"He is going to deport the most dangerous criminal illegal immigrants." Oh, horrors, we can't have that. It can't be true anyway because everyone knows they are all good people who just want to help their families. They wouldn't do anything bad, would they. Not really.
Perhaps we wouldn't be having this conversation if millions of Mexicans hadn't swarmed our borders. Did the open border advocates really believe Americans would accept an invasion without pushing back.
Maybe some of Hillary's people will chalk up some sidewalks and make everyone feel better.
Run, run, the sky is falling!
What they did to their baby was bad enough, but their attorney characterizing them as good parents and the incident as a "mistake" was disgusting. A mistake is when you forget to bring home cereal. A floppy, unresponsive baby is not the result of a mistake. That is abuse. On top of that, to protect themselves they wouldn't cooperate and allow a blood draw on the baby so the doctors could figure out exactly what was going on. Sorry guys, you are supposed to put your child's welfare first, not last.
Why can't these families stay together in Mexico? According to the activists it is a wonderful place with a thriving culture that simply must be taught in American schools.
For you doubters, there have been convictions in Arizona for illegal aliens voting. You can do a search and fine actual news reports written at the time.
In the news just this week: The state’s high school dropouts will earn $271,000 less than their cohorts who do get a diploma. Dropouts also tend to have higher social costs — such as criminal records and going on welfare. That brings their economic losses and social price tags up to more than $421,000 statewide and $463,500 in Phoenix, according to the report by the Arizona Mayors Education Roundtable.
Assuming the above is even remotely accurate, please explain to me how anyone speaking little or no English, with an average 4th grade education, and no knowledge of our laws, can possibly be a benefit to this country. They are a drag on the economy, cannot pay their share of social costs, and to pretend otherwise is silly.
Raising the bar and demanding that we learn was standard when I went to school. Very few children were kept over because we all knew we had to study or there would be horror and shame. Almost all of us were poor, but that was no excuse. I can still name the very few students who were kept back: Richard in first grade, and Wendy in fourth. Ken dropped out in eighth grade after multiple attempts. The rest of us succeeded. Tough on those three, but way better than letting the rest of skate and graduate with seat time but no knowledge. Yes, they scared us, and it worked.
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