Friday, June 24, 2011

...And your status as an illegal is my problem exactly how?

ATLANTA (AP) -- Eighteen-year-old Dulce Guerrero kept quiet about being an illegal immigrant until earlier this year, when she became upset after a traffic stop that landed her mother in jail for two nights. The arrest came as Georgia lawmakers were crafting what would become one of the nation's toughest immigration crackdowns, and Guerrero feared her mother would be deported.

Okaaay...??? That would suck, wouldn't it?
Did mom have a license? Insurance? Was the car legally hers?

"I feel like that was my breaking point, when my mom was in jail," said Guerrero, who came to the U.S. from Mexico when she was 2. "I felt like, well, that's it, it can't get any worse than this. My mother has been to jail."

She came from Mexico when she was two- did she crawl on her own?

Guerrero is the chief organizer of a rally set for Tuesday at the Georgia State Capitol for high school-age illegal immigrants to tell their stories. The recent high school graduate and others hope to draw attention to the plight of the hundreds of thousands of young people who were brought to the U.S. illegally by their parents.

Already around the country, efforts by young activists have ranged from rallies and letter-writing to sit-ins and civil disobedience, drawing inspiration from civil rights demonstrations decades ago, with the aim of forcing the federal government to reform rules for immigrants in their situation.

You know, that really sounds like a family problem to me.
Why should we change our laws because your parents brought you into the country illegally sixteen years ago?
They had sixteen years to get their immigration status right- but didn't.
You knew you were illegal, but did nothing about it, and now you want the rest of legal Americans and resident aliens to give you a free pass.
You've been living for free in America for SIXTEEN YEARS- puta, and no one in your family ever heard about people trying to get a handle on your kind of lawbreakers?

Your family's decided to break the law.
Your parents decided to do nothing about changing their status.
You are not even ashamed of being a lawbreaker.

I hope when you start disrupting shit, that they DO deport your dumb ass, and if you don't want to break up your family, they can go with you.

1 comment:

  1. Funny how the Usual Suspects who are all over Identity Politics are horrified when you ask a few (Identity-Oriented) questions:

    1. How much does the average family pay in taxes for social services consumed by illegal aliens?

    2. How much has the unemployment rate gone up because of the influx of illegal aliens?

    So if identity politics is such a cool thing, what happens when identity politics spreads to non-illegals?

    Clearly, I'm an Enemy Of The State, or something.