U.S. in talks to deport deeper inside Mexico

May 27, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: HeraldNet

"The is very broad and it is not very long," said Craig Charles, deputy assistant director for ICE's air operations.

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GREAT DEPORT them to southern Mexico.
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GREAT DEPORT them to southern Mexico.
This is nothing more than more b.s. in an election year. The Dems are good at guises.

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Maybe the USA needs to sit down with Mexico and inform them that their people are gonna end up being sent back to Mexico in body bags!
I mean seriously, I don't hate Mexicans but good grief, there are Americans who want this issue solved with the tip of the barrel and I will not side with Mexico when the guns go firing away.
There are a lot of issues some Americans would love to solve with the tip of a gun barrel. I understand the point you're trying to make, but when you come down to practice, Mexico does the same thing we do. We inspect people coming into our country. We don't inspect the one's leaving nor we try to capture them. We don't care about who or how many Americans cross to Canada or Mexico every day. Why should Canada and Mexico behave any different?

Anyways, remove the illegal aliens from the equation then you have gays, Muslims, and abortion clinics next. To whom shall we send those body bags?

I have 2 questions...

1) How much farther down south from their town of origin will they be dropped?
2) Who is getting paid to fly them down?
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It's a waste to take them to the U.S. border with Mexico. They should be dropped off at the most southern tip of South America. Do that a few times and they might decide the trip north isn't worth it.
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What the heck are you talking about? Try going to Canada and see if nobody cares if you cross or not. If you have anything on your criminal record you they will not let you into Canada. They check your money status, to make sure your not going up to look for work, it's become real tough to get into Canada since all the terrorism. Americans aren't the ones pooring into other countries as poor desperate people to work. The American government has issued warnings of not traveling to certain parts of Mexicso due to drug violence.
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What the heck are you talking about? Try going to Canada and see if nobody cares if you cross or not. If you have anything on your criminal record you they will not let you into Canada. They check your money status, to make sure your not going up to look for work, it's become real tough to get into Canada since all the terrorism. Americans aren't the ones pooring into other countries as poor desperate people to work. The American government has issued warnings of not traveling to certain parts of Mexicso due to drug violence.
Remember a couple of years ago, the ABC special Homelnd Security? One segment clearly dealt with a man trying to immigrate to Cananda. He was only allowed to do so after his brother gave him the minimum 'thousands of dollars' the Canadian Govt required he have to support his family.

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On this day in memory......
These are my people......
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He said he came here with his father as a teenager to find work. He has been deported twice before, once in 2006 and once in 2008. He also has a criminal record in the United States, having been convicted of burglary and possession of burglary tools, according to ICE. He said police arrested him for driving without a license in Pearson, Ga., prompting his most recent deportation.

And this is merely the part that he told you! I wonder about the parts that he left out!!!

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He said he came here with his father as a teenager to find work. He has been deported twice before, once in 2006 and once in 2008. He also has a criminal record in the United States, having been convicted of burglary and possession of burglary tools, according to ICE. He said police arrested him for driving without a license in Pearson, Ga., prompting his most recent deportation.
And this is merely the part that he told you! I wonder about the parts that he left out!!!
Looks like he found work and his criminal record proves it....
We as a nation do not approve of this kind of work though....

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What the heck are you talking about? Try going to Canada and see if nobody cares if you cross or not. If you have anything on your criminal record you they will not let you into Canada. They check your money status, to make sure your not going up to look for work, it's become real tough to get into Canada since all the terrorism. Americans aren't the ones pooring into other countries as poor desperate people to work. The American government has issued warnings of not traveling to certain parts of Mexicso due to drug violence.
You need to read my comment again.

The ones that check you at the border when trying to enter Canada is the Canada Border Service Agency - not the US Customs & Border Patrol. The USCBP don't check or give a flip who leaves the US and crosses over to Canada or Mexico for that matter. Why should Canada or Mexico be held accountable for stopping people traveling into the US? It's not their job to protect our borders nor our job to protect theirs.

If it were they would have made a dent in all the weapons smuggled to Mexico.

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USMail XXXII wrote:
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There are a lot of issues some Americans would love to solve with the tip of a gun barrel. I understand the point you're trying to make, but when you come down to practice, Mexico does the same thing we do. We inspect people coming into our country. We don't inspect the one's leaving nor we try to capture them. We don't care about who or how many Americans cross to Canada or Mexico every day. Why should Canada and Mexico behave any different?
Anyways, remove the illegal aliens from the equation then you have gays, Muslims, and abortion clinics next. To whom shall we send those body bags?
I have 2 questions...
1) How much farther down south from their town of origin will they be dropped?
2) Who is getting paid to fly them down?
I'm thinking from 2000 feet anywhere over mexico without a parachute. For sure it would be a one way trip.

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You need to read my comment again.
The ones that check you at the border when trying to enter Canada is the Canada Border Service Agency - not the US Customs & Border Patrol. The USCBP don't check or give a flip who leaves the US and crosses over to Canada or Mexico for that matter. Why should Canada or Mexico be held accountable for stopping people traveling into the US? It's not their job to protect our borders nor our job to protect theirs.
If it were they would have made a dent in all the weapons smuggled to Mexico.
You are not correct about the CBP not caring or inspecting those who are returning to Mexico. Try watching Border Wars and you will see that the Border Patrol are watching for people who are carrying money back into Mexico to the cartels. They are also monitoring the border for fugitives returning back into Mexico as well. Border Wars is an interesting program and I personally have learned a lot.

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DonMan wrote:
<quoted text>You are not correct about the CBP not caring or inspecting those who are returning to Mexico. Try watching Border Wars and you will see that the Border Patrol are watching for people who are carrying money back into Mexico to the cartels. They are also monitoring the border for fugitives returning back into Mexico as well. Border Wars is an interesting program and I personally have learned a lot.
"Border Wars"?

Don, you get inspected at a booth by the authorities of the country you're entering. It is their job to protect their national security and deny your entry. Not the US's. That's not to say that the US Border Patrol may have probable cause to conduct a road stop before you enter Mexico otherwise they can't stop you exiting the US. It works in reverse on the way back.

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Do you ever get the feeling that people are looking into your window from a nice set of cross hairs? I mean seriously, the stupid threats you make to people must have you living on the edge and no amount of guns or ammo can make the fear of constantly looking over your shoulder go away.
Sucks to be you.
Actually I have a great life,bunch of friends,decent golf game,and good health. What I don't have is confidence that our country will continue to offer REAL US CITIZENS the luxury,and opportunities I have had. If something drastic isn't done about or if we do not focus on the immigration problem the US as we know it now will be gone in 40 years or less. Allowing poor, uneducated mexicans or poor hispanics in general to locate in the US illegally will bankrupt this country. The state of Cal is a great example. Crime and illegitimate child birth alone is a major tax burden,and that's only a small portion of the cost of supporting these folks. If I happen to step on someones toes like you for example while giving my opinion, I could care less. I'm more concerned about our country, and what our families have to look froward to in the near future... Thanks for making me aware of my endangerment. You could have saved my life.
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The Toaster wrote:
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Actually I have a great life,bunch of friends,decent golf game,and good health. What I don't have is confidence that our country will continue to offer REAL US CITIZENS the luxury,and opportunities I have had. If something drastic isn't done about or if we do not focus on the immigration problem the US as we know it now will be gone in 40 years or less. Allowing poor, uneducated mexicans or poor hispanics in general to locate in the US illegally will bankrupt this country. The state of Cal is a great example. Crime and illegitimate child birth alone is a major tax burden,and that's only a small portion of the cost of supporting these folks. If I happen to step on someones toes like you for example while giving my opinion, I could care less. I'm more concerned about our country, and what our families have to look froward to in the near future... Thanks for making me aware of my endangerment. You could have saved my life.
You are right, I really think these world wide but MAINLY Mexico's illegals think the US is God! and think God will not turn anyone away!!this is their uneducated way of thinking.

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