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May 08, 2017


Immigrants don't get deported. ILLEGAL aliens get deported.

Shame on you.

No -- shame on you. These are children who need an education so they will be productive adults, regardless of their parent's paperwork. We are all better off with an educated public and world. And that includes you. You never know when you might need help or who will help you.

"A nation that cannot control it's borders is not a nation".

PS - the shame was for you repeatedly using "immigrant" when you're talking about "illegal aliens".

Be honest.

These are immigrants and refugees, not 'aliens.' They are humans just like you and me, not from outer space. History teaches there's no stopping immigration. The Great Wall of China couldn't stop it. People are people, so lets educate them. Any parent of a US citizen should have a green card, as parenting is hard work.The US hotel and restaurant industry, livestock and farm industry would collapse without immigrant labor. If some are 'undocumented,' so what! Educate their kids.

Immigrants are people who legally travel to another country.

I'm getting that you're an "open borders" person?

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