I just read that Mexican lawyers are going to try to go after U.S. customs agents for deporting illegals. They say they’re going to fight the deportation orders. Good luck, chums!
Do the Right Thing
Here’s the thing. If you want to be in the U.S., you have to come the right way. You don’t have to become a citizen if (for whatever reason) you don’t want to. You can keep renewing a visa, get a green card, whatever. You can send all your money back home. That stuff doesn’t bother me.
What gets me is the insistence to break the law, and the insistence (by some) to defend the move. These illegals want to have their cake and eat it, too. Nowhere else in the world is this even possible. I can guarantee you that Mexico wouldn’t allow it in their country, so why should we allow it here?!
As for the lawsuits, they’re pure junk. If you’re here illegally, you broke the law. There’s no gray area, no middle ground. If you’re being deported, it’s going to happen no matter what some Mexican lawyer thinks or says. Just like U.S. law doesn’t mean a thing in Mexico. So, this is nothing more than a stunt to rile people up.
by Taukswrait Nao