Skip to comments.So Cal Walkout Pics (Dubya's Future GOP)
Posted on 03/28/2006 2:06:57 PM PST by StoneColdGOP
Joseph Sanchez, Long Beach resident brought out his son, Joseph Sanchez Jr., 4, to protest the HR3447 bill. (Tracey Roman / for the Press-Telegram)
A protester holds up a sign that reads "Revolution is the solution" in spanish. (Tracey Roman / for the Press-Telegram)
School officials keep an eye on marching students as hundreds showed up to Montebello High School and urged those students to leave the school and protest against proposition HR 4437 on March 27, 2006, at the Montebello school. The Mexican flag was raised at the school by the protesting students, shown in the background. Students walked from El Rancho High School in Pico Rivera to Pioneer High School in Whittier, then on to Whittier High School, to Montebello High School and then to downtown Los Angeles. (Raul Roa/Staff photo)
Students protesting wave the Mexican flag as the crowd gathers at Cesar Chavez Park in Long Beach. (Tracey Roman / for the Press-Telegram)
Whittier area students from Pioneer, California and Whittier high schools walked out of classes to protest the proposed federal immigration bill March 27, 2006. The protestors put up the Mexican flag over the American flag flying upsidedown at Montebello High. (Leo Jarzomb/Staff photo)
Students from Marshall High School, Blair High, and Pasadena High School and Muir High School walked to the Pasadena Unified School District Headquarters in protest to denounce a federal legislative proposal that would criminalize illegal immigration and require building a 700-mile wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. (Walt Mancini/Staff photo)
Students holding the flag of Mexico, after the flag of Mexico was put on the flagpole, replacing the American flag and California Republic flag. Pasadena police chief Bernard Melekian with Pasadena police officer Mike Korpal place the flag of California Republic and the American flag to the flagpole at its proper height at Pasadena Unified School District headquarters. (Walt Mancini/Staff photo)
Area high school students raise the Mexican flag at the Montebello High School flag pole as they marched to the school to urge those students to also walk and protest against proposition HR 4437 on March 27, 2006, at the Montebello school. Students walked from El Rancho High School in Pico Rivera to Pioneer High School in Whittier, then on to Whittier High School, to Montebello High School and then to downtown Los Angeles. (Raul Roa/Staff photo)
They want a borderless brave new world.
I've made my position clear. To repeat: Bring in the number that the country needs and do it legally.
They don't just raise the Mexican flag, oh no...
To simply hoist their own banner would be wrong, but could be passed off as an expression of mis-guided heritage worship.
But they have to make sure the include our flag upside down, and beneath the Mexican flag, just to get the message out plain enough for all to understand....
They are coming through loud and clear...
"We hate America, We hate you, and we really don't give a damn about what you dumb Yankees think.....
Oh, but keep sending your taxes to provide us with an education and free lunches, Gracias"
American brings in about a million real immigrants a year. Equating illegals with immigrants is a very tired ploy.
Say the number.
The number that the country needs? That number is zero. I think what you mean is bring in the number that business interests desire for cheap labor; and that number, as you know, is limitless.
Illegal or not the're still immigrants. Do you disagree?
And as I've said 20 on this thread I want it done legally.
If a man wishes to come to my land to be my countryman, according to the rules and values of my land, he is IMO welcome.
those who come to my land with no intent to be my countrymen, who pollute my land with their barbarism, who demand my people adapt to them... These are not welcome, and they ARE a problem.
They will still vote Dem regardless.
They have a history of doing nothing but that as a rule.
Yes, because you want no immigration from Mexico to be considered illegal. Under your plan, even the guys scaling the fences would be legal.
I beleive that America is the land of opportunity and that immigrants are needed even more so now with the small birthrates. I guess we have a disagreement.
Sorry, your telepathic skills leave much to be desired.
You would have a point if these immigrants were willing to become Americans and assimilate. But the are not willing to do that. They consider themselves Mexicans first, and proudly wave the flag of their homeland.
So getting back to your point...when American birthrates are declining, hordes of anti-American Mexicans are the last thing this country needs.
You cannot take the stance you are taking without being anti-American to the core. What's your story?
we're looking for info on the pic where ACCESS sponsored a sign
The Canteen is the place
Can you believe this was once the hometown of Richard Nixon?
Now it's part of Mexifornia.
I'm glad he didn't live to see this shameful day.
ACCESS is as bad as CAIR
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