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Old 06-29-2012, 09:53 AM
 
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How arrogant?
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Old 06-29-2012, 09:59 AM
 
Location: The land where cats rule
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How arrogant?

Arrogant? No. They just realize that Obama selectively enforces an any law that comes to his attention. Obama has already displayed his affection for illegals by this behavior of his.

The only real solution is to remove this joke of a president in the next election.
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Old 06-29-2012, 10:09 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.
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Old 06-29-2012, 10:26 AM
 
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The thing I don't get is, they give amnesty and pretend to get tough on illegals after that. They also know Regan granted amnesty before & toughen the laws.

Is this rocket science?

They all need to be deported & clarification of who is a citizen when born here.
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Old 06-29-2012, 10:41 AM
 
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Time to end birthright citizenship for those whose parents entered the US illegally.
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Old 06-29-2012, 10:54 AM
 
Location: Maryland
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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.
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.
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Old 06-29-2012, 10:59 AM
 
Location: southern california
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placation and accomodation are the tools of DC. they clearly dont wana bust employers for hiring them. they clearly dont wana create confrontations with the illegals.
the illegals serve a great purpose for the federal government. they are pushing the AA out of the urban areas across the country.
despite the crime, the mexican people will work. but the huge urban AA population has a no work culture and no amount of job programs has any affect . bringing in 20 million illegals and replacing AA in the urban strongholds does have an affect. the face of america urban community is changing.
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Old 06-29-2012, 11:29 AM
 
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They chanted. They marched. They sat cross-legged on the two-lane highway in front of the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Lower Providence Township on Thursday, closing it to traffic for more than 90 minutes.
"No papers, no fear, immigrants are marching here!" the three dozen or so demonstrators shouted.
"Hey, Obama, don't deport my mama!"

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How arrogant?
The key is to enforce current immigration laws, and not ignore them. Also, to take away their eligibility for AFDC/welfare benefits, and foodstamps. I don't even like making donations anymore, because I know that food pantries, and other subsidies provide considerable help to illegals. People often believe if someone is here illegally, they are not eligible for subsidies, but it's not true.

The laws in Alababama "allowing" police officers to do their jobs, is wonderful. The illegals actually have the audacity to complain that these new laws are causing them "anxiety." Imagine....all the anxiety caused to Americans, who can't find jobs, who are out of work, and can't get subsidies because what's available has all been used up by illegals.

What this country really needs is a moratorium on immigration, at least until the economy has slipped out of a depression.
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Old 06-29-2012, 02:51 PM
 
Location: OCEAN BREEZES AND VIEWS SAN CLEMENTE
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What do you expect from such a soft as hell administration, on the subject of illegals. They have the administration and President wrapped around their pinky finger.

He needs them, they need him, a win win situation, unless of course you are a natural born Citizen, and appears, we are a after thought.

Both using each other, now wish they would all leave together!
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Old 06-29-2012, 05:50 PM
 
Location: Phoenix
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The key is to enforce current immigration laws, and not ignore them. Also, to take away their eligibility for AFDC/welfare benefits, and foodstamps. I don't even like making donations anymore, because I know that food pantries, and other subsidies provide considerable help to illegals. People often believe if someone is here illegally, they are not eligible for subsidies, but it's not true.

The laws in Alababama "allowing" police officers to do their jobs, is wonderful. The illegals actually have the audacity to complain that these new laws are causing them "anxiety." Imagine....all the anxiety caused to Americans, who can't find jobs, who are out of work, and can't get subsidies because what's available has all been used up by illegals.

What this country really needs is a moratorium on immigration, at least until the economy has slipped out of a depression.
Even though I agree with all of that, none of it will ever happen unless Obama is voted out in Nov.
Look at his stance on the Dream Act. He is so arrogant he just bypasses congress & the will of the
American people. If you want to change things its going to have to be in this next election. Like they
say "If nothing changes, nothing changes".
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