I’m a cold heartless bastard

I keep hearing from the loony left that deporting anyone who has been adjudicated as not having the right to remain in this country is un-American.  Additionally they keep whining that we cannot separate parents (served deportation orders by a court according to LAW) from their children.  Okay once more, back the F’ing truck up.

Here are the choices for the illegal immigrants if they don’t want to be deported:

  1. Don’t make the trek
  2. Don’t cross the border illegally
  3. Don’t lie about asylum
  4. Show up for your court hearing and present your asylum case
  5. Show up after your first missed court date notification
  6. Show up after your second missed court date notification

Do citizens get this many choices before facing a penalty?  Regarding separation from children:

If you’re a citizen who has children and commit a crime, are convicted, and are incarcerated, you are separated from your children.  When you go to serve your time, you can have your kids stay with relatives or friends  If you don’t have anyone to turn to, the kids go into the foster care system.

There isn’t a stay out of jail clause just because you have kids.

If you are deported and you have kids, you can take your kids with you.  You are not forced to leave your kids.  If your kids are legal, they can stay with legal relatives.  If you don’t have anyone to turn to and you decide to abandon them, the kids go into the foster care system. No difference from a citizen.

Those on the loony left are demanding a “brown skin color don’t get deported” clause if you have kids.

PARENTS have a responsibility of making choices for their children.  They can make good choices as well as bad ones.  The PARENTS bear complete responsibility for their BAD CHOICES.  I guess I’m just a cold heartless bastard, but a person found guilty should be treated no less leniently just because you are here illegally, whether or not you have children, and independent of your skin skin color.

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