On Staten Island, immigration debate ...

On Staten Island, immigration debate is both personal and political

There are 5 comments on the SILive.com story from Jul 8, 2013, titled On Staten Island, immigration debate is both personal and political. In it, SILive.com reports that:

There is a political component to the immigration debate: Republicans are looking to shore up their number of Hispanic and Asian-American voters, more than 70 percent of whom went Democratic in last year's presidential election.

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Since: Aug 11

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#1 Jul 8, 2013
not many citizens support illegal aliens. usually family or employers,no one wants to reward criminals for crimes well done.

other see citizenship as up for sale as do the supporters of illegal aliens.
Magadala

Gig Harbor, WA

#2 Jul 8, 2013
Nancy Pedro described the "challenges" she faces daily as the mother of "two undocumented children and one citizen."
Even that struggle, Mrs. Pedro said through a translator"

You just can't make this shot up! She and her brood should be deported immediately. Oh, and on the way out, tell the Sri Lankian that getting good grades does not a citizen make. Vamoose! Pathetic!!!! The biggest joke was the people who were holding the signs in Spanish! Haven't they gotten it yet, that's the biggest turn off. Oh well, I guess they just crossed the border.
Brenda besson

United States

#3 Jul 8, 2013
See 2anchors,and she cant speak english,who cares if she is having a hard time,thats what you get for crossing the border,you get a hard time.i think she should pack up and leave,pull those kids right out of school.

“Slightly below above-average”

Since: Jul 10

arguably garrulous

#4 Jul 8, 2013
We have immigration laws now that aren't enforced.

What's going to be different about the new set of immigrations laws that will get me to expect that they will be enforced?

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Since: Dec 07

protect yourself from Liberals

#5 Jul 8, 2013
HangUpAndDrive wrote:
We have immigration laws now that aren't enforced.
What's going to be different about the new set of immigrations laws that will get me to expect that they will be enforced?
maybe we just need to close the borders around Staten Island ?

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