Groups outline plans to get Latinos registered to vote
"We want to keep building momentum for comprehensive immigration reform that provides a pathway to citizenship for the 12 million undocumented immigrants currently in the country," said Aeryca Steinbauer, the coordinator of CAUSA, an immigrant-rights group in Woodburn. "Fundamentally, it's about what kind of nation we want the United States to be," she said. "I don't think we want a nation of second-class citizens.
Don't worry, I don't want anyone to be a "second-class citizen" either. I want you to be a first-class citizen... back in Mexico if that's where you belong.
"Right now, our immigration system excludes millions of people from equal participation in the electoral process and equal rights."
Right now our OLCC exludes millions of people from equal consumption of liquor. How unfair.
I think it's pretty shameful to think that all Hispanics are going to vote for your candidates or amnesty. My wife thinks that illegal alien rapists (I know, I could have just said "illegal alien" and we can pretty much assume rapist) should have their penises cut off before being deported. Rest assured, that's one Hispanic who will not be voting with the CAUSA bloc.