Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Deporting the sob story

Today is the day. After countless sob stories about the "hardworking" Diaz family today is the day. (NOTE: By being "hardworking" they are simply breaking more laws) Finally justice will be served and the criminal will be deported by midnight tonight. I hope that an American who is looking for work gets the now vacant job.

Who will be the next illegal alien that the Fishwrapper will hold up to make us feel guilty for enforcing our laws? Perhaps they can find someone from the Mail Tribune's "felony arrests" section. After all, three out of the eight are illegal aliens...

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

super we have set the bar on these criminals, too bad for every one we deport two slip in under the bar

Anonymous said...

What are you even talking about? Criminal??? They came here and applied for political assylum. Their request has been denied and they are leaving back to Guatemala. You are a f*ucking idiot. You ARE as down syndrom in the head as Ron Saxton looks in the face.

bjdorr said...

"Na-na-na-naa... Na-na-na-naaa. Heyyy-ey-ey, Goodbye!"

Anonymous said...

Goodbye illegal alien criminals...don't come back ever, you job thieves!!!

Now if we can only get the rest of these job thieves deported and revoke the phony, so-called citizenship of these anchor babies who are illegal aliens and NOT U.S. citizens and deport these illegal alien anchor babies and bar these criminals permanently from this country...then our quality of life will definitely improve and our crime rate will go down to 10% of what it is now.

Illegal aliens, especially from Mexico and Central America, bring CRIME and DISEASE with them when these criminals illegally invade our country to sell drugs, steal our good-paying jobs, or to get on welfare and food stamps, etc. as these criminals are way too lazy to work or their countries would be in great shape.

Also the authors of the 14th Amendment in 1866 SAID that automatic U.S. citizenship at birth did not include children of foreigners who are born in the U.S. and that ONLY the children of U.S. citizens are automatic U.S. citizens at birth.

So much for the myth that illegal alien anchor babies are U.S. citizens...they are instead, citizens of their parents home country and NOT of the U.S.

Anonymous said...

3 down 19,999,997 to go.

Bryan Saxton said...

Anon 4:25-

14 Amendment

Section. 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside...

Anonymous said...

The 14th Amendment only covers those subject to US jurisdiction. Illegal immigrants are not.

You lose.

Daniel said...

"You ARE as down syndrom in the head as Ron Saxton looks in the face."

When you accuse people of having a brain disease it may help your cause to use correct spelling and grammar. And you are incorrect, the father came and applied for asylum but the mother came here illegaly. Try reading the story.

Bryan, "subject to the jurisdiction thereof", is the key sentence. Illegal aliens are not subject to our jurisdiction. And regardless, if I move my kids move with me. If a parent gets deported the kids move with the parent.

Anonymous said...

I was driving down the freeway yesterday when I saw this middle-aged, semi-attractive blonde woman driving a 10 year old Cadillac. In the passenger seat, fully reclined, was some big, fat, really ugly hispanic dude. If that isn't a visual metaphor, nothing is.

Bryan Saxton said...

Daniel,

Wrong. Being born here is what subjects you to juristiction. Their children are legal, even though they are not.

Anonymous said...

I disagree bryan saxton. How can someone be under our jurisdiction if they didn't belong here in the first place, i.e. illegal aliens. Our children became citizens at birth because the parents were citizens, hence "under jurisdiction". This is one of those serious issues that needs to be clarified by the Supreme Court, and to my knowledge this has never been done. We must be the only industrialized nation in the world that allows the babies of illegal aliens to become citizens. I myself was born in Germany to U.S. citizen parents, and no way in hell was Germany going to make me a German citizen. This anchor baby mess must be fixed!

Bryan Saxton said...

This is what needs clearing up.

Being born here makes you subject to jurisdiction, even if your parents are not subject to said jurisdiction, as per the 14th amendment.

Scottiebill said...

These illegal aliens are not subject to the jurisdiction of the laws of the United States. Many more than half of them prove that every day with their illegal activities, everything from driving with illegally issued drivers licenses to drive by shootings to rape and killing of nuns (the incident near K Falls a few years back) and just about all the other crimes in between.

And some of these bleeding hearts want them to keep on coming in so the can do "jobs legal citizens won't do." Maybe these same bleeding hearts should take these criminals into their homes since they like them so much.

Bryan Saxton said...

Obviously, all Illegal aliens are gangbangers and rapists.

MAX Redline said...

Section. 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside...

This is where it gets cloudy. The Amemndment was included specifically for the protection of slave offspring, at a time when there was a considerable movement to just deport all blacks back to Africa.

Clearly the thing was not intended to include people who run across the border and squat in a Wal-Mart parking-lot.

At the time it was written, nobody imagined such daily occurrences.

The key line here is: "and subject to the jurisdiction thereof".

It is obvious that illegal aliens do not consider themselves to be subject to the jurisdiction thereof - if they did, they would apply to enter our country legally.

Bryan Saxton said...

Two things:

A. The law pertains to the children (All persons born or naturalized in the United States) and does not involve the parents.

B. Intention is irrelevent in the enforcing of laws untill the courts or legislature says otherwise.

Anonymous said...

fugem

Anonymous said...

In the O today:

Deportation right move

I have no sympathy for the Diaz family of Beaverton, some of whose members were here in the United States illegally and were deported to Guatemala on Tuesday ("Deportation, to a life unknown," Oct. 12).

Breaking the family apart from the legal citizens and the illegal immigrants is one of the most severe consequences if caught here illegally in the United States.

I praise our government authorities for doing the right thing to deport illegal immigrants. The only justifiable way that this family could have avoided break-up was to immigrate to the United States legally and go through the proper immigration process.

Let the Diaz family example also become a lesson of consequences to the millions of other illegal immigrants residing in the United States. Amnesty and "guest worker" programs would not be acceptable either.

BRYAN J. DORR Milwaukie