Hispanics fear profiling under new Arizona law

Apr 24, 2010 | Posted by: RadicalTim | Full story: www.sunnewspapers.net

Arodi Berrelleza isn't one of the targets of Arizona's new law cracking down on illegal immigration a ' he's a U.S. citizen, a high school student from Phoenix.

[A.P.] Phoenix April 24th 2010 sun news paper.net A legal 18 year old is in fear when he's with his friends.. Reported in the article His fear is racial profiling. Advocates plan on fighting the alleged anti civil rights abuse...
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"Illegals will CONTINUE to be deported."
Yes, illegal immigrants who commit other crimes will still be deported, but the new policy means around 800,000 people under the age of thirty who are in the country illegally will be allowed to stay without ANY fear of prosecution or deportation.
They can go to school, they can work, they can build families, purchase homes and start businesses of their own.
They can serve in the military.
So tell me gzeena, how's that "hate Obama and make no compromise" approach to illegal immigration workin' out for ya?
"they can build families, purchase homes and start businesses of their own."

He said temporary. Purchasing homes, building families and starting businesses is not temporary. You support amnesty. You support Obama. However you are too afraid to say it.

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- Sparky - wrote:
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Excuse me. But your friends are good at accusing and not being able to back it up.
It seems like the only ones who really focus on the judge-its are your friends. There are more important things in life to be bothered by. Like the executive order Obama just put out.
"Excuse me. But your friends are good at accusing and not being able to back it up."

Really? Prove it.

"It seems like the only ones who really focus on the judge-its are your friends."

Well, them and the individual(s)who are actually expending the time and energy to manipulate them in their favor by creating the illusion that other posters agree with them.

"There are more important things in life to be bothered by. Like the executive order Obama just put out."

There's plenty of room to be bothered by the Judgit Nazi, Sparky, no harm no foul. Did you used to post under the name Ghost Rider?

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<quoted text>Just curious, Where do you generally post if you are not posting over here?
Don't you know? "Curiosity" killed the cat.

There was a time I would have disclosed that information. I do not like followers. Followers who like to disrupt. It is not right to any thread that has a civil dialogue going on. You learn a lot by just reading and seeing.

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His death may be a result of injuries sustained to him by those super evil LAPD back in 1991.
And most likely it was accidental.

You sure do like to start shit don't you? Okay.

Maybe it was drug or alcohol related.

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Maybe, but I doubt it. I still remember that beating. It was so wrong what they did to him. He had a couple of wacks coming to him, but not what he got.
"He had a couple of wacks coming to him, but not what he got."

LOL. That was funny. Still a couple of whacks is police brutality.

One thing we know for sure. Drugs, alcohol, and cops is a bad mixture.

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I was reading another article that said the police suspected that foul play was involved.
Got a link to that trouble maker?

The news have been reporting no foul play is suspected. An autopsy will be performed within 48 hours. Most deaths at home are autopsied.

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Got a link to that trouble maker?
The news have been reporting no foul play is suspected. An autopsy will be performed within 48 hours. Most deaths at home are autopsied.
You have a link to that ?

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You have a link to that ?
Turn your television on.
Any news channel of your choice.

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- Sparky - wrote:
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"they can build families, purchase homes and start businesses of their own."
He said temporary. Purchasing homes, building families and starting businesses is not temporary. You support amnesty. You support Obama. However you are too afraid to say it.
"He said temporary."

And you were foolish enough to believe that?

Are you suggesting that these individuals will not be allowed to get married, have children, or own a place to live?

What's going to stop them if they have immunity from immigration prosecution?

What's going to stop them from starting a business if they can come up with the money?

Have you stopped to consider, some of them probably already own businesses. We are talking about people up to 30 years of age and small businesses owned by illegal aliens are not all that uncommon.

Think about it. One of these newly "immunized" illegal aliens can walk right up to you. Tell you to your face that they are in the country illegally and then tell you to get the fk off their property...and there isn't anything you can do about it.

These people are here to stay.

It's done.

Oh, and about Obama...I've never been a supporter. Never voted for him, but if I decide that's what's best for America, that's what I'll do.

You'll just have to learn live with that too.

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"Excuse me. But your friends are good at accusing and not being able to back it up."
Really? Prove it.
"It seems like the only ones who really focus on the judge-its are your friends."
Well, them and the individual(s)who are actually expending the time and energy to manipulate them in their favor by creating the illusion that other posters agree with them.
"There are more important things in life to be bothered by. Like the executive order Obama just put out."
There's plenty of room to be bothered by the Judgit Nazi, Sparky, no harm no foul. Did you used to post under the name Ghost Rider?
Read the posts by your friends. The posts that not only preced your post but the ones that followed your post.

I just do not think its worth the energy to get upset over the judge-its.

No, I did not. People can think whatever they want, I'm not bothered by it. They lose validity in their opinions which is insignificant to them.

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JackMcIntosh wrote:
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"He said temporary."
And you were foolish enough to believe that?
Are you suggesting that these individuals will not be allowed to get married, have children, or own a place to live?
What's going to stop them if they have immunity from immigration prosecution?
What's going to stop them from starting a business if they can come up with the money?
Have you stopped to consider, some of them probably already own businesses. We are talking about people up to 30 years of age and small businesses owned by illegal aliens are not all that uncommon.
Think about it. One of these newly "immunized" illegal aliens can walk right up to you. Tell you to your face that they are in the country illegally and then tell you to get the fk off their property...and there isn't anything you can do about it.
These people are here to stay.
It's done.
Oh, and about Obama...I've never been a supporter. Never voted for him, but if I decide that's what's best for America, that's what I'll do.
You'll just have to learn live with that too.
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I was offering a comment of what he said.

I have never believed a single word out of Obama's mouth as far as this country goes. I did not vote for him. I will not vote for him in November either.

We will have another amnesty with a pathway to citizenship. Do I agree with it? Absolutely not.

Our government has been slowly transitioning this country in small increments. This is just another test to see how the American citizens are going to react. As long as there is no civil unrest (of which I am not promoting) they will continue to the next phase.

I do believe in order to stop this government regardless who the POTUS is, we need to protest in mass and make our voices heard. Until then, "it is business as usual."

You do not know my opinions or thoughts on any topic Jack, as I have never spoke them with you and really have no desire to. You just are not a likeable kind of guy. With that said, I will post anything I choose to and to whomever I choose to. Including you.

I ignore people's rants. Yours included.
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- Sparky - wrote:
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"He had a couple of wacks coming to him, but not what he got."
LOL. That was funny. Still a couple of whacks is police brutality.
One thing we know for sure. Drugs, alcohol, and cops is a bad mixture.
If my memory is correct, he was resisting arrest at the beginning. So I don't think it would have been considered police brutality.

It's when you hit him while he's on the ground and he jerks from the pain, and then try and say he's still moving so he's resisting arrest, that it becomes police brutality.

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"He is the self proclaimed king of the far right "Aryan" illiterates and an all around schmuck."
"That's a lie Jack."
"It's not a lie. It's an opinion, and it's one shared by many here who do not suffer from impaired cognitive skills."
You do know the definition of "self proclaimed" don't you?
"bragged about smuggling illegal Mexican pharmaceuticals across the border in order to redistribute them to unsuspecting senior citizens here in America"
"That's another lie Jack."
"Again, not a lie. Many seniors just don't realize the dangers of consuming drugs available for sale in México, which does not have the same regulatory standards as the U.S."
Using the word "unsuspecting" makes it a lie. I know a woman that stopped the spread of cancer, and she got here treatment in Mexico at the border. If we get food from Mexico, why should we be afraid of their drugs? Lots of it is from the U.S. anyways.
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Yes, I know the definition of "self-proclaimed". I also realize that it doesn't require the use of exactly the same words that Jack used in order to assert that proclamation.

Using the word "unsuspecting" does not make it a lie. Read my previous post.

"If we get food from Mexico, why should we be afraid of their drugs?" Damn, really? You equate veggies, grains and fruit to pharmaceuticals? Are you serious?

On the other hand, it appears that now - Sparky - is attempting to deny that he is the poster that you, I, and nearly every other poster here recognizes him as.

http://www.topix.net/forum/news/immigration/T...

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A father and his son took a trip to a local farm on Father's Day. The son had been raised in the city, but the father had been raised on a farm, and wanted his son to experience the differences.

As they were walking through the barnyard, the son spied a small paper sack, with the phrase "Sparky's" on it, LYING in the dirt. It was obviously full of something.

As the son reached down to pick it up, the father exclaimed "No, son, don't touch that!".

His son said "But why, Dad", and the father replied:

"Because it's a LyingSackofGoatShit".

"Thanks, Dad. You're the best.", his son replied.

Happy Father's Day to all you Dads, and a hat-tip to all you Mom's who made us fathers' lives worth living.

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A father and his son took a trip to a local farm on Father's Day. The son had been raised in the city, but the father had been raised on a farm, and wanted his son to experience the differences.
As they were walking through the barnyard, the son spied a small paper sack, with the phrase "Sparky's" on it, LYING in the dirt. It was obviously full of something.
As the son reached down to pick it up, the father exclaimed "No, son, don't touch that!".
His son said "But why, Dad", and the father replied:
"Because it's a LyingSackofGoatShit".
"Thanks, Dad. You're the best.", his son replied.
Happy Father's Day to all you Dads, and a hat-tip to all you Mom's who made us fathers' lives worth living.
Happy Father's Day, Jester! Yes, everybody does know Goat Rider when they read him, and I doubt anybody is surprised to see him lie about it;-) It's his routine.

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freebird wrote:
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If my memory is correct, he was resisting arrest at the beginning. So I don't think it would have been considered police brutality.
It's when you hit him while he's on the ground and he jerks from the pain, and then try and say he's still moving so he's resisting arrest, that it becomes police brutality.
After thinking about it myself, you are right. He did resist arrest. It was only after the cops got him restrained "finally" did the brutality begin. He was also high on pcp making it harder for the cops to restrain him.

I still like the way you worded it.

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Yes, I know the definition of "self-proclaimed". I also realize that it doesn't require the use of exactly the same words that Jack used in order to assert that proclamation.
Using the word "unsuspecting" does not make it a lie. Read my previous post.
"If we get food from Mexico, why should we be afraid of their drugs?" Damn, really? You equate veggies, grains and fruit to pharmaceuticals? Are you serious?
On the other hand, it appears that now - Sparky - is attempting to deny that he is the poster that you, I, and nearly every other poster here recognizes him as.
http://www.topix.net/forum/news/immigration/T...
Stating a fact is not a denial.

Think what you may. Your thoughts have no meaningful purpose to me. You are not here to discuss anything of relevance. Are you?
Didn't think so.

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<quoted text>Lol! Yeah I'm talking to me!! JaJaJa!!! Happy Father's Day Terry I'm presuming your a Dad? Either way it was 104 Yesterday and 97 today ready to bbq some more!!!
Three times, Girl, boy, boy. All far away, tho. Glad for your good weather. Getting ready for a storm here. HFD to you, too.
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PRJester wrote:
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Yes, I know the definition of "self-proclaimed". I also realize that it doesn't require the use of exactly the same words that Jack used in order to assert that proclamation.
Using the word "unsuspecting" does not make it a lie. Read my previous post.
"If we get food from Mexico, why should we be afraid of their drugs?" Damn, really? You equate veggies, grains and fruit to pharmaceuticals? Are you serious?
On the other hand, it appears that now - Sparky - is attempting to deny that he is the poster that you, I, and nearly every other poster here recognizes him as.
http://www.topix.net/forum/news/immigration/T...
"If we get food from Mexico, why should we be afraid of their drugs?" Damn, really? You equate veggies, grains and fruit to pharmaceuticals? Are you serious?"

Yes!

http://www.depts.ttu.edu/aged/agriculturist/s...

Food Saftey In Mexico

In Mexico, food-borne disease is one of the leading causes of death in children. Since the U.S. relies heavily on international trade and Mexico is the largest importer of American beef and variant meat, Texas Tech University has put together a team to test the food contamination and unsanitary practices in food processing in Mexico.

So I have to assume that the elderly are in danger as well.

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