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Deepa Ranganathan/Sacramento Bee pro-illegal immigration propaganda

Searching through blogs, I ran across a new-to-me site, which says:
This Sacramento Bee article really made me start to think about my position on illegal immigration. I'm a strong opponent of general amnesty and extending government services to illegal aliens... That being said, when I read this article, I really felt for the two students whose stories appear in the article...
I am currently swearing on a stack of Bibles that I did not look at the article before leaving this comment:
I didn't even bother reading the article because I've seen dozens like it, as a glance at my pro-illegal immigration propaganda category will show.

Without reading the article, I'm going to bet it starts with a sentence like, "Esmeralda is a high school honors student with a keen interest in becoming a lawyer." Then, we're informed that she's "undocumented".

Then, like a golden ray of bat pee, the solution shines forth: the DREAM Act or similar.

Please bear this in mind: every discounted college education given to an illegal alien is one less given to a U.S. citizen. A discount is taken from a U.S. citizen and given to a citizen of another country. As a side effect, that lowers the worth of U.S. citizenship.

If you care about "Esmeralda" or whatever the poster child they feature in such propaganda, start a private fund.
Only after leaving that did I look at the article, and... I was right! According to "reporter" Deepa Ranganathan:
Beto's rage is nearly palpable.

The 22-year-old once dreamed of becoming a firefighter or a police officer. He wanted an assignment in a tough neighborhood, like the block in south Sacramento where he grew up.

Beto's family smuggled him over the Mexican border illegally when he was 5...

...Two bills recently introduced in Congress seek radically different outcomes for undocumented U.S. residents...
To all the "Daves" of the world: this is propaganda. They're playing with your emotions in order to get you to support amnesty for illegal aliens.

Note also that this 'tale of two immigration bills' is very similar to the tack taken by Tyche Hendricks in another propaganda piece.

Please write publiceditor *at* sacbee.com with your thoughts.

Immigration_piipps · Thu, 04/20/2006 - 19:43 · Importance: 1

Sun, 05/14/2006 - 11:49
Fred Dawes

Globalization is geared to collapse the current world economy, by creating a new crisis and its working all to well, read Alex Jones and John S.Bolton, THE TIMES ARE NOT GOING TO BE FUN.

Fri, 04/21/2006 - 08:12
John S Bolton
www.johnsbolton.net

It is formula evocation of sympathy for freedom for aggression, like the old tearjerker movies. One was called "They made me a criminal". Another had some female criminals who loved kittens. It appeals to weakness and nurturing impulses, while making law and insistence on freedom from aggression sound outrageously harsh. This is not a nation of women, though, we have millions in prison, and have permanently deported many hundreds of thousands out of those prisons, in the last ten years.

Fri, 04/21/2006 - 04:13
perroazul del norte

Beto's rage is nearly palpable.

The 22-year-old once dreamed of becoming a firefighter or a police officer

Even if he were legal you wouldn't want someone in a public safety position who has difficulty controlling his emotions.