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Americans attitude toward immigrants shocks Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria has said that she is shocked by the vile reaction to immigrants by some Americans.

Washington, September 19 : Eva Longoria has said that she is shocked by the vile reaction to immigrants by some Americans.

"The immigration issue is interesting because historically everyone has immigrated, this is a country of immigrants," Fox News quoted her as telling at Padres Contra El Cancer's 9th Annual Fund Raising Gala in Hollywood.

"So it kind of shocks me that people have such a vile reaction to immigrants when they provide a huge amount of services to our country, and particularly in agriculture," she added.

The 'Desperate Housewives' star hopes there is a relook into immigration law in America.

Eva, who is also the spokesperson for the charity, said she "would really love to see immigration reform obviously transpire, but in a way that is obviously fair to people in the country."

However, she insists that the current issue is the health reforms.

She added: "One topic at a time, [Obama] can tackle the health care issue, and I completely support him on what he is doing currently, with his options that he wants to provide, and ... how he wants to fund it."


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