Illegal Imagrants GO HOME NOW

@dbmax41 (585)
United States
November 4, 2007 8:20am CST
Im sick of people feeling sorry for a country of people that wont build their own country to be like ours. They come here and commit crime and blame us for their woes. Ignorince is bliss??? Boo Whoo GO HOME!!!!!
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@karendva (118)
• United States
4 Nov 07
i partially agree with you. i dont have a problem when people come here from another country. i have a problem when they dont take every measure to become a citizen. i also believe that they should take every measure to learn our language. if we were to go to any country to live we would be expected to learn their language.
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@dbmax41 (585)
• United States
4 Nov 07
exactly my point.
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@roniroxas (10576)
• Philippines
6 Nov 07
that is one of the main reasons why some of us that would go to the process of legalization and go to a country where we are bound to work have a hard time to get a visa... because of those illegal imigrants and over stay as well. we are always denied of the visas because they are expecting that we will be doing what the others people does....
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@dramaqn (1990)
• United States
18 Dec 07
This is all political crap. So many people forget that this country was and is built by immigrants. Immigrants come here for a better life. Yes, unfortunately the rules have changed. But due to the ugly face of politics makes it harder for immigrants that are close by to get in. I'm sure your family aren't originally from America. And I'm probably positive that your forefathers/mothers had to struggle to get here and helped build this country so other immigrants could benefit from what America is. All I want to know is, what is the policy for the nearby immigrants to come over? Why is it that they can't apply to come here? Why do they feel the need to sneek over? Is it a money issue? And don't get started on the crime. Americans commit just as much if not more crime. You gonna run them out too? Unfortunately, immigrants are just looked at first. And then they look at different races, then financial status (social class). This is how it's always been (unfortunately) and this is how it will always be. Maybe if society would pay attention to crime in general instead of their roots, color, or finances, maybe we'd have less shootings at schools, malls, neigborhoods, and colleges. Maybe there would be less kidnappings, murdered children, child abuse, etc. Just maybe. As for feeling sorry for immigrants, I don't think that is the case. I think people are angry at how immigrants get treated and that something isn't being set in stone so that people can get here easily. And it's not their fault nor us everyday common folk Americans, that America owes so many countries. Our debt is beyond our means, and yet people still want to come here. We are almost like some of the countries people are trying to get away from. And that's just the way it is.
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@dbmax41 (585)
• United States
18 Dec 07
Im Cherokee Indian. and the Illegals are still illegal. Criminals.
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@dramaqn (1990)
• United States
19 Dec 07
Ok, so are u gona gripe about it or help solve the problem? There's no use in complaining. Why not help the cause so that they can get here legally? Or are you just that much against them coming? What is your real problem here? And why do you claim all of them are criminals? Last I checked there are criminals in every race and culture.
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@dbmax41 (585)
• United States
24 Dec 07
I truely feel remorse for these people. I wish there was a good solution. Actually if the Mexican government would just make these companies pay the employees what they are worth, they might stay in their own country.
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@spoiled311 (5502)
• Philippines
4 Nov 07
where are you from dbmax? i think you are generalizing too much. i don't think all illegal immigrants are criminals. just a few rotten eggs are spoiling the whole bunch. anyway, for me, it is wrong to stay as an illegal immigrant in another country. it is against the law and when broken, people should be punished. however, not all immigrants have wrong motives. many of them have fled their countries because of mutinees and oppression. they long to live in a country where terror is not a commodity. all i am saying is that, let us not be judgmental. we don't know what these people are going through. a bunch of criminals from a group of immigrants does not speak for the entire community. but i am sorry if you are victim of some sort. maybe your government can do something about it?
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@dbmax41 (585)
• United States
4 Nov 07
What part of ILLEGAL is confussing? They have wrong motives the minute they enter our country. Terror is their doing. Look at Mexico on the web. Research them.
@dbmax41 (585)
• United States
4 Nov 07
Ive research and I do know what they are going through. The same thing we will be going through. Or atleast some of you. I have a farm and I live off the land here.
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@nehrlas (202)
• United States
4 Nov 07
I have to agree with you, ILLEGAL immigrants is illegal and law breaking, no matter how you feel about "how nice" they are, or that they are good people. We created those laws, we should stand up for them. Why do you deserve rights in our country, if you break the law to get here. Its not fair, and I do not see the other side of things, but not for lack of trying. We need to concentrate on how we can assist these people in the process to become LEGAL and not worry about what rights they deserve.
• United States
2 Feb 08
We should not generalize or judge these people. There may be reasons that they came here and did not go through the proper channels. Now I am not saying that they should be here through going through the wrong way just that they get here and they do gripe and complain and do blame us for their woes. If they came in through the proper channels than they would be able to find some relief in their situations. I don't feel sorry for them. And I do think they should be sent back from where they came.
@dbmax41 (585)
• United States
18 Feb 08
I feel I must generalize them because as a whole group they cost the common tax payer big bucks. How can a person judge that?