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Old 01-05-2016, 05:36 PM
 
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More than a hundred immigrants, mostly Central American families, were detained in a handful of states through the weekend in a federal effort to deport those who recently entered the country and stayed illegally, according to officials and advocates.

As part of the operation, 121 people were taken into custody -- primarily in Georgia, North Carolina and Texas -- and are being processed for deportation, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said in a statement Monday.

'Don't open the door,' immigrants are warned as family deportation roundup continues - LA Times

ANYBODY who warns those ILLEGAL aliens to avoid deportation NEEDS to be charged as an accessory IMHO. Especially if those people handing out warnings are govt officials from the home countries of those illegals.
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Old 01-05-2016, 05:49 PM
 
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Good news! At least it is a start. Public assistance pays out on the 1st of the month so they'll want to get out and spend our hard earned tax dollars so they should be able to apprehend them. It is too bad they don't use the Vision (food stamp) card where it will tell them that someone is out spending.

Now, you know, we'll get boo-hoo because it is families. As I have said before, when the parents are criminals, it is hard on the kids.
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Old 01-05-2016, 05:56 PM
 
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Good news! At least it is a start. Public assistance pays out on the 1st of the month so they'll want to get out and spend our hard earned tax dollars so they should be able to apprehend them. It is too bad they don't use the Vision (food stamp) card where it will tell them that someone is out spending.

Now, you know, we'll get boo-hoo because it is families. As I have said before, when the parents are criminals, it is hard on the kids.
It's also hard on the kids when a US citizen is looking at time in the slammer.
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Old 01-06-2016, 09:27 AM
 
Location: Oak Park, IL
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Good news! At least it is a start. Public assistance pays out on the 1st of the month so they'll want to get out and spend our hard earned tax dollars so they should be able to apprehend them. It is too bad they don't use the Vision (food stamp) card where it will tell them that someone is out spending.

Now, you know, we'll get boo-hoo because it is families. As I have said before, when the parents are criminals, it is hard on the kids.
Uh, no. It's a reaction to the positive reaction Trump and Cruz are getting regarding the illegal issue. The interesting question is whether Dems are scared of Trump and trying to temper some of his popularity. I suspect the answer is yes.


I suspect the Dems will continue to try to build this voter block should Hillary prevail in the election. The Republicans may also start pandering too. That's why it's important you get out and vote this year. This is a key election. If Hillary is elected, I won't feel sorry for what happens to this country. I truly won't.

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Old 01-06-2016, 10:44 AM
 
Location: The land where cats rule
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More than a hundred immigrants, mostly Central American families, were detained in a handful of states through the weekend in a federal effort to deport those who recently entered the country and stayed illegally, according to officials and advocates.

As part of the operation, 121 people were taken into custody -- primarily in Georgia, North Carolina and Texas -- and are being processed for deportation, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said in a statement Monday.

'Don't open the door,' immigrants are warned as family deportation roundup continues - LA Times

ANYBODY who warns those ILLEGAL aliens to avoid deportation NEEDS to be charged as an accessory IMHO. Especially if those people handing out warnings are govt officials from the home countries of those illegals.

Yes, it is kind of like giving a 30 minute to ISIS prior to a bombing raid. Only a government led by Obama could be so stupid.
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