Kick 'em out
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Thursday, July 4, 2013, 8:55 p.m.
Kick ‘em out
I want to know why we let illegal immigrants come here. They take food out of our children's mouths to feed children who illegally crossed the border. These illegals come here and take jobs our citizens want. Send them all back.
Why are they getting what they want? We are loaded with them. Is our country so rich that we can feed, clothe and take care of them?
Who are they to tell us what they want? And worse, we're doing it. These people could make out just fine in their home countries if they wanted to, but they've figured out it's nicer here.
I would give them a kick on the behind and send them home. We can teach them to create jobs for themselves.
We have people here who want to fight this. Let's do it ourselves if we have to. We need to put our foot down.
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