See, it works.
Nice try at obfuscating the issue (not really, pretty inept actually).
He knowingly broke the rules, but if he gets tossed, the problem isn't that but driving his minivan??? Even deportation isn't "punishment" per se. It's just forced completion of that which he already agreed to do when he got the visa.
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Cuellar-Hernandez will soon be deported back to Mexico. Cuellar-Hernandez is in the country illegally. He was the sole breadwinner for his wife and three U.S.-born children. He has been convicted of using someone elses Social Security number.. In order
to view full story or view our Registration Guide,they want you to sign up.. I can see where this is going.Illegals just seem amazed that laws do apply to them.
Four years of criminal behavior as an illegal alien. And apparently 15 years of semi-criminal behavior before that, since a “tourist visa” is not meant to cover a 15 year stay in this country.
If he is guilty of even ONE overstay of his VISA (let alone a potential multiple of 15 occurrences), he should be imprisoned until his sorry ass can be deported back to where he came from.
We do not need these people, we do not need their skills, we do not need their diversity, we do not need their crime, we do not need their diseases, and we do not need the load they place on the support system we have here for Americans that can’t or won’t work.
We DO NOT NEED THEM!
These are not ‘’immigrants’’. They’re criminals, they broke the law.
Criminal with eight anchors.
You should, you bastard. What part of "you are here illegally" don't you understand?
Now he knows what it’s like to sneak into the Super Bowl without buying a ticket and getting caught.
He spent nearly two weeks in jail for a traffic violation.
No, he spent two weeks in jail for being an illegal alien.
"I've never had any problems before," said Ayala, a Cockeysville resident and grandfather to eight children born in the United States. "I feel trapped."
Cry me a river then swim back across it.
I am continuously ashamed of immigrants making unethical and illegal decisions and then playing it as a moral dilemna for the American public..If he felt he had valid reason for refugee status he should have applied for it, not taken the law into his own hands. Shame on him, he broke the laws of our country and then wants us to feel sorry for him and take mercy. Let him take his deportation like a man or criminal and stop crying about getting caught.
Having real numbers and percentages would be helpful rather than a vague term like "many."
Why didn’t he apply for asylum, if his life was in danger?
Maryland “Freak State” PING!