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  •  If cities in California (0+ / 0-)

    are serious about the mistreatment of illegal aliens in Arizona, the mayors of those cities should procure a convoy of buses to bring those captured, abused visitors to the confines of their own jurisdictions. Then they will be able to show the world that not all of America is racist. They will be able to care for, feed, and house these indigents until jobs can be found for them. And what of the costs? California has plenty of money to spend on illegals. This is no problem for the richest state in the union. Bring all the poor non-citizens to California. Its time we stood up for those who are not us.

    •  This sounds like a RW screed (3+ / 0-)

      I fail to understand your point.

      California's per capita undocumented population (and total undocumented population, obviously) is already far higher than Arizona's.

      Your comment sounds like a veiled RW screed. Please don't repeat RW talking points. They're HR'able as per the FAQ. Feel free to discuss the actual issue at hand, of course.

      "Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted." -- MLK Jr.

      by mahakali overdrive on Sat May 01, 2010 at 04:00:43 PM PDT

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      •  Just responding to the (0+ / 0-)

        uproar made by California mayors. If you don't have solutions to things you don't like, then those problems never go away. This would be one way to solve two problems. The appearance of the US being racists, and the mistreating of illegal aliens. California would lead the way, followed by Minnesota, in repairing these scars on society.

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      They will be able to care for, feed, and house these indigents until jobs can be found for them.

      They already have jobs and are able to care for, feed and house themselves as well as "legal" Americans.

      "Es mejor morir de pie que vivir de rodilla." E. Zapata

      by Mas Gaviota on Sat May 01, 2010 at 04:56:44 PM PDT

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