Have you noticed the difference in these marches from the ones of the past several weeks? You no longer see the Mexican flag, mostly just American flags upside right and on fire. The chanting has changed also, USA is being heard a lot more often then before. These marchers have one hell of a PR group working for them.
As many as 100 cities across the country served as hosts Monday to rallies and protests against any get-tough measures federal lawmakers are considering to crack down on illegal immigration.
Protests were held in cities such as Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Atlanta and Phoenix, and Texas cities such as Houston, Austin and El Paso. In North Carolina and Dallas, immigrant groups called for an economic boycott to show their financial impact. Rally participants sang "We Shall Overcome" in Spanish at the Mississippi Capitol in Jackson.
Organizers urged demonstrators to coordinate their outfits by wearing white T-shirts to symbolize peace and a "campaign for immigrants' dignity." At the Hispanic shopping mall, Plaza Fiesta, in Atlanta, many demonstrators had emblazoned on their t-shirts the Spanish words for "Legalization, yes you can." Many families brought their children in strollers.
The article is long and very informative.
Things I don't understand is:
* How do you sneak into the US and then say "Hey I'm no crimianl."?
* How can people say that all the illegals are good hard working people, when just the other day in Pender county 3 illegal aliens where busted with $1,000,000 worth of illegal drugs. Not to mention that the 11+ million illegals break the law everyday just by being in the US.
* How can the always efficent federal government decide just what the illegals owe in back taxes and what not in the Senate "It's Not Amnesty, Amnesty Compromise Bill?"
* How can you call someone that came into a place without permission a guest?