Weekly Immigration Wire: Harvesting Hate in Hard Economic Times

By Nezua, The Media Consortium MediaWire Blogger

Hate does not emerge in a vacuum writes the editorial staff of El Diario/La Prensa [translated by New America Media]. Nor could it thrive there, we might add. While many collude to bring about positive change, they face opposition from others who have coalesced to propagate negativity on a large scale. As of late, it is the Latino community catching the hate that has been unleashed upon the immigrant community. El Diaro/La Prensa gives the gruesome details:

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Romney reported to FBI as employer of illegal aliens

Ever heard of wehirealiens.com? It's kind of a black list for people and companies that hire illegal aliens. They list them and report them to the FBI and others agencys.
No, I do not want to promote that site, far from it.
But I remembered reading in The Boston Globe that Romney hired illegal aliens as gardeners. So I checked that site to see if he was listed. He wasn't.
So I did what every patriotic American would do: I added him to the list.
For several weeks nothing happened.
So I submitted him again, and this time he made it!
If you like to read about the whole thing, visit:
http://www.dunghill.com/?cat=9

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Who are we at war with today?

Crossposted from Town Called Dobson


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Swift Boat Meat Packers For Bush (political cartoon)

Crossposted from Town Called Dobson


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A big fence? What the (bleep) are they thinking?

I read where earlier today the House of Representatives voted to spend $1.8 Billion (that's billion with a  "B") to build a 700 mile long fence along the U.S. - Mexico border.

They have also authorized the Department of Homeland Security, who was in charge of the Katrina debacle, to look into the feasibility of building a similar structure along the U.S. - Canada border. I wasn't even aware that we had a problem with filthy Canucks sneaking across the border to steal those high paying fruit picking and chicken chasing jobs Americans crave.

AND...they are requiring the Department of Homeland Security to enact a "virtual fence" over both borders that includes cameras, ground sensors, unmanned aerial vehicles and integrated surveillance technology. Five industry teams are competing for a multibillion-dollar contract to assemble the virtual fence, and the DHS expects to announce a winner by Sept. 30.

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