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Old 10-12-2015, 01:41 PM
 
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In North Carolina a REPUBLICAN state senator just introduced a bill that would give "undocumented immigrants" in-state tuition: NC Senate Bill Could Give Undocumented Students In-State Tuition. I hope North Carolinians are privy to this and give this man a piece of their mind. He must be in the pocket of that greedy Big Ag that relies on illegals to pick their crops. That and the fact that the short-sighted GOP thinks these Mexican and Central American illegals will soon become citizens and vote for their party.
Undocumented immigrants.....
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Old 10-12-2015, 05:30 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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Undocumented immigrants.....
What I don't get is that in order to start school, we had to show birth certificates when I was a kid and later with my kids, a birth certificate and SSN. So, what is this "undocumented"?

They could have went this route: TX police see rise in fake documents among illegal aliens | The American Mirror which many do.

They should be deported with their parents, they brought them in so they take them out. When your parents are criminals, which those entering the US most certainly are, you suffer but hopefully learn to do better by your own children.
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Old 10-12-2015, 06:04 PM
 
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What I don't get is that in order to start school, we had to show birth certificates when I was a kid and later with my kids, a birth certificate and SSN. So, what is this "undocumented"?

They could have went this route: TX police see rise in fake documents among illegal aliens | The American Mirror which many do.

They should be deported with their parents, they brought them in so they take them out. When your parents are criminals, which those entering the US most certainly are, you suffer but hopefully learn to do better by your own children.
Unfortunately, it has been the law for some time now that we have to educate foreigners living on our soil even if they are here illegally.
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Old 10-12-2015, 06:16 PM
 
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What I don't get is that in order to start school, we had to show birth certificates when I was a kid and later with my kids, a birth certificate and SSN. So, what is this "undocumented"?

They could have went this route: TX police see rise in fake documents among illegal aliens | The American Mirror which many do.

They should be deported with their parents, they brought them in so they take them out. When your parents are criminals, which those entering the US most certainly are, you suffer but hopefully learn to do better by your own children.
These days, kids that are illegal aliens don't have to show a birth certificate. Schools are just supposed to take the parent/guardian's word that the kid is who they claim him/her to be. Yet American citizen kids have to show birth certificates before they are allowed in school. I know this for a fact. When our daughter's twins went to start kindergarten, she was told this. Of course, she never arranged to get a copy of their birth certificates well in advance but I digress. So, she had to wait for the birth certificates to arrive before the kids were allowed in school.

It's just unbelievable that Americans are expected to obey the laws but illegals get a pass
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Old 10-13-2015, 07:08 AM
 
Location: Florida
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Many angry people out there and the politically correct nonsense that the left and Rinos dictate have slowly infiltrated into the public arena and harnessed that anger.. it has now boiled over and we are all fed up with our government!!

Both parties are wrong.. the left was for the working man , now they are for the illegals ..the unions are waking up.. the established Rinos have moved so far left they care more about illegals than Americans.. We are moving into a global society where American citizens , whether Republican or Democrat are given the shaft by the ruling body.

Americans have been trained through political correctness to accept a back seat while we are fleeced though Obamacare, illegal immigration, and debt . This country has become unrecognizable.
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Old 10-13-2015, 07:56 AM
 
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Many angry people out there and the politically correct nonsense that the left and Rinos dictate have slowly infiltrated into the public arena and harnessed that anger.. it has now boiled over and we are all fed up with our government!!

Both parties are wrong.. the left was for the working man , now they are for the illegals ..the unions are waking up.. the established Rinos have moved so far left they care more about illegals than Americans.. We are moving into a global society where American citizens , whether Republican or Democrat are given the shaft by the ruling body.

Americans have been trained through political correctness to accept a back seat while we are fleeced though Obamacare, illegal immigration, and debt . This country has become unrecognizable.
I couldn't agree more.
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Old 10-13-2015, 07:58 AM
 
Location: Murphy, North Carolina
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Many angry people out there and the politically correct nonsense that the left and Rinos dictate have slowly infiltrated into the public arena and harnessed that anger.. it has now boiled over and we are all fed up with our government!!

Both parties are wrong.. the left was for the working man , now they are for the illegals ..the unions are waking up.. the established Rinos have moved so far left they care more about illegals than Americans.. We are moving into a global society where American citizens , whether Republican or Democrat are given the shaft by the ruling body.

Americans have been trained through political correctness to accept a back seat while we are fleeced though Obamacare, illegal immigration, and debt . This country has become unrecognizable.
God yes, are you right. Very right.
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Old 10-18-2015, 10:50 AM
 
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In Florida illegal aliens also get In State tuition if they can proof to live here for more than 2 years as it seems the requirement.

Rep. Fell for the compassion instead of implementing the law.
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Old 10-18-2015, 02:36 PM
 
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In Florida illegal aliens also get In State tuition if they can proof to live here for more than 2 years as it seems the requirement.

Rep. Fell for the compassion instead of implementing the law.
But no compassion for our own citizens. Seems like that is the going trend now.
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Old 10-20-2015, 05:06 PM
 
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Osvaldo Bastida is trying to pay for college. However, he has no grants, no financial aid, no chance for federal work-study and one scholarship from his high school cross-country coach. With an employment authorization card, he’s only allowed to work, not claim citizenship.
As an undocumented student, Bastida is paying about $3,000 for two classes each semester at Dalton State College. But, should the Georgia Supreme Court rule in favor of the plaintiffs suing the University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents (BOR) for in-state tuition, Bastida may be eligible for it someday.


Undocumented college students fight for in-state tuition through the Supreme Court | USA TODAY College


Bastida: I DON'T care about your problems in the US; you're an ILLEGAL alien and really NEED to be in jail till deported. Period.
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