COSTA MESA, Calif. - There's a backlash brewing against illegal immigrants in a community about 40 miles south of Los Angeles. Costa Mesa is training its police officers to function as immigration agents, cooperating with the federal government to enforce immigration laws - the first local city in this country to do that. It's created a huge controversy.
This city has a population of 110,000 —about one-third Latino — and it is deeply divided. The divisions play out at city council meetings.
"I come here to support the mayor," said one speaker at a recent meeting, "and all those people who are trying to get a handle on the criminal illegal aliens that are invading our country."
Re: Costa Mesa CA onboard with enforcement of illegal imigration
Well Steve... obviously you are right lol. Did you read that link i posted, im glad Arizona is standing firm on this. Hopefully our retarded represenatives can actually try and respresent the people and not themselves. I have heard in different surveys accross the US, its been 59-75% of people that are in support of Arizona...