DHS secretary says unaccompanied kids...

DHS secretary says unaccompanied kids show need for reform

There are 116 comments on the Windsor Beacon story from Jun 12, 2014, titled DHS secretary says unaccompanied kids show need for reform. In it, Windsor Beacon reports that:

The only way unaccompanied immigrant children in the United States will be allowed to stay here is if they can find a parent in the country, Homeland Security Jeh Johnson suggested in a news conference Thursday.

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Amigo

New London, CT

#75 Jul 9, 2014
DHS is AWESOME!!! ;)
spud

Blandon, PA

#76 Jul 9, 2014
Jeh doesn't look like an idiot but he sure talks like one. He obviously thinks the American people are stupid to say the wacked out things he says. Just when you think Obama has sunk as far as he possibly could with his appointments, he pulls out another doosie. His appointments are a good indicator of what kind of guy he is.
juan is a wanker

Kansas City, MO

#79 Aug 4, 2014
Juan wrote:
The majority of us just want to provide for our families both here and in Mexico. We deserve what we work so hard to get.
SSDD eh pendejo? Yep...Tax remittances at 100%. Detect, Detain, and Deport all illegal aliens starting with the pendejo from Vero Beach. Wasn't not posting on topix part of your parole agreement?

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#80 Aug 6, 2014
Juan wrote:
The majority of us just want to provide for our families both here and in Mexico. We deserve what we work so hard to get.
Work that is done because one resorted to lying & forging documents so that one can take from a system in which one never or hardly contributes, and being paid wages that should be going to legal workers, doesn't warrant one to deserve anything but removal. Stealing people's dreams in order to fulfill your own is not kosher by any stretch of the imagination.
juan is a narcissist

Kansas City, MO

#83 Aug 8, 2014
Juan wrote:
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I went to my fathers funeral in Progresso and had problems getting back into the U. S. It was afew months before I was able to get back to Vero. Juan's Electrical and Home Repairs is still going strong.
Yea right pendejo. Flourishing biz...what a freakin joke...Post your biz license since a friend tells me you have to have one to be legal...post your license....Failure to do so proves you ain't who/what you say you are...and don't give us that fake geraldo crap either...his never existed in any TX database.

http://treasure.craigslist.org/sks/4524083037...
Memo From Turner

Bellmore, NY

#85 Aug 8, 2014
juan is a narcissist wrote:
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Yea right pendejo. Flourishing biz...what a freakin joke...Post your biz license since a friend tells me you have to have one to be legal...post your license....Failure to do so proves you ain't who/what you say you are...and don't give us that fake geraldo crap either...his never existed in any TX database.
http://treasure.craigslist.org/sks/4524083037...
How silly. Why don't you post your name and home address so we can confirm you are real?
ima-Ilis Myka Ashanti

El Paso, TX

#86 Aug 8, 2014
Juan wrote:
I've been working under my past bosses license Geraldo Fernandez. I worked for him many years in Texas until I went out on my own. I don't have a problem finding customers, majority are referrals from customers I've done business for in the past.
so if your working under you old boss's license...the business is his and not yours and does he even know you're using his license? either way this sounds like a pretty bogus business, but since you seem to know exactly just how to go around the illegalities both you and your boss make a perfect illegal duo who's fraudulent business will some day come crashing down around you. I have seen business close for a lot less. Especially if it's true that you were being detained or unable to get back for months from Progresso.....officials will be keeping an eye on you.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#88 Aug 9, 2014
Juan wrote:
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As like anyone else we have to do what we have to do to survive.
How about doing it the legal way? Sorry to hea about your father, if that is indeed he truth, but that is the only slack I will cut you. Your excuse is lame...period.
Indian River County

Kansas City, MO

#89 Aug 9, 2014
teddyr4me wrote:
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How about doing it the legal way? Sorry to hea about your father, if that is indeed he truth, but that is the only slack I will cut you. Your excuse is lame...period.
Yea good ole juan....he really should pay attention to this story, I'm sure Indian River country officials might want to look into his company...ya think....lol..they've been given a heads up...

http://www.wfla.com/story/24916196/20-unlicen...

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#90 Aug 10, 2014
Indian River County wrote:
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Yea good ole juan....he really should pay attention to this story, I'm sure Indian River country officials might want to look into his company...ya think....lol..they've been given a heads up...
http://www.wfla.com/story/24916196/20-unlicen...
Frankly speaking, I don't' look for cheap labor, I look for those who are licensed and bonded before they step one foot into my home. My last big project was a new roof, and the workers were American citizens, and their apparent good job enabled them to get more jobs in my neighborhood. I look for workers who do quality work that can stand the test of time. Cheap doesn't necessarily connote quality.
Tagged and reported

Kansas City, MO

#93 Aug 12, 2014
Juan wrote:
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My old boss continues to work in Texas. He doesn't know I'm using his license, I made a copy when I was working for him. I can do the work, a license is just a piece of paper. He owns the Community Construction Company, I worked about 15 years for him.
Tagged and report to the VB PD and the state board of licenses. Don't forget there juan Topix tracks IP addresses. Have a nice day. Impersonation is a felony in Florida...
ima-Ilis Myka Ashanti

El Paso, TX

#94 Aug 12, 2014
Juan wrote:
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My old boss continues to work in Texas. He doesn't know I'm using his license, I made a copy when I was working for him. I can do the work, a license is just a piece of paper. He owns the Community Construction Company, I worked about 15 years for him.
you are full of shit, you know that ? you couldn't possibly be using someone else's license ARE YOU REALLY THAT STUPID ???? YOU ARE REALLY ASKING TO BE DEPORTED if it's true AND YOU GET CAUGHT !! which I hope you do get caught ! you are so ILLEGAL in every way ! how could you EVER EVEN CONSIDER BE GIVEN AMNESTY ? you sure as hell don't deserve EVEN being here illegally.
ima-Ilis Myka Ashanti

El Paso, TX

#95 Aug 12, 2014
Juan wrote:
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I had a difficult time getting back to Vero, it took months.
you escaped, huh? from the detention center where you were being detained. They had no intention of releasing you so you escaped and now you are an illegal alien escapee ! Don't worry....." be happy "...you'll get caught sooner than later !

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#99 Aug 15, 2014
Juan wrote:
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I didn't escape from anywhere. I came here to provide for myself and family.
No, you came here to bilk any American who will give you the opportunity to do so. What family do you support? You make babies, then expect the taxpayers to be their daddy. Not a smooth move, dude.
ima-Ilis Myka Ashanti

El Paso, TX

#100 Aug 16, 2014
Juan wrote:
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I didn't escape from anywhere. I came here to provide for myself and family.
thats just it, you aren't supporting anyone, you abandoned your anchor letting us tax payers support him. You are illegally here never having tried to legalize you status, plus using illegally someone else's license to open a company in another state using previous boss's license ?? YOU ARE TOO MUCH, don't deserve ANY CONSIDERATION for amnesty. You have screwed yourself, you don't stand a chance here, next time ICE will make sure you don't return, tell us what strings you pulled to be released after months of detention? not that anyone here will believe your story.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#102 Aug 18, 2014
Juan wrote:
I provide jobs for 3 electrical helpers. I provide a repair service for seniors who are unable to make their own home repairs.
No I didn't pull any strings, but did have to pay some money under the table to get back to Vero. In the past I've never had a problem but things have changed lately.
I've got to look at two jobs tomorrow, one in Gifford and the other in Fort Pierce. Like I said, the majority of my work is word of mouth.
How much do you pay your phoney workers in your phoney business? Word of mouth is to run as fast and far as you can from the phoney wireman!

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#103 Aug 18, 2014
Juan wrote:
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Why do you continue to prevent someone from making an honest living ?
Go back to playing with yourself.
I can't stop laughing...what is your definition for honesty???? Good grief!
Guess Who

Sterling, CO

#110 Aug 18, 2014
Juan wrote:
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I don't rob, steal or deal in drugs..........I make an honest living by providing a service.
What is there about you that is HONEST? You are by far one of the phoniest greazers this site has ever been polluted by!!!
Guess Who

Sterling, CO

#116 Aug 19, 2014
Juan wrote:
I provide a service for the citizens of Vero Beach. I do electrical work and home improvements.
Without a proper license thereby making their insurance null and void. I wouldn't let you rewire a flash light for me BEANER!!!

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#117 Aug 19, 2014
teddyr4me wrote:
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I can't stop laughing...what is your definition for honesty???? Good grief!
Obviously a really warped definition.

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