THE BILLBOARD HAS ARRIVED IN HOUSTON!

THEY WANT TO STOP THE INVASION…

The very controversial billboard that’s been raising eyebrows around the country is now on the streets of Houston. The boards are placed up by an anti-illegal immigration group Grassfire.org. They want better policing on the borders and stronger legislation that would address illegal immigration. How do you feel about these billboards? Are they appropriate or too offensive for Houston. The Insite would love to hear your opinion on this issue…

4 Comments

  1. Serena July 17, 2006 11:46 pm 

    The billboards are appropriate thanks to freedom of speech. The subject deserves discussion, but I don’t think a simple billboard will have any kind of impact.

  2. Anonymous July 18, 2006 5:51 pm 

    Why is LULAC upset about this billboard? I heard the head of LULAC whining on TV, saying that he felt like Steve Elliott and Grassfire.org, the activist group that Elliot runs, were questioning his citizenship. Elliott, and the people who sent money to Grassfire to pay for this billboard, are not anti-immigrant, or anti-Hispanic. They are anti-illegal, and there is a HUGE difference! The law is the law, and these illegals should be sent home.

  3. Anonymous July 18, 2006 10:13 pm 

    YEA, we didn’t go get them like we did blacks.

  4. Anonymous July 19, 2006 8:46 pm 

    I am HISPANIC…ANd all of those ILLEGALS that milk us taxpayers make me so fuckin sick…Get the fuck oout….I dont hate these people I hate the MEXICAN GOVERMENT for doing nonething for them……….I sick of paying for Mexico’s POOR. Somebody Give me a LONE STAR CARD…..So I can get free food.

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