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The california dictatorship

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by persuader, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. persuader

    persuader ne portland Member

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  2. Chee-to

    Chee-to Oregon Well-Known Member

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  3. Redcap

    Redcap Lewis County, WA Well-Known Member

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    Amen.
     
  4. Dyjital

    Dyjital Albany, Ore Flavorite Member Bronze Supporter

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    Yes and here's an excerpt:

    So in light of releasing low level offenders and turing their back on them they will create a criminal state.

    Then with this news from the Governator...

    Any illegal should be deported regardless if they are obeying the laws.. because they are not. I know plenty of legal immigrants who are going through all the right channels.


    Their new motto:
    "California: the illegal criminal state"
     
  5. Retro Adam

    Retro Adam N PDX New Member

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    If they catch someone breaking the law in this country and deport them, they will just be back on our streets in a matter of days.

    Deporting criminals makes no sense.
     
  6. Chee-to

    Chee-to Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Lack of enforcement of existing laws and sanctuary city and states like Oregon, is the problem. :(
     
  7. twoclones

    twoclones Tri-Cities, WA Well-Known Member

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    What a ridiculous statement! If doing so saves a billion, that billion should go to pay your out of control debt.
     
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    phathom Vancouver, WA Member

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    Yup definitely for the deportation of illegals breaking the law or otherwise, but especially those breaking the law. Don't put extra strain on our economy and government by housing them in better conditions in our prisons than they would have in their own country just living, or even on the streets here.
     
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    pogi Gresham, OR Active Member

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    I still like: "California: the land of fruits and nuts"

    Why can't we turn that earthquake machine on CA instead of Haiti? They could be the new Madagascar. ;)
     
  10. NWPilgrim

    NWPilgrim Portland area Member

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    This could turn tragically hilarious if he follows through. Consider that people act in ways they are rewarded (follow the money).

    Illegal immigrant inmates are sent to Mexico. California pays Mexico to build, staff and operate special jails for these inmates returned to Mexico.

    Now, if you are a Mexican politicians or bureaucrat, doesn't it occur to you that you could make a LOT of money by sneaking all your domestic criminals north over the border? Why use Mexican funds to house criminals when you can sneak them into the US and have California send them back eventually on their dime? Either the criminals stay in the US (out of Mexican funded jails) or they are returned after committing a California crime, but now you get paid by CA to take care of them. No time off for good behavior because now they are cash cows. In fact, every "special" inmate will probably end up being charged with a chain of in-jail crimes that keeps them in CA paid for jail indefinitely.

    I think I am going to set up a special jail in Mexico to help the Governator. it sounds like a money machine waiting to be turned on.