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Old 06-29-2012, 06:42 PM
 
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Yes, now that the illegals all the way to age 30 have won their dream act, they're going to now insist that no one older than 30 be deported either. Watch for a whole bunch of sob stories coming out about how some newly amnestied 25 year old just cannot have his mommy and daddy sent home.

The amnesty for 16-30 year olds was just one big step in getting all illegals their amnesty.
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Old 06-29-2012, 06:51 PM
 
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How arrogant?
Americans must now prove they have health insurance put illegals can flout the law at will. Obama's America ain't it grand?
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Old 06-29-2012, 07:07 PM
 
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Americans must now prove they have health insurance put illegals can flout the law at will. Obama's America ain't it grand?
This is exactly the fundamental change which the Obama voters mandated is it not?
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Old 06-29-2012, 08:50 PM
 
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I doubt they will even have to demand it. Since only the "criminals" are being deported, their parents and all "non-criminal" illegals will remain. Of course, they are only criminals AFTER they're convicted of rape or murder (if caught). After all, it wouldn't be fair to not at least give them the opportunity to commit a heinous act. Heck, they can even kill as long as they use a car. Unlike citizens, illegals can commit DUI, ID theft, and tax evasion without it being considered criminal behavior.

Let's not forget, they only drive drunk because they lack a DL and insurance. They only steal identities because they lack proper documents to work, buy homes and cars. And, they only work under the table due to our unfair immigration laws which deny them the ability to obtain a SSN.

Illegals are now more emboldened than ever. We can expect many more displays of in-your-face arrogance and insolence. Clearly, they are now a protected class.
Maybe all citizens need to renounce US citizenship. Then we could all apply for all those rights that the illegals have, not being documented citizens anymore. Perhaps then the government would pay attention to us.
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Old 06-30-2012, 03:42 AM
 
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This is exactly what is going to happen across the country with these back door amnesties for young illegal aliens being brought here by their parents. They are going to demand that their parents be amnestied also and use the separation of families argument to justify it. I expect the same argument will be made by their U.S. born children. It will result in a blanket amnesty for all illegal aliens accept for the very serious criminal kind.
After the parents, the next step will be to demand they be allowed to sponsor relatives still in the home country.
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Old 06-30-2012, 01:57 PM
 
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After the parents, the next step will be to demand they be allowed to sponsor relatives still in the home country.
That is the plan. Along with parents, the newly amnestied dream act 16-30 year olds want their dear abuelos and abuelas and their beloved tios and tias, the primos and primas -- now that the 16-30 year olds have won their amnesty, there's work to be done on that famous "family reunification" which of course means bringing all those who remained back home into the USA for their easy life here.

All those dream act kids who couldn't dream of moving back home because they forgot all their relatives are now starting to remember them and how much they need to be with them.

What's hilarious almost is that many of the dream act kids who simply could not be deported back to a country they forgot and would feel strange in, were openly disappointed when they found out their new work visas weren't also border crossing cards, they were hoping they could travel back home after all, check up on old friends and visit family members.
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Old 07-01-2012, 05:57 PM
 
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After the parents, the next step will be to demand they be allowed to sponsor relatives still in the home country.
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That is the plan. Along with parents, the newly amnestied dream act 16-30 year olds want their dear abuelos and abuelas and their beloved tios and tias, the primos and primas -- now that the 16-30 year olds have won their amnesty, there's work to be done on that famous "family reunification" which of course means bringing all those who remained back home into the USA for their easy life here.

All those dream act kids who couldn't dream of moving back home because they forgot all their relatives are now starting to remember them and how much they need to be with them.

What's hilarious almost is that many of the dream act kids who simply could not be deported back to a country they forgot and would feel strange in, were openly disappointed when they found out their new work visas weren't also border crossing cards, they were hoping they could travel back home after all, check up on old friends and visit family members.
Only U.S. citizens have the ability under current immigration law to sponsor parents. Grandparents, Uncles, Aunts, and Cousins cannot be sponsored at all by those relationships, even for U.S. citizens (wherein Obama's action didn't even provide legal residency for those covered). The invention engines are in full motion, even though this information has been posted before.

Keep up the hyperbole, it shows how ridiculous all the other false notions are, and drives away any ability for truth in the stance...
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Old 07-02-2012, 07:40 AM
 
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Only U.S. citizens have the ability under current immigration law to sponsor parents. Grandparents, Uncles, Aunts, and Cousins cannot be sponsored at all by those relationships, even for U.S. citizens (wherein Obama's action didn't even provide legal residency for those covered). The invention engines are in full motion, even though this information has been posted before.

Keep up the hyperbole, it shows how ridiculous all the other false notions are, and drives away any ability for truth in the stance...
Did you read the OP? I didn't say that illegals can sponsor their relatives -- but that is what the illegals are now demanding. They won their big dream act amnesty but it's not going to be enough for them, they want amnesty for all.

The "don't deport my mama" signs are a clear indication of that, next we'll be hearing of sob stories of dream act amnestied whose parents are about to be deported.

And exactly how do you think entire clans, large extended families have all managed to be over here? One illegal comes, gets amnesty and then it's family reunificiation time. There are almost whole villages that have come over.
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Old 07-02-2012, 08:05 AM
 
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After the parents, the next step will be to demand they be allowed to sponsor relatives still in the home country.
Yes this is never ending with just the kids. It will be entire immediate & extended families. Thats why granting them amnesty is the wrong step.
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Old 07-02-2012, 09:08 AM
 
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Yes, amnesty for these so-called kids is the first step. Next it will be amnestying their parents. Then the cry will be that they all need citizenship. Once that is obtain then they can sponsor some of their family back in the homeland. It is a step by step family reunification program.
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