Deported Mexicans face shattered lives

TIJUANA, Mexico - The towering black gate opens silently to an alley with walls of corrugated metal. Full Story

“Live for today”

Since: Jan 08

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#2 Aug 24, 2008
Just another story about criminals looking for bleeding hearts to drop some tears. If they don’t like being deported, come legal or stay in your own country. Among them are young people. There were more than 18,000 children sent back. Now that’s what I called no child left behind law working for the benefit of American schools. Maybe smaller class rooms now.
NSF3102

Poughkeepsie, NY

#3 Apr 17, 2013
Richard retired US Army wrote:
Just another story about criminals looking for bleeding hearts to drop some tears. If they don’t like being deported, come legal or stay in your own country. Among them are young people. There were more than 18,000 children sent back. Now that’s what I called no child left behind law working for the benefit of American schools. Maybe smaller class rooms now.
I fear for your country if thats the way all of you Americans think. Retired, and yet you have the ignorance of a 10 year old. You might as well have a rock instead of a heart. I mean, Its true, they are here illegally but not all are criminals, and not all came to this country willingly. All the negative treatment these people get is just unnecessary.
Sirius

Querétaro, Mexico

#4 Apr 17, 2013
Why do they go, where they don´t want them?

I admit that it was not until I traveled a little in the USA, that I had the necessary information to make my mind.

But I will never try to be in a place, specifically a country, where they don't want me, and look down on me. I think that would be devastating for self-respect.

(well, assuming this people even know about that)

Sad cases, those recounted in the article. But Mexico is a country of 120 million people, and the overwhelming mayority is not looking through the gate waiting the chance to jump over there.

This article is of 2008.
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#5 Apr 18, 2013
Sirius wrote:
Why do they go, where they don´t want them?
I admit that it was not until I traveled a little in the USA, that I had the necessary information to make my mind.
But I will never try to be in a place, specifically a country, where they don't want me, and look down on me. I think that would be devastating for self-respect.
(well, assuming this people even know about that)
Sad cases, those recounted in the article. But Mexico is a country of 120 million people, and the overwhelming majority is not looking through the gate waiting the chance to jump over there.
This article is of 2008.
People in the USA do not look down on Mexican people that come through the system. My best friends of Mexican decent and born and raised in America have more white friends then they do Hispanic if they are educated and fit into the American system. I am having to do that in Mexico, or I would not have any friends either. People that are better off here look down poorly on the Mexicans that have little and are poor, and more then Americans ever would. Americans have a lot of compassion as evidenced by how thy donate out of their pockets to help people around the world. You know I speak the truth, as I have read it in your posts. You also talk poorly about people that are not from where you live, in your community. Ethnicity that do not fair well educationally, have low paying jobs and live in poor neighborhoods always feel resented. They like to blame their failure and poverty on everyone else. Almost a sense of entitlement. But the wealthy people in Mexico feel an even greater sense of entitlement and believe all the little people owe them something.

America has legalized more Mexican people and for that matter more people from around the world then the largest countries in the world combined. So your statement in my mind rings untrue. The people they do look down on are the people that cross illegally and then get free and better benefits then the people that are citizens. They also do not like criminals from anywhere. Once a person takes it on themselves to cross into another country illegally it makes them a criminal. They should be deported as it is not fair to the people that are doing it the right way. They do treat these people with far more care then illegals found in Mexico or any other country. People in the USA do not beat, tortured, robbed and sold to the highest bidder. They are really given a red carpet treatment as compared to what other countries give them. That is why they choose to break the law. So why all the big fuss?

Blacks have a poor reputation for crime and creating slums and gangs. But it was the Caucasian Americans that truly voted him in. The president is not a criminal. He is respected for what he has accomplished legally and not because of his ethnicity. So that proves what you are saying is utterly false.

There are more people then you can imagine that would like the chance to live in the USA. But many will not do it legally and many do not want to wait for the process as it takes time and work to get citizenship.

In my past neighborhood in Utah the guy that cut everyone's lawns and did their gardens was humble and respectful. He was not using the system, he worked hard and was not protesting in the streets. He made really good money. The only problem is that he was not paying taxes. That is why people need to do it the right way. It would also help to eliminate the many gangs throughout America. the illegals and the criminals are the ones that America looks down on. Not Mexican or other ethnicity doing things the correct way. In fact they are accepted very well from what I have seen and especially if they become solid members of society.

The "KKK" is not liked well by the great percentage of Americans and they are white. So it has nothing to do with ethnicity but rather how you go about things.

Girl with Hairy Arms

Childress, TX

#6 Apr 18, 2013
They need to stay in mexihole it's their country
We do not need any more here
ima- Ilis Myka Ashanti

El Paso, TX

#7 Apr 18, 2013
Concerned wrote:
<quoted text>
People in the USA do not look down on Mexican people that come through the system. My best friends of Mexican decent and born and raised in America have more white friends then they do Hispanic if they are educated and fit into the American system. I am having to do that in Mexico, or I would not have any friends either. People that are better off here look down poorly on the Mexicans that have little and are poor, and more then Americans ever would. Americans have a lot of compassion as evidenced by how thy donate out of their pockets to help people around the world. You know I speak the truth, as I have read it in your posts. You also talk poorly about people that are not from where you live, in your community. Ethnicity that do not fair well educationally, have low paying jobs and live in poor neighborhoods always feel resented. They like to blame their failure and poverty on everyone else. Almost a sense of entitlement. But the wealthy people in Mexico feel an even greater sense of entitlement and believe all the little people owe them something.
America has legalized more Mexican people and for that matter more people from around the world then the largest countries in the world combined. So your statement in my mind rings untrue. The people they do look down on are the people that cross illegally and then get free and better benefits then the people that are citizens. They also do not like criminals from anywhere. Once a person takes it on themselves to cross into another country illegally it makes them a criminal. They should be deported as it is not fair to the people that are doing it the right way. They do treat these people with far more care then illegals found in Mexico or any other country. People in the USA do not beat, tortured, robbed and sold to the highest bidder. They are really given a red carpet treatment as compared to what other countries give them. That is why they choose to break the law. So why all the big fuss?
Blacks have a poor reputation for crime and creating slums and gangs. But it was the Caucasian Americans that truly voted him in. The president is not a criminal. He is respected for what he has accomplished legally and not because of his ethnicity. So that proves what you are saying is utterly false.
There are more people then you can imagine that would like the chance to live in the USA. But many will not do it legally and many do not want to wait for the process as it takes time and work to get citizenship.
In my past neighborhood in Utah the guy that cut everyone's lawns and did their gardens was humble and respectful. He was not using the system, he worked hard and was not protesting in the streets. He made really good money. The only problem is that he was not paying taxes. That is why people need to do it the right way. It would also help to eliminate the many gangs throughout America. the illegals and the criminals are the ones that America looks down on. Not Mexican or other ethnicity doing things the correct way. In fact they are accepted very well from what I have seen and especially if they become solid members of society.
The "KKK" is not liked well by the great percentage of Americans and they are white. So it has nothing to do with ethnicity but rather how you go about things.
THANK YOU, Concerned.....for understanding EXACTLY the way Americans truly think about ANY ILLEGALS that are here only to defraud our system. Of course, you are American and therefore think as we do, even though you live in Mexico you know exactly how we think and you are absolutely right. You're right in saying we are a compassionate people, yes we don't want to see anyone go hungry or lack medication, etc. especially our own citizens which is why we tax payers expect they be taken care of IN TIME OF NEED with OUR TAXES and taxes those citizens have paid into the system themselves.
ima- Ilis Myka Ashanti

El Paso, TX

#8 Apr 18, 2013
And it's people like Juan from Pearland Tx. that really irk everyone with his arrogance claiming he deserves this and that BECAUSE HE IS AS AMERICAN AS THE REST OF US, BS! then bragging he pays no income tax, because he can't afford to! the Us is full of juans like this one, they're just not coming forward to legalize themselves because THEY OW TOO MANY TAXES!
mztza

Mesa, AZ

#9 May 15, 2013
Concerned wrote:
<quoted text>
People in the USA do not look down on Mexican people that come through the system. My best friends of Mexican decent and born and raised in America have more white friends then they do Hispanic if they are educated and fit into the American system. I am having to do that in Mexico, or I would not have any friends either. People that are better off here look down poorly on the Mexicans that have little and are poor, and more then Americans ever would. Americans have a lot of compassion as evidenced by how thy donate out of their pockets to help people around the world. You know I speak the truth, as I have read it in your posts. You also talk poorly about people that are not from where you live, in your community. Ethnicity that do not fair well educationally, have low paying jobs and live in poor neighborhoods always feel resented. They like to blame their failure and poverty on everyone else. Almost a sense of entitlement. But the wealthy people in Mexico feel an even greater sense of entitlement and believe all the little people owe them something.
America has legalized more Mexican people and for that matter more people from around the world then the largest countries in the world combined. So your statement in my mind rings untrue. The people they do look down on are the people that cross illegally and then get free and better benefits then the people that are citizens. They also do not like criminals from anywhere. Once a person takes it on themselves to cross into another country illegally it makes them a criminal. They should be deported as it is not fair to the people that are doing it the right way. They do treat these people with far more care then illegals found in Mexico or any other country. People in the USA do not beat, tortured, robbed and sold to the highest bidder. They are really given a red carpet treatment as compared to what other countries give them. That is why they choose to break the law. So why all the big fuss?
Blacks have a poor reputation for crime and creating slums and gangs. But it was the Caucasian Americans that truly voted him in. The president is not a criminal. He is respected for what he has accomplished legally and not because of his ethnicity. So that proves what you are saying is utterly false.
There are more people then you can imagine that would like the chance to live in the USA. But many will not do it legally and many do not want to wait for the process as it takes time and work to get citizenship.
In my past neighborhood in Utah the guy that cut everyone's lawns and did their gardens was humble and respectful. He was not using the system, he worked hard and was not protesting in the streets. He made really good money. The only problem is that he was not paying taxes. That is why people need to do it the right way. It would also help to eliminate the many gangs throughout America. the illegals and the criminals are the ones that America looks down on. Not Mexican or other ethnicity doing things the correct way. In fact they are accepted very well from what I have seen and especially if they become solid members of society.
The "KKK" is not liked well by the great percentage of Americans and they are white. So it has nothing to do with ethnicity but rather how you go about things.
bravo !!!!
i applaud you,

“a smile for my friends”

Since: Jul 07

rochester, n. y.

#10 May 15, 2013
NSF3102 wrote:
<quoted text>
I fear for your country if thats the way all of you Americans think. Retired, and yet you have the ignorance of a 10 year old. You might as well have a rock instead of a heart. I mean, Its true, they are here illegally but not all are criminals, and not all came to this country willingly. All the negative treatment these people get is just unnecessary.
If they are here ilegaly then they ARE crimminals! Wich makes youre entire argument moot.
lolol

Albuquerque, NM

#11 May 15, 2013
they should have stayed home, they uprooted their own lives, no one in the US forced them to sneak across the border and break the law.

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