El Paso Detention Center 'Infiltrated...

El Paso Detention Center 'Infiltrated' By Activists

There are 26 comments on the The Huffington Post story from Dec 10, 2013, titled El Paso Detention Center 'Infiltrated' By Activists. In it, The Huffington Post reports that:

APRIL 01: Low sunlight gleams on city of El Paso, El Paso, Texas Santiago Garcia, a 23-year-old undocumented activist, voluntarily submitted to detention in order to observe the inner workings of El Paso Detention Center.

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Rolling Papers

El Paso, TX

#1 Dec 10, 2013
They were looking for grass.
Kifex

El Paso, TX

#2 Dec 10, 2013
Rolling Papers wrote:
They were looking for grass.
It was probably mr ds gay fireman son.
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Dec 10, 2013
Good fir him.
Analyst

United States

#4 Dec 10, 2013
This is another effort to subvert the purpose of U.S. asylum law. This activist's picture should be posted in every detention camp and Border Patrol office and he should be treated like your ordinary subversive enemy agent. He should get some time to serve here, then delivered to Mexican authorities to serve the rest of his time in a Mexican jail.

Most of those claiming "political" asylum in the U.S. have no more political clout than your average ignominious peasant. Only those who are considered a threat to the status quo to oppressive regimes are persecuted by those regimes. They are usually the only ones that can document official oppression with numerous newspaper articles and other documentary evidence required by law to prove persecution for political beliefs.

Another requirement for asylum that has been abused by the Obama administration is asylum granted to persons from a country with which we have diplomatic relations. If there is abuse or oppression in such a country, the first thing we should do is suspend diplomatic relations with that country to try to solve the issue.

Most truly politically persecuted people who could qualify for asylum would never apply. They prefer to stay and fight. Nelson Mandela is a perfect example.

However, Obama himself s one of the biggest abusers of the asylum laws. He has an aunt who has been granted asylum and she is nothing more than another economic refugee that failed to make it in Kenya. Obama also has an uncle who is currently under deportation proceedings, but don't bet on him ever being sent back to Kenya.
Wrong Way Driver

United States

#5 Dec 11, 2013
That's a bunch of baloney. Nothing but sour grapes. Because the young activist is making an assof the US.hahahahah vi.va la raza
spud

Reading, PA

#6 Dec 11, 2013
In other words, this criminal activist, who belongs incarcerated, is saying that Obamas attempts to undermine our immigration laws isn't going far enough. It seems to be an intentional attempt by Obama, via Holder in many case, to blur and confuse the lines of enforcement so as to prevent enforcement.
SJM

El Paso, TX

#7 Dec 11, 2013
Analyst wrote:
This is another effort to subvert the purpose of U.S. asylum law. This activist's picture should be posted in every detention camp and Border Patrol office and he should be treated like your ordinary subversive enemy agent. He should get some time to serve here, then delivered to Mexican authorities to serve the rest of his time in a Mexican jail.
Most of those claiming "political" asylum in the U.S. have no more political clout than your average ignominious peasant. Only those who are considered a threat to the status quo to oppressive regimes are persecuted by those regimes. They are usually the only ones that can document official oppression with numerous newspaper articles and other documentary evidence required by law to prove persecution for political beliefs.
Another requirement for asylum that has been abused by the Obama administration is asylum granted to persons from a country with which we have diplomatic relations. If there is abuse or oppression in such a country, the first thing we should do is suspend diplomatic relations with that country to try to solve the issue.
Most truly politically persecuted people who could qualify for asylum would never apply. They prefer to stay and fight. Nelson Mandela is a perfect example.
However, Obama himself s one of the biggest abusers of the asylum laws. He has an aunt who has been granted asylum and she is nothing more than another economic refugee that failed to make it in Kenya. Obama also has an uncle who is currently under deportation proceedings, but don't bet on him ever being sent back to Kenya.
Here's what the president says in response:

When I took office, the American auto industry – the heartbeat of American manufacturing – was on the verge of collapse. Two of the Big Three – GM and Chrysler – were on the brink of failure, threatening to take suppliers, distributors and entire communities down with them. In the midst of what was already the worst recession since the Great Depression, another one million Americans were in danger of losing their jobs.

As President, I refused to let that happen. I refused to walk away from American workers and an iconic American industry. But in exchange for rescuing and retooling GM and Chrysler with taxpayer dollars, we demanded responsibility and results. In 2011, we marked the end of an important chapter as Chrysler repaid every dime and more of what it owed the American taxpayers from the investment we made under my Administration’s watch. Today, we’re closing the book by selling the remaining shares of the federal government’s investment in General Motors. GM has now repaid every taxpayer dollar my Administration committed to its rescue, plus billions invested by the previous Administration.

Less than five years later, each of the Big Three automakers is now strong enough to stand on its own. They’re profitable for the first time in nearly a decade. The industry has added more than 372,000 new jobs – its strongest growth since the 1990s. Thanks to the workers on our assembly lines, some of the most high-tech, fuel-efficient cars in the world are once again designed, engineered, and built right here in America – and the rest of the world is buying more of them than ever before.
JCCD

United States

#8 Dec 11, 2013
Wrong Way Driver wrote:
That's a bunch of baloney. Nothing but sour grapes. Because the young activist is making an assof the US.hahahahah vi.va la raza
What's da matter with you, did some mexicant vendido put his chorizo up your white trash pocho culo?
Analyst

United States

#9 Dec 11, 2013
SJM wrote:
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Here's what the president says in response:
When I took office, the American auto industry – the heartbeat of American manufacturing – was on the verge of collapse. Two of the Big Three – GM and Chrysler – were on the brink of failure, threatening to take suppliers, distributors and entire communities down with them. In the midst of what was already the worst recession since the Great Depression, another one million Americans were in danger of losing their jobs.
As President, I refused to let that happen. I refused to walk away from American workers and an iconic American industry. But in exchange for rescuing and retooling GM and Chrysler with taxpayer dollars, we demanded responsibility and results. In 2011, we marked the end of an important chapter as Chrysler repaid every dime and more of what it owed the American taxpayers from the investment we made under my Administration’s watch. Today, we’re closing the book by selling the remaining shares of the federal government’s investment in General Motors. GM has now repaid every taxpayer dollar my Administration committed to its rescue, plus billions invested by the previous Administration.
Less than five years later, each of the Big Three automakers is now strong enough to stand on its own. They’re profitable for the first time in nearly a decade. The industry has added more than 372,000 new jobs – its strongest growth since the 1990s. Thanks to the workers on our assembly lines, some of the most high-tech, fuel-efficient cars in the world are once again designed, engineered, and built right here in America – and the rest of the world is buying more of them than ever before.
Why don't you two use your real names when copying and pasting and apologizing for Obama? JWRussell/Weesa would do just fine to let us know that you are backers of Obama because you are of the same race, and for no logical reason.

Anybody with any sense is not going to listen to anything Obama says, much less copy and paste it hoping to dupe someone with an IQ above the level of a moron. He has about as much credibility as his idol and fellow Marxist, Vladimir Putin.

Neither of you two pathological liars, nor your idol Obama, have anything to say "in response" to the subject of this thread. What you copied and pasted has no bearing on the topic. You two short-circuited-memory tweakers need to get off the bong, learn to concentrate and then address the topic of discussion.

Now try it again. What do you two think of Obama aiding, abetting and harboring his relatives from Kenya in violation of U.S. Immigration laws and positing it all under the guise of "asylum?"
lower valley dave

El Paso, TX

#10 Dec 11, 2013
Analyst wrote:
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Why don't you two use your real names when copying and pasting and apologizing for Obama? JWRussell/Weesa would do just fine to let us know that you are backers of Obama because you are of the same race, and for no logical reason.
Anybody with any sense is not going to listen to anything Obama says, much less copy and paste it hoping to dupe someone with an IQ above the level of a moron. He has about as much credibility as his idol and fellow Marxist, Vladimir Putin.
Neither of you two pathological liars, nor your idol Obama, have anything to say "in response" to the subject of this thread. What you copied and pasted has no bearing on the topic. You two short-circuited-memory tweakers need to get off the bong, learn to concentrate and then address the topic of discussion.
Now try it again. What do you two think of Obama aiding, abetting and harboring his relatives from Kenya in violation of U.S. Immigration laws and positing it all under the guise of "asylum?"
Why don't you use your real name you joto.
Analyst

El Paso, TX

#11 Dec 11, 2013
lower valley dave wrote:
<quoted text>Why don't you use your real name you joto.
Hell, it's a free country. I can use any damn name I like but it's still always me. So why don't you kiss a rabbit between the ears and leave the talk in here to grown ups who can refrain from making insults with every post? You sound like a damned fool and quite wet behind the ears too.
lower valley dave

El Paso, TX

#12 Dec 11, 2013
Analyst wrote:
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Hell, it's a free country. I can use any damn name I like but it's still always me. So why don't you kiss a rabbit between the ears and leave the talk in here to grown ups who can refrain from making insults with every post? You sound like a damned fool and quite wet behind the ears too.
What grown ups you crying sac of rabbitshit? All this talk about rabbits, you must have a hairy snatch.
Analyst

El Paso, TX

#13 Dec 11, 2013
lower valley dave wrote:
<quoted text>What grown ups you crying sac of rabbitshit? All this talk about rabbits, you must have a hairy snatch.
Like hell. I have a pecker and quite a nice one at that, per my wife. People like you simply can't stand up to my superior intellect so you engage in tomfoolery and ballyhoo to compensate. I, on the other hand, always speak the truth. That's why everyone in here is sucking my kneecaps, except my wife who sucks my big, fat dong when she visits.
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#14 Dec 11, 2013
Analyst wrote:
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Like hell. I have a pecker and quite a nice one at that, per my wife. People like you simply can't stand up to my superior intellect so you engage in tomfoolery and ballyhoo to compensate. I, on the other hand, always speak the truth. That's why everyone in here is sucking my kneecaps, except my wife who sucks my big, fat dong when she visits.
oh see she cant even live with you.
Analyst

El Paso, TX

#15 Dec 11, 2013
wild child wrote:
<quoted text>oh see she cant even live with you.
We've found that our relationship works best if she stays somewhere else. She has many paramours and I don't care to know whom she crawls into bed with. But it allows me my freedom too which I take advantage all day and all damn night. For instance, I can romp around my house butt naked if I want and nobody will complain. I can fart all over the place too and not have anyone yelling at me. Mostly it allows me to pursue my true passion, reading the greats of literature so I have witty quotes and obscure facts so share in places like this, which leaves people in awe of my intellect. But she comes for a visit now and them and I drill her six ways to sunset.
Yankee Doodle Garcia

El Paso, TX

#16 Dec 11, 2013
Analyst wrote:
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We've found that our relationship works best if she stays somewhere else. She has many paramours and I don't care to know whom she crawls into bed with. But it allows me my freedom too which I take advantage all day and all damn night. For instance, I can romp around my house butt naked if I want and nobody will complain. I can fart all over the place too and not have anyone yelling at me. Mostly it allows me to pursue my true passion, reading the greats of literature so I have witty quotes and obscure facts so share in places like this, which leaves people in awe of my intellect. But she comes for a visit now and them and I drill her sixset.
Why don't you analize that pecker you have in your culo
ronnie

Brigham City, UT

#18 Dec 12, 2013
Analyst wrote:
This is another effort to subvert the purpose of U.S. asylum law. This activist's picture should be posted in every detention camp and Border Patrol office and he should be treated like your ordinary subversive enemy agent. He should get some time to serve here, then delivered to Mexican authorities to serve the rest of his time in a Mexican jail.
Most of those claiming "political" asylum in the U.S. have no more political clout than your average ignominious peasant. Only those who are considered a threat to the status quo to oppressive regimes are persecuted by those regimes. They are usually the only ones that can document official oppression with numerous newspaper articles and other documentary evidence required by law to prove persecution for political beliefs.
Another requirement for asylum that has been abused by the Obama administration is asylum granted to persons from a country with which we have diplomatic relations. If there is abuse or oppression in such a country, the first thing we should do is suspend diplomatic relations with that country to try to solve the issue.
Most truly politically persecuted people who could qualify for asylum would never apply. They prefer to stay and fight. Nelson Mandela is a perfect example.
However, Obama himself s one of the biggest abusers of the asylum laws. He has an aunt who has been granted asylum and she is nothing more than another economic refugee that failed to make it in Kenya. Obama also has an uncle who is currently under deportation proceedings, but don't bet on him ever being sent back to Kenya.
Yes it might also help to get our Special Forces Ops. back here in this Country to finally start the eradication this plague.
spud

Reading, PA

#19 Dec 13, 2013
Santiago Garcia breaks INTO prison and we're supposed to have sympathy for him? He's not the type of person I would give any credibility to. Our idiotic media tries to turn this into a crusade but in reality it is just a lawbreakers stupid stunt designed to undermine our laws.
Wong Way Driver

United States

#20 Dec 13, 2013
spud wrote:
Santiago Garcia breaks INTO prison and we're supposed to have sympathy for him? He's not the type of person I would give any credibility to. Our idiotic media tries to turn this into a crusade but in reality it is just a lawbreakers stupid stunt designed to undermine our laws.
What part of. activist don't you understand? You stupidMonkey
spud

Reading, PA

#21 Dec 13, 2013
Wong Way Driver wrote:
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What part of. activist don't you understand? You stupidMonkey
What part of buffoon don't you understand?

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