Failure to enforce our immigration laws……

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  1. LilOlLady
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    FAILURE TO ENFORCE OUR IMMIGRATION LAWS……

    Failure to enforce our immigration laws has destroyed the family unit of Illegal Aliens. We have parents here illegally who refuse to assimilate and learn English, we have children born here and are deemed U.S. Citizens and Mexico claim them as citizens as well, we have children that were brought here and been here most of their lives and claim to “feel American.” All are Mexicans. This is a screwed up family unit and Obama make things worse by giving temporary legal status and temporary work permits to those children brought here that leaves them in limbo of where they will be in 2 years if they are not in school or have not graduated from college. Then you have other family members who are in gangs, committing crimes and dealing in drugs. 27% of all inmates in U.S. prisons are Illegal Aliens.
    Failure to enforce our immigration laws and failure to correctly interpret Automatic Birthright Citizenship has destroyed the family unit of Illegal Aliens. Amnesty, a path to citizenship is not an option and should not even be an issue and discussion. Those here legally should be deported and unite the family. Anchor babies are part of the family unit and should be deported as well. In every sense they are Mexicans first and U.S. citizens only by birth. I hear children of Illegal Aliens that have been here for years saying they “feel American.” but I don’t see the sincerity in the faces and hear the sincerity in their voices. It as if they have been brained washed to say these words and it forces them to deny who they are.
    Illegal immigration separates families and deportation unites them. Some of these children have never seen grand parents and other family member that live in Mexico but deportation would unite them. Dependent anchor babies belong with their families and the are not “get out of deportation cards” for their families.
    Instead of in the U.S. streets, protesting for rights the do not deserve just because they are here should take their protest back to protesting Mexico’s Government’s failure to provide jobs that forced them leave their homes to come here illegally.
    Our refusal to enforce out immigration laws encourage more illegal immigration and families to separate. Some children cross the border alone and the only option they have here is crime.
    Thousands of Illegal Aliens have lost their lives crossing the U.S./Mexican border. Our government and the Mexican government has the blood of these people on their hands because of not enforcing immigration laws that encourages more illegal crossings and Mexico not providing economically for it‘s own. 90% of El Alberto’s population had emigrated four years ago, leaving the place a ghost town.
    The U.S. Government is responsible for the 15 Americans killed daily by Illegal Aliens and 8 children rape daily by Illegal Aliens.
    Illegal Aliens have no right to be here demanding the same rights that I have as an U.S. citizen.
    Obama’s immigration policies will lead to more illegal immigration and more American and Mexican deaths. More Illegal Aliens gangs and criminal activity and more Illegal Aliens in prison. At the cost of billions of dollars. Instead of fixing the immigration problem, he has made it worse.
    Amnesty or path to citizenship is not the answer to illegal immigration. Enforce is.
     
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    Young illegals granted a reprieve won't be eligible for Obamacare...
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    Limits Placed on Immigrants in Health Care Law
    September 17, 2012 WASHINGTON — The White House has ruled that young immigrants who will be allowed to stay in the United States as part of a new federal policy will not be eligible for health insurance coverage under President Obama’s health care overhaul.
     

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