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Re: “McCain Backs Pearce's Immigration Bill

This bill is such a good idea, it should be passed by the governor in Arizona, this would set such a good example for all other states in America, it will show how real immigration laws should be enforce, it would stop illegal immigrants plan from conquering American for their own purpose, and it would stop them from changing our American Constitution for their own purposes, which is our laws, rules, and regulations! it would help stop their over population! I hope the governor in Arizonia pass this bill. also Arizonia and all other states, someone must hurry and work on our American birthrights, this is something that illegal immigrants take fully advantage of, and it is just left so wide open to them, they use this just for the sake of having their children born here so they can get granted an automatic American citizenships, to me this is their sneaky amnesty for their children alone, it allows, and help them to over populate them selves in America at a very rapid pace, it helps them to benefit social services, and many other American governor freebies, oue employment, it helps them to hollar about being so separated from their American children when they are in the process of being deported, it saves them from being deported! This is their tokens, tickets and of course their anchores that keep them here on American soil, this helps them manipulate our politicians into an amnesty, a path to citizenship for them. All of their wrongdoings in America seems to be gaining them a amnesty a path to citizenship over American citizens heads!! all while Americans are being so ignored when it comes to illegal immigration in America!

Posted by violet on 04/21/2010 at 12:08 AM

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