For many immigrant families, deportat...

For many immigrant families, deportation forces agonizing decision

There are 9 comments on the www.app.com story from May 10, 2009, titled For many immigrant families, deportation forces agonizing decision. In it, www.app.com reports that:

Diana and Ana Ramirez don't know how much time they have with their mother. Carmen Irineo, 38, is fighting deportation.

Immigrant families face agonizing decision. Here we have a story of a 38 year old fighting deportation.Her husband was all ready deported. Children should not be used as a shield to stop deportation........Tim

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“The End Of America Coming Soon”

Level 4

Since: Dec 07

Welfare State

#2 May 10, 2009
Oh boo hoo! Yet another sob story of lawbreakers trying to garner sympathy and using the plight of their children to get their way.
Finster

Lewisville, TX

#3 May 10, 2009
From the article-

The study by Pew, a nonpartisan research organization, estimated that 11.9 million illegal immigrants lived in the U.S. in March 2008. Roughly three out of four of their children -- about 4 million -- were born in the U.S. In 2003, 2.7 million children of illegal immigrants, or 63 percent, were born in this country.
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Immigrant couples are more likely to have children than U.S. citizens, 47 percent of unauthorized households compared with 35 percent of legal immigrants and 21 percent of U.S.-born households.

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THIS is why it is impossible to have anything but SCORN for these illegal humans.

"Immigrants" my pale hairy butt! I think the correct word here is "THIEVES"!

Nothing but nasty filthy vermin who snuck over here and plopped out as many spawn as they could to get the GRATIS- and now are howling for sympathy when FINALLY caught and are facing removal.

Facing removal.. they should have been catapulted back across the border as soon as they were detected.

When not weeping for pity- they are angry violent bits of dog turds marching and shouting for their "rights"--

Those children should NOT be American citizens.
They are just as much Mexillegals as their parents and they should be forced to join their illegal human scumbag familia in their OWN country.

Shout for their rights over there!
Carol

Fort Smith, AR

#4 May 10, 2009
Remember that agonizing decision to steal into the US illegally and then the one where you just happened to find an ID and used it even though you didnt know whos it was....(says you)....Well now you have another agonizing decision. Enjoy!!

“SUPPORTING FREE SPEECH”

Since: Jul 08

United States

#5 May 10, 2009
If I rob a bank and I am caught 15 years after the fact, do the authorities give me a break and forget I committed this crime because I have young children at home who will be left without a parent if I go to prison?

Heck, if they told me I could go to Mexico or another country with my kids to avoid the sentence, I would be gone in less than 60 seconds.

They should do the same

Since: Dec 06

Chicago IL

#8 May 10, 2009
There has been many of these forums on the news wire.Just a way for sympathy on Mothers day weekend....Tim

“Assimilate & Speak English!”

Level 6

Since: Jan 07

Lansing, IL - now: Pomp Bch FL

#9 May 10, 2009
What? How long they have with their mother? Is she dying? If not, then, as long as she's a good, caring mother, they have a long time with her -- certainly until she dies -- as she would take them with her when she's deported.

That's a silly article. Makes no sense. Personal responsibility, people! These illegal aliens need to be made to take personal responsibility for their actions, as well as the consequences of same.
mr intolerant

Ossining, NY

#10 May 10, 2009
Adios muchachos!!!

please take a jew with you as a parting gift.

“Dark Miner”

Level 1

Since: Jun 07

all towns

#11 May 11, 2009
Oh poor illegal criminal,maybe we should give her and her honest hardworking husband amnesty,maybe they should call obammy and see if he can help.That's right he's already in office,maybe next election.ha ha ha ha ha roflmao
shine4me

Fremont, CA

#12 May 11, 2009
OmarsWay wrote:
If I rob a bank and I am caught 15 years after the fact, do the authorities give me a break and forget I committed this crime because I have young children at home who will be left without a parent if I go to prison?
Heck, if they told me I could go to Mexico or another country with my kids to avoid the sentence, I would be gone in less than 60 seconds.
They should do the same
Actually, why wait 15 years to rob another bank. If you aren't going to get in trouble for that, just have a s^^t-load more kids and rob some more banks!!!!

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