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Imigration reform support

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by wasted wages, Apr 7, 2006.

  1. wasted wages

    wasted wages 3/4 ton status

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    On April 10th, all AMERICANS supporting imigration reform are being asked to don t-shirts that say "I Support Imigration Reform" and walk out of school,work,college,whatever and march down to the local imigration office in your city,,,Hell,,, if the illegal's can do it, why not the supporters of reform???

    Hey,,let's make this guy our campagin manager...:haha:

    http://www.jokaroo.com/funnyvideos/mexicanworkers.html



    BTW,,,

    JUST IN CASE it's a Repost I'll start it,,,
     
  2. tiger9297

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    Repost, or no Respost, that's one funny Repost. :haha:
     
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    That was some funny $hit :haha: . I hear that down in Cali at the Home Depot's they hang out and try to get job's from people . They are like the plage :mad: .
     
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    Here in Las Vegas there where about 3000 hispanic students that walked out of school to protest immigration reform. An estimated 2800 students did again a second day, and the school district superintendants said "enough is enough", and that the students would not be given an exscused day off for the second day of protest, or let back into school until a parent or gaurdian signed a letter of acknowledgment that they had missed a day of school.

    Since the hispanic students where no longer allowed to walk out of school anymore to protest, the hispanic community decided to arrange a student protest on a Saturday (the students rugular day off). It was reported that only about 125 students showed up to protest on their day off.
     

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