Separated by law: Families torn apart...

Separated by law: Families torn apart by 1996 immigration measure

There are 11 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Oct 19, 2012, titled Separated by law: Families torn apart by 1996 immigration measure. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

Elisa Xitco, 6, the daughter of U.S. citizen Chris Xitco, stands behind the iron gate protecting her home in Rosarito, Mexico, where she lives with her Mexican mother.

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Funny

De Soto, KS

#1 Oct 20, 2012
Chit happens, live with it!
ILLEGALS SUCK

Burbank, CA

#2 Oct 20, 2012
TOO FKING BAD!!! REUNITE THEIR TRESPASSING AZZES IN MEXIHOLE WHERE THEY BELONGED IN THE FIRST PLACE!!!
Funny

De Soto, KS

#3 Oct 20, 2012
Looks to me like mommy lives in a nice house with a nice car in Mexico. I thought everyone is poor?

The Notorious Rico

“Conservatism is a Disease.”

Since: Nov 11

Lake Los Angeles, CA

#4 Oct 20, 2012
If she was a white European illegal, this would not be an issue.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#5 Oct 20, 2012
So why was the husband not charged for his participation in the crimes? The government needs to start enforcing the law and prosecute those who aid and abet illegal aliens. He should also be charged with conspiracy and fraud.
cute donkeys

Springfield, NJ

#6 Oct 20, 2012
A permanent solution to this problem is needed
cute donkeys

Springfield, NJ

#7 Oct 20, 2012
The Notorious Rico wrote:
If she was a white European illegal, this would not be an issue.
well, superior genes does have its advantages
Zunigan

Claremont, CA

#9 Dec 4, 2012
Does anyone have anything nice to say? Walk in our shoes and then tell me what you think.

I lived in Mexico for almost two years. My husband died there of cancer two years ago. He lived on the USA for over 20 years. Our laws punish them and us the Americans who love them

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#10 Dec 4, 2012
I guess this is something to be thought about before breaking the law. What does the Mexican government think about this?

People who rob banks and deal drugs also must know when the law catches up with them they will be separated from their families, where's the tears for them?

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#11 Dec 4, 2012
The Notorious Rico wrote:
If she was a white European illegal, this would not be an issue.
This is the level Mexicans think on. When you show up at port at a international entry point and a valid passport and visa in hand, you have no problems. If you are a white European (or anybody)without a PP and visa you get booted back to where you came from. I take it you never traveled anywhere or you can't travel anywhere.

Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#12 Dec 4, 2012
Zunigan wrote:
Does anyone have anything nice to say? Walk in our shoes and then tell me what you think.
I lived in Mexico for almost two years. My husband died there of cancer two years ago. He lived on the USA for over 20 years. Our laws punish them and us the Americans who love them
So you are not thankful your husband had 20 years in the US? Just like illegal aliens who want to go to college here are not thankful they received 12 years of free schooling they want to be made US citizens simply because they are here. But they are in reality citizens of another country, here in country with no legal status.

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