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Re: “Clay Aiken

Go Clay Aiken. I wholeheartedly support you on immigration. My great granpa was Cherokee. My granfather, half Cherokee, half white, married twice. His 2nd wife, my step granmom was also part Cherokee. The Cherokee are a dying breed in N.C. There are few Cherokee in N.C. That is why I welcome natives to N.C. be they from Mexico, Central or South America. We need more natives here. It's not right that at every stoplight I come to the majority of faces be white or black. It's not right that only salt-water-immigrants or their descendants say, "yes" and "no" on immigration issues. "Go home and come legally" many people say, but they are ignorant of the fact or don't realize that the only way anyone can come legally from Mexico, Central or South America is that they have to have a lot of money, be rich, own property and be married already and even if you meet the qualifications, they are still denied visas most often. It is very hard to get a Visa to come to the U.S. legally from Latin America, nearly impossible. Latin American Natives can not easily get visas to come legally; many are not doctors or engineers already, as are many muslims coming with degrees, but then Latin American Natives are not suicide bombers either, they do not make planes fall from the sky, do not mean you harm. They are not your enemy. Many are good people and hard workers. Most Latin Americans are Native American ndns and Chrisitans, by God, (just for those of you who are sooo proud of your native roots). I say, "Go Clay Aiken. I'm Chele-Mestizo - white mixed ndn - and you've got my vote".

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Posted by David Lee Yellowmoon on 10/26/2014 at 6:59 PM

Re: “Clay Aiken

Go Clay Aiken. I wholeheartedly support you on immigration. My great granpa was Cherokee. My granfather, half Cherokee, half white, married twice. His 2nd wife, my step granmom was also part Cherokee. The Cherokee are a dying breed in N.C. There are few Cherokee in N.C. That is why I welcome natives to N.C. be they from Mexico, Central or South America. We need more natives here. It's not right that at every stoplight I come to the majority of faces be white or black. It's not right that only salt-water-immigrants or their descendants say, "yes" and "no" on immigration issues. "Go home and come legally" many people say, but they are ignorant of the fact or don't realize that the only way anyone can come legally from Mexico, Central or South America is that they have to have a lot of money, be rich, own property and be married already and even if you meet the qualifications, they are still denied visas most often. It is very hard to get a Visa to come to the U.S. legally from Latin America, nearly impossible. Latin American Natives can not easily get visas to come legally; many are not doctors or engineers already as are many muslims coming with degrees, but Latin American Natives are not suicide bombers either, do not make planes fall from the sky, do not mean you harm. They are not your enemy. Most are Native American ndns and Chrisitans, by God, just for those of you who are sooo proud of your native roots. I say, "Go Clay Aiken. I'm Chele-Mestizo - white mixed ndn - and you've got my vote".

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Posted by David Lee Yellowmoon on 10/26/2014 at 6:40 PM

Re: “Clay Aiken

Go Clay Aiken. I wholeheartedly support you on immigration.

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Posted by David Lee Yellowmoon on 10/26/2014 at 6:25 PM

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