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Re: “Fishing while brown

Ok - seriously - Can we request that officer Brown come to Siler City to citate all the HUNDREDS of ILLEGAL "brown people" who continuiously break the law by stealing others identities. This is just one case where the North Carolina Division of Wildlife Enforcement - North Carolina Law enforcement is doing their job. It's exactly as written by another reader, If I am in Mexico or whatever county these people come from, I am going to be charged and prosecuted according to their laws - well honeslty - welcome to America - hey sure you can take my identity and then proceed to perform illegal actions while living in "my country" illegally. They didn't even bother - They didn't have a valid/fake ID. I'm subject to these laws only because I am a legal US citizen but hey, if your here illegally, feel free to screw over us tax payers, after all, if no one knows your here - your not really responsible for anything, are you??? Where do I sign up for that fake Visa? Ohh and I'm just curious, did they sign up for the US governmental insurance before they expidited thier own deportation? - Hey - why not get it all while you can - The US could probally have their health insurance benefits transferred to make sure they "received the proper medical attention needed". Brown, why didnt you hand them a governmental insurance request form along with a fake ID. Thats the only other thing you could have done to please the so called "I'm here take your identity group". Please - Deport them all - I've been to foreign countries and I have followed all their rules. I'm very proud to see that our Law Enforcement Agencies still feels the need to do so here in America. We should give them a big box of doughnuts! Honestly, job, well done, Brown!

Posted by AREYOU SEROUS on 08/20/2008 at 2:02 AM

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