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Will activists turn to violence & start looting & rioting in US Immigrant Rights Activists "It's Showdown Time?

If there's one point that Illinois' immigration reform activists have driven home over the past year, it's that they won't take "next year" for an answer. When naysayers on Capitol Hill said that legislative reforms had no chance of moving forward in 2010, Illinois' own Rep. Luis Gutierrez responded by introducing legislation that would put some 12 million undocumented people on the path to citizenship. Those community groups, faith leaders, and students that came out in record numbers to help elect President Obama in 2008 aren't backing down either. This spring, they are focusing their attention on the White House and Congress -- and taking the fight to their doorstep. Activists from across the Prairie State -- from union organizers to clergy to nonprofit leaders -- came together yesterday to highlight their effort to send 10,000 Illinoisans to D.C. on March 21 for a national rally in favor of comprehensive immigration reform. (If you're interested in participating in the march, the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights has more information here.) "It's showdown time," Centro Sin Fronteras' Emma Lozano said. "We are united as never before. We will mobilize as never before." Watch Lozano and fellow reform supporters, including Chicago Ald. Ricardo Munoz and United Electrical Workers District 11 President Carl Rosen: http://progressillinois.com/posts/content/2010/02/23/immigration-reform-activists-its-showdown-time Why are they still showing up to protest with the flag of Mexico ?

Asked By: Maricopa County - 2/24/2010
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Not only threatened to do the violence if they don't get what they want, they inform us on some sites that the Mexican Army will make mince meat of the Americans who do not agree to their terms... More
Answered By: Joel W - 2/24/2010
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those arse wipes aren't going to get there amnesty or dream act . marching in the streets waving mexican flags demanding rights is pathetic. the next march they have will bring about the end of this b.s. it think there is a parade sometime in march were these parasites will hopefully realize its a waste of time. i.c.e... More
Answered By: bobby - 2/24/2010
 
With most republicans' seats hanging on the votes of the latinos if cir gets voted on by the time elections come, i feel sorry for each and every one of them who'll cast a "nay" Long story short, the time to hit is now. They wont get violent unless a bunch of rednecks decides to fight them
Answered By: Adam - 2/24/2010
 
There is a path to citizenship! Funny how you never use the word illegal? If someone breaks into your house and becomes an undocumented renter and then demands that you rent him the home what do you do... More
Answered By: Jerry H - 2/24/2010
 
Hopefully they will. Criminals are criminals and we should not expect any better. Disgusting polititons abbeting this scum should be dragged through the streets and covered with offal as they deserve. Why congress is concerned with Toyota with 39 auto deaths over 6 years and not the thousands of Americans murdered by... More
Answered By: Ted SB - 2/24/2010
 
If you kick somebody in the crotch often enough they're bound to take a swing at you one day. But it'll be your own fault if they do. They'll turn violent if the cops wade in there like the goon squad waving their night sticks and their pepper spray.
Answered By: Meilien - 2/24/2010
 
When will these pro-illegal activists/terrorists understand that illegals are NOT immigrants, nor are they refugees. They are criminals who flaunt our immigration laws by coming here in the dead of night, and then have the nerve to flout their illegal status demanding "rights" that were never intended for them... More
Answered By: Hoekom jy my haat - 2/24/2010
 
If you are illegal and live in Illinois you are an ILLEGAL ALIEN NOT AN ILLINOISAN S-T IS S--T NO QUESTION ABOUT IT. YOU ARE NOT AN IMMIGRANT NOR A REFUGEE YOU ARE A CRIMINAL s******g AND SO ARE YOUR RELATIVES . PERHAPS THAT IS WHY YOU DO NOT KNOW YOU ARE A MEXICAN OR WHATEVER. . AN ILLINOISAN IS A PERSON THAT IS... More
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Answered By: Judy B - 2/24/2010
 
Nothing would make my day more. I am ready to go ape on these illegals and would love one good reason to do so. I own enough to give them one hell of a battle. I am tired of these criminals and ready to do what it takes to get rid of them like we do in the military for other freakin countries.
Answered By: the crow - 2/25/2010
 
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