Ronnie--flood of immigrants..not just Mexicans - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Miriam
    • 18.04.06 | 04:55 (IDT)

    Ronnie are you saying Americans should put up a "temporary" 26 ft high "fence"?? You know, like the 3 Billion dollar fence that US tax payers funded?--like your "temporary" Wall that Olmert is going use instead of the Greenline to set "final" borders--thereby stealing more land than ever before? furthermore, why all the focus on Mexicans? what about the thousands of other illegals? How many illegal Irish, and others are lost in the crowd? I'd say that Mexicans and others are not destroying the US economy, its the pre-emptive wars that are being waged, and some say they are waged for Israel. The working class here can barely afford housing -so writers comments about being coddled is absurd. Who can afford Health care..? its not because of Mexicans because they DO pay taxes..lots of them and never get their benefits. Stop blaming the victims..and recognize the racism. Just like the way Israelis feel about Sephardi and Palestinians, third class.

    from the article: A flood of Mexicans
    First published 00:00 17.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 17.04.06
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