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Illegal Immigration; Hot Topics of 1999 and 2000

They are carrying Mexican flags and protesting in the streets of the United States of America and telling us they want the same rights and freedoms all Americans have. They say they have come here to build a better life and yet they will not take responsibility for breaking our laws and illegally entering our country.

Some of the more radical elements of the legal immigrants claim that much of the western United States is Mexican territory and they want it back. We cannot allow you legal alien immigrants to dictate U.S. policy.

The same issues were hot topics back in 1999 and the year 2000. Please read this excerpt below in an article I wrote in March of 2000 and this will give you a pretty good idea of how things have not changed since then;

“If Barbara Jordan was still alive today she would roll over in her grave, knowing that her life time work was thrown out even after we voted for it. Yet in four to five years we will most likely see the problem make it a new priority and then re-implement those same fundamentals and immigration strategies. Most immigrants who come to America do not get on welfare, they are workers and come to work, eat and send money to family back home. Very good and hard working. Yet why should they come at all? We loan billions to these Nations yet they never build the infrastructure necessary or use the ear marked funds for the right purposes. At the same time we will not be able to get a young American financed for a new car or SBA loan to start a business with Citibank. Yet we know the money will never be repaid from Mexico.”

Apparently many things do not ever change, however the United States of America and the United States Congress needs to work on the legal immigration issue now and solve this problem because one estimate is that there are 24 million illegal aliens in the United States of America today and quite frankly our national economy is at risk and we can't afford to allow this crisis to continue or allow these legal alien invaders to continue to break our laws and come to our country illegally. Consider this in 2006.

Source: www.coolimmigration.com