Immigrants' rights advocates march in...

Immigrants' rights advocates march in Long Beach for 'compassionate reform'

There are 6 comments on the Press-Telegram story from Jul 1, 2013, titled Immigrants' rights advocates march in Long Beach for 'compassionate reform'. In it, Press-Telegram reports that:

For almost 20 years, the 22-year-old Long Beach resident and English major at Cal State Long Beach says she was afraid to tell people she is undocumented for fear they might think of her as a criminal or call the police.

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US citizen

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Jul 3, 2013
"For almost 20 years, the 22-year-old Long Beach resident and English major at Cal State Long Beach says she was afraid to tell people she is undocumented for fear they might think of her as a criminal or call the police."

Her criminal instincts were correct, since she is here thanks to the criminal acts of her parents, who cheated their daughter to the head of the line in front of immigrants who play by the rules, and should be deported immediately.
Importing large numbers of underclass into a welfare state is not sustainable. Importing people of the mindset that when confronted with a sizable challenge, it's best to up and leave your own country to twist in the wind, is also an unworkable manifest to maintain the security of the country hosting these social parasites.
Comprehensive immigration means deporting the criminals and their political spawn back to the host countries so they might learn that gaming our system isn't profitable, thereby reducing border crossing criminals who currently believe there is a broken system here to be played.
Long Beach Native

Long Beach, CA

#2 Jul 3, 2013
Just say "NO" to amnesty.

Since: Jul 11

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#3 Jul 3, 2013
Legal immigrants have rights. On the other hand illegal aliens have no rights other than to be deported. Oh they do of course have whatever rights are afforded them in their home countries.
Brenda besson

United States

#4 Jul 3, 2013
She should thank her parents for her this,
Long Beach Native

Long Beach, CA

#5 Jul 4, 2013
Brenda besson wrote:
She should thank her parents for her this,
I agree. She should, as they are ALL being deported back to their own country.
Anonymous

Garden Grove, CA

#6 Oct 11, 2013
US citizen wrote:
"For almost 20 years, the 22-year-old Long Beach resident and English major at Cal State Long Beach says she was afraid to tell people she is undocumented for fear they might think of her as a criminal or call the police."
Her criminal instincts were correct, since she is here thanks to the criminal acts of her parents, who cheated their daughter to the head of the line in front of immigrants who play by the rules, and should be deported immediately.
Importing large numbers of underclass into a welfare state is not sustainable. Importing people of the mindset that when confronted with a sizable challenge, it's best to up and leave your own country to twist in the wind, is also an unworkable manifest to maintain the security of the country hosting these social parasites.
Comprehensive immigration means deporting the criminals and their political spawn back to the host countries so they might learn that gaming our system isn't profitable, thereby reducing border crossing criminals who currently believe there is a broken system here to be played.
Right on! I agree with you 100 percent.

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