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Deportations create dilemma for families with young U.S. citizens

October 22nd, 2008 . by TexasFred

Deportations create dilemma for families with young U.S. citizens

It’s at bedtime that Jorge Barraza misses his father most. The 5-year-old, clutching two stuffed animals, is dressed in pajamas and a felt cowboy hat just like his dad’s. But such comforts don’t make up for the absence of Juan Carlos Barraza, a Mexican migrant repatriated to his old hometown.

“He’s really in Mexico. By himself,” Jorge says in English. “We went to visit him, and the first night I wanted to get home.”

Jorge, who lives in Mesquite with his mother, is one of nearly 3.5 million children in the U.S. caught in the middle of the national debate about illegal immigration – born in this country to a parent who is an illegal immigrant.

Amid the biggest wave of repatriations and deportations in decades, these children are being pulled in two directions – a situation that the U.S. government blames on the parents.

“The responsibility of these decisions rests with the parents, not with ICE,” says Carl Rusnok of U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement.

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Deportations create dilemma for families with young U.S. citizens

Here’s another one of those ‘Oh the poor undocumented migrant’ BS stories from the Dallas Morning News and their head wetback lover in chief, Dianne Solis. The *poor pitiful immigrant* routine is getting very old, very fast Dianne, your bias is showing.

Lets just call em what they really are, ANCHOR babies… And yeah, it’s sad, the kids have NO choice, but this nation is being USED and ABUSED by it’s own system, the 14th amendment.

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

As some of the readers comments on the DMN pointed out, the 14th was put into place as a tool to address the “Birthright” of the children of slaves, and rightfully so. Former slaves were brought here against their will, the ILLEGAL invaders are here because they can milk the USA for all it’s worth, the 14th Amendment is being used, USED by God, to bring a whole new breed of citizen to the USA, the anchor baby and it’s ILLEGAL parent(s).

When ILLEGAL was redefined to mean *undocumented*, and when people like George Bush, Kay Bailey Hutchison, John McCain, Teddy Kennedy and the like all started pushing the *amnesty* thing on us, right then is when it ALL should have been nipped in the bud, we stopped the amnesty push but we didn’t address the *anchor baby* issue…

The children are victims, I agree, it’s through NO fault of their own. Their parents, on the other hand, are playing a huge part IN that victimization…

If Mom and Dad are illegals then the child should be considered illegal as well, NO MORE ANCHOR BABIES!! Deport them all if both parents are ILLEGAL or deport the ILLEGAL party if only 1 parent is here illegally. They should have considered the possibilities and the consequences before hand!

And I am fairly certain there will be some bleeding heart libbers that read this and will have tacky comments to make on their nothing little blogs and journals, but that’s OK, at least for now we’re still getting some of these WETBACKS out of the USA, and before the moonbats in Lbberville even start, WETBACK is NOT a race, it’s a statement of fact, deal with it!

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8 Responses to “Deportations create dilemma for families with young U.S. citizens”

  1. comment number 1 by: Kate

    Ya won’t get any argument from me. It’s past time that the PC BS go back under the rock, with the dirt and slime, where it belongs.

    The parents made a choice. There are consequences for that choice. Being separated from your kids is just one of the consequences. You break the law, you pay. No different than a bank robber or drug dealer. Should we allow those lawbreakers to roam the streets free, just because they’ve got kids? Nope. And we shouldn’t allow the ‘invaders’ free roam either!

  2. comment number 2 by: ChicagoRay

    “a situation that the U.S. government blames on the parents.” Excuse me Uncle Sam, I beg your pardon? You’re the ones that left the g** damn door open for these people, so sadly they were lured here in a way by your long standing wink wink nod nod bullspit. .Sorry Pedro, that’s where my sympathy ends. Those days are long gone from here on out, so hit the road as Mehico (sic I know , it’s a joke) awaits.

    Don’t create the jobs, they won’t come.

  3. comment number 3 by: Bloviating Zeppelin

    Michael Savage is one of the worst messengers, but his message is spot on: BORDERS, language, culture.

    One of the law enforcement magazines I subscribe to actually has an editor with sufficient BALLS to WRITE that illegal immigration needs to STOP and that the borders need to be SECURE. Amazing.

    One bright spot? The economy is helping to stem the tide of illegal invaders.


  4. comment number 4 by: Patrick Sperry

    The parents screwed up and the kids have to deal with it? So what? If you go out and rob a store and get caught you go to prison, and the kids get to deal with that. Same thing in my book. These people are not political refugees, and they didn’t bother to go through the hoops to get here with legal paper. So? Pay the price, period.

  5. comment number 5 by: Malinda777

    Obama is so ready to “spread my wealth AND YOURS”! Here’s a GREAT WAY TO SPEND MY TAX DOLLARS…

    “Repatriate” the kids BACK HOME with Mommy & Daddy? When they are old enough to appreciate their American citizenship, they can come back across the line legally!

  6. comment number 6 by: Katie

    In the 1980’s Ronald Reagan was wrong. He shouldn’t have given the first amnesty. He swore it would be a one time only thing. Then in the 1990’s Clinton did the second amnesty. He lied. He said it was the last time it would be given. Obama will give another amnesty if elected. And will do so every year.

    When Reagan gave amnesty there were 2 million illegals in the US.
    When Clinton gave amnesty there were 6 million illegals in the US.
    Today there are 12 million illegals in the US.

  7. comment number 7 by: BobF

    Awwww, the poor kid is missing his daddy who came here illegally. What about the kid who’s father or mother is serving in the military? Military personnel have been stationed overseas for decades without their families on remote tours. Our GI have fought wars while their babies were being born and growing up.

    Until the 14th Amendment gets changed, we’re going to have this problem as the government won’t secure the borders. No matter who wins the election, we know it won’t be secured for another 4 years.

    Speaking of illegals and the border. I just saw on the news that a sheriff in Texas is tired of his deputies being shot at by Mexican drug cartel’s and has issued his men automatic weapons with orders to shoot back. It’s too bad Bush didn’t do the same when he sent Guardsmen to the border to “observe”.

  8. comment number 8 by: StormWarning

    Actually Katie, its now almost 14 million according to “certain” sources.