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To: Blue Ink

No wait . . .

So, she’s accused of

1. Endangerment of a child
2. Abandonment of a child
3. Entering the country illegally
4. Working illegally
5. My guess is she had committed other forms of fraud to get her apartment and live here.

Now, in the best interest of the children, you want this felon to have custody.

The first one of these kids that gets sent home and is abused and dies in Mexico, ABC will have a big expose on how the US government failed the child, who is, after all, a US citizen, by sending the child to an abusive or negligent parent.

Then you can come on here and cry, “Something must be done!” Yeah, undo the LAST rule you made up when something HAD to be done. When you break the law, you role the dice. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. If you have something you don’t want to lose, don’t make it a part of the bet.

30 posted on 02/02/2012 12:05:11 PM PST by cizinec ("Brother, your best friend ain't your Momma, it's the Field Artillery.")
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To: cizinec

An American mortgage broker goes to jail for fraud. She’s got no family and her baby goes into the foster care system.

Does the judge sever her parental rights forever? No.

Does her baby get adopted out against her will? Never.

Yet you think it’s okay to hand this woman’s children over forever to strangers because you’re particularly angry that she’s an illegal alien who probably committed all kinds of fraud.

And this isn’t driven by “what’s best for the children.” This is driven by Americans desperate for children gaming the court system.

36 posted on 02/02/2012 1:59:31 PM PST by Blue Ink
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