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Re: “Their hunger strike is over. The DREAM of immigration reform continues.

Since these women are so educated, one would think that they would have realized at some point that maybe they should have started their application for legal citizenship long ago. Or own up to the fact that their parents committed a crime by being here illegally and try to rectify the situation by taking the steps and measures needed for legal immigration but instead they just completely diregard the laws because it doesn't suit them. They want citizenship that others have worked hard for and obtained the correct way to just be handed over to them. Seems to be the norm for most. "This is a wonderful country! Oh well, except for the laws that we will continue to refuse to abide by." The article states: "It is certainly not smart, nor-to use an old fashioned word-fair to treat people this way who have done nothing wrong and everything right." What!?! What don't you understand about illegal? They are commmiting a crime!!! Plus receiving healthcare, education and handouts while doing so! And by the way, if my daughter crosses the VA border to go to college, she has to pay out of state tution. Why are these woman crying about having to pay out of state tution FROM ANOTHER COUNTY? I am sick to death of all of these bleeding hearts.

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Posted by ChristieG on 07/02/2010 at 12:52 PM

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