Detroit rally protests student's depo...

Detroit rally protests student's deportation

There are 10 comments on the Detroit Free Press story from Aug 18, 2009, titled Detroit rally protests student's deportation. In it, Detroit Free Press reports that:

More than 100 people rallied Monday night at Hope Community Church in Detroit in an effort to prevent a University of Detroit Mercy student from being deported to Albania.

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Peace

Wayne, MI

#1 Aug 18, 2009
Well if she is not a citizen, then to bad so sad your free ride is over. You don't pay taxes, vote, or do anything besides mooch off the government. I don't feel sorry, this should be the start of something good. Not a citizen and taking advantage of us? Time to ship this people out, and make them do it the right way. Can I go to Albania and live the same way she's been living here? I think not.
wassup

Clinton Township, MI

#2 Aug 18, 2009
Peace wrote:
Well if she is not a citizen, then to bad so sad your free ride is over. You don't pay taxes, vote, or do anything besides mooch off the government. I don't feel sorry, this should be the start of something good. Not a citizen and taking advantage of us? Time to ship this people out, and make them do it the right way. Can I go to Albania and live the same way she's been living here? I think not.
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cup09

Monroe, MI

#3 Aug 18, 2009
Herta Llusho AND her mother want to stay in the US because they have POTENTIAL? Potential for what? To take an American students place at a University? They're illegal aliens and should be deported! Enough of their free rides.
Concerned Citizen

Lakeland, MI

#4 Aug 18, 2009
Here you are criticizing someone whose story you know not. Attending a private University, if you had your shit straight, she's not taking anyones spot who didn't already have their chance. It's not her fault that foreign students tend to have the most gratitude, the greatest appreciation for education. Nor is it her fault that her parents decided to value her education rather than throw it down the drain by keeping her out of a country so rich of education. Kudos to your parents, though.
wassup

Clinton Township, MI

#5 Aug 18, 2009
Concerned Citizen wrote:
Here you are criticizing someone whose story you know not. Attending a private University, if you had your shit straight, she's not taking anyones spot who didn't already have their chance. It's not her fault that foreign students tend to have the most gratitude, the greatest appreciation for education. Nor is it her fault that her parents decided to value her education rather than throw it down the drain by keeping her out of a country so rich of education. Kudos to your parents, though.
They are criminals and Albanian also. Send them back. When they decide to follow the laws of this country they can come back for A visit. A short visit.
Runny

United States

#6 Aug 18, 2009
Send them home and students can find them on face book,get over it ! lol

Since: Jul 08

Michigan

#7 Aug 19, 2009
I can understand the student wanting to finish her education and stay in this country until it's complete. Maybe she need to apply for a student visa. I am also impress that she exercised a right that most U.S Citizens don't do and that's calling her State Senator and getting them involve. That tells me she will make a better citizen then half of the legal citizens we have now. They will not get out and vote, they want contact Lansing or follow congress to voice their views, but this young woman not a legal citizen did and she got helped!
gypsy

Clinton Township, MI

#8 Aug 19, 2009
Send her and her whole law breaking family back. They come as guests and refuse to follow the laws, send them back. We have enough criminals in this country now, we don't need to import them. There are legal ways to stay in this country. Why didn't they use them ?
cup09

Monroe, MI

#9 Aug 20, 2009
Concerned Citizen wrote:
Here you are criticizing someone whose story you know not. Attending a private University, if you had your shit straight, she's not taking anyones spot who didn't already have their chance. It's not her fault that foreign students tend to have the most gratitude, the greatest appreciation for education. Nor is it her fault that her parents decided to value her education rather than throw it down the drain by keeping her out of a country so rich of education. Kudos to your parents, though.
There are limited spots to be had. She is taking one. One more less spot to be given to a law abiding American citizen. Her parents are teaching their child merely to ignore our countrys' laws to advance over our true citizens. Like most foreigners, they spit in our face demanding want they want. This pompous attitude has to cease. Deportation is the answer.
2badsosad

Laurel, MD

#10 Aug 20, 2009
see ya free loader

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