Monday, November 13, 2006

Deport The Woman, End the Story

There is no doubt that I am not overly friendly towards the 12-20 million illegal alien criminals that have invaded America...paint it any way you want, the reality is simple...they are here illegally, are stealing our jobs, are depressing our wages, and are using our Social Service system while we pay for it. Everyone talks about immigration reform, and I wonder why we do not talk about ENFORCING laws already on the books? How about ending the shell game, and punishing employers, landlords and churches who are breaking our immigration laws. How about getting ALL LEVELS of law enforcement into the game, and see them begin actually enforcing immigration laws, rather than ignoring them, and providing safe harbor for the illegals in America?

A perfect case in point is the illegal alien who locked herself up in a Church in the city of Chicago...the story has made the headlines yet again as her seven year old son (who has become a pawn in the debate, a poster child if you will) trots off to Mexico to plead for their involvement in the case. Hello, his MOM broke our laws, needs to be deported. Enough of the kid gloves, get a group of ICE agents and go get this woman from the church and deport her...end of the story, no further need for it to garner news ink.

It's not that I am cold blooded, I donate to charity, would give people a shirt off my back...but, I have no toleration for law breakers, and do not buy into illegals claims that they only want to better themselves...funny, drug dealers make that very same claim.

Boy in Deportation Flap Heads to Mexico
7 year-old Son of Immigration Activist Holed Up in Chicago Church Heads to Mexico

CHICAGO Nov 12, 2006 (AP)— The 7-year-old son of an immigration activist who has taken refuge in a church to avoid deportation left for Mexico on Sunday in search of support for his mother from legislators and President Vincente Fox.

Saul Arellano, who is an American citizen, will meet with members of the Mexican House of Representatives and Senate on Tuesday in an effort to get a resolution supporting Elvira Arellano's bid to stay in the United States.

Elvira Arellano was supposed to surrender to federal authorities for deportation to Mexico in August. Instead, she took refuge at the Adalberto United Methodist Church.

"It's just another added pressure," said Emma Lozano, executive director of immigration-rights group Centro Sin Fronteras, who will accompany the boy. "We really believe Mexico could use its influence more in supporting people like Elvira."

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