Did Obama’s Biggest Nightmare Just Become Reality?

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Under Obama’s Dream Act, he declared that he wouldn’t deport underage illegal immigrants already living in the United States.

    Of course, the illegal immigrants in the United States were elated by the news. Many of them phoned home requesting for friends and family to join them.

    Well, hundreds of thousands answered the call and are now swarming across the border. And the surge has completely overwhelmed America’s child welfare and foster care system.

    In response, Obama – believing he would face less opposition by shipping these immigrants to big cities – turned nearly the entire country into pseudo border states.

    So what was once a problem in Arizona and Texas is now also a problem in Illinois, California, and New York.

    Indeed, Obama’s “dream” has quickly become a nightmare. And his strongest supporters are now turning their backs on him.

    Lies, Lies, Lies

    The political left has claimed that these children are leaving Central America because of violence.

    Don’t believe it…

    A recent government intelligence assessment compiled via interviews with detained illegals concludes that 95% “cited the primary reason for migrating to the United States was the perception of U.S. immigration laws granting free passes or ‘permisos’ to UAC (unaccompanied children).”

    By comparison, the violence affecting black children in America’s inner cities is far worse than anything being faced by these children from Central America.


    Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/obamas-biggest-nightmare-just-become-reality/#qIi76rDQGWdlQUjS.99
     
  2. exscentric

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    "I want a better life." "I live in violence." and all the other reasons given are true of American children that are already here - why not help those kids? Our schools are about to begin for the year - imagine a couple thousand extra kids dropping in unexpectedly?
     

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