Day Laborers on Newport Road

A anonymous writer submitted a comment to us asking us about the illegal aliens waiting for work along Newport Road and La Ladera Road... Ju...

A anonymous writer submitted a comment to us asking us about the illegal aliens waiting for work along Newport Road and La Ladera Road...
Just wondering if anyone alse sees the problem with illegal immigrants lining up for work on Newport Road between Goetz road and La Ladera road?
Living off of La Ladera Road, I see them all the time.

Whether or not anyone else "sees the problem" with these illegal immigrants, as this commenter asks, is perhaps a very big question that citizens of our country have been arguing over for a very long time.

But I assume this person is asking if anyone is going to do something to get rid of them. To answer that, I don't know. I'm sure our county supervisor knows about them all too well, but enforcing illegal immigration laws is a federal matter, not a local one and not even a State one.

Call the border patrol in Temecula: (951) 676-2261.

They probably already know about them, but can't do anything about it because there are too many US citizens trying to protect "their rights".

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  1. Do we see the laborers out there on Newport Road obviously waiting for work? How can they be missed. Some of them have some pretty nice vehicles all set up for heavy type clean up or construction work. It looks like their vehicles have California plates on them so we can assume they are legally register with the State.
    Question I have is are they illegal or are they legal. Probably some are, some are not.
    I would also guess that they are finding work everyday or else they would not keep coming back.
    Now the question is, who goes by and checks them out and if they are legal what right does anyone have to question them for not really doing anything illegal unless just being there is illegal.

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  2. One must remember that not all these individuals are illigal; many of them are even US citizens who do not have a steady job and need to work in whatever they are good at. Furthermore, even the ones who are not legal, declare their gainings to the IRS as having their own business; They pay their dues. Most of these individuals are very capable and deserve the right to work.

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  3. Wow,

    you must be omniscient!

    "Furthermore, even the ones who are not legal, declare their gainings to the IRS as having their own business; They pay their dues."

    Give me a break! Yea, and all illegal aliens (Yes, I said illegal aliens, not illegal immigrants!) have driver's licenses, insurance, proper registration, etc.

    It is a known fact that a lot of the day laborers are illegal aliens. Grant it, not all, but a large part of them are. But I quess it's OK for you to be selective about which laws should be enforced, right!

    It's criminal that Mexico encourages its citizens to flee and doesn't care enough to crush corruption. Yes, there is corruption in Mexico. Believe it or not. My desire is that its citizens stand up for thier homeland and take it back.

    Having laws is one thing, enforcing them is another. This nation has laws but it doesn't enforce them thoroughly. For a nation to continue to be strong it must not be weak. Compromise and you will be compromised.

    Compassion is not about turning a blind eye, but doing what is best and right!

    A man was asked: What are the two problems in this world? He said, "I don't know and I don't care." He answered it without knowing: APATHY and INDIFFERENCE!!

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