Saturday, February 25, 2012

Ramos: "To Latinos, You are the Face of Racism & Discrimination!" Arpaio (Red Faced/Angry) "No! They Love Me!"

Jorge Ramos interviewed Arpaio this week and asked him why he is pursuing his vicious Birther Attack against our President. Arpaio responded he was pursuing the attack because (racist) Tea Party Birthers asked him to investigate. Arpayaso is releasing his "preliminary findings" on March 1st.

Then, Ramos asked him, "To many are the face of racism and know that."
Arpayoso initially tried to pass this off by saying he is a (get ready) "Nice Guy...I've never had a problem with the Latino. They love me." (he was almost begging)
Ramos responded, "No. They don't love you."
Arpayaso interupted, almost pleading, "No they do... How do you know they don't like me.. How do you know... How do you know they don't like me. How do you know...I've got my own polls...Ok. that's what they want to say, I'm going to continue to enforce the laws. (eg: Racial Profile, Abuse of Power, rampant arrests of Latinos in their neighborhoods.)"

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Vicente Duque said...

Mitt Romney in talks over nationwide version of tough state immigration laws. - Immigration adviser Kris Kobach, the man behind controversial 'self-deportation' laws in Arizona and Alabama, says policy could force out 5 million illegal immigrants in just four years

British "Guardian" Newspaper
Mitt Romney to kick out 5 million illegal immigrants in just four years
By Ed Pilkington in Topeka, Kansas
Friday, February 24, 2012

Some excerpts :

Mitt Romney has discussed the possibility of imposing a nationwide crackdown on undocumented aliens, a move that his leading immigration adviser believes could force more than a million people to quit the country every year.

Kris Kobach, the source of some of Romney's most controversial ideas on immigration, has told the Guardian that he has been in direct discussions with the presidential candidate about possible changes to federal policy should Romney win the Republican nomination and go on to take the White House.

The changes would see "attrition through enforcement" – the state-level clampdown pioneered by Kobach in Arizona, Alabama and several other states – extended across the entire US in an attempt to winkle undocumented workers out of the country.

Kobach estimates that within the first four years of a new Republican presidency, as many as half of the current pool of undocumented aliens – some 5.5 million – could be made to flee by introducing much more aggressive enforcement of immigration documents.

The idea is to make the legal environment so hostile to undocumented families, and work so hard to come by, that they will choose to depart of their own volition – "self-deportation", as Kobach calls it.

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