May 12, 2009, - 10:08 am

Illegal Alien Deportation Sob Story of the Day

By Debbie Schlussel
So sad, too bad. The most enlightening part of this story–for the previously clueless–is that these illegal alien parents were not “doing the work that Americans just won’t do.” Americans won’t take a $40,000 job at a bank? And which bank was it that was employing an illegal alien at that price? Americans won’t take jobs as hairstylists working at salons? I’ve never had my haircut by a non-American ever. This is the work Americans will do, if illegal aliens, like this couple, don’t steal the work from them as they remain on our soil illegally . . . for 17 years.
If this family didn’t want their son to have culture shock, they shouldn’t have been here illegally. It’s not like their anchor baby son had to leave. He could have stayed here with friends and leeched off the system like his parents did, and he can now return to the U.S. at age 18. It’s not like they were deported to Greater Barbaristan. It’s Mexico, right at our borders, where they were supposed to be in the first place. But leave it to CBS to shed tears for them.

7 Responses

Creepy reporter sounds suspiciously like a Canadian. I’d like to know which bank hired an illegal alien!
The Ochoa family is back where they belong. And if they’re so poor, why are there 3 bottles of CocaCola on their table? They need to learn to economize.

lexi on May 12, 2009 at 10:56 am

I hate when people who do wrong or something illegal twist and turn it around. Then play the blame game, as blaming others for their misfortune. These people simply committed a felony and need to pay the price for their actions. Sure, their son is some what innocent in this matter. But, it was his parents who put him in this situation. If they wanted to come to America. Then they should have done it the legal way. There is never an excuse for doing things illegally and/or taking short cuts. They have what’s coming to them. And no one to blame but themselves. We should have legislature that states if a person is an illegal and gives birth while in America. The offspring should be a citizen from the country the people came from. None of this the kid is born here, therefore automatically a USA citizen. This would be a good start in the right direction. Since we have so many people from mexico who come here intentionally and give birth. Knowing the child becomes a citizen and then it’s easier for the parents to get permanent residence status. We need to re-do the entire immigration laws, policies and protocols big time. Something, I don’t see happening. And Obama and his cronies seem to not care about protecting American citizens or our borders. How lovely.

Tenn Scholar on May 12, 2009 at 12:13 pm

Deportation doesn’t work and our prison system can’t take the extra load of crap it has been bearing. We need a nasty penal colony for these FELONS. Malaria would be the big problem for survival for the scumbags. Good riddance. Maybe eventually the ACLU will be disbanded and the administrators of the corrupt system will be run off. Then we can take our country back.

samurai on May 12, 2009 at 12:36 pm

The only remedy for the MSMs love affair with illegal aliens, are when THEIR jobs are taken over by an illegal. Don’t believe it can’t happen??? Well, just take a look at local television in Los Angeles, plus there are over twenty radio stations in Spanish chattering 7/24!

Jackson Pearson on May 12, 2009 at 3:29 pm

You might want to check Wachovia Banks. Most of the tellers in my city here in Florida seem to be of hispanic descent or the other day of, slavic decsent. I have wondered for quite awhile how this could be. And most of the banks seem to have hispanics as tellers. How can you possible check criminal and credit backgrounds on these people if they are not from this country. Most checks are done through SS# and drivers license. I am assuming this guarantees them a job because none of this can be checked.

cthelight on May 12, 2009 at 6:32 pm

Wachovia bank aggressively seeks illegal alien customers, accepting a Matricula Consular card as valid ID in violation of federal law. Oddly, or pehaps not so, when the policy was announced by the bank, the head of the project was a South American with an Hispanic first name and German last name.

Greg on May 12, 2009 at 10:11 pm

Notice the school has lessons in SPANISH, the language of Mexico.
In the US we have to have everything in English and Spanish.
Mexico has rules and laws and they enforce them, but we are expected to bend ours.

interestinconundrum on May 13, 2009 at 11:10 am

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