Deportation a loud message

Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by LilOlLady, Jun 18, 2012.

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    DEPORTATION A LOUD MESSAGE

    Deportation would send a loud and clear message that if you enter the country illegally or over stay your visa, no matter how many anchor babies you may have or how long you have been here avoiding deportation, you will be deported.
    At the same time it will fix our “broken immigration system” and we can concentrate on legal immigration. Legal immigration has been slow because of illegal immigration. Where is the compassion, respect and fairness for those who have been waiting for years to enter legally if we allow those who entered legally to stay? Under the new Obama policy there won’t even be a fine.
    This is not 1700 America when we needed to immigrate slave labor to build this country and the economy, it’s the 21st century and the only reason 20 million Illegal Aliens are here is political. Cheap labor for corporation that make large donations to campaigns and cheap votes of candidates.

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    Where do I go in Reno NV to change from democrat to republican? I want to volunteer at the Republican Headquarters and I am bring my family members with me.
    signed a 50 year die hard democrat jumping ship. Obama is a threat to my freedom and national security.
     
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    Young US illegals can apply for deportation relief
    The US government said it would begin accepting applications later this month from young undocumented immigrants who hope to avoid deportation under a new policy.
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    New immigration program details released
    WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UPI) -- Young undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children learned Friday what they will have to do to qualify for a new residency program.
     
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