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"Hispanics Worry About Deportation." Talk About A Misleading Headline.

Posted by Casey on December 15, 2007

This has got to be one of the most misleading articles I’ve read in months. It comes to us courtesy of the Houston Chronicle.

More than half of Hispanic adults in the U.S. worry they or someone close to them could face deportation, reflecting a growing anxiety over expanded enforcement efforts, according to a new nationwide survey by the Pew Hispanic Center.

Nearly two-thirds of those surveyed said the debate over immigration reform and Congress’ failure to pass legislation have made life more difficult for Hispanics.

Let’s be clear … hispanic adults aren’t afraid of deportation, illegal aliens are. Obviously most illegals are hispanics, but this is just another attempt to “humanize” illegal aliens. In other words, they want to earn your sympathy by removing “illegal” from their official title.

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One Response to “"Hispanics Worry About Deportation." Talk About A Misleading Headline.”

  1. TL Winslow said

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