Both of them deserve what ass kickings we can give them and more!!
Another article of senseless blather in the Red Star and Tribune…Wonder whom paid them off for this line of bullshit?
If you kill someone with a hammer? Fist? Baseball bat? does that make those items ‘illegal’?
Nope…Not in your lameassed world!
But a gun!! Now a gun obviously has a mind and will of it’s own!!
Has to for it to go and kill. Illegally!!
Damn I hate the Government run media!!
Is what I would like to do some days…
Starting with a few local assOs around here…
Most Americans would prefer to send illegal immigrants back to their home countries rather than give them legal status in this country, a new poll reveals.
The poll by Pulse Opinion Research also found that Americans largely believe that politicians who push for giving illegals a path to citizenship are “pandering” to Hispanic voters.
In the survey of likely voters, divided fairly evenly among Republicans, Democrats, and persons of other affiliations, 52 percent said they wanted illegal immigrants to return to their home countries, while just 33 percent would like to see them receive legal status.
But those who oppose legal status feel much more strongly about their position — 73 percent said they felt “very strongly” about that view, while just 35 percent of those who prefer legal status feel strongly about that.
“One reason the public may prefer that illegals head home is a strong belief that efforts to enforce immigration laws have been inadequate,” according to Steven Camarota, director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies. He noted that 64 percent of respondents believe enforcement has been “too little,” compared to 10 percent who believe it has been “too much,” and 15 percent who said it is “just right.” The rest were unsure.
The poll also found that 69 percent agree with the statement: “Giving legal status to illegal immigrants does not solve the problem because rewarding law breaking will only encourage more illegal immigration.” Only 26 percent disagree.
Other results of the poll:
Asked if they had confidence that immigration laws would be enforced after legalization, 70 percent of respondents said they were not confident.
Fifty-three percent of respondents said they would be more likely to vote for a political party that supports enforcing immigration laws, compared to 32 percent who say they would support a party that backs legalizing illegals.
Sixty percent believe that politicians who push for legalizing illegal immigrants are pandering to Hispanics to get votes, while just 25 percent think they are “generally concerned” about the immigrants.
Twenty-three percent say America needs large numbers of immigrants to fill low-wage jobs because there aren’t enough citizens willing to do them, but nearly three times as many — 67 percent — say there are plenty of Americans willing to do those jobs if employers paid them more and treated them better.
Last month about 340,000 Americans took a second job, the largest monthly gain in nearly 16 years, as workers struggled to pay their bills in the Obama economy.
Almost 7.26 million people collected two paychecks in February, up from 6.92 million in January, according to data from the Labor Department.
And the proportion of total employment made up of workers holding more than one job rose to 5.1 percent, from 4.8 percent the previous month.
The increase came shortly after a hike in the payroll tax left many workers taking home smaller paychecks, MSN Money observed. Congress allowed the temporary payroll tax break to expire, sending Social Security taxes back to 6.2 percent from the temporary 4.2 percent.
The tax increase will cost Americans $120 billion more this year than last year, Roberton Williams, a tax economist and the Sol Prince Fellow at the Tax Policy Center, told MSN. That’s nearly equal to the full-year sales of Procter & Gamble, J.C. Penney, and McDonald’s combined.
Most moonlighters work as food-service employees, retail workers, personal-care professionals, bookkeepers, computer technicians, and office administrators, according to the New York Post.
More Americans also are relying on part-time jobs as they have trouble finding full-time work in the still-struggling economy, The New York Times reports.
Part-time positions have risen by 2.8 million since December 2007, when the recession began, but 5.8 million fewer Americans are working full-time.
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