No, it's what some libs do. Not all. And that is my point with you. You always generalize out of partisan political expediency.The statements are not ignorant, they are historically accurate.
Look back at John Kerry and Vietnam.
Look at how they treated Reagan.
How they've behaved since The Church Hearings.
Look at what the libs cut with predictability: The military and intel services.
How they talk about our troops during war. "Terrorists", "terrorizing", "Nazi's",and that from the Dem leadership including Obama.
Sorry, libs have a long record of hostility to the military, police and intel.
It is why 911 rocked their world.
They knew they had trouble considering their history.
It is why the D's in the Senate begged for a second vote.
Then when things got tough they recanted and went back to their philosophical home.
Beating our troops, reveling in counting the dead, crapping on our generals.
It's what modern libs do... have done and continue to do.
It's their record.
They earned it.
You really do have a short memory.
Maybe there weren't in the cases they worked.And I've heard ICE agents claim there were not separations.
I do because it's much more costly to the state when they do separate parents from children.I don't really care if there are.
Agreed, but it's fiscally irresponsible when you have alternative options at your disposal. There is no immediate threat to society from a peaceful illegal immigrant who is only here working and living with their children.They are illegals.
It was their choice to challenge the law.
That some discomfort and short term separation may ensue does not bother me.
While the core of the issue is the illegality, it's not the real crux of the problem. It's the expense to you and I that illegal immigration results in. All we do is compound the expense when make mass arrests and separate families. Because right now we almost always release the majority of offenders. About the only ones we deport are those with actual criminal histories or pending cases in court for certain offenses. What's the point of basically inconveniencing these people if we are just doing "catch and release" enforcement? It costs us substantially to house them, feed them, we immediately assume medical liability, jails are immediately pushed to capacity. I believe we must focus neutralizing the draw that brings them up here. Force compliance by employers who willfully violate the law and the jobs dry up. It will also encourage many of them to get in line for the process of becoming legal. Take some of that spendulus money and put more cops or even armed soldiers on that damned border and start building.
Let me know if you need help on that.No problem... I'll set up a money exchange for them.