I mean, really, how can we want to enforce immigration policy when so many U.S. citizens have themselves worked in other countries illegally without papers….oh, wait. That’s not the case. Full story from the AJC.
About 200 people gathered on the steps of the state capitol Thursday to protest immigration raids and deportations. The rally, organized by the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, called for comprehensive immigration reform and an end to the kinds of deportation agreements in effect in Cobb County’s jail. From July through March, Cobb sheriff’s deputies have worked with federal agents to identity and process 1,632 people for deportation.
Sorry, but working and living in the United States is not a right that everyone is entitled to.