Daniel Altschuler: DREAMing of Citize...

Daniel Altschuler: DREAMing of Citizenship: An Interview with Gaby Pacheco

There are 1 comment on the The Huffington Post story from Dec 15, 2010, titled Daniel Altschuler: DREAMing of Citizenship: An Interview with Gaby Pacheco. In it, The Huffington Post reports that:

With the House passing the DREAM Act last Wednesday and the Senate set to vote on it as soon as this Friday, now is a good time for a personal account of what's at stake with DREAM.

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Columbus, OH

#1 Dec 15, 2010
They never mention the gang banging drunk driver who will also qualify.

Adding 2.1 million foreign workers at a time of record high unemployment is a terrible idea.

How did she get any money to live and go to school?

She has no legal way to earn money; how many crimes is the U.S. suppose to ignore?

Why is there never any mention of the parents who caused this- will this "student" continue to aid them which is a crime.

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