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As usual Ms Baher was her total bitch self.
She said Gov Brewer is only tring to protect
her on political career and dosen't really care
about the illegals.
I don't care about the illegals either...unless they are all walking south!!!
I answered yours!
go ahead with the project please
I don't know how
with a hell of a lot of money
Actually it was revised after that and is now ARS somth'n.. That's the technical name for it around these parts "ARS somth'n" .. Lot of interesting developments this AM..
First of course is the big push to slap back at the boycott folks in Cali with utility cuts..(AZ is the prime supplier of Cali electric from three power stations).. This of course will never happen.. Exactly the sort of thing that if they ever did would bring the Feds in.. Scary scary stuff if that ever happened and the start of martial law.. Obviously a non starter.. But just more escalation of the issue.. This is coming from AZ conservatives and media..
Whats really scary is the State Dept. holding civil rights talks with China.. and WE brought the issue of AZ law up to the Chinese.. (quoting the assistant director who formerly was involved with a human rights organization) We brought it up to the Chinese early and often.. This is some type of sophomoric "empathy" play from the State Dept.. To one of the most repressive regimes on Earth.. Stupid, transparent, and in the world of statesmanship.. amateurish..
follow up on 1070.."ARS somth'n"
Your Governor ROCKS!!!!
Got, the Biggest BALLS in the U.S.A.
I, Lyle Hutchins DO herby, stand beside the Humans of The Great State of Arziona!
When asked about the subject, I unLOAD!!
Like i've said, got Kin in Az. A cousin and he has a bunch of kids, one of which in a Law Inforcement Officer.
One more time "GOOGLE "OPERATION WET BACK"
This Is My Answer to all WET BACKS
simple! : )
The effort began in California and Arizona, and coordinated 1075 Border Patrol agents, along with state and local police agencies, to mount an aggressive crackdown. Tactics employed included going as far as systematic police sweeps of Mexican-American neighborhoods, and random stops and ID checks of "Mexican-looking" people in a region with many Native Americans and native Hispanics. In some cases, illegal immigrants were deported along with their American-born minor dependent children as is standard international practice. This occurred despite the fact the children were, by current legal interpretation of the 14th amendment, citizens of the United States. Some 750 agents targeted agricultural areas with a goal of 1000 apprehensions per day. By the end of July, over 50,000 immigrants were caught in the two states. An estimated 488,000 illegal immigrants are claimed to have left voluntarily, for fear of being apprehended. By September, 80,000 had been taken into custody in Texas, and the INS estimates that 500,000 to 700,000 had left Texas of their accord. To discourage illicit re-entry, buses and trains took many deportees deep within Mexican territory, prior to releasing them. Tens of thousands more were deported by two chartered ships, the Emancipation and the Mercurio. The ships ferried them from Port Isabel, Texas, to Veracruz, Mexico, more than 500 miles (800 kilometers) to the south. Some were taken as far as 1,000 miles. Deportation by sea was ended after seven deportees jumped overboard from the Mercurio and drowned, provoking a mutiny which led to a public outcry in Mexico.