La Cucaracha by Lalo Alcaraz for July 07, 2010

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    cwcavtech  almost 12 years ago

    I am open and welcoming to immigrants. The legal ones that is.

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    glenbeck  almost 12 years ago

    As long as no law exist, that allows for immigration into this country. I welcome any immigrant that comes legally into this country.

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    lewisbower  almost 12 years ago

    My Irish ancestors came legally as slaves to this country

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    sufamelico  almost 12 years ago

    My ancestors became indentured servants first to the Spanish “Colonialists” (Invaders) and then to the Manifesto Destiny” land grabbers that took all the land from the first (American Natives) gentle people, that were then used to build forts and “Missions” for the new landowners, and they were not required to have passports or even visitors papers as long and there was a “Genuine desire” to become “Civilized”, take that you bunch of hard headed hypocrites realities are hard to accept when you are as ignorant as it serves your ego-centrist purposes and ideals

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    runar  almost 12 years ago

    The earliest ancestor of mine I know of by name is in my maternal grandmother’s line. He was born of Irish ancestry in Virginia 1742 and married the aunt of Martha Randolph. My maternal grandfather’s line came from Scotland in 1801 and helped the village of Cincinnatti become a city. My father’s parents came from eastern Europe in the late 1800s to avoid getting entangled in the Kaiser’s wars.

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    ChuckTrent64  almost 12 years ago

    The “original” peoples in America were not all gentle, the gentle ones were constantly being enslaved by the “ungentle” ones. Land grabbing was the nationional sport of the Iroquois Nation as well as several other “original” nations. The Europeans were just better at it, more technologically advanced and had a lot germs the “originals” didn’t have any immunity to. The Trail of Tears was a travesty & a violation of a Supreme Court order, but romanticizing the “noble red man & woman” is a travesty too.

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