Bummer: Illegals Make Plans For Their Kids In Alabama

Today’s illegal immigrant sob story

(The Politico) Illegal immigrants in Alabama are signing documents allowing others to care for their children if the parents are arrested or deported, The Associated Press reports.

Many parents are responding to the state’s tough new immigration law by seeking legal power of attorney papers so friends and other acquaintances can care for their children if they are kicked out of the country.

“People are scared, and they want to be sure their kids are safe if something happens to them,” said Jazmin Rivera, a social worker at the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama who helps Spanish-speaking immigrants with paperwork.

Cristian Gonzalez, a 28-year-old living illegally in the state, told the AP she has informally asked the manager of the rental property where she lives to care for her 10-year-old daughter, who is a U.S. citizen, if she and her husband are arrested.

So, let me get this straight: multiple people have had contact with people who are breaking US law, and failed to report them to the appropriate authorities? Hmm, that makes them accessories to the crime.

State Sen. Scott Beason, who sponsored the law, suggested that the stories of parents signing documents to arrange for care for their children are designed to “pull on heart strings” and make people sympathetic to illegal immigrants.

The illegals could take them back to their place of origin. Looks like the Alabama illegals law is working.

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2 Responses to “Bummer: Illegals Make Plans For Their Kids In Alabama”

  1. captainfish says:

    Bout time some freakin law is doing what it is supposed to do in this country.

  2. PatriotUSA says:

    It is about damn time and maybe this will make the ENTIRE familia pack up and head south for good, all the way across the Rio Grande.

    I will even help them pack.

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