Monday, April 10, 2006


Thousands of people across the country are protesting the proposed changes to immigration law. The picture above shows a group of protestors, who wants us to know they are not criminals! WHAT? Lets see if I have this right. You enter into a country illegally, but you are not a criminal?
Main Entry: 1il·le·gal
Pronunciation: (I)i(l)-'lE-g&l
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle French or Medieval Latin;
Middle French illegal, from Medieval Latin illegalis, from Latin in- + legalis legal:
not according to or authorized by law : UNLAWFUL, ILLICIT; also : not sanctioned by official rules (as of a game)

Did you notice that Illegal means, as not according to or authorized by the law? Therefore according to the laws of this country you are a criminal!!! If you do not like the laws of this country you could go back to the country in which you came from!!

Many of these protestors are wanting to have their rights protected. What rights does a person who have entered illegallyy illegaly have? Maybe the right the be arrested The right to be sent back to their home country.

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