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Re: “For immigrants, N.C. is worth the risk

Ok. I just would like to add something that it might seems little but makes a big different. I just want to remind you, everybody out there, that no human being is illegal. They may be undocumented but that is not reason to call them illegal. Im sure they even have more I.D.s from their countries(such as passports, driver licenses, ect) that a normal USA citizen who does not even know what a passport is. No human being is illegal. The rest is just burocracy and all of the stuff government and society make to separate ourselves from the other human beings that does not look or act like us. If you think undocumented inmigrants are destroying "America", you better go and leave the country and see what "America" has done with the other countries. We always want to be the victims. The problem is bigger than that.

Posted by latinon on 11/23/2007 at 12:47 PM

Re: “ICE puts a chill on Smithfield workers

As a Latino member of this community I really feel insulted and sad for this kind of comments full of hate and ignorance. I hope that one day you really find out how we do really help the economy in USA (your country?). Where are those "american" whom are looking around for jobs?. Sorry, but if there are jobs and there are not workers, somebody has to do it. Please, just get you an airplane ticket and see a little farder from the border... No human is illegal We just need a more human way to see the problem.

Posted by latinon on 09/01/2007 at 12:06 PM

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