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Many Mexicans long ago assimilated into new lives in Nebraska, Iowa

Posted by nebraskaobserver on May 5, 2008

Another “bleeding-heart” story by CINDY GONZALEZ, World-Herald Staff Writer, with the hispanic sounding name.  Openly admits that there are about 60,000 illegal Mexican aliens (not Central and So. Americans) just in Nebraska and Iowa who have been in the U.S. since 1990.  Tries to get sympathy for (Mexican) illegal aliens by telling story of one 87 yr. old Mexican-American service man who served his country honorably and was awarded citizenship for this effort.

That was then, this is now.  It also shouldn’t take 50 + years to assimilate. The immigration laws apply equally to anyone wanting to emigrate from ANY country.  Why do Mexicans and Mexican-Americans think they deserves special attention?  We need to let people in from OTHER countries.   Mexico has sent enough.  Enough is enough.  Do it LEGALLY or “get the hell out!
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2 Responses to “Many Mexicans long ago assimilated into new lives in Nebraska, Iowa”

  1. wreath said

    I’m sorry, but I fail to see the correlation between an 87 year old man….or any other Mexican national…..who immigrated here DECADES ago and the bunch we have coming in now:

    You know…..the ones on some dillusional trip of “conquering” the entirety of the US and Canada for Mexico, the ones committing every type of crime imagineable, the ones committing identity theft and every other type of fraud under the sun because they feel that they are “entitled” to do so, the ones DEMANDING rights and prvileges not available to those legally here or even American citizens, DEMANDING immunity from any and all laws, the ones with absolutely no allegiance or loyalty to this country, refusing to foster it in their children, including their anchor babies, and have basically declared that they will fight against this country but never FOR it.

    What was the point of this story?

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