Former Immigrant Child: "I Get It"

Former Immigrant Child: "I Get It"

There are 9 comments on the NBC Connecticut story from Jul 3, 2014, titled Former Immigrant Child: "I Get It". In it, NBC Connecticut reports that:

San Diego woman recalls being left at an Arizona fast-food restaurant when she was 5 years old with her 3-year-old sister Alejandra Ceja-Aguilar spoke with NBC 7's Candice Nguyen about her desire to help those undocumented women and children who arrived in San Diego Tuesday.

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wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Jul 6, 2014
No one cares, get out.

Clearfield, UT

#2 Jul 6, 2014
Who gives a chit...we're all out of phony

Laurinburg, NC

#3 Jul 6, 2014
white people mad about immigration? if i was native this whould be very ironic.

Albuquerque, NM

#5 Jul 7, 2014
I was also an immigrant child many years ago

entered with a valid state dept visa from the US embassy in my birth country
took and passed the naturalization test 6 yrs later

it just didn't seem that hard a process

Seattle, WA

#6 Jul 7, 2014
if it is so wonderful what are you waiting for? put out a welcoming immigration department at the borders and ready to handout papers and temporary hotels and living allowance.
sheepleloveroyal ty

Pottstown, PA

#7 Jul 7, 2014
This women is dead wrong. Her parents were wrong. Her parents should've been charged with child neglect, child abandonment, child endangerment and should've been called out for dumping their responsibility on someone else. They also should've called criminals and quitters.

US citizens are being charged with neglect and abandonment for leaving unattended kids in a car just to go shopping.

Most of these children and families are NOT special. There are plenty of poor or crime ridden areas all over the world where people don't commit CRIME in their own country or someone else's. Just because one is poor does not give them the right to ignore the most basic of parental and adult responsibilities. Or the law especially of a third party country. Sooner or later they will have to work for change. How do the people that remain do it. Sometimes you have to endure or wait things out. Sometimes you literally have to take a stand and fight for change.

All that time and money spent these ILLEGAL immigrants spend on CRIMINAL smuggling couldn't be spent on the resources needed for change and aid in their own country?

At least have the guts to come into the country legally and go through the process thousands go through yearly. But a CRIMINAL entrance does not or should not warrant special treatment to people who are basically ignorant quitters.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#8 Jul 7, 2014

Seattle, WA

#9 Jul 7, 2014
so the mother went on to have more kids after leaving the 2 very young kids? she probably had few more, that's just so cool man.

El Paso, TX

#10 Jul 10, 2014
The sure do love the easy money and welfare handouts!

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