The easiest way to become hated in this country

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The easiest way to become hated in this country is to

“Work Hard for the People!”

If you

“Do Nothing for the People”

they tend to

“Love You”?

Every time President Obama tries to help the unemployed, poor, middle class, small business owner or immigrants, evil seers come out of their holes spewing their garbage and the people buy it?

Advocacy groups barely waited for President Barack Obama to finish speaking about sweeping changes to the U.S. immigration system to start warning about scams.

“We hear horror stories about people getting taken advantage of horribly,”

attorney Ginger Jacobs told several dozen people who watched the president’s speech at Alliance San Diego offices.

California Attorney General Kamala Harris and Mexican consulates sounded similar alarms after Obama promised executive action that is expected to shield about 5 million people from deportation.

For decades, immigrants have fallen victim to attorneys and consultants who disappear with their money or give bad advice that may land them in deportation proceedings.

“Anything related to immigration tends to have this activity associated with it,” said Laura Vazquez, senior immigration legislative analyst at National Council of La Raza, a Latino advocacy group.

“There are people who really want to get right with the law and seek any opportunity to adjust their status.

They’ll sometimes believe things that aren’t true.”

Harris, whose state is home to an estimated 2.4 million people who immigrated to the U.S. illegally, issued a lengthy “consumer alert” Tuesday, saying changes of the magnitude Obama announced often invite con artists.

Her tips include making sure that attorneys are licensed and advisers are recognized by the U.S. Justice Department’s Board of Immigration Appeals.

The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles warned of fraud when delivering Thanksgiving turkeys Wednesday and will repeat the message at a workshop next month at the Los Angeles Convention Center, said political director Apolonio Morales.

The advocacy group recommends working through trusted community organizations.

Front row from left to right, Oscar Cortez, Enrique Bravo, Leonel Flores and Cristina Gutierrez listen to speakers at Nevada Headquarters of Mi Familia Vota before heading to Las Vegas to hear President Barack Obama speak about immigration.

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Front row from left to right, Oscar Cortez, Enrique Bravo, Leonel Flores and Cristina Gutierrez listen to speakers at Nevada Headquarters of Mi Familia Vota before heading to Las Vegas to hear President Barack Obama speak about immigration.

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  1. The like is for your writing of the truth. The ridiculousness of so many who will oppose practically anything for the sole reason that Barack Obama favors it continues to astound me. Like or dislike, the man was elected as President just as previous Presidents have been elected. I fail to comprehend the lack of respect and animosity toward the man by people who claim to “love” the United States. How can one truly support the country when the focus is discrediting the leader? I’m sorry but Barack Obama is merely a man who was elected President. He is not the Creator or God. Those who argue that he is a dictator, monarch, or tyrant suppressing rights apparently have know idea what true oppression is. The President is NOT Hitler or Stalin. The President’s opponents are not being silenced in concentration camps and gulags. Masses of people are not being forcibly removed from their homes and lands with everything confiscated like our government did to Americans of Japanese ancestry in WWII or to your ancestors. I just do not understand either as a history professor or just as a simple individual who looks and listens in this world.

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