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MISSISSIPPI SENATE APPROVES ARIZONA-STYLE BILL

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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    Indeed they remind us of the Jim Crow days!
  2. Another Voice's Avatar
    Georgia is getting ready to do the same thing...I think Nebraska also!! I guess the message of lessons learned was in Chinese or they did not get it after all these years!!!
  3. George Chell's Avatar
    "Georgia is getting ready to do the same thing."

    Same mindset...former Jim Crow state!
  4. gg's Avatar
    Opinion: Ruben Navarrette Jr.: Toxic view of Hispanics is hazardous to health of GOP

    http://www.mercurynews.com/opinion/ci_17138850?nclick_check=1
  5. Frank W.'s Avatar
    What's all the uproar?

    In times of crisis there will always be a scapegoat for all the problems of this nation (in this case undocumented immigrants). Besides that, the American populace is so ignorant and easy to manipulate with non-sense as the one proposed by those members of the State Assembly - a clever way to keep them distracted from issues that really matter (i.e the impending collapse of the American economy).

    Remember that these people only represent the interests of the people who financed their campaigns, more specifically banks.

    THE COLLAPSE OF THE US DOLLAR
    Illegal immigration as a "controversial" issue will disappear as soon as the national economy collapses, essentially the demise of the US Dollar as the world's reserve currency and the emergence of a new monetary system.

    This scenario will facilitate the social-judicial-economic integration of the North American states (Canada, US and Mexico); therefore, undocumented Mexicans and/or Canadians living in the United States -approximately 25 million individuals- won't have the necessity of adjusting their legal status since they will be able to work in the US with their current national documents.

    Consequently, the remaining undocumented aliens from countries outside this de facto union (about 5 million) will become the target of any sort of legislation dealing with immigration reform (easy to pass without too much drama).

    Moreover, due to National Security concerns, President Obama will simply issue an executive order giving some sort of legal status and/or protection to millions of undocumented immigrants based on certain requirements and/or prerequisites (most likely a work permit that can be renewed indefinitely including a mandatory service in the Armed Forces).

    This event will take place PRETTY SOON since Barack Obama can now assert that US Congress is incapable of passing some sort of legislation dealing with a comprehensive immigration reform and NATIONAL SECURITY demands concrete results.

    For those who believe this scenario is unlikely to occur, educate yourselves about Title 50 of the United States Code (War and National Defense).
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