Well lets be honest. Those crossing the borders broke the law first.
Obama's pandering to illegal immigrant children is what caused this mess.
I'm sure if you asked those people if the felt the same way about any color of person who comes into the US illegally
Like I said this is about legal vs. illegal immigration.
or is this an example of racism?
Do you have a picture of White ungrateful assholes?
Thanks for the best laugh for today.
The message we want to get across is that conservative equals racist.
Australia’s Immigration Policy Comes Under Fire from UN
There’s nothing pleasant about a country enforcing border control; it means turning back desperate people, often to places where they will continue to suffer. However, countries do have the sovereign right and responsibility to regulate their borders. Given the ongoing humanitarian crisis on our own borders, that’s a lesson that the Obama Administration should take to heart as well.
These people are demanding that the law be broken (which says these kids need to be processed and treated fairly until they get a hearing). That kind of undercuts their message.
Obama created it and you expect the people to take it. What a tool.
Together, Cloward-Piven developed what has become known as the Cloward-Piven Strategy, outlined in 1966 and calling for the overloading of the U. S. public welfare system in order to precipitate crises that were beyond the ability of government bureaucracies to manage. It would, in other words, cause the collapse of the U. S. government and lead to the creation of a national welfare state paid for through onerous taxation imposed upon working Americans. Cloward-Piven supposed that this could be the result of forcing the Democratic Party (which in 1966 controlled both houses of Congress and the presidency) to federalize all poverty based programs. Now of course, this is very close to what Lyndon Johnson foresaw in his now infamous Great Society scam ... which Americans are still struggling to pay for today. In The Weight of the Poor, Cloward-Piven wrote, “The ultimate objective of this strategy —to wipe out poverty by establishing a guaranteed annual income—will be questioned by some. Because the ideal of individual social and economic mobility has deep roots, even activists seem reluctant to call for national programs to eliminate poverty by the outright redistribution of income.”