Dreams mix with fear for young illegal immigrants

Sep 15, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Detroit Free Press

Juan Sancen, 18, of Detroit loads the car with his father, Gerardo Sancen, to head off to Saginaw Valley State University last month.

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nym8387

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He said he's greatful his father brought him here and that his father is not a criminal. Actually your father is the reason for all your sleepless nights and fear of deportation. And he's definitely nothing more than a criminal. These people along with all the bleeding hearts in this country have a lot of balls trying to make this look like its ok to come to America illegally. Critics are on point when they say legalizing these people would spark another wave or should I say tsunami of more aliens who would do nothing but bring the wages in this country down. These "kids" would be perfect to go.back and help that country lift its self up from the ground. Mexico will always remain the same if nobody from that country takes control and make real changes. Go home and deal with your problems and stop being a burden on the American people.
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Sounds good except for the fact drug cartels rule Mexico and Americans feed the drug trade from there so we are all in it together with no way out, sadly...

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Burgydean wrote:
Sounds good except for the fact drug cartels rule Mexico and Americans feed the drug trade from there so we are all in it together with no way out, sadly...
the drug cartels do rule a tiny part of Mexico just like they do in the USA
Go for a hike in the mountains of California
Take a walk thru pt Richmond
Check out DC, Houston, Detroit or most other American cities

Name one city in the USA where more than 20 of the people on the Forbes list of top 25 richest people all own homes?

They do in my neighborhood
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Here Is One wrote:
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the drug cartels do rule a tiny part of Mexico just like they do in the USA
Go for a hike in the mountains of California
Take a walk thru pt Richmond
Check out DC, Houston, Detroit or most other American cities
Name one city in the USA where more than 20 of the people on the Forbes list of top 25 richest people all own homes?
They do in my neighborhood
LMFAO!!!!!

Typical Mexican.
Pug

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The reporter had to really hunt for this story.
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Burgydean wrote:
Sounds good except for the fact drug cartels rule Mexico and Americans feed the drug trade from there so we are all in it together with no way out, sadly...
Mexican drug cartels can be taken down easily. Blaming my country for mexicos failures is the only thing they can do. Americans love drugs but nobody makes Mexicans sell it to my country. Like I said send them back home and help or should I say destroy the government that allows these cartels to rule the people. The problem with Latin countries is that they have to many cowards that won't make changes because they fear losing their life for a better country so they justify thier cowardly ways by blaming everything on my country and crossing my borders and when they find out my country has more compassion they take advantage.
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Like I said we are in this together with no way out unless America invades and take this country then turn it into a retirement resort like Florida is ?
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Like I said we are in this together with no way out unless America invades and take this country then turn it into a retirement resort like Florida is ?
Yea, like Florida is. Florida is about as safe as Detroit.

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<quoted text>LMFAO!!!!!

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not one tiny speck of Latino blood in m

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Guerra wrote:
<quoted text>LMFAO!!!!!

Typical Mexican.
or my family..........LOL

But you are wrong on 99 percent of what you say

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<quoted text>Mexican drug cartels can be taken down easily. Blaming my country for mexicos failures is the only thing they can do. Americans love drugs but nobody makes Mexicans sell it to my country. Like I said send them back home and help or should I say destroy the government that allows these cartels to rule the people. The problem with Latin countries is that they have to many cowards that won't make changes because they fear losing life for a better country so they justify thier cowardly ways by blaming everything on my country and crossing my borders and when they find out my country has more compassion they take advantage.
the USA can't ev

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nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>Mexican drug cartels can be taken down easily. Blaming my country for mexicos failures is the only thing they can do. Americans love drugs but nobody makes Mexicans sell it to my country. Like I said send them back home and help or should I say destroy the government that allows these cartels to rule the people. The problem with Latin countries is that they have to many cowards that won't make changes because they fear losing their life for a better country so they justify thier cowardly ways by blaming everything on my country and crossing my borders and when they find out my country has more compassion they take advantage.
even handle unorganized gang bangers so how would they handle narcos that are organized with billions of dollars?
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the drug cartels do rule a tiny part of Mexico just like they do in the USA
Go for a hike in the mountains of California
Take a walk thru pt Richmond
Check out DC, Houston, Detroit or most other American cities
Name one city in the USA where more than 20 of the people on the Forbes list of top 25 richest people all own homes?
They do in my neighborhood
A tiny part, you are so full of it! No one here believes this sh-t! you must be getting weekly wages by the cartels to post this crap!
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or my family..........LOL
But you are wrong on 99 percent of what you say
Prove it then Pedro ?
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Well, just another Legal
student getting the shaft in place of a legal one, at our expense. I almost laughed my ass of reading this crap. The sob stories never seem to end with these people. They've been crying their eyes out all the way to ER, when ill, Social services including food stamp's, Reduced rent. Driving illegally without insurance, so they can say oh sorry sorry, my Dad's a good guy. Go home, apply for legal means to enter. No one feels sorry for these people anymore....
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legal student getting shafted by illegal... correction.

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ima wrote:
<quoted text>A tiny part, you are so full of it! No one here believes this sh-t! you must be getting weekly wages by the cartels to post this crap!
When has the last headless person been found in Vallarta?????
Never..........

When was the last narco shooting here???

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<quoted text>Prove it then Pedro ?
how about a pay for you airfare and you can come on down and see for your self????
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Here Is One wrote:
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even handle unorganized gang bangers so how would they handle narcos that are organized with billions of dollars?
oh no i was talking about México taking action not my country We would demolish them but that is funny cartels are no match for Americas armed forces don't kid yourself. No amnesty go back home and do what you have to do.
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If America didn't have such a high demand for drugs the drug cartel wouldn't be business.

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