Sunday, March 26, 2006

More Than 500,000 Rally in L.A. for Immigrants' Rights

Los Angeles Times Joining what some are calling the nation's largest mobilization of immigrants ever, hundreds of thousands of people boisterously marched in downtown Los Angeles Saturday to protest federal legislation that would crack down on undocumented immigrants, penalize those who help them and build a security wall on the U.S. southern border. Spirited crowds representing labor, religious groups, civil-rights advocates and ordinary immigrants stretched over 26 blocks of downtown Los Angeles from Adams Blvd. along Spring Street and Broadway to City Hall, tooting kazoos, waving American flags and chanting "Si se puede!" (Yes we can!).

Where were the Immigration police? They claim that it is too hard to find the illegals and deport them. All they had to do was look. 500,000 of them were right there. They should have just herded them back across the border.

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