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July 30, 2005

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Miguel Mena

Pena had a used car sales business on Alameda where he was writing sales (loan) contracts with banks and loan companies. He was an illegal immigrant from El Salavador. Doesn't the City Of LA and the State of Ca. require that businesses have licences?
Now that Presidente Bush has greased CAFTA through we will be seeing more displaced Central American farmers working as gardeners in South Central.

tallglassofmilk

[Doesn't the City Of LA and the State of Ca. require that businesses have licences?]

Probably. The question is does the city of LA effectively enforce such requirements? Obviously not.

Matters aren't helped by a police chief who believes in fighting crime unless it's committed by an illegal alien. Then it is completely acceptable.

Doggy Diaries

This, of course, brings up a very controversial issue of whether or not anchor babies of illegal aliens should be granted citizenship at all. This issue was addressed on another blog recently, but darned if I don't remember which blog it was. Needless to say, arguments for revoking the 14th amendment guarantee of citizenship for children born in the U.S. if they are born to illegal aliens were incredibly compelling.

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