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Immigrant's Weekly March 24, 2008
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Results Of Immigrant's Weekly Poll: What Is The Relationship Between Free Trade and Immigration?
What Is The Relationship Between Free Trade and Immigration? Free trade leads to more immigration 53% (9 votes), Free trade leads to less immigration 6% (1 votes), Free trade and immigration are completely independent issues 18% (3 votes), Immigration is a kind of free trade 24% (4 votes), Don't know 0% (0 votes) Total Votes: 17.

Immigrants Of The Week: Lawrence Tynes, Jean-Philippe Darche, Morten Andersen, Marco Beltrami, And Farah Taslima
Celebrate contributions of these outstanding immigrants to America.


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Dear Weekly Editor:
Having just read the many letters last issue (IW 3/17/08) from the "do gooders", permit me to respond. The illegal Mexicans presently in our country are NOT humble, they are NOT just trying to put bread on their table. They are arrogant, rude, clannish people who contribute nothing to our country. They do not want to be Americans, they have no interest in becoming citizens. Do we want a "work force?" Maybe. Just workers, no families, particularly the ones over 40. No benefits of any kind other than what their employers give the. A flat income tax, not based on dependents because most do not tell the truth and cannot be checked. No free hospital emergency room for family visits. We're losing hospitals left and right. No free schooling, in particular those idiotic bi-lingual classrooms. Our students are being deprived of a decent education. And above all, a stop to the criminals among them who are making a mockery of our laws. Why shouldn't they? Look how easy it is to come here. To you bleeding hearts that read this, please visit your local WalMart on a Saturday and watch these poor illegal aliens with their overflowing carts. Did you ever consider that they pay between 2000 and 4000 dollars to be brought illegally to our country? Poor? Smart, you bet. They know a good thing when they see it.

Ken Roberts


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