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  • Gullekian
    Gullekian wrote:
    <p>Is this amazing or what?? Do you remember a few years ago, during the mad cow epidemic, the United States government could track down a single cow, born in Canada almost three years ago, right to the stall where she slept in the state of Washington? And, they tracked down her calves to their stalls. Yet they are unable to locate over 10 million illegal aliens wandering around the country for years.....</p> <p>Isn't this amazing??</p>
  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    There are ten million aliens landed in America??

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    What's that movie where the aliens eat cows?

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    Critters?

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    you mean they don't find them deliberately??

    lol...yes. thats what he means. havnt you noticed the rampant accusations of "racism" which are leveled at anyone who claims to be intent on patrolling US boarders or hunting illegal aliens? People who care about this "problem" are in fact going against the system, bizzarre as it sounds, and almost all are demonised by politicians and the media. Why? Not only do politicans want the illegal vote, it is secretly the agenda of the government to keep as many illegals in the nation as possible. Why? They are good for the economy (not good for local working people of course, they drive their wages down, but they are great for fatcats that want to pay their employees peanuts and get very cheap labour tax free).

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    Illegal aliens cannot vote.

    Probably legally they cant, but since when were polls ever 100% fair and by the rules (yes, even in america..)?

    That's the problem when the politicians are the puppets of major corporations... the system doesn't protect the locals but helps major corporation to grow richer.

    Can someone give me a rough time frame for when this is going to change?

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    when people will have enough playing the sheep and become wolves.

    is it as simple as this? must we really revolt and 'kill 'em all' in order to change things?!? everyone can agree on reorganization but no one can agree on how the reorganization should be organized.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    implying The Conspiracy is pandering to the illegal immigrant vote

    Yeah... no. You're dumb, and Isidnar is right; nearly every Hispanic American who emigrated legally has a friend or family member who doesn't have the proper paperwork, so even well-to-do upper class Hispanics usually lean toward amnesty or guest worker programs at a minimum. Unless they came from Cuba after Batista fell.

    Besides, Republicans have been quite successful in purging many actual U.S. citizens from voter rolls. You're a fucking moron if you think there are enough illegal immigrants risking deportation to commit voter fraud that politicians would stand to gain anything by pandering to them.

    Moreover, prioritizing the "hunting" of undocumented workers to defend the sanctity of an imaginary line in the sand actually is kinda racist, just like busting a brothel and rounding up all the whores is kinda sexist. Just like the johns and pimps at the root of the problem tend to get off scot-free, so too do massive agribusinesses, who protect themselves from liability for labor violations by hiring independent contractors to recruit and manage farmworkers.

    Kicking the "illegals" out doesn't at all reduce the demand for cheap farm labor. It seems rather silly to me to acknowledge the economic conditions at root of the problem yet still insist on treating it by just trimming the leaves. They'll be back next spring.

  • Alex ^∞
    Alex ^∞ wrote:

    Isidnar is right

    applause

    nearly every Hispanic American who emigrated legally has a friend or family member who doesn't have the proper paperwork

    hence my term the 'illegal vote' - it refers to the votes cast by legal voters (usually relatives) who sentimentally vote for the interests of illegals.

    the "hunting" of undocumented workers to defend the sanctity of an imaginary line in the sand actually is kinda racist

    Didnt say it wasnt, but the line isnt imaginary. Besides, it isnt the fact that they are undocumented workers, it is the fact that they are illegal aliens. What do you think should happen to illegal foreigners in China?

    You're a fucking moron if you think there are enough illegal immigrants risking deportation to commit voter fraud

    Ah, but as we just established - they arnt risking anything because they wont get deported - and it is "racist" to prosecute illegal immigrants. (Racism is the most evil of evils. Ten times more evil than rape and murder.)

    the johns and pimps at the root of the problem tend to get off scot-free

    Lol, nonsensical feminist gender studies rhetoric comes out again. Such utter claptrap I cant help but lulz.

    Kicking the "illegals" out doesn't at all reduce the demand for cheap farm labor.

    Correct douche. It reduces the supply, thus making what labor remains (ie non-illegal, law abiding local people) worth more. This is bad, of course.

    P.S. Change your avatar to an animated character which better suits your personality plz. You are about as far from SS as a gnome could possibly be.

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