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Re: “Guest Opinion

Oh, Tuscon, sanctuary city and liberal haven. Just yell racism and the bad people fall to their knees to repent.

Man, I am proud of Arizona, and I am proud to boycott all other states and spend my money here. I guess I will have to ask business whether or not they support SB1070 so I can pinpoint my support.

Posted by geriatric1943 on 05/23/2010 at 8:46 PM

Re: “Danehy

I agree with SB1070 because all it does in reflect federal law. It is not a racist law but a well designed law. Mexico, on the other hand, has immigration laws that are racists and punitive. Perhaps, it would be better if we instituted the same laws here they have in Mexico.

When I lived in Mexico I knew I had better have my papers or I would find myself in jail quickly. As a güero Hispanic from north of the border I had to be very careful of the anti-American sentiment that existed. Mexicans are racist in and of themselves.

The law is about borders, security, and cross border crime. The law is about enforcement of existing law and not about choosing which law is to be enforced and which is not. I laugh when I am out and about as Hispanics talk about the whites and how racist they are while they don't know that I understand them perfectly. La Raza is definitely a racist organization that, in my mind, is as much a terror organization as CAIR with their Marxist approach to cutting the opposition off at the knees.

Romero, I am a proud Hispanic who loves the EEUU as a naturalized citizen and who despises the Mexican government for their corruption and treatment of the people. The Mexican government encourages it's citizens to break the law here because the EEUU is the safety valve for their corrupt society. I don't want that corruption here!!!

Yet here you are yelling and sputtering about this racist country. BASTA YA!

Posted by geriatric1943 on 05/23/2010 at 8:35 PM

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