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As Unemployment increases,do you think the Government will get more serious about Illegal Immigration?

Why have Millions of Illegal Squatters here taking Jobs,when Law-Abiding Americans are looking for work?

Asked By: Angel Of Death - 2/20/2009
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State govts are doing something about the problem, but don't expect Barry, Nancy and Harriet to address the problem. To the Democrats, illegal aliens are undocumented Democrats. These three traitors intend to give a mass amnesty to almost all the 20 million illegals in our country, stop using the E-verify program, and... More
Answered By: Shane - 2/20/2009
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I think the illegals will leave because they can't find work here.
Answered By: Lavon - 2/20/2009
 
Nope I dont think they will worry about it. They dont think thats the problem...
Answered By: I Love My Kitties - 2/20/2009
 
I hope so I live in CA and it's really bad here
Answered By: Gina - 2/20/2009
 
You would think, it is way past time.
Answered By: Ya heard me - 2/20/2009
 
Well Government will do something about illegals-they will be made legals. Just watch, now there are over 20 million of illegals in U.S., government did not stop this barbaric invasion in time, now they have created monster they can not control, so what will happen?....monster will eat destroy us....Government will... More
Answered By: The incredible hunk-chery buster - 2/20/2009
 
of course they are alredy doing check points in texas .new mexico and arizona . d**n puto california liberals are the only hold outs . but don't get me wrong cabrones i love you f****rs to death but if i cant get a job we got to back you f****rs up and make sure we have jobs . when everythings back to normal bring it... More
Answered By: joe'sgreenbunny - 2/20/2009
 
One would hope so but I highly doubt it
Answered By: gwshark2169 - 2/20/2009
 
most of those jobs are crappy anyway....no self respecting american would dare pick fruit and/or gat paid as crappy for most these crappy jobs either.
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Answered By: Kevil - 2/20/2009
 
Only for the purpose of encouraging more. I'll take it for granted that you are referring to the feds. They thrive on the opportunities to stab our people in the liver with a rusty knife. Illegal immigration supports Vote Fraud, Money Laundering, Embezzlement of Public Treasuries... More
Answered By: Roderick B - 2/20/2009
 
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