Monday, January 2, 2012

Racist Romney says he will Veto the Dream Act!

Last September, Mitt Romney said he didn't support in-state tuition. Now, pandering to the far-right Tea Party republican caucus members, he promises that IF he becomes the President, he will VETO the Dream Act! “For those who come here illegally, the idea of giving them in-state tuition credits or other special benefits, I find to be contrary to the idea of a nation of laws,” Romney told supporters at a campaign stop in Le Mars, Iowa.

However he said he'd be "DELIGHTED" and may consider "Permanent Residency" (NOT Citizenship) to these same Latinos if they risk/give up their lives in the military.

What a despicable racist!

1 comment:

Vicente Duque said...

WYFF4.COM : A now-15-year-old teen girl, U.S. citizen with no knowledge of Spanish and no Latino Ancestors deported to Colombia, several months ago. - Family desperate : Facebook photos in Colombia, pregnant, sitting on men's laps smoking marijuana, partying with men.

Family Demands Answers After Texas Teen Mistakenly Deported To Colombia
By the CNN Wire Staff
January 5, 2012

Some excerpts :

How Jakadrien got to Colombia is a mystery to the family. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency maintains she was arrested in Houston for theft and told them she was an adult from Colombia.

He says the immigration agency took Jakadrien's fingerprints but failed to match them to the name she gave. The name matched a woman wanted by Interpol, Jackson says, so they "shipped her on through."

Then, Jakadrien's Facebook page suddenly said she was in Colombia. The family later learned she had been arrested in Houston for shoplifting, but they say they had no idea how she wound up in the South American country after the arrest.

The family's concerns grew when the detective told them that Jakadrien is pregnant, her mother said.

Johnisa Turner said she believes her daughter was coerced along the way, with someone promising her something that led her to maintain a fake story about who she is.

Jackson says he believes something more sinister is going on.

"There has to be something behind this 15-year-old girl ending up in Colombia, besides the fact that ICE dropped the ball," he said. "Of all the nicknames ... to pick one that's of Latino descent, for that to be a name that sticks and gets you deported, that doesn't make sense."

Pictures of Jakadrien in Colombia showed her sitting on men's laps smoking marijuana, her grandmother said. But Jakadrien, she said, seemed to be reaching out for help, listing on Facebook the names of everyone at parties perhaps so she could be traced.

Jackson says he doesn't believe Jakadrien was trying to fake her way out of the country by using the false name throughout the process.

"I don't buy that she had the wherewithal to be able to bamboozle the government," Jackson says. "You know, kids are scared when they get around authorities. ... To think that you could bamboozle them to create a new identity, it just doesn't make sense."

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