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New Mexico or California Would be a Good Choice

Illegal immigrants plan to leave Arizona over new immigration law

The Associate Press has reported on some families who have uprooted themselves and moved to New Mexico, for example.

Those leaving Arizona may need to act fast because an increasing number of states have taken up legislation similar to the Arizona law. Oklahoma, Ohio, Utah, Georgia, Colorado, Maryland, North Carolina, Texas, Nebraska, and Missouri have all taken up measures similar to that of Arizona.

http://www.helium.com/items/1819327-illegal-immigrants-plan-...

I doubt very much that New Mexico or California would ever pass anything remotely resembling the AZ immigration law.

Now there still is a very small possibility that the federal government might actually start enforcing their own immigration law. Then a good choice would be Mexico.

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the people would reject a national id card

if proposed by the federal government.
better get the states to do it for them.

"The two weakest arguments for any issue on the House floor are moral and constitutional"
Ron Paul

I must have missed it...where

I must have missed it...where in this article does it talk about a national id card?

it doesn't.

baby steps.

"The two weakest arguments for any issue on the House floor are moral and constitutional"
Ron Paul

it doesn't

it's just one of the things being argued in this illegal enforcement issue. Nothing is beyond the Feds and as we know they will and have done anything they want.

chinkadaro

that would be nice

I wish, or should I say dream, that they would invest their energy toward developing their own country. Mexico is a beautiful place, what very little I've actually seen. They have so many natural resources. It would be so wonderful to see them try to expend their energy on their government instead of the US, and turn things around in Mexico. I'm not saying it's easy, it never is, we are having a rough time trying to turn things around here, but we keep trying. I would much rather have a good neighbor to live beside and trade with then what we have now.

chinkadaro

Invest their energy toward developing their own country.

After 30 years and 55 million Mexican immigrants, it doesn't even matter of who's legal or not to some extent Mexicans abandoned their country.
It is inhabited by peasants and run by a handful of oligarchs. It is "europeanized" plantation racism, and country lost of moral compass by it's leaders.
Of course there was war on the small family farmers 30 years ago continuing to the present, but we need our brother and sister Mexican to get their butts back to Mexico, and take their farms back.
Mexico has completed it's weaponized NAFTA highway, and is a staging ground for UN incursion.
"Respect all living things and creatures, and that no one should be sacrificed at the alter of any government or ideology." Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh

And never forget, “Humans, despite our artistic pretensions, our sophistication and many accomplishments, owe the fact of our existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil and the fact that it rains.”