Friday, March 24, 2006

Arizonans mob streets and Kyl for border reform

TUCSON -- Over 21,000 people estimated took to the streets today here and in Phoenix in support of humane immigration reform that will protect people and the fragile border environment.

People also protested against Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) and proposals for more border militarization coming from congress.

This is the photo of the Tucson event at putside Kyl's southern AZ office at Ina and Oracle Rds.

Dem congressional candidate (D8) Patty Weiss wisely was there, at sometimes holding a sign reading "they come for work".

3 comments:

LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder said...

They may come for work, but they are criminals the second they step foot over that border without going through the proper channels.

That makes them not eligible for any privelages or rights that you and me get.

shrimplate said...

And you're a criminal the minute you travel a single mile-per-hour over posted roadway speed limits.

Kiss your civil rights good-bye, criminal.

Kralmajales said...

Too True liberalism...but "the law" is also being broken by the companies and people that hire them. In fact, your President also broke the law when he blatantly ignored the law stating that he must receive a warrant before he records the calls of America...

Response: well, but..uh...they were only spying on people talking to Al Qaeda

Even so...it is against "the law".

Last, there was a time when our "law" enslaved black people.

Roger