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Old Yesterday, 03:40 PM
 
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This type stuff can be used against you as well.
Never happen. I have a US passport card in my wallet.
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Old Yesterday, 03:48 PM
 
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As a minor, his mother obtained a visa for him, claiming he was born in Mexico.

When he was born, his mother used a fake name on his birth certificate.
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Old Yesterday, 04:40 PM
 
Location: Upstate NY
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Forget the showers.

Let's see. He's 18, traveling with his 17-year-old brother who's an illegal alien, and a car full of other people who don't have proof of U.S. citizenship, he signed self-deportation papers two days after he was taken into custody, his fingerprints match those on a tourist visa, which states that he was born in Mexico, obtained for him by his mother, also an illegal alien, who couldn't obtain a passport for him because, as well as stating that he was born in Mexico for the tourist visa, she used a fake name on his birth certificate, ...and it's unreasonable that any of these things, which conflict with documents he presents, would fuel suspicion about his citizenship?

Okay.

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Old Yesterday, 05:03 PM
 
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He was born in this country. He is just as entitled to be here as you are.
His birth certificate is in a different name and his mother obtained a visa for him as a minor, claiming he was born in Mexico.
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Old Yesterday, 05:28 PM
 
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If the conditions were as bad as he claims they were still better than most jails and prisons in this country.

Overcrowded, had to sleep on the floor, crappy blanket blah blah blah. Cry me a river.
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Old Yesterday, 07:02 PM
 
Location: Out West
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I have friends. Do I know if they’re legal? Idk. Pretty confident they are. Is it my business to ask? No.. or do i gotta ask every hispanic friend if they are citizens?
Are they really friends if you don't know anything about them? When you hang around with and talk to friends, it doesn't take long to learn quite a bit about them.

You're assuming that he didn't even know them. The fact that he was going somewhere with them, in a car with them, a shared interest with them, and it wasn't some field trip, I'm going to say he knew them. And the fact that he was an anchor baby, the fact that his own friend self deported - nowhere in that article did it state that he was shocked by that, and you think that conversation never came up?

Get real.

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Well you see, members of our armed forces volunteered for that life.
People who illegally cross the border also made that choice, of their own free will. No one forced them to cross the border illegally - so if they don't get a shower as often as they would like, I don't feel bad for them. Don't cross the border illegally, then. Problem solved.
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Old Yesterday, 07:43 PM
 
Location: the Sticks
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One was not his fault and does he have to ask everyone he meets if they have papers?
At a check point? I hope so. I have to show my papers every time I leave the country and every time I return. Why shouldn't immigrants legal or illegal?
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Old Yesterday, 07:47 PM
 
Location: the Sticks
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Well you see, members of our armed forces volunteered for that life.
Right so its acceptable for those who defend our country but not for criminals? Yeah that makes sense.

I still haven't seen any proof that the fraud's story is true.
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Old Yesterday, 10:39 PM
 
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Forget the showers.

Let's see. He's 18, traveling with his 17-year-old brother who's an illegal alien, and a car full of other people who don't have proof of U.S. citizenship, he signed self-deportation papers two days after he was taken into custody, his fingerprints match those on a tourist visa, which states that he was born in Mexico, obtained for him by his mother, also an illegal alien, who couldn't obtain a passport for him because, as well as stating that he was born in Mexico for the tourist visa, she used a fake name on his birth certificate, ...and it's unreasonable that any of these things, which conflict with documents he presents, would fuel suspicion about his citizenship?

Okay.
Bears repeating.
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Old Yesterday, 11:06 PM
 
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Forget the showers.

Let's see. He's 18, traveling with his 17-year-old brother who's an illegal alien, and a car full of other people who don't have proof of U.S. citizenship, he signed self-deportation papers two days after he was taken into custody, his fingerprints match those on a tourist visa, which states that he was born in Mexico, obtained for him by his mother, also an illegal alien, who couldn't obtain a passport for him because, as well as stating that he was born in Mexico for the tourist visa, she used a fake name on his birth certificate, ...and it's unreasonable that any of these things, which conflict with documents he presents, would fuel suspicion about his citizenship?

Okay.
Don't worry about facts.

Libs will step over them every time.
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