Protesters from the Fair Immigration Reform Movement interrupted a House Subcommittee on Immigration hearing on asylum fraud today with chants of “Citizenship now! Families Together!”

Politico reports that a “new, more aggressive campaign kicks off Tuesday, when these [immigration rights] groups say they will begin confronting Republican lawmakers at public appearances, congressional hearings and events back in home districts.”

Amy Grenier, an organizer and research assistant at the Immigration Policy Center, live-tweeted the hearing, summarizing comments by House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.). 

  • RblDiver

    Just like on the internet, yelling in someone’s face is totally the best way to convince hearts and minds, amirite?

    • Republicanvet

      Yeah I’m totally on board now.

      Gowdy should have had them arrested and held for ICE.

      • conservativechick

        Ice doesn’t do their job per orders from the Holder.

    • Archer305

      Lemme get this straight… the chants of “Citizenship now! Families Together!” are basically about people who illegally entered our country, while leaving their families behind, and somehow it is our fault that they left their families behind to illegally enter our country… The logic and hypocrisy is astounding.

      • AlmaAlma

        It makes you realize why the country they left was in such ruins.

        • conservativechick

          **Mexican immigration agents and federal police have the authority to ask for proof of legal status in Mexico and, on occasion, have detained U.S. citizens without documents.** In Mexico you MUST show papers and have them on you at all times! HAHAHA I say we do the same.

  • Stephen L. Hall #NonquamTrump

    Invite me into your home so that I can berate and insult you if you don’t let my friends in as well!

    • carmenta

      who invited them? Its more like ‘let me break into your home…etc’.

      • PatriotRG

        Open the door to your home – feed me, clothe me, educate me , heal me for free! then let me drink and drive , run you over and or rape and kill you. Then let me bring mi familia over so they can do the same , dont you dare try to stop us coming over or dealing drugs, do you really think this is your country ? the dems have given it to us, all we need to is put an X next to DEM. Done deal gringo.

    • conservativechick

      Maybe we need to show up in mass numbers as a counter protest. I’m getting rather sick of the bullying on everything we hold sacred in this country. Enforcing our laws and Constitution being at the top of the list!

  • Richard J Sunkle

    Sure go ahead and irritate Americans some more. That’s sure to change my mind.

    • Maxx

      I’m 6-4…I suspect most will have to borrow the ladder they used in climbing over the wall to be “in my face.”

    • conservativechick

      I say, for their sake, we adopt Mexico’s immigration policies? Anyone else agree?

      • Thale Taxurfeet

        Absolutely. I’ve always thought reciprocity was the appropriate and neighborly tack to take.

  • JeffWRidge

    Go ahead, get in people’s faces. Show them your true attitude and lack of tolerance and respect for the viewpoints of other people. One of the best things that could happen to this country would be for the American people to get a good look at the real ugly face of the amnesty crowd.

  • QueenB

    Um….if you were so concerned about your family being together perhaps you shouldn’t have left some of your family members in your home country? If you are talking about children of illegals that were born here, perhaps you should have thought about the possibility of there being a problem before you came here illegally. Finally, why did you break into this country only to attempt to change our laws? Perhaps you should protest in your home country to get them to change their laws? After all, if you’re here, but flying the flag of your home country, it must be a pretty awesome place. So why are you here in the first place?

    • walterc

      I’ve never understood the breaking up the family argument. This isn’t the Soviet Union or Cuba, they are free to take their children with them. No one is forcing them to stay here.

      • only4uandme

        I don’t understand the I can’t leave, my kids where born here argument. Take them with you or leave them behind but that does not excuse you the “ILLEGAL ALIEN”. Get the hell out of dodge and get in line. If thier actions work in Washington and it will, we can expect it at the banks and stores.

        • Republicanvet

          I was at my bank last week where I spent about 2 1/2 hours doing some business. I was right next to a Latino teller who got more business than the other tellers because she spoke Spanish. It was shocking how many came in, waited for her, and they only spoke Spanish.

          • TJCrane_NCC1701

            I’m pretty sure that it’s against the law for the bank to give illegal aliens accounts, at least it used to be.

            Always ways to skirt the law for the illegal aliens though…..

          • Republicanvet

            It may be against the law somewhere, but who is enforcing it?

            About 10 years ago, before the housing market tanked, banks started advertising or targeting their services to illegals saying they would accept their ID to open an account. The Mexican consulate would hand out the ID cards which are called the matricula consular cards, or MC cards. There was even a bank in Milwaukee advertising mortgages to illegals. I asked the question back then of who was liable when that mortgage holder was deported. Nobody wanted to address that because banks were making loads of money, and the loans were resold to Fannie and Freddie anyway.
            Then the market tanked, and tax payers were left holding the bag.
            It was against the law then, but like now, nobody enforced it.

          • Guest

            I believe it.

          • only4uandme

            Remember the good old day’s when there were local investigative reporters?

    • Happy Dragon

      This story made me think of the Elian Golzalez thing, but I was really young when that happened, so I’m not sure I recall it with any degree of accuracy.

  • Ruth

    This may make Americans feel less compassionate but I’m afraid our Republican ‘leaders’ will wet their pants and ask where they sign.

  • rick

    Sign of the times…Government has taken away the voice of the people! A Corrupt Socialist entity is forming and dictating to America!

    • supplyguy

      Government didn’t “take” anything away from us. We gave it all away for a bowl of poridge.

      • rick

        I didn’t give away mine, nor did I get or want any soylent green porridge………

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Why should Members of Congress care what these “asylees” think? It’s not like these people can VOTE, or anything.

    Oh, wait…

    • John Castigo


  • QueenB

    Because nothing is going to get the average American to fight for your cause than screaming about how much America and American sucks because we don’t bend our laws to your whims.

  • LegalizeShemp

    Why weren’t these criminals and their advocates threatening and intimidating Democrats from 2008-2010, when they controlled The White House, the Senate and the House? They could have easily passed amnesty, yet they didn’t do it? Why, when we hear Republicans are the obstructionists here?

    • only4uandme

      You sound like you might believe the dems can chew gum and walk. First things first. 1) Shine the light on healthcare under the guise of helping Americans. They are still trying to figure out how to sell us on immigration and how it is in our best interest. If they have to, next they will be telling us we all can own an illegal.

    • TugboatPhil

      They had to pass Obamacare and expand the welfare state so the illegals would have something to support them when they got amnesty.

    • FranklinWasRight

      Obama needed to get reelected. Now that he has, the radicals on every issue come out of the woodwork, and obviously the Republicans seem weak or they wouldn’t feel confident enough to make open threats.

  • Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Anyone showing up anywhere in an attempt to get “rights” for ILLEGALS should immediately be arrested and deported. End of story.

    • Hirogen

      Wow. Even Americans that support it?

      • Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        Absolutely. And people who ask stupid ass questions just for good measure.

        • supplyguy

          That’s kind a not funny, but I can’t help myself from laughing.

          • Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Laughing is good. 😀

      • Hey, That’s Pretty Good

        Why not, there are liberals who have in the past said that we should round up and arrest anyone who owns a gun, because guns can be used to kill people.

        Illegals are breaking our laws, making them criminals. Aiding them should be a misdemeanor at least

      • obitoo

        Why not? That’s how it’s done in Mexico, if they have dual citizenship and if not, they rot in jail for helping the ‘foreigners’.


    6: A good tactic is one your people enjoy.
    7: A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag.
    8: Keep the pressure on. Never let up.
    9: The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.
    10: The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition.
    11: If you push a negative hard enough, it will push through and become a positive.

    Straight out of the playbook.

  • sambar2

    “@ByronYork Once that happens, any of the compassion people have felt for their situation will go out the window.”

    Yeah, that happened for me a long time ago. The breaking point was in 2006 when they had their big protest in LA. My idea at the time was that they should round up every single illegal protesting and deport them ON THE SPOT. While those who decided to go to work that day — instead of protesting their ability to illegally stay in this country and leech off the system (???) — should be given a path to citizenship on the spot. Not a perfect solution but at least it would have differentiated between the ungrateful cretins and those who actually want to work and contribute.

    • carmenta

      There already is a perfectly good ‘pathway to citizenship’ – its called the immigration visa application process. NOBODY should be rewarded for circumventing the law! If you cant follow the rules, why would America want you to stay here? Nobody can answer that for me. Why should law-breakers be rewarded with a special pathway when one already exists that the law-abiding have to follow?

      • sambar2

        Take it easy, it was just my thought at the time mainly based on my emotions at seeing these ungrateful people break our laws, steal from us, and then rub it in our faces by angrily protesting as if there is anything more they deserve from us. Not to mention waving the Mexican flag while doing it. Ugh. When I saw many people working that day, who could have obviously been protesting instead, it caused me to have a sense of warmth for them. Not to mention how ironic it would be for the protesters to find out if they had just gone to work that day, they may have been rewarded for it.

        Not saying it was what we should have done, but I loved entertaining the idea at the time. We’re on the same side. Chill.

        • carmenta

          just venting… as a legal immigrant who has spent thousands of dollars, and lots of time dealing with paperwork and immigration/visa applications, I really have NO sympathy at all for those who choose to break the law and then demand that they be rewarded! Personally, I’d make it a condition of immigration that the applicant needs to have never resided in the US illegally. Stuff ’em I say! Whatever happened to ‘crime doesn’t pay’?

          • sambar2

            I totally agree with you. I guess I didn’t word my first post accurately to express my true feelings. My idea was less of an actual workable idea and more of a “Wouldn’t it be hilarious if…”, thinking specifically of the looks on the protesters faces when, as they were being deported, found out if they had just gone to work that day things would have turned out much differently for them.

            I applaud you for being a legal immigrant and love hearing people’s stories of how they immigrated. We hear so much BS from those who say it’s impossible and that being illegal is the only way so I love when those people are proven wrong.

          • carmenta

            Its not really an inspirational story – I mean I didn’t flee from oppression or escape from mad mullahs – just a love story of marrying my GI… but still, it has cost us thousands of dollars, lots of humiliation in unnecessary medical exams, reams of paperwork and background checks ad nauseum. Its no fun, I assure you, but after nearly 3 decades we’re still happy, so its certainly not a ‘Green Card’ marriage!

          • 4liberty

            You are exactly the kind of individual we welcome with open arms!! Thank you for doing what it took to do it right!!

        • BeautifulAmerica

          When you saw people working that day did yo also have a warm feeling for all the legal Americans unemployed?

          • sambar2

            I think I’ve made my thoughts on illegals pretty clear. If you’re suggesting that my temporary appreciation of those who didn’t attend a nasty anti-American protest in any way usurps my compassion for unemployed Americans, I’m afraid you’re barking up the wrong tree.

          • BeautifulAmerica

            Wish I could agree with your sentimental sentiment, but the reality is that,
            behind both the ugly protesters and
            behind those you saw working,
            were millions
            of their cousins, extended families, and friends,
            all supporting an amnesty which will
            destroy our country, their American freebie goldmine.

  • Booker

    I hope somebody gets tazed the next time they come. Don’t hold back, officers.

  • CO2 Producer

    No reform. Enforce.

    • BeautifulAmerica


  • LegalizeShemp

    Why pass new laws when these criminal aliens have shown absolutely no interest in obeying current laws?

    • TJCrane_NCC1701

      Right ! These people (supporters of criminals) are friggin’ INSANE !

      They’re also anti 2nd amendment because it gives people a fighting chance against being victims of crime (FROM the illegal aliens…..).

      “these criminal aliens have shown absolutely no interest in obeying current laws?”.

      Neither has the (at least) last 3 (criminal on this issue) administrations. Bush TOTALLY lost my support with amnesty and got me PO’ed with TARP.

  • Guest

    The poster child for asylum fraud.

  • keyboard jockey

    Day late and a dollar short on hearings on asylum fraud.

    • Hotlanta Mike

      Aslyum fraud? How about Auntie Zeituni and Uncle Omar? But yet again, the smartest man ever to occupy the Oval Office didn’t know anything.

      • mike_in_kosovo

        He hasn’t heard about it on the news, yet…

  • LegalizeShemp

    If you Einsteins wanted to keep your families together, why did you leave your family behind and enter another country illegally?

    • BeautifulAmerica

      Something for nothing.

  • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

    If these (_)_)holes are so hot on political activism, let ’em practice it in their own damn country! See how well that flies there.

  • John Castigo

    They do realize that if THIS were Mexico and they tried this nonsense, they would all be shot dead. Just sayin’.

  • nc ✓s & balances

    Remember the hissy fits in Madison a couple of years ago with the teachers unions and Scott Walker? How’d that work out for the “in your face” and “done with playing nice” crowd?

  • LegalizeShemp

    Wait a minute, isn’t this the kind of stuff the TEA partiers are accused of saying, you know, inflammatory unhinged rhetoric with a tinge of veiled violence in it? I thought leftists refrained from this type of talk? Lock and load patriots, here they come again !

  • Stephen Henry


    Felons who have served their sentences shouldn’t be blocked from voting by state laws that disproportionately affect minorities, Attorney General Eric Holder said.

    “These restrictions are not only unnecessary and unjust, they are also counterproductive,” Holder said in remarks today in Washington. “These laws deserve to be not only reconsidered but repealed.”

    Holder’s push for restoring voting rights of felons is the latest change he’s seeking in long-standing criminal justice policies that he has said do nothing to make Americans safer and have steep costs.

    • Ruth

      They are always looking for new voters.

    • conservative2012

      I believe even a felon if they have stayed on the straight and narrow for an x number of years should get they’re voting rights back.

      • Adam Wood

        They already can, depending upon the state. Most states have a relatively easy process for petitioning to get one’s rights restored as an ex-con.

        It’s definitely NOT the federal government’s business.

    • mike_in_kosovo

      Let’s see Holder come out for letting convicted felons get their 2nd Amendment rights back, as well.

  • LegalizeShemp

    Has anyone spoken out for the 50,000 Americans who have been killed by illegal aliens since Sep 11,2001? From DUI, robbery, terrorism and the like, Americans are being killed at the rate of 8 per day by illegal immigrants. I guess we need them here, because they kill people that Americans are too lazy to kill !

    • Bathing Suit Area

      How many have been killed by American citizens during that time? Should they all be kicked out too?

      • sambar2

        If they’re found guilty they should be behind bars.

        No offense but your arguments are really lame. As I saw someone say yesterday, “I demand better trolls on this thread!”

  • CR

    Here’s what I don’t get. Imagine these headlines:
    “Bank robbers assemble in droves to protest enforcing anti-robbery laws.”
    “Murderers assemble in droves to protest enforcing anti-murder laws.”

    If this happened, and the people proudly announced, loudly, that they were bank robbers or murderers, presumably, the police would come and arrest them… right?

    So, when these ILLEGALS who broke the law assemble to shout about how they deserve XYZ, why don’t we arrest and deport them? They are conveniently all getting together and announcing their law-breaking to us. So, why don’t we treat them like any other criminals would be treated?

    • Stephen L. Hall #NonquamTrump

      “Cannibus users assemble in droves to protest enforcing anti-drug laws”

      Oh . . . wait . . .

      • CR

        It’s not a crime to break the law if the left doesn’t like the law.

        Imagine the converse- If gun owners assembled with illegal guns to protest anti-gun laws, how quickly do you think THEY would be arrested!?

        • Stephen L. Hall #NonquamTrump

          Or displayed an illegal capacity clip on a news show.

    • carmenta

      ^ this – and they can arrest the useless PO(TU)S that goes and tells their hunger striking pals, ‘its not if, its when’, as well!

    • Adam Wood

      Oh, come now! No person is illegal! And that guy breaking into your house at 3:00 in the morning simply wants to borrow your toaster, so you should never assume that he means you any harm.

      • PistolsForPandas

        They’re only “borrowing” the toasters Americans can’t be bothered to “borrow”!

      • CR

        If you were a REAL liberal, you’d probably suggest I add the guy breaking into my house to the deed so he could stay forever. After all, doesn’t HE deserve the American dream of a new home too. Occupy Houses!


    • mike_in_kosovo

      So, why don’t we treat them like any other criminals would be treated?

      Because they’re potential Dem voters, of course.

      • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

        …And don’t forget KING FINK 0BAMA’S “Kid Gloves” policy…If the ICE agents do any harm, an Illegal Immigrant (or Many) will scream “OPPRESSION!” Well, let ’em scream for all I care! They’re CRIMINALS who are BREAKING OUR LAWS and should be TREATED AS SUCH!! Jawamax 8<{D}

  • frozeninbemidji

    As long as you’re going to show up at my house, you wanna trim those hedges down a bit.

  • Ruth

    If we gave citizenship to people who broke the law and circumvented our system, why should anyone come here legally? I’d feel like a sucker if I jumped through all the hoops and paid all the money only to see others just waltzing in. Being an American citizen used to be highly prized but leave it to the leftists to cheapen it.

  • Eric

    Well, hey this saves money. Instead of searching for the illegals, they come to you! Should make ICE’s job easier, eh?

  • Ruth

    Just because we didn’t enforce our laws for the last umpteen years doesn’t mean they should get a free pass. We didn’t drag them into this country. They had it good for a while but time’s up.

  • iconoclast

    Protests like this certainly fill me with confidence that the overwhelmingly Democrat federal bureaucracy will enforce future immigration laws.

  • LSmith

    I would also wager that many of those protestors are those who took full advantage of the (asylum) process (which included being released into the US to pursue their claim.) Had their claim for political asylum heard (and in many cases, was either fraudulent to simply gain entry, or simply did not rise to the level requiring the protection of the US under current law or policy in the form of a green card for them and their family), and were actually denied/received an adverse decision, and shockingly, will not or do not want to leave the US, as ordered.

    Right, these are the people for whom laws should be either completely rewritten to accommodate them remaining in the US, or outright ignored.

    • LSmith

      I would also add, there is NO WAY ICE (ICE Headquarters/management, that is) would allow ICE (the ones out and about) to lay a finger on any of these protesters; not event identify them. It will not happen under this Administration, period. Makes you all fuzzy inside, doesn’t it? Imagine how the ICE folks feel watching all this.

      And, just remember all those scenes from last year from various border ports of entry in CA, TX, AZ, of throngs of Mexicans- some previously deported, many who had returned to Mexico years prior, some with criminal records, walk up and demand to be let in to pursue “asylum” claims; and some to be released from detention to pursue “asylum” claims. Along with hordes of professionally smuggled Indians, Romanians, Sudanese, and other countries, who have been taught “key phrases” for that initial asylum interview, followed by their release into the US, after asylum officers found ways to “get to yes”.

      Of course, these weren’t the actual asylum determinations; those will come years down the road. Meantime, they will argue they have the “right” to remain, no matter how they got here, under what false pretenses, or how long they have been here. They are entitled.

  • NRPax

    Dear Idiot Children (AKA Amnesty seekers),

    If this country was even 1/10th as oppressive as you fantasize it is, you would be in mass graves right now instead of expressing your views.

    • PistolsForPandas

      That raises another question: if we’re as oppressive as you think it is, why are you trying to get in to begin with?

      • NRPax

        That is a very good question.

  • H50 ✓RAT

    Throw them out every time, if they cant conduct them selves accordingly they have asked for it.

  • supplyguy

    Hopefully this will show the squishes on amnesty that these people are not their freinds. They are never going to vote for you, ever!

  • DG

    I’m glad the illegals are organizing. It will make it easier to identify them, round them up and deport them. Well…….in 2017 anyway. Nothing is going to happen right now.

  • FranklinWasRight

    I really hope they get aggressive, it backfired for the unions in Wisconsin, it will backfire for la Raza as well. But we need citizen journalists to take photos and document the bad behavior, as in Wisconsin the MMS won’t cover it.

    • LegalizeShemp

      True, the media only covers angry protests by the Right, all Left wing protests are described as “mostly peaceful”, which means “partly violent”.

  • Hey, That’s Pretty Good

    So being disrespectful to Americans while being here illegally and demanding free handouts for life, and you illegals think you deserve anything?

    Libs love to say, “they want the American dream.”

    That’s all well and good, but there are Americans not getting to live the american dream because of Obama and his failed policies.

    And don’t misinterpret the facts libs, the Dems only back immigration because they need the illegal vote. And the economy wont’ be boosted by having them here. Millions more added to welfare, social security, food stamps, and medicaid? That’s going to make things worse, not better. Only a moron would think it makes it better.

  • Hey, That’s Pretty Good

    Congress should focus on helping American citizens before they focus on helping people who aren’t even citizens. We need jobs, we need our healthcare not to cost double than it used to or have our insurance cancelled because of a blowhard idiot Socialist wanting more control.

    I can’t just walk into Mexico and demand citizenship and free handouts, why should they?

    Dont be duped, America. Any American born citizen or legal immigrant are going to all be screwed.

    Hopefully if amnesty passes like the libs want, hopefully they see their entitlements take a huge hit so the Dems can have more money to give to the illegals they gave amnesty to. Maybe then the libs would give a damn.

    And the Amnesty crowd has never been nice, tolerant, or respectful. They’ve been yelling and making demands and have trespassed on private property (when they showed up at one Republican’s front lawn without his consent last year or the year before), and have slandered and have made false accusations of the people who dont’ think sneaking into the country illegally warrants a free handout. So when have they ever been nice about their demands?

  • amyshulk
  • conservative2012

    Giving citizenship to anchor babies, bad idea. This has to be done away with.

    • nc ✓s & balances

      Ding ding ding!!!!!

    • Bathing Suit Area

      You mean like Michelle Malkin?

      • M C

        By her own definition of the word Malkin is an anchor baby.

        • mike_in_kosovo

          Wrong. Her parents were immigrated at the time of her birth.

          • nc ✓s & balances

            What is it with libbies confusing legal with illegal?

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Blind regurgitation of talking points….

      • Leende

        Were her parents illegal?

  • Gatortrapper

    I oppose legalization on a carte blanche basis for illegal aliens but recognize that there may exist some instances where a blanket ban is equally as problematic. But this requires thoughtful discussion and analysis before there is any line drawing and discretionary authority authorized. And that requires more detailed information on who they are and what their backgrounds reflect on a host of relevant issues. Right now we have no solid data or information with most of estimates of the total number being no better than mere “educated guesses” based on Census data extrapolations and anecdotal data assembled piece meal.

    Also we have seen that neither the Administration nor the Congress is apparently interested in what the 2 major unions representing immigration enforcement related employees have to say about the process and the failures that they have observed. Why have they been excluded from the exchange of information?

    Also we have not heard from the various States groping with the problem, excepting the political opportunists seeking to gain some perceived advantage they might realize from liberalization. And the various measures pushed by the Democrats only seeks their input long after a declaration of failure to meet the security percentages that the proposed laws establish. That seems a** backward doesn’t it? They should be on the ground floor of any revision to the law, as frankly every State should. Remember that during the first years of this country, the STATES held the right to regulate the issue of immigration EXCLUSIVELY, with the Congress only being allowed to “prohibit” the States after 1808 as found in Article 1, Section 9, Clause 1 of the Constitution. An argument can be made that in a government of limited, enumerated powers that the power to prohibit does not confer anything more, or less and that at most the federal government has co-extensive jurisdiction in this area, another reason to involve the States in the process of review of the existing law.

    Finally, we need to know how many are here. As it stands we cannot accurately assess the projected cost nor benefit of any change because it is pure conjecture. Implementation of a mandatory alien registration law that requires that if you fail to register that there will be severe penalties, including their exclusion from any future measure to provide a path to legal status.

  • Mister A

    I must say that this is the most unbiased reporting of events I’ve seen here in a while. Don’t get me wrong, I love the commentary from the Twitchy staff, but I think this one is notable in it’s presentation of the facts. Stark and straightforward. Everything is verifiable.

  • Bathing Suit Area

    “America used to be the sort of great nation that could say ‘Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses’ but now all that’s being ruined by these damn dirty Mexicans who keep sneaking in.”

    • Mister A

      Who are you quoting?

    • LegalizeShemp

      Yes sicko, that’s when people used to follow the rules, unlike these Mexican nationals, who are breaking the rules and the law, with your blessing. Nice try, but a lame correlation as usual.

  • LegalizeShemp

    That’s strange, but the Democrat Left is always telling the Republicans that angry confrontational attitudes are a losing formula as far as convincing people that your ideas are right. Isn’t it strange how the subversive Left embraces the same angry confrontational tactics when their minions are attacking the rule of law and the integrity of the US? Yes, such tactics get the green light from the Left for their agenda, after a stern lecture on how those same tactics will be the death of the Republican and TEA parties.

  • JD Son

    Get in line like the rest of those that come here legally, or get the F*ck out. NO AMNESTY!

  • Lamontyoubigdummy

    We will be in your face. Get used to seeing us



    Don’t just remind us occasionally.

    Go crazy!

    Incredibly piss off, and infuriate the country you wish to illegally enter to jump on the gub’ment “handout dole”.

    That’s the ticket.

    You win La Raza.

    This whole American joint’ll be Mexico in no time flat.

    Where you gonna run after that?

  • yourmamatoo

    It’s illegal immigration. Why does the media leave out the Illegal part?

  • yourmamatoo

    Let all the blue states have, support them. Let’s see how well that works out.

  • radicallyalyssa

    Immigration advocates belong in an asylum. How appropriate.

  • ashknothole

    What happened to all that “living in the shadows” argument?

  • QueenB

    I wonder howamy of these protestors signed the petition to have Justin Bieber deported?

  • chaga


    Missouri has no illegals, go figure…shouldn’t the other states do the same?

    Missouri ‘s approach to the problem of illegal immigration appears to be more advanced, sophisticated, strict and effective than anything to date in Arizona . Does the White House appreciate what Missouri has done? So, why doesn’t Missouri receive attention? Answer: There are no illegals in Missouri to demonstrate.

    The “Show Me” state has again shown us how it should be done. There needs to be more publicity and exposure regarding what Missouri has done. Please pass this around.

    In 2007, Missouri placed on the ballot a proposed constitutional amendment designating English as the official language of Missouri . In November, 2008, nearly 90% voted in favor! Thus, English became the official language for ALL governmental activity in Missouri . No individual has the right to demand government services in a language OTHER than English.

    In 2008, a measure was passed that required the Missouri Highway Patrol and other law enforcement officials to verify the immigration status of any person arrested, and inform federal authorities if the person is found to be in Missouri illegally. Missouri law enforcement officers receive specific training with respect to enforcement of federal immigration laws.

    In Missouri , illegal immigrants do NOT have access to taxpayer benefits such as food stamps or health care through Missouri Health NET.

    In 2009, a measure was passed that ensures Missouri ‘s public institutions of higher education do NOT award financial aid to individuals who are illegally in the United States .

    In Missouri , all post-secondary institutions of higher education to annually certify to the Missouri Dept. Of Higher Education that they have NOT knowingly awarded financial aid to students who are unlawfully present in the United States .

    So, while Arizona has made national news for its new law,it is important to remember, Missouri has been far more proactive in addressing this horrific problem. Missouri has made it clear that illegal immigrants are NOT welcome in the state and they will certainly NOT receive public benefits at the expense of Missouri taxpayers.


    Taken from: “The Ozarks Sentinel” Editorial

    • Michael Anderson (WB)

      South Dakota has another key ingredient: Winter.

  • Saito Sama

    And they bring what to the table?? Oh yeah.. My Bad! APPITITE!

  • Clete Torres


  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    I wish these “Immigration Protesters” would realize WE (THE MAJORITY OF AMERICANS) DON’T WANT TO REWARD THEM FOR BREAKING OUR LAWS!! #NOBRAINERALERT!!! How HARD is that for them to Understand?!?They’re Welcome to come to the United States, as long as they do it LEGALLY!!
    Understaaaannnddd? Jawamax 8<{D}

  • URGR82

    There is no policy to protest in their own country. ..hmmm

  • ejochs

    Hiding in the shadows, as our betters would say.

  • ThomasCollins1

    “We will be a thorn in your side, every single day. We will be in your face. Get used to seeing us.”

    This is a white liberal American, not an illegal alien.

  • CainCan

    I’m sure they will, especially now that they can legally drive a car to the voting booth. Thank you, Obama, you may as well now rename our country to Amexica.

  • $92510698

    You’ll be in our face, will you? That might prove entertaining,

  • objectivefactsmatter

    Anarchists getting cocky. I wonder why.