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    Forget the fence.




    That will mean a case-by-case review of approximately 300,000 illegal immigrants facing possible deportation in federal immigration courts, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said in announcing the policy change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freecell View Post
    US undertaking case-by-case review on deportation :: WRAL.com


    Forget the fence.




    That will mean a case-by-case review of approximately 300,000 illegal immigrants facing possible deportation in federal immigration courts, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said in announcing the policy change.
    That's fine.

    Case number one: You're from Mexico. Good-bye.
    Case Number two: Youre from Mexico. Good-bye.
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    Case number two hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine. YOu're from Mexico. Good bye.
    Case number the last: You're from Mexico, get the fuck out and stay out.

    Shouldn't take more than a week.

    The records search failing to show Pedro Gonalez isn't a US citizen doesn't take a lot of time. Better yet, just start fining the people hiring the invaders and watch the unempoyed aliens start self-deporting.

    Here's an idea for a bit of national "infrastructure" to stimulate the economy of the border states: Build the fucking fence.

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    This is to slow down deportations so Obama does not jeapordize the hispanic vote.

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