Date registered: Feb 2004
Vehicle: 68 280 SEL, 89 300TE
Location: Washington, the state!
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These people need to be deported, they are not playing by our rules and they expect us to change our rules to meet their needs? Go back to your own country and protest for better wages and rights/representation.
Our economy needs them? No, our economy would benefit from hiring legal workers as they pay more taxes and put less burden on social systems. This is unfair to the poor in our country who are already our fellow citizens, are we to just give up on them? The only people that benefit from this are the corporations and business that hire these rats. I don't care if my food will cost more if it means that people are being paid fair wages.
These are not people who are dying to be citizens, they just want more money for themselves and to send back home(to the tune of $2billion a year, all going through large companies like Western Union). They don't care to integrate, all of their picketing signs and speeches are in spanish, and they show so little desire to assemilate as legal immigrants and residents do.
On the evening news the other night they questioned some illegal workers on some local corner... their english skills were pathetic, and I would not dare to call them bilingual, yet both of those questioned had been here more than 14 years each!
We are importing Latin America's poverty, disease, criminals, and other various problems.
Fuckem, follow the rules or get your ass out of my country we have enough problems with out them as it is. Laws are to be upheld or changed through legal process and by legal citizens, they are not to broken like our borders.
::Familie von Mercedes::
'00 German Sheperd ("Hans")
'89 300 TE 117k
'92 400E (killed in action)
'68 280 SE/8 (High School Sweetheart)
'95 E320 (mother's)
'60 190D (dad's new project)
'05 A6 Allroad 2.7t (dad's ride)
'84 190E (sold)
'90 300CE (brother's)
Last edited by myfirstbenz; 05-01-2006 at 02:32 PM.