Illegal Alien Sob Story of the Day

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    Union City father could be deported by Christmas | NJ.com

    Working for "one month". Living here for 20 years and can't speak English. She "angry" at the greedy businesses and politicians. :doubt:

    Sad story, but when you break the law for 20 years, there's a chance you might get caught. True story.
     
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    She should show her displeasure at our unfairness, pack up and go home.
     
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    Illegals aren't the problem anymore than the brown people over in the middle east are the problem.

    Our Elected Officials are the problem. Until the American People get the attitude of "pitchforks and torches" nothing will change.
     
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    The problem being, and without wanting to be overly-facetious, is that those pitchforks, torches and small arms would be up against far superiour firepower/hardware. But I do see where you're coming from. And in any case, how would a failed revolution be punished? I'm guessing that in this modern age any plea(s) of lawful insurrection against the government would fall on deaf ears in court.
     
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    People should NOT enter ANY country illegally. There is a price to pay for doing so but apparently NOBODY seems to want to pay that price. They want to break the law and for countries (especially the USA), to change their laws to suit the needs of those who break the law! It makes no sense - we are either a country of laws or we are not a country of laws. Which is it going to be??? If not, then open the damn borders and be done with all this monkey motion - then sit back an watch chaos reign.
     
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    Unless they're gringos entering Mexico's northern provinces illegally by the thousands in the 19th century, according to you. :D :D
     
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    Just kidding, Angel...

    The theft was real but it's in the past...

    Now the land and ALL THE RESPONSIBILITIES THAT GO WITH IT belong to America.

    That's why you commit a tremendous injustice when you blame Mexico for America's unwillingness to enforce her laws.
     
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    I thought being married to an American gave you some kind of residency status.
     
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    No.

    It is a common misperception.

    We aren't as bad as France or Denmark where a citizen's marriage to a foreigner is presumed to be fraudulent and it's up to the couple to prove it isn't.
     
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    Complaining via e-mails and phone calls has worked so well right? What are the alternatives?
    Plus, I'm not convinced our Military would fire on US Citizens. Yet.
     

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