It is obvious that you will not listen when someone tells you the facts. If their parents brought them here without going through the appropriate process to come here legally, they are here illegally, and the parents are to blame. You choose to disregard and ignore the fact that the parents are doing something illegal and we cannot allow that to continue. Your choice provides a "get out of jail free" card for people to disregard our laws and anchor themselves and their children here...it has to stop.<quoted text>
I'm not talking about people that rob stores and break laws. I'm talking about the ones that immediately GO to the law when they realize their parents brought them illegally, because they HAVEN'T broken any laws and wish to continue living with and for the people they are growing up with.
They are cast out as enemies.
If criminals attack you, tie you up, throw you in a car, and then drive to the store and rob it, then you escape and run to the police, WHY THE HELL would you then throw the escapee in jail and ship them out of the country with criminals.
Shipping them off to a country they don't recognize or even speak the darn language... isn't justice, and banning them from the US for being victimized is what's going on.
There are victims all over the world that suffer from all kinds of issues...we can't fix the entire world just because people choose to do things they shouldn't. The logical answer isn't your answer...to ignore what the parents KEEP DOING, and allow them to continue to do what they are doing, the answer is to make them understand that they must follow the laws...if they can't follow the laws, then their children will pay for their crimes.
Let me ask you a question...
If you knew that your child would be deported when it was discovered that they were here illegally, would you decide to go through the correct process to come here legally, or would you put your child at risk for your improper actions?