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Old 03-15-2014, 12:43 PM
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Any Bagger who feels that way should be forced to disclose when his family got here on a boat.
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Any Bagger who feels that way should be forced to disclose when his family got here on a boat.
And promptly deported.
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AFAIK being undocumented is a civil offense not criminal but Don will know better.
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AFAIK being undocumented is a civil offense not criminal but Don will know better.
You are making assumptions about my question.

The President is under pressure to ease up on deportation. I would like to
get a picture of whom he is deporting.

There are real criminals who need deporting...kidnappers, pedophiles, gang bangers, human traffickers etc.

We have been invaded by a lot very dangerous people from especially El Salvador, Quatemala, Honduras and Mexico.

These countries are even afraid of some of these people whom we have deported.

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Old 03-15-2014, 08:12 PM
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You are making assumptions about my question.

The President is under pressure to ease up on deportation. I would like to
get a picture of whom he is deporting.

There are real criminals who need deporting...kidnappers, pedophiles, gang bangers, human traffickers etc.

We have been invaded by a lot very dangerous people from especially El Savador, Quatemala, Honduras and Mexico.

These countries are even afraid of some of these people whom we have deported.
This might help Don



" Fiscal year 2011 saw 396,906 deportations, the largest number in the history of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement; of those, 216,698 had been convicted of crimes, including:[76]Wikipedia Here
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And 129,151 convicted of 'other.'
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And 129,151 convicted of 'other.'
Yup! About 60%.

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I have heard, (don't know whether it's true or not), that included in the deportation numbers are those that were turned back at the border before they ever entered the country. I wouldn't call that "deportation". Can anyone enlighten me in regards to that?
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Old 03-15-2014, 10:55 PM
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I have heard, (don't know whether it's true or not), that included in the deportation numbers are those that were turned back at the border before they ever entered the country. I wouldn't call that "deportation". Can anyone enlighten me in regards to that?
If someone is caught at the border while crossing then that person has to be
processed before being sent back. That would be classified as deportation.
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Old 03-16-2014, 06:06 AM
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If someone is caught at the border while crossing then that person has to be
processed before being sent back. That would be classified as deportation.
OK. Thanks.
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