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Originally posted by Rockpuck
reply to post by ANOK
Are you serious?
Yeah.. I'm pretty serious?
Working as a slave for a few years to get money and citizenship? That's called indentured servitude ..
She's not an American.
She broke the law.
She should be deported.
(I really don't give a @#$ if you don't think there should be borders. There are borders. There will always be borders, so long as there are people like me around.)
Illegal immigration to the U.S. is not a problem to U.S. employers who maximize their profits on the backs of desperate people. Illegal immigration is no problem to the U.S. Social Security Administration that receives perhaps $7 billion annually due to contributions from undocumented workers who will never receive any benefits back from that system. And because the U.S. politicians want to ingratiate themselves with business and keep Social Security afloat, illegal immigration is no problem to them either.
Originally posted by Misoir
The law does not care about a person’s situation or any sympathetic feelings towards them; it is meant to be enforced without any personal prejudice or beliefs.
What is your problem with illegal immigration?
it is a symptom of a problem we are all dealing with