Date registered: Sep 2004
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Huge, massive Immigration protest in Dallas
A protest of this size is unprecedented in Texas - 500,000 people. The rednecks here are going to go berserk over this one. Here is a link to Dallas Morning News broadband broadcast clips:
Perhaps those who think building a wall should look at it. We have 11 million people in this country, (an estimate I think is low - it is probably more like 30 million) who are unable to participate in this democracy, and are held in almost-slave status - they are taken advantage of by criminals who employee them and the criminals that bring them to them. We need to quit calling them "illegals", admit that they are here because we invited them here to be our wage slaves, indeed we are all co-conspirators with the coyotes and racketeering traitors, as we enjoy our cheap hamburgers and relax while they give us a nice car wash. We need to face some stark realities - we need to start taking steps to make the ones that are here citizens, while we take steps to either make sure no more of them come or to admit the obvious and start the process of peaceful unification with Mexico. If we are not going to take the step of unification, we need heavy,heavy employer sanctions and a national ID system so we can gain positive control over who is here and why they are here. Fences, jackboot round ups, felonizing aliens, all at this point are simply ridiculous ideas, they will lead to massive social unrest and economic upheaval. Instead we get either GOP Brownshirt bills in the House that seek a Gestapo solution to this problem, or we get a blatant GOP pro-business solution in the Senate that seeks to maintain the status quo while they pass out amnesty - not just to the illegals, but to their crooked fat cat traitorous pals who hired these people and got away with, and want to continue to get away with it.
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-President Barack Obama, 1st Inaugural address