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Old 02-04-2018, 06:34 PM
 
Location: Texas
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Many of these women like an illegal alien daddy for their children even though they know he can be deported. Because with six kids they know they are going to front of the line for tens of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money monthly between the section 8 vouchers, EBT, WIC, TANF, energy assistance, Medicaid, Education expenses with free breakfasts and lunch and that is just the beginning of welfare services they receive from American taxpayers.

Many of illegals also thought the more babies with the more women they have that they wouldn't be deported because they were counting on and many voting illegally for a Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders presidency with an ultra-liberal socialist Attorney General.

Father of six faces deportation to Mexico | WPIX 11 New York

Florida illegal alien of 6 facing deportation, sole bread winner also with 7th child on the way.

https://wsvn.com/news/us-world/oklah...eing-deported/

Oklahoma illegal alien and father of 6 facing deportation.

Santa Ana Father Of 6 Detained By ICE CBS Los Angeles

Six young children of an illegal alien in Santa Ana make tearful plea to ICE to their father to stay.

'A whole nightmare': Alabama father of 7 out on bond after detention by ICE | AL.com

Father of 7 detained by ICE in Alabama.
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Old 02-04-2018, 07:45 PM
 
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On Facebook there was a local Tampa news post and the comments didn't lie...not much sympathy from the people posting a comment!

While we were going through legal immigration and I was writing and reading on immigration blogs I came across people who felt similar but when you post on a different blog you can there is less sympathetic feelings from posters for even legal immigration.

For illegal immigration the support was in my opinion never that high but Democrats like to be loud and yell and scream how everyone stands behind their policies which I always doubted!

All legal aliens that I have come across share the same feelings as we have as the legal system is long and sometimes difficult. On top of that the fees are high if you calculate all the drivers license renewal each year as after 9/11 the laws changed.

Only some people who are not as much against seems to be people who married an American and had a short path.

Therefore it seems that everyone is kind of selfish and seems to be having difficulties (very understandable) to place themselves in the shoes of an legal alien!

With that said, for that reason I don't believe Americans care too much about illegals who broke the law.

As President Trump said " Americans are dreamers too!"
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Old 02-04-2018, 07:46 PM
 
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On Facebook there was a local Tampa news post and the comments didn't lie...not much sympathy from the people posting a comment!

While we were going through legal immigration and I was writing and reading on immigration blogs I came across people who felt similar but when you post on a different blog you can there is less sympathetic feelings from posters for even legal immigration.

For illegal immigration the support was in my opinion never that high but Democrats like to be loud and yell and scream how everyone stands behind their policies which I always doubted!

All legal aliens that I have come across share the same feelings as we have as the legal system is long and sometimes difficult. On top of that the fees are high if you calculate all the drivers license renewal each year as after 9/11 the laws changed.

Only some people who are not as much against seems to be people who married an American and had a short path.

Therefore it seems that everyone is kind of selfish and seems to be having difficulties (very understandable) to place themselves in the shoes of an legal alien!

With that said, for that reason I don't believe Americans care too much about illegals who broke the law.

As President Trump said " Americans are dreamers too!"
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Old 02-05-2018, 12:59 AM
 
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And that's why chain migration needs to stop!
Along with birthright citizenship, and citizenship voting rights for new immigrants legal and illegal.

What's so hard to do about that? You'd think you were asking for world peace just to have immigration and naturalization law receive long needed reforms.
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Old 02-05-2018, 07:31 AM
 
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The main reason America will never see mass deportation is cost. It would be astronomical.

The second reason is that Americans do not want to see Elian Gonzales style raids on massive scale. No Presidential administration wants to be seen as jack-boot thugs.

The 10-20% of Americans wanting mass deportations is not large enough to get politicians on board.

So news stories about 'poor immigrants' being deported is playing to the vast majority of Americans that want to see something done with the immigration policy. Anything other than mass deportations.



What Americans want to do about illegal immigration | Pew Research Center

These numbers have been consistent for the past 20 years.

As usual polls can be skewered to gain the desired results. It is true though that most Americans don't want to see mass deportations which would mean going house to house and rounding illegal aliens up but they do want them deported as they make themselves known. So that's the only poll that I think reflects what Americans truly want. I don't believe the rest of them.
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Old 02-05-2018, 07:37 AM
 
Location: Florida & Cebu, Philippines
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I love the way they do polls, we have how many people in the U.S. and they survey 2000 people, how is that even a sampling..
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Broad Public Support for Legal Status for Undocumented Immigrants | Pew Research Center
The survey by the Pew Research Center, conducted May 12-18 among 2,002 adults, finds less agreement when it comes to other opinions about immigrants and immigration.
When will people realize that surveys are nothing by bull.
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Old 02-05-2018, 08:06 AM
 
Location: Kansas
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The main reason America will never see mass deportation is cost. It would be astronomical.

The second reason is that Americans do not want to see Elian Gonzales style raids on massive scale. No Presidential administration wants to be seen as jack-boot thugs.

The 10-20% of Americans wanting mass deportations is not large enough to get politicians on board.

So news stories about 'poor immigrants' being deported is playing to the vast majority of Americans that want to see something done with the immigration policy. Anything other than mass deportations.



What Americans want to do about illegal immigration | Pew Research Center

These numbers have been consistent for the past 20 years.
Yeah, Pew is famous for skewing their polls. Left leaning to the point of nearly falling over.

Also, we deport them one by one. Many have already been deported. As more and more stories come out, others are looking over their shoulders wondering if they are next. We simply continue to tighten the noose, and many will be forced out of the country. The stories meant to elicit sympathy are actually working against the illegals, so keep 'em comin'!

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As usual polls can be skewered to gain the desired results. It is true though that most Americans don't want to see mass deportations which would mean going house to house and rounding illegal aliens up but they do want them deported as they make themselves known. So that's the only poll that I think reflects what Americans truly want. I don't believe the rest of them.
Few would endorse a "deportation force", but they are picking up in 80 to 100 now quite often in raids. Yes, that isn't huge, but over time, it adds up. Once they get rolling with some serious workplace enforcement, it will make an even bigger difference.

If the majority of Americans didn't want illegal aliens deported and to have a pathway to citizenship, Hillary would have given them in her first 100 days.

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I love the way they do polls, we have how many people in the U.S. and they survey 2000 people, how is that even a sampling..

When will people realize that surveys are nothing by bull.
And the headline for the poll reads "Most Americans" when it was just over 1,000 of the 2,000 surveyed. I have posted again and again about the unreliability of polling. The people I know don't answer the call unless they recognize the number, and they say that online polls are the least reliable of all.

Hey, the majority of Americans were going to vote for Hillary Clinton per the polls! How's that working for them? The poll they forgot!
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Old 02-05-2018, 03:27 PM
 
Location: Metro Washington DC
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Did they check the Citizenship and/or voting registration of those 2000 people?
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Old 02-07-2018, 11:31 AM
 
Location: Northwest Peninsula
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I love the way they do polls, we have how many people in the U.S. and they survey 2000 people, how is that even a sampling..

When will people realize that surveys are nothing by bull.
We already knew that after Hillary was guaranteed the presidency according to the polls.
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Old 02-07-2018, 11:34 AM
 
Location: Northwest Peninsula
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Hey, the majority of Americans were going to vote for Hillary Clinton per the polls! How's that working for them? The poll they forgot!
When polls are conducted by the liberal bias MSM with questions that lean for the answers they want the voter to hear....what would you expect?
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