Enrique Morones, Nativo Lopez on "Migrant March II"

From this:
Dozens of immigrant-rights advocates will depart today from San Diego to drum up support for immigration reform.

Called Migrant March II [aka "Second National March for Immigrant Rights"], the caravan of mostly Latino leaders will drive to Brownsville, Texas, and back, meeting along the way with community leaders and residents in cities along the border, organizers said.

Exactly one year ago, advocates led a similar caravan to push their agenda for comprehensive immigration reform that includes a path to legalization for the nation's estimated 12 million illegal immigrants.

This time the goals are the same, but "it's going to be more personalized," said Enrique Morones, who created Border Angels and Gente Unida, two pro-immigrant groups...

..."We're raising consciousness about the border deaths," said Nativo Lopez, president of the Mexican American Political Association. Those deaths, he added, will remain "unresolved without major immigration reform."
Actually, "reform" will only make the situation worse by sending a strong message that anyone who makes it over the border and manages to stick around long enough will get citizenship. Prospective illegal aliens will respond by... trying to cross the border. And, of course, some will fail. The only thing that will stop that is enforcing our laws, and that's something that neither Morones nor Lopez support.

Pointing that out to them in public would be a terrific way to help discredit them to their followers.

Note also that Morones is involved with the Democratic Party of San Diego.

"Exactly one year ago" is bolded above because the "reporter", Araceli Esparza, forgot to mention the significance of February 2: it's the day that the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed.


They're going to "personalize" the border deaths?!! Well, we're beginning to "personalize" the deaths of American citizens who lost their lives through no choice of their own but through the choices made by illegal aliens. See Family Security Matters, Immigration's Human Cost.

With so much encouragement from the administration and almost everyone to their left, the illegals may well be on the steep upward part of the revolution of rising expectations. The blacks went through this in the 1960's, and how many hunderds of commercial strips were burned?
Virgil himself said 'hope comes to kindle wrath'.
In years to come, poetic justice might be seen in the raging conflagrations of immigrant wrath which these appeasers beckon to them; to their houses in the hills.
Walls of fire surging from the cauldrons of the appeased and wrathful foreign aggressors, might
come to the treasure-houses of those who bestowed
wrongful hopes.