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Tag: Sanctuary Cities
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Folks, if you would be so kind, look over Governor Snyder's MiDashboard for me. Somehow, in its claimed enhanced accountability of Lansing, I didn't see a button for this.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder told an audience of Hispanic business leaders that the state doesn't need an immigration enforcement law like the one causing controversy in Arizona.
Well, there you go again. Divisive? Rick, we need to talk...
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Ah, today offers another cry me a river drivel from the other liberal Detroit rag.
As a 9-year-old living near Tijuana, Mexico, Dayanna Rebolledo could stand on her tiptoes and peek over a fence at the United States. Across the fence was a safer country, a place where she could get a better education, a land of opportunity.
Holy crap! Can you imagine being in the adult world for three years, while attending a community college as an illegal alien and making a statement like that? I can't. Dayanna, and all others like her should be really, really p!ssed off at her parents. They are the ones who chose through their own volition to be reckless gatecrashers without regard for their children let alone our American Laws. Without sorrow, it's time to return to your motherland, Dayanna. You've known that you didn't belong just like your parents who broke our Laws bringing you hear.
Luckily, Michigan is about to correct that problem.
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Here's a cheerful dose of John Conyers Santuary City Detroit reality to get our Monday morning rolling. From detnews.com
Detroit -- More than two decades ago, Celina Hernandez gave birth to a daughter in her native Mexico. But the newborn died hours later because she was three months' premature and her family couldn't afford the incubator she needed to survive.
Oh, it gets soooooooo much better. Below the fold we go...
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