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Old 11-30-2015, 06:07 PM
 
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Deportation -- a word that so many aspiring Americans fear. A recent court decision dealt a disappointing blow to nearly 5 million immigrant youth and parents who are seeking relief from deportation. Including up to half a million Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, this ruling continues to block President Obama's expanded immigration-related executive actions and highlights the drastic state of our broken system. The ruling is also a clarion call for renewed vigor in our fight to attain stability and security for hard-working immigrant families who call America home.

Court Ruling Pushes Immigrant Families Back Into Shadows*|*Kathy Ko Chin

Huff post: the correct wards are ILLEGAL ALIENS, Ok? Quit lying to us Americans; we're now on to your dirty scams.

Maybe if illegals get enough fear of "deportation", they'll leave. Period.
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Old 11-30-2015, 06:13 PM
 
Location: Upstate NY
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And what's up with the shadows? The left love to use that term to try to lay a guilt trip on Americans who want to control our borders. Yet they're not in the shadows at all. They're all over the place, demonstrating for "rights," carrying chutzpah signs that read Enough!, and telling Americans to get used to it because [they're ] here to stay. Huh?

Shadows? What shadows?
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Old 11-30-2015, 06:14 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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Well, I don't think they are leaving here. Actually, I swear I am seeing more when I am out shopping. Of course, they are reproducing at a much faster rate.

Every article I read I am thinking "They aren't supposed to be here in the first place, so why are we having this conversation." It really should be that simple.
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Old 11-30-2015, 07:14 PM
 
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And then the article had this in it. Cue the violins:

The recent court ruling underscores how unjustly millions of lives are being held in limbo. Those who care about equity for these communities are called to act to ensure that hard-working, tax-paying families striving to build better lives for themselves are not left behind in ways that are so vital to their livelihoods. In the health equity community, we see the stark disparities that immigration status has on access to quality, affordable health care.
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How is it unjust? No one forced these illegals to come here, let alone birth anchor babies. They have no business being here and need to leave.

I say "pushing them back into the shadows" isn't enough. They need to be pushed back to their own countries and if they are decent parents, they will take their anchor babies with them.
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Old 12-01-2015, 01:58 AM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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More talk of "hardworking families." What about the hardworking families already here, who are forced to subsidize these lawbreakers?
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Old 12-01-2015, 08:49 AM
 
Location: Kansas
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Anyone that has committed a criminal offense, entering the US without authorization, should be in limbo. US criminals that might be apprehended also live in limbo not knowing when law enforcement will come knocking on the door or that they might be apprehended at a traffic stop.
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Old 12-01-2015, 09:03 AM
 
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More talk of "hardworking families." What about the hardworking families already here, who are forced to subsidize these lawbreakers?
Exactly. If you notice, the media and the illegal lovers talk about them being dreamers, but NEVER mention American children as being dreamers. They are completely forgotten about.
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Old 12-01-2015, 07:13 PM
 
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Deportation -- a word that so many aspiring Americans fear. A recent court decision dealt a disappointing blow to nearly 5 million immigrant youth and parents who are seeking relief from deportation. Including up to half a million Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, this ruling continues to block President Obama's expanded immigration-related executive actions and highlights the drastic state of our broken system. The ruling is also a clarion call for renewed vigor in our fight to attain stability and security for hard-working immigrant families who call America home.

Court Ruling Pushes Immigrant Families Back Into Shadows*|*Kathy Ko Chin

Huff post: the correct wards are ILLEGAL ALIENS, Ok? Quit lying to us Americans; we're now on to your dirty scams.

Maybe if illegals get enough fear of "deportation", they'll leave. Period.
And I always wonder where the back of the line is that every political person is stating as every day legal aliens apply and to me back of the line means going back and coming in legally and applying like we did when we came here through the front door.

There is no other back of the line than entering with a valid I-94 with passport and background check.
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Old 12-01-2015, 08:25 PM
 
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Deportation -- a word that so many aspiring Americans fear. A recent court decision dealt a disappointing blow to nearly 5 million immigrant youth and parents who are seeking relief from deportation. Including up to half a million Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, this ruling continues to block President Obama's expanded immigration-related executive actions and highlights the drastic state of our broken system. The ruling is also a clarion call for renewed vigor in our fight to attain stability and security for hard-working immigrant families who call America home.

Court Ruling Pushes Immigrant Families Back Into Shadows*|*Kathy Ko Chin

Huff post: the correct wards are ILLEGAL ALIENS, Ok? Quit lying to us Americans; we're now on to your dirty scams.

Maybe if illegals get enough fear of "deportation", they'll leave. Period.
Legal Immigrants have nothing at all to fear and are a very welcome part of American society. ILLEGALS are just that, illegal. Don't confuse the two very different things.
The left keeps lumping these two things together trying to scare law abiding citizens. Thank God the courts have stopped the administrations madness with illegals. They do not belong here until they arrive legally, like millions of others have had to do.
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Old 12-02-2015, 05:59 AM
 
Location: the Sticks
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The only thing pushing illegals and or their families into the shadows is their choice to violate US laws. If you don't like living like a criminal then make the choice to stop being a criminal.
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