Skip to comments.University of North Texas Students Stage Illegal Immigrant Protest/Mock Roundup
Posted on 01/27/2005 12:09:33 AM PST by NativeTexun
'Immigrant hunt' riles some at UNT Group stages mock roundup to call for more enforcement
08:34 PM CST on Wednesday, January 26, 2005
By MATTHEW ZABEL / Denton Record-Chronicle
A University of North Texas conservative group's demonstration, in which students who captured people posing as illegal immigrants received a candy bar reward, angered some on campus and amused others Wednesday.
The university's chapter of Young Conservatives of Texas held "Capture an Illegal Immigrant Day" on campus to call for tougher enforcement of federal immigration laws.
Some members of the group wore orange shirts that said "Illegal Immigrant" on the front and "Catch me if U can" on the back.
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Wonderful way to make the message heard.
The people are getting more and more fed up with all this illegal crud and that is a good thing my friend.
Good for those kids. They did real good.
Awesome, wish Californians had them balls down in Tex.
The "Mean Green" caters very heavyly to foreign students who get tuition breaks that natives are not allowed.
Being in California I don't have to tell you about Mexican immigrants. I believe I read somewhere that the Hispanics will outnumber the Caucasians in Texas by 2010. It really makes my blood boil because the majority don't try to integrate themselves into the culture. It's aggravating as heck to go to a local cafeteria that is upscale yet employs the Hispanics on the serving line. They can't understand what you're ordering .. when you have a question they mumble .. then sometimes you find when you've walked on they understood ... myself and many others .. not only there but in other places of business .. have heard them break out in English. I better stop because my blood pressure is really rising!
And you better believe a faction of them bring crime with them too. Gangs, drugs... you name it.
Having attended there, I am aware of the large non-American student population ... lots from the middle east in my day. It was distressing even then.
They cost us over 9 billion a year here in Califonria.
The legal latinos who are citizens don't like them either and want them to follow the rules or leave as well. They stand on the same beliefs that we do about this issue.
It is very frustrating and they have so many of them coming across and giving birth in our hospitals, that most here in California now believe the female Mexican must be born already pregnant.
Well, thank ya! ; >
There's a mosque now? Yikes! I haven't been up there in maybe eight years. I used to go back regularly when I lived in the Metroplex but this was before the mosque.
LOL You're probably right. :) NM has 48% LEGAL Mexicans. Can you imagine what will happen if ALL the ILLEGALS are granted amnesty? They will stick together voting and will vote for things that will be beneficial to Mexico, not the US. Their loyalties will be to Mexico. We will literally be annexed by Mexico. We might as well be learning to speak Spanish right now.
Well they have NO skills and would be dependants of the government.
The vast majority would be on food stamps, welfare and would vote Democrat to maintain the cash flow to their pockets.
In addition, if they were allowed here, the next step would be for them to call all their family over which would increase the welfare payments and foodstamp bill another 2000%.
It's a lose lose situation if they are allowed in without following traditional laws for immigration.
I also want to see the giving of American citizenship to babies of illegals stopped. That is a device being used to get the parents welfare and access.
At least give them the choice to leave without a birth certificat, or allow them to have the baby adopted by American citizens.
Hmmm...sounds like Border Patrol extra credit classes to me.
How insensitive to the invading hordes
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