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Old 03-22-2016, 05:00 PM
 
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. For Erika Andiola, the moment that propelled her into the politics of illegal immigration came when her family's home was raided and her uncle sent to jail.

For Arizona state Sen. Steve Smith, a Republican from Maricopa, the 9/11 attacks highlighted the urgency of securing the border and enforcing the United States' immigration laws.

One Nation: Immigration issue turns personal

Most of us DON'T wanna hear your sob stories: IF you're here in the US illegally, go HOME or else. God knows if I tried that exact same crap in Mexico, especially if there illegally, I'd get cuffed and stuffed like as in real quick.
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Old 03-22-2016, 06:22 PM
 
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Erika Andiola is the illegal who confronted Rep. Steve King (IA), handed him her DACA card and told him to rip it up. Of course, she made sure that this was being filmed. King, of course, didn't fall for it. She is just another illegal alien who was raised without a moral compass. If she had a moral compass, she would have applied to go to college here as a foreign student. If it's good enough for students who live in other countries and want to go to school here, it should have been good enough for her. I see her lawbreaking behavior has rewarded her with a job as Bernie's national Latino press secretary. We all know Bernie has said that he is going to amnesty all the illegals via an executive order.

Then there is Julissa Arce who should have been put in jail, then deported. She used a fake green card, which is against the law and a fake SSN. She did all this with no thought that the fake SSN could actually belong to a living person and that living person would have been put in a world of hurt. She said no one was going to question her because she graduated c*m laude and spoke good English. She is a disgrace. Of course a lot of politicians have taken large donations from Goldman-Sachs. No wonder she got away with breaking the law. The fact that she was knowingly breaking the law and had no remorse for doing so, is utterly despicable.

It's time for all this nonsense to come to an end. Illegals need to be deported (or make life so tough that they self-deport) not rewarded with amnesty. Period.
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Old 03-23-2016, 11:48 AM
 
Location: Cape Cod
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I don't get it Erika is proud of the fact that she graduated from a prestigious school at the top of her class, proud of her other accomplishments yet she is still an illegal alien? In all her time taking from society, taking a spot at the college that a citizen lost out on she couldn't find the time to get herself sorted out and become legal? Now that she is in the limelight shouldn't she be grabbed by ICE?



Of course illegal means that you have broken the law so having her uncle taken from his home by the police as a result of being illegal is a direct result of breaking the law. If you break the law you risk being arrested. There is no way around it. If I speed on the road I know that someday I'm going to get a ticket because I broke the law. it is only a matter of time.

If Trump gets elected the illegal party will be over.
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Old 03-23-2016, 12:50 PM
 
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. For Erika Andiola, the moment that propelled her into the politics of illegal immigration came when her family's home was raided and her uncle sent to jail.

For Arizona state Sen. Steve Smith, a Republican from Maricopa, the 9/11 attacks highlighted the urgency of securing the border and enforcing the United States' immigration laws.

One Nation: Immigration issue turns personal

Most of us DON'T wanna hear your sob stories: IF you're here in the US illegally, go HOME or else. God knows if I tried that exact same crap in Mexico, especially if there illegally, I'd get cuffed and stuffed like as in real quick.
Illegal aliens depend on the idiocy of liberals to advocate for them and their lawbreaking ways.
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Old 03-23-2016, 01:40 PM
 
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Illegal aliens depend on the idiocy of liberals to advocate for them and their lawbreaking ways.
Not just "liberals". Many "conservatives" who'd be in favor of slavery also LIKE their illegal aliens because they can cheat and abuse them which WILL get those "employers" in hot water with the authorities IF US citizens were treated that same way.
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