America is still the land of oppertunity, so I get it when someone wants to migrate here for a better life. However, there is a right way and a wrong way to do it. Even so I continue to hear the outcry, "He just came here for a better life." Of course, I agree, most immigrates come to the U.S. for a better life. Ever hear anyone say, "I had it so great in my home country, I came to the states to have it worse off."?
Then there's the same old tired sob story, "I.C.E. breaks up families." I'd be a heart-less ass if I were uncompasionate where the children of the deported are concerned. Of course, it's heart breaking to hear that a child is left parentless. They're inocent victims. It's just as sad to hear of children left virtual orphans by selfish parents who murder one another. One dead, the other as good as dead, doing life, or awaiting death. Yet no one blames law inforcement in these cases.
So, why do we blame those who enforce immigration laws? What part of illegal don't you understand?
COME ON, REALLY?