Enticing people to come here illegally, and rewarding them, only turns out badly
for many. For those wanting amnesty (and more of this) have you changed your
So sad. Obama drew him here with the hope of deferred action.Shame on all
of you amnesty advocates for giving people a reason to trespass.
A sad and tragic end to a young life. This is why we need to fully enforce our
current Immigration Laws so that people who can cross our Southern Border easily
come to understand that doing so only gets them a one-way ticket back home. By
not fully enforcing our current laws our Gov't has given them hope that if
they just get here everything will be easy for them regardless of the dangers
they face in getting here.
This mother and her son should have applied to come here legally, waited as long
as it takes, and eventually enjoyed teh blessing of living in this great
country. But, instead they were seduced by the promises of those who disrespect
our laws, and this had tragic consequences.His death is not the
fault of the U.S. immigration laws, but those who ignore our laws, and those who
entice people to break them. And, to those who refuse to enforce our laws!Save the lives of hundreds who will needlessly die this summer by
securing our border now!
This is a massive humanitarian crisis, it has taken on an identity of
corruption. The individuals contracted are taking on the name of the brown
shirts which is in itself utterly disgusting. The situation is being hidden
from us by an administration that does not want us to know what is happening.
We need to have the borders secured and the child minors processed in a human
manner. This is not an issue of immigration law it is an issue of
administrations and congress that has refused to secure the borders and allow
legal immigration according to the laws that already exist. The countries these
people are coming from are fraught with corruption. Maybe for every million
illegal immigrants that arrive in the US, we claim an equal percentage of the
country they come from and establish viable government and economies. Viva los
United States of the Americas.
this is something repulican bussiness men dont want is reform they can under pay
these people and not pay workmens comp insurance and under bid other real legit
companies on construction and many other bussines. its how they do things in the
u.s. not by just talking about reform. they see our congress do nothing and they
know we are not going to do anything with them in office, and they are rushing
up before they get voted out and real leaders get elected. until we realy do
something the rush is on. president dont pas laws congress does.
@lket "this is something repu(b)lican bussiness men dont want is reform"
This is not a republican or party issue. This is an administrative
and congressional issue. The current administration has refused to enforce
immigration laws, released thousand of held illegal detainees, has promised
educations to the children of illegal aliens. This is his humanitarian crisis.
And in the background the administration and some in congress have promised
amnesty to those who beat the final bell. I don't blame those coming, a
chance at a better life, so many are going to die crossing through Mexico, and
then the deserts of the Southwest. And then when they get here, disease is
going to kill hundreds more. Already California, is forcing them away.
Children on busses going nowhere. My opinion for a solution, pick
the children up before the desert, take them in small groups and have churches
and wards provide shelters for groups of about ten. Get them healthy, find
their parents and send them back, or adopt them into homes in the US. The
adults get a free pass home.
DN Subscriber writes, "This mother and her son should have applied to come
here legally, waited as long as it takes, and eventually enjoyed teh blessing of
living in this great country."Do you sincerely believe that? If
so, please listen:There is NO WAY they could have "waited as
long as it takes". There is NO "line " to get in which they
qualified for which leads to legal immigration. None. Zero. There is no
"waiting list" for a poor Guatemalan (or poor Mexican or poor Honduran)
to get on so that he can immigrate legally. If they are going to immigrate to
the US at all, they are going to have to sneak in.If you think that
this is unfair, then please talk to your Congressmen. They are the ones who
made the law.