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originally posted by: Justso
a reply to: everyone
Spot on. Thanks for your common sense post. Why arn't all these "caring for illegal immigrants and human trafficking" American citizens going to those countries that do nothing to help their own?
Enough is enough. We arn't Nazis or bad guys. We have to take care of our own first.
If you cared enough you'd be working in those poor, third world countries like Mother Teresa-trying to get homeless or young prostitutes sold by their parents out of those dangerous situations.
Really sick of armchair saviours.
originally posted by: everyone
It goes to show how much anything they say here is really worth.
originally posted by: Annee
originally posted by: GreenGunther
Isn't illegal like... illegal and stuff, man?
Aren't children like... children and stuff, man?
What if it was you? What if you lived in a bullet riddled war zone and had a chance to get your child out of there?
I worked with a guy from El Salvador. His parents were still there. All living essentials, such as food, etc had to be kept at floor level. So, when the shooting started you could still survive by being prone on the floor for days.
originally posted by: carewemust
The DYSFUNCTIONAL, broke, Chicago Public Schools say that they will not let ICE agents take away ILLEGAL ALIENS unless the agents have a search warrant.
Isn't it a given, that a search warrant is needed?
Why are all the news media calling Illegal Aliens, "Undocumented Immigrants"? Do both terms mean the same thing?
Immigration law refers to national government policies controlling the immigration and deportation of people, and other matters such as citizenship. Immigration laws vary from country to country, as well as according to the political climate of the times, as sentiments may sway from the widely inclusive to the deeply exclusive of new immigrants..
(27) The term "special immigrant" means-
(J) an immigrant who is present in the United States--
(i) who has been declared dependent on a juvenile court located in the United States or whom such a court has legally committed to, or placed under the custody of, an agency or department of a State, or an individual or entity appointed by a State or juvenile court located in the United States, and whose reunification with 1 or both of the immigrant's parents is not viable due to abuse, neglect, abandonment, or a similar basis found under State law;
originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: yuppa
I'm not the one posting like I have the power to make a difference and therefore offer to compromise on the issue.
The "How about no?" part of the post was to point out how insignificant your offer actually was.