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May Day UCSC
by observer24
Friday May 2nd, 2008 8:54 PM
may 1st at UCSC. Students rallied at the bookstore, then marched to the beach flats and celebrated may day some more.
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may 1st at UCSC. Students rallied at the bookstore, then marched to the beach flats and celebrated may day some more.
§poetry
by observer24 Friday May 2nd, 2008 8:54 PM
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some poetry was performed at the bay tree bookstore rally.
§rally at the beachflats
by observer24 Friday May 2nd, 2008 8:54 PM
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rally at the beachflats

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by Bill Wantagate
Sunday May 4th, 2008 3:07 PM
All part of the agenda of the NWO. Let the mexicans steal all of jobs that should go to our young kids graduating. Instead demoralize the kids, no jobs, so they have to form gangs to
survive.
How would you like your neighbor go in and out of your home, day or night, then have the gull
to have sex orgies in your house. That is what this reminds me off. (These rioting Mexicans)

Well soon enough we will have this union of Canada, USA, Mexico all one.

Well, i know they do treat lots of immigrants very bad, worse than animals. But if they would
do things right, they would have a chance to complain & do something about the mistreatments.
by David
Monday May 5th, 2008 7:05 PM
Those statements aren't logical nor did you connect them in any way.

You are just ranting about your intolerance to equal human liberties on the justification of racial qualifications.
by People
Wednesday May 21st, 2008 6:48 PM
Maybe if those in this country were willing to pick berries and other crops we would not NEED illegal aliens who are treated horribly to do such work. Maybe if we stopped exporting jobs overseas, and importing workers, even to the boardwalk, more jobs would be available to everyone. Maybe if a living wage was applied to all jobs, we would not need to have slave wage workers come into our country to do our work. Nothing justifies the many slave camps that exist where workers are given sheds rented for 12 hours so they can catch a wink in between jobs. The fact is, our current system relies on these methods. My mothers first job was picking fruit. I would have loved to have done that as a first job. But, our current system allows in illegal aliens, which is really making them legal. There was just a bill passed, attached to a war bill in the middle of the night to make it easier for illegal aliens to come in because of the high cost of food. We set this system up, because we see this type of work as "low class". We reap what we sow. We first need to demand every worker be treated fairly, stop the tax loopholes for corporations who take their jobs overseas, pay a living wage and put every person to work who wants a job and treat and pay them fairly so every American can pay for the necessities of life.

We are to blame.