difficult finding reasonable humane path to citizenship. I see Hispanics
w/ high school diplomas speaking and writing excellent English. who work when allowed, pay taxes and are family orientated.
the arugument that others whom applied legally should have precedent.
that is understandable. if it were not the acute humanitarian crisis we see
developing in the Hispanic populations.
they come in peace. many like immigrants before them seeking opportunity
and freedom of expression. others , flee recruitment by drug cartels and risk
death if not agreeable to work for them.
crime is always an equal oppourtunity employer , when jobs are denied do
to immigration status. social problems abound. gang membership appeals
to this disenfranchised group.
one associate whom worked. dropped dead in the street from lack of access
to humane medical care. another refused to go to seek medical help for an fracture, that has an potentially fatal outcome if not treated. he was afraid of arrest and deportation, in spite of having been an resident for years, worked
and paid taxes. and, learned English and earned an diploma after years of
enduring harressment from fellow classmates.
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