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Illegal Immigrants and thier children.

Its been a while since I’ve written an entry. I really would like to keep going with the Immigration topic. Even though there were numerous topics I want to write about concerning voting, president bush, the Americas, Middle-Eastern policy, the U.S. Armed forces and its future and many more, I think that those are best suited for my friends Fernando and Clay. The three writers for this blog lead busy lives. We need to focus…right?

Anyways. I’d like to talk for a bit about the children of Illegal Immigrants and a little bit about thier spouses.

There is a camp of thought, a very powerful and persuasive one, that thinks all current immigration laws should be enforced to the fullest extent of the Law. There are more paradigms which could result in mass-deportation, punitive punishments, imprisonment, and other like-genre/counterproductive measures. During the midterm elections, my state’s (MN) candidates for governor were throwing around many ideas about immigration: how it affects our economy, health system, tax system, charitable organizations, roads, schools, etc.

Senators, Presidents, Congressmen, Governors, City Councilmembers, Judges, Police Commissioners: What about the children of these Illegal Immigrants? Is it Constitutionally sound to deport minors? Is it humane?

Some of these children are born in the U.S.

Some of them came here with thier parents before they turned 18 years old.

Is it o.k. to take away thier parents? Is it o.k. to take away the children from thier parents? What crimes, other than obeying thier parents orders to follow them across the border have they committed?

Believe it or not, there are cases of the U.S. Government doing these things. Deporting the parents of Legal U.S. Citizens with Social Security Numbers and everything.

I think its a load of crap. To me, its not even a matter of how dispicable the system is for allowing this to happen. Its a matter of how our laws can be interpreted in such a way to allow for it to happen. Is there no qualifying remark in any State’s or our Federal Constitution that would make the seperation of a family unit not o.k.? This is some bullllllshit.

22 November, 2006 4:05 PM - Posted by | Just a thought..

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