Illinois Congressman Pushes President to Grant "Parole" to Illegals with Children

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    Illinois Congressman Luis V. Gutierrez advocates a “parole-in-place” program that would allow illegal aliens with children to remain in the United States. The proposal was part of an address delivered by the Congressman in Rhode Island Saturday to a crowd of “hundreds of legal immigrants and illegal aliens.”

    Gutierrez plans to take his message on the road, speaking at events across the country. His goal is to “convince President Obama to limit removals only to those illegal aliens convicted of serious crimes.” Apparently ignoring, therefore, the fact that the mere presence of an illegal alien is itself the violation of applicable federal and state laws.

    The speech was delivered mostly in Spanish to a group gathered at Oliver Hazard Perry Middle School in Providence.

    The Chicago-born lawmaker was joined by several colleagues including Representatives Mike Honda (D-Calif.), Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.), Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), and Judy Chu (D-Calif.) who also spoke at the press conference.

    Part of the proposal, which some have described as “amnesty by another name,” would permit illegal alien spouses of citizens to remain in the country, as well.

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    Hispanic version of Hitler: Luis Gutierrez's continuing attack on the people of the United States and the economy of the US is sometimes not to be believed.

    Parole someone who has yet to be charged with a crime? Forgive an entire race for invading a country and stealing from the poor simply because they are "hispanic/latino/brown/mexican/whatever?

    His "master race" LA RAZA is sometimes so comical in their tactics to forgive themselves of any sin they have committed, it should be called a religion.

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