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Tuesday, September 05, 2006

"Values" of the Pro-Illegal Crowd

Source: Chicago Sun-Times

"We want as soon as possible to get some resolution to our problems, especially separating families [by deportations]. That's against our values," said Arturo Aguilar of Joliet, part of a contingent that spent three days marching from the Will County city to join Monday's rally.
Is anyone else's irony bone deeply tickled when you read this? You know what, Arturo? Separating families is against my values, too. So is breaking our immigration laws. When will you and those who support you reconnect your brains to your "values" and realize how ridiculous you sound when you talk about values as you demand amnesty and citizenship in return for breaking our laws and hurting our country?

Speaking of families and values, what is that you think you're teaching your children by making these demands? By sending the message that it's OK to break the laws of this country? To come here illegally? To stay here illegally? To work here illegally? To drive here illegally? To commit Social Security fraud? To steal from the American taxpayers?

Aguilar, 55, a naturalized U.S. citizen, said the rally must be followed by more political action.

"Now it's time to vote," he said.
Let me be very frank. You are a naturalized U.S. citizen, so you already get to vote. But inviting millions of people who have zero respect for our laws to become citizens goes completely against my values. They have not earned that right -- quite the opposite, in fact -- and I pray that our government will not give it away as if it has no worth. I will fight it with everything I've got.

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