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Letter: No more amnesty appeasement

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Posted: Sunday, October 21, 2012 9:47 am

Haven’t Americans (especially Arizonans) done enough to appease the illegal alien amnesty activists (either homegrown or from California)? The millions of dollars spent to defend our state, cities, towns, counties and law enforcement agencies from the Obama administration, the ACLU, Hispanic plaintiffs and others from enforcing U.S. laws about illegal entry into the country.

How many American men and women since 1776 have died or been wounded for the Mexican flag? Yet we read story after story (and how many aren’t printed by our local liberal newspapers) about America-Loving students who are warned, sent home or suspended for wearing American Flag T-shirts or backpacks. One young boy in California was warned that he would be suspended if he continued having an American flag attached to his bicycle that he rode to school.

Is this the America that our founding fathers envisioned, an America of appeasement? Could George Washington, our first president, ever have envisioned that one day there would be an American president who would bow to the emperor of Japan and the king of Saudi Arabia? Or an American president who would go before the United Nations or around the world, apologizing for our great nation? If the signers of the Declaration of Independence could have envisioned a president who ruled by executive order they may have had second thoughts of declaring independence from one monarch when a home-grown one would one day appear in the Oval Office.

Leon Ceniceros


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