From The Oregonian:
Protesters in Portland call for immigration reform
With a jab at Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron Saxton and demands for sweeping changes to immigration laws, more than 500 immigrants and supporters marched through Portland on Sunday in one of several Labor Day weekend events planned across the country.
What are these "sweeping changes" you allude to you crack investigative journalists? Oh yeah, amnesty, but we can't say that.
Some condemned the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, a national group with members in Oregon who have recently begun monitoring day laborers, some of them undocumented, in Cornelius.
Grassroots political activism at it's best. What we started a month ago has now become a factor in every illegal immigration story.
As the march got under way, a few flags -- U.S. and Mexico -- appeared. Some carried signs proclaiming, "This is our land also."
Uh, no it's not your land. But thanks for throwing that inflammatory statement out there.
At the rally, a few signs urged amnesty. But speakers avoided the word, speaking instead of "unconditional legalization for all."
I don't have to dress up my position: enforce the current laws!
Now I didn't go to yesterday's march and I'm not finding pictures from any of the usual sources. (they are probably embarrassed) So I'll provide some generic illegal alien march pictures:
As if we need to import our communists to Portland...
They don't ask... they demand!