DACA People Took the Risk

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DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It is a program advanced by the left that permitted young people brought to the country illegally to legally work.

Now that is one whopper of a self contradiction with illegal and legal in the same sentence! It is the classic “feel sorry for children” argument being used for the 800,000 kids who came to this country illegally working under the table and now demand their rights be protected.

Jill Colvin’s AP article does not mention how many tax payer dollars were spent on emergency room visits etc to help DACA people.

Republican officials from multiple states know that DACA is illegal amnesty. Trump should not cave to irrational liberals. Stick with your campaign promise to deport illegal aliens no matter how old they are.

Choosing to enter USA illegally was a risk DACA parents took. They have to live with the consequences of their decision to enter country illegally.

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  1. Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia(sounds like a MUSLIM name to me), a law professor at Penn State Law and chairwoman of the Center for Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, believes the legality of DACA is incontestable.

    Dr. Traci Blackmon also supports the illegal Dreamers program. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton(Even with the fury of tropical storm Harvey) and clear minded GOP leaders from Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, and Tennessee are resolute enough to discontinue the illegal DACA program.

  2. Rowan Ortega and Jasmina Martinez are two Albuquerque high school students who skipped class to oppose DACA being revoked. Anchor babies were only here due to soft Obama policies on illegal immigrants. They may be your friends girls, but their parents broke the law due to Barack Hussein Obamas unconstitutional law breaking.

    Oh yeah truants, your absence was unexcused!!

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