Deportation

Activists Attempt to Block Road to Stop Deportation of Illegals

If we look at the illegal population, we can see the outcome of allowing them to stay in America. Many break more laws after breaking the law to enter the country. The problem is not their nationality or their willingness to work; the problem is that they are lawbreakers.

This is their attitude about things and how countries should be run. They think that if a law does not suit them, they just break that law. And this is exactly what they are calling on the Obama administration to do with illegal amnesty.

The Washington Times reports

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Immigrant rights activists attempted to block the road to federal immigration agents’ headquarters in Atlanta on Monday, demanding President Obama stop deporting any more illegal immigrants after last week’s Supreme Court stalemate.

Led by the Not1More campaign, which webcast the protest, the demonstrators called Mr. Obama to hamstring U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the deportation agency, saying it’s up to the administration to protect illegal immigrants now.

The group, seeing that there were no legal means to reach their goal, chose to block the way to ICE headquarters. And they are calling for Obama to do the same. They want him to be corrupt and gum up the process. Not according to the Constitution or any other standard. Not1More wants Obama to break the law.

The Times continues

“We are defending the security and stability of our families, sending a direct message to the Obama administration,” said Carlos Medina, a member of the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights. “We know that he has the ability to stop deportations at any given time. Our fight will not stop.”

This kind of attitude is the problem that we face with unfettered and illegal immigration. With the lawless comes their rebellious ways. If you do not like a law, just break it until they allow you to do what you want.

How is that working for Mexico?

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