Swinging door between mexico and u.s.

Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by LilOlLady, Jun 17, 2012.

  1. LilOlLady

    LilOlLady Gold Member

    Apr 20, 2009
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    The excuse pro-illegal immigration advocates use to allow children of Illegal Aliens to remain here by way of Dream Act of Path to Citizenship for all is a pig that don’t fly and never will fly.
    Just because they were brought here as children they should be allowed to stay because this is the only country they know is nothing more the left wing rhetoric.

    Fact; Millions that entered this country decades ago by crossing the border or over staying visas, uprooting children from the only country they have known, leaving grand parents behind, coming to a country where they don’t know the language or the culture have chose to pack up the kids they brought here and kids born here and move them back to Mexico. They do speak the language and know the culture and it is less of a culture shock than when they came here. In Mexico, there are school, jobs and the wages are comparable to the cost of living and they are just fine. What is different about leaving here and going back to Mexico and leaving Mexico and coming here? The language barrier and the culture when they came here. Some of those children never fit in and result is joining gangs of their peers.

    Where was the compassion those parents had for children when they brought here, to a country they did not know the language or the culture? The doors between Mexico and U.S. swing both ways.

    Millions of Illegal Aliens have found that his country is not the American dream they thought it would be and they have self deported. The wages are high and the cost of living is high.
    The Dream Act may not be an American Dream after all if there are no jobs for them when they graduate. They may find it best to take their dream back home. There is not enough of American dream to go around any more like it use to be when this nation was being built.
    In so many words, Romney said he would do the same thing Obama did only on a larger scale. Be careful what you wish for.
  2. waltky

    waltky Wise ol' monkey Supporting Member

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    Romney not much help either - wouldn't commit to what he would do about this if he were to become President on Face the Nation yesterday...
    Immigration order reverberates in social media
    Jun 18, 2012 - President Obama's Friday order suspending deportations for some young illegal immigrants sent a charge through social media over the weekend, with the both the president and his Republican challenger seeing steep spikes in on-line chatter about them.

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