Skip to comments.20-mile 'pilgrimage' on Monday will support immigrant dad facing deportation
Posted on 01/11/2014 7:55:05 AM PST by moonshinner_09
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Friends and supporters of a Perry Township man facing deportation to his native Mexico will hold a 20-mile walk on Monday to draw attention to the issue of immigration -- and, they say, to seek something like a miracle.
Walkers from Greater Cleveland's Latino and Polish communities will be part of the "pilgrimage" from Lake County to St. Casimir Church in Cleveland, where they will pray for the intercession of Our Lady of Czestochowa, the Polish Madonna, in the case of undocumented immigrant Ricardo Ramos.
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I’ve crossed the border into many countries. It did not make me an immigrant.
Hell, it's going to take a lot more than that to get to the Mexican border.
Oh. Maybe they're walking to a bus station.
Oh, and who, exactly, organized this well-timed publicity-stunt?
Don’t think “illegal aliens”, think “Mexican citizens”.
“Friends and supporters of a Mexican citizen living in Perry Township facing deportation to his home country...”
Seriously, if such people admit to wanting open borders, ask them if they think it should be okay for an American billionaire to take all his money and move to another country to avoid paying US taxes, not giving a thin dime to the US government?
I’m a little surprised but impressed by the comments at the site.
I’ve walked 20 miles in one day. It’s a challenge and it takes most of the day but it isn’t particularly newsworthy.
Says he was pulled over for driving without a licence and caught having two illegal jobs. Perhaps he also did not have car insurance as well.
It also says he is NOT being deported, but told he has to deport himself by January 16th.
Today's news typically is GARBAGE.
Make sure the pilgrimage is headed south. Every step would be that much closer to the border.
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