by John Q. Public » Thu Apr 19, 2018 12:14 pmIt's one thing to let migrant workers in to pick the crops during picking season, having them send the money home to their families in Mexico, and then returning home after the season is over.
I don't know of anybody who supports wide open borders except maybe farmers. But what they'd really like is a policy that recognizes the need for immigrant labor and allows for them to work here legally.
It's another thing entirely, to let them in, then have them smuggle their families in, then overstay their work permits, have babies here, and then demand the right to stay.
Now it's not. Has actually been net-zero for about a decade.
This current hysteria is just the bleating of sheep whipped up by media and politicians.
The City Council voted unanimously at its meeting Monday night to file a friend of the court letter siding with the Trump administration's federal lawsuit challenging the state laws, which took effect Jan. 1.
The council took the action in closed session. It was announced afterward in open session by City Attorney Lonnie Eldridge, sparking loud, enthusiastic applause from many in the audience.
https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/local ... 545957002/
I'm sure Tijuana could use some of your money. Make sure to fill your tank there, so you won't need to spend any money in San Diego County.
Yeah, a monochromatic handful of xenophobic aborigines and grandstanding politicians in scattered wide spots in the road choose to publicly proclaim their ignorance, and to you that makes it all of So Cal...Sean Spicer, is that you?Professor Fate wrote:QR_BBPOST Looks like you'll have to move out of S. California then.
"How stupid is our country?"
My mother-in-law would have been one of them, if she were still alive. She and her brothers and sisters were legal immigrants who did what they were supposed to do, in order to become citizens. They very much resented illegal immigants.
Yucaipa opposes California’s sanctuary state law, approves letter of oppositionMeanwhile,
Debate over California’s sanctuary state law is accelerating through San Bernardino County this week, with Yucaipa on Monday, April 23, joining Hesperia in formally coming out against the law.
City leaders voted, 4-1, to draft a letter of opposition to Senate Bill 54, the California Values Act, after hearing from 48 speakers over 90 minutes of public comment.
https://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/2018 ... pposition/
The Paso Robles City Council voted against taking a stand.
City Council members discussed Senate Bill 54 — also known as the California Values Act — at a Tuesday night meeting that drew hundreds of residents.
Ultimately, council members said SB 54 is flawed. But they said correcting those flaws should be a job for the state, not the city.
The council voted 5-0 to take no action on SB 54, aside from sending a letter to Gov. Jerry Brown and state representatives pointing out the flaws and asking for revisions.
http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local ... 94849.html
"How stupid is our country?"