And if you enter at a legal point of entry, in full accordance with our immigration laws, you should not be separated from your children. But thousands were. They are the crisis on our southern border. Most people here illegally just overstayed a legal visa, because it is too hard to get another one the next year and work the seasonal job that they are good at. More strict immigration laws just mean more people come to the I tried to be a good girl but then the Bonfire was lit and there was Captain Morgan shirt and stay and become illegal. Relax the laws on temporary work visas and people will come for the harvest season (or fishing or whatever ) then go home. Viola fewer illegals.
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My position about the Planet is as follows. You should get a passport as soon as you are born. Your criminal record, your driver’s license should all be part of your Passport. Anyone born on the planet earth should be able to wander the globe/ always abide by the laws of the country you wander to. Never take advantage of the benefits unless you qualify. everyone and anyone should be free to wander, work, and be a productive visitor we are all visitors on this planet. Nothing is ours. NOTHING. so if you choose to be a crook, hoodlum, gangster, I tried to be a good girl but then the Bonfire was lit and there was Captain Morgan shirt or get into ANY trouble with the law..you go back to your country and your passport to freedom is Revoked forever. The planet was made for all HUMANS..the Air, the Water, the Soil was intended for ALL HUMANS. the problems arose when the first People said THIS IS MINE.
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Eric Pease legal and illegal is in the eyes of the lawmaker. When my great grandparents arrived they were legal – simply because they arrived. Sorta like the Mariel Boat caravan. The laws keep changing and they are different for different groups. But surrendering at the border and seeking asylum is still legal. But being separated from your children and never seeing them again is just plain cruel. What kind of civilized country does that? I can try to make it simpler if you’d like. Read slowly. We separated families at the border who had broken no laws. They came to legal points of entry to request asylum. Children were separated from their parents there, even though neither parents nor children had broken any laws. There are thousands of them now waiting in internment camps. The ACLU and other groups are now trying to reunite families, but good records were not kept at the time of separation, so reunification will be difficult in many cases. Is there anything you still don’t understand? If so, I can try to use smaller words.