Thursday, March 15, 2007

Drag Racers Deported

Three Arizona high school students were deported to Mexico after a police officer stopped the car they were in for drag racing and called federal immigration officials. A federal immigration official called the deportations of the three juveniles "very uncommon." The head of the local (Gilbert) Human Relations Commission questioned whether the students were victims of racial profiling.  Click here for details.

KJ

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Racial profiling. I suspect, on the spot, this turkey does not have an education and does not know what racial profiling is all about. But since Mexico doesn't educate their people, I suspect in this case we could educationally profile fer sure!

Because some 70% of the illegal aliens in this country are from Mexico or south of the border, viewing a lack of identification, or suspicious identification, is cause to wonder. And lets face it.. this is a very, very expensive business for the City and State. If they get to seize a racer along with deporting some of the bad guys...HORAYY!!!

Posted by: Joel E. | Mar 15, 2007 5:34:02 PM

It's unfortunate for the citizen Hispanics, but they'll have to understand that when millions of Latin Americans cross our borders illegally, invoking the ire of the citizens by showing contempt for our law, it is likely that they will be victimized by the suspicions of the local populace where these invaders settle in great numbers. If I were to see a newly formed ghetto of English speaking only Hispanics in the middle of Iowa, would anyone expect that I would come to any conclusion other than that they are illegal aliens, knowing what we all know today? The same would occur if illegal alien blond-headed Swedes started forming ghettos in great numbers. It doesn't take ordinances like Hazleton's to put instantly formed ghettos of one ethnic under suspicion of being illegal aliens, and if the local citizens resent these people violating their federal immigration laws being broken, can they be faulted? This is human nature. The best that citizen Hispanics can do is defend their personal rights, condemn illegal immigration like the rest of us, and weather the storm until the illegal immigrants are deported.

Illegal immigration could be solved if we could depend upon our federal government to keep illegal aliens out of our country, and if we had a reliable form of unforgeable citizenship identification.

Posted by: Horace | Mar 19, 2007 6:11:46 AM

"If I were to see a newly formed ghetto of English speaking only Hispanics in the middle of Iowa, would anyone expect that I would come to any conclusion other than that they are illegal aliens, knowing what we all know today?"
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Change this nonsense to read, "Knowing what we all know today about the massive influx of Mexican and Latin American illegal aliens, if a reasonable person were to encounter a newly formed ghetto of Hispanics, only capable of speaking Spanish, in the middle of Iowa, could anyone not conclude that they are illegal aliens?

Posted by: Horace | Mar 19, 2007 9:33:20 AM

"If I were to see a newly formed ghetto of English speaking only Hispanics in the middle of Iowa, would anyone expect that I would come to any conclusion other than that they are illegal aliens, knowing what we all know today?"
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Change this nonsense to read, "Knowing what we all know today about the massive influx of Mexican and Latin American illegal aliens, if a reasonable person were to encounter a newly formed ghetto of Hispanics, only capable of speaking Spanish, in the middle of Iowa, could anyone not conclude that they are illegal aliens?"

Posted by: Horace | Mar 19, 2007 9:38:32 AM

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