This Illegal Immigrant Is At The Center Of A Court Battle Against The Filibuster

Dec 3, 2012 Full story: Silicon Alley Insider

Erika Andiola is one of the lead plaintiffs in the suit, which claims the filibuster unfairly derailed the DREAM Act.

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Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#1 Dec 3, 2012
""It makes no sense to deport Erika back to Mexico, a country she left as a child,"

It makes alot of sense to me, she's a illegal alien and has no right to be here. If she has a college degree she should do well in Mexico. Unless she does not have any real talent and was just passed through school.

Democrats better think long and hard about getting rid of the filibuster. One day the republicans will be in power and there will be times when democrats will want to filibuster, guess what, it's gone and the democrats will be hating life.
Magadala

Vashon, WA

#2 Dec 4, 2012
Undocumented and unafraid... Now go home!

Illegal aliens are so bold as to feel they have a right to change our government because it doesn't work for them. You can't make the stuff up! First they don't want us to enforce our laws...even though they don't respect them. Now they want us to change our democratic process, because it doesn't suit them!

She would make for a wonderful political activist to change mexico!
Magadala

Vashon, WA

#3 Dec 4, 2012
spytheweb wrote:
""It makes no sense to deport Erika back to Mexico, a country she left as a child,"
It makes alot of sense to me, she's a illegal alien and has no right to be here. If she has a college degree she should do well in Mexico. Unless she does not have any real talent and was just passed through school.
Democrats better think long and hard about getting rid of the filibuster. One day the republicans will be in power and there will be times when democrats will want to filibuster, guess what, it's gone and the democrats will be hating life.
Probably majored in chicano studies. I seriously doubt if this will go anywhere, the filibuster has served both sides! The dems do have to do the window dressing thing of appearing to support this, after all, they owe them...LOL
ronnie

Brigham City, UT

#4 Dec 4, 2012
If you want to continue to set an illegal president for other people in the world to simply break in, enjoy the United States and in the long run, benefits, over thousands trying to do this legally, keep allowing this behavior. It is a slippery slope, that will keep illegals coming in the WRONG way, with ZERO consequence. What an insult to true Americans..Erika needs to be given some consequence and amnesty isn't the answer. It's unfair to everyone else.
WCAmer

San Diego, CA

#5 Dec 4, 2012
Americans, it's time for us to march, to fax, to email, to call our senate and house and demand that our rights be protected and to remind them that we the people will not be silently sold down the river any more and that WE ARE THE 70% (while they pander and kiss a for what they think will be 30% of our voting population).

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