to get them out and we'll have a job! how to get them out? i dont know!
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“Unfortunately, the bill does not require that these new workers be legal or that employers use E-Verify to confirm their work authorization. Moreover, Congressional staffers have confirmed that Senator Reid has already invoked a procedural maneuver that blocks any and all amendments to the bill.”
Reid Jobs Bill Goes to Floor Monday; Aids Employers Who Hire Illegal Aliens
Senators and Congressional aides braced Monday for the first test of Senator Majority Leader Harry Reid’s jobs bill—a cloture vote. This vote, set for Monday evening, will determine whether the Senate can proceed with debate on the jobs bill, also called the “Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act” or HIRE Act. At this time, reports from Capitol Hill are mixed as to whether there will be enough votes (60 are required) to pass a cloture vote.
Senator Reid introduced the HIRE Act last week hoping to focus on the issue of jobs and the economy, but disappointed immigration reformers by leaving out any mandate that jobs created by the bill go to U.S. workers. The bill has two major tax provisions, an exemption from payroll taxes for employers who hire new employees in 2010 and a $1,000 tax credit for employers who keep those employees for at least 52 weeks. Unfortunately, the bill does not require that these new workers be legal or that employers use E-Verify to confirm their work authorization. Moreover, Congressional staffers have confirmed that Senator Reid has already invoked a procedural maneuver that blocks any and all amendments to the bill.
Stay tuned to FAIR for more information on this bill and other legislation that impacts the American worker.
E-Verify for Mortgage Applications (fraudulent claims from illegal immigrant)
Date: 2010-02-15, 10:38AM PST
Reply to: comm-whuqc-1601882525@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

Rep. Kenny Marchant Proposes Bill to use E-Verify for Mortgage Applications
Tuesday, February 9, 2010, 9:56 AM EST - posted on NumbersUSA

Rep. Kenny Marchant
Rep. Kenny Marchant (R-Texas) has offered the Mortgage E-Verify Act that would require a mortgagor to be verified through E-Verify when applying for a modification of a home loan owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.

"As a member of the House Financial Services Committee, I am happy to introduce my bill, the Mortgage E-Verify Act, which would require, as a condition for modification of a home mortgage loan held by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac or insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), that the mortgagor be verified under the E-Verify program," Rep. Marchant said in a press release. "My bill will potentially save millions by cutting down on fraudulent claims from illegal immigrants and protect taxpayers from subsidizing the restructuring or renegotiation mortgages of illegal immigrants."

Rep. Marchant's bill is a result of a major case in Nevada where a loan officer submitted false income and employment documentation to help illegal aliens secure FHA loans. The scam totaled $6.2 million in loans with many going into default, costing HUD nearly $2 million. The loan officer was found guilty on 32 counts of submitting false information.

"E-Verify is a fantastic program which I have supported making permanent for employers," Rep. Marchant said. "Mandating its use as a condition for home mortgage loan modifications would help eliminate waste, fraud, and abuse in the system and bring integrity to the process. In fact, the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement division (FinCEN) estimates that mortgage fraud increased 1,411 percent from 1997 to 2005. Furthermore, two-thirds of fraud reports in the last decade are due to falsified statements on loan documents. My bill would curb these abuses and protect the taxpayers."
Lou Dobbs Tonight
Monday, November 12, 2007

Mortgage giants Wells Fargo and Countrywide Financial are accused of slapping dubious fees on homeowners struggling to save their homes. With fewer new mortgages being written, these
companies appear to be leaning on these lucrative fees to stay profitable—with devastating consequences for homeowners. We’ll have that report.

States that border Mexico caused the meltdown (simply loans to ILLEGALS)
September 25, 2008

It’s also no accident that the vast majority of the mortgages already defaulted on or about to default come from states where illegal immigration is the most rampant. According to the New York Times: California, Arizona, Texas and Florida. It was time to scam America internally and externally.


The mortgages, with an average size of about $450,000, were Alt-A loans — the kind often referred to as liar loans, because lenders made them without the usual documentation to verify borrowers’ incomes or savings. Some of the loans came only via an on-line application with no appearance of the person getting the loan was needed. Nearly 60 percent of the loans were made in California, Florida and Arizona, where home prices rose — and subsequently fell — faster than almost anywhere else in the country.

But there’s so much more, according to blogger and journalist Michelle Malkin:

Regional reports across the country have decried the subprime meltdown’s impact on illegal immigrant “victims.” A July report showed that in seven of the 10 metro areas with the highest foreclosure rates, Hispanics represented at least one-third of the population; in two of those areas – Merced and Salinas-Monterey, Calif. – Hispanics comprised half the population. The amnesty-promoting National Council of La Raza and its Development Fund have received millions in federal funds to “counsel” their constituents on obtaining mortgages with little to no money down; the group almost succeeded in attaching a $10 million earmark for itself in one of the housing bills past this spring. ( Proving corruption in high levels of our government) our SENATORS are opperating in a Clandestine manner.

(A clandestine operation is an intelligence or military operation carried out in such a way that the operation goes unnoticed).

Come on people it is 1776 all over again. Some of the owners of the Federal Reserve live in England and Germany. The largest shareholder in the illegal stock of the Federal Reserve lives in England, by the way, this is why England's money is worth the most on earth. Gold prices are set in London each morning. The Euro is the second strongest currency followed by the USA.....we are mere puppets for paying the piper to make these people rich beyond imagination.

So, once again, U. S. citizens will pay for the lawlessness of our leaders and their friends on Wall Street. It is a very bad time for our country!


“The principal beneficiaries of our current immigration policy are affluent Americans who hire immigrants at substandard wages for low-end work. Harvard economist George Borjas estimates that American workers lose $190 billion annually in depressed wages caused by the constant flooding of the labor market at the low-wage end.” Christian Science Monitor