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[–] Wulfgar 9 points -6 points (+3|-9) ago 

I'm against that. Let ICE do it's job, we don't need people searching for things to report to the police like in some communist state. She is annoying asshole, fine. She got her lesson, let her draw conclusions or ignore it. This is taking things too far. I know it's her fault to speaking about this publicly, but I still don't like it. It's slippery slope and it ends up with kids snitching on their parents to the Big Brother for saying "fuck Big Brother" in their sleep.


[–] stillinit 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago  (edited ago)

She is a result of the government not doing it's job. She should have been deported a long time ago. She's getting aid money and going to college while whites suffer and are discriminated against.


[–] Dumpsterjuice 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

There needs to be rule of law. We see Hillary get away with things that would send any of us to prison. We see the illegals here. It will get to the point where we will have to enforce the law our self


[–] iloveguns 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

... reporting illegals enables ICE to do their job, sympathizer.


[–] RoBatten 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

She didn't learn a damn thing. She's an entitled America-hating beener and needs to GTFO. Whatever way that happens is good . . .


[–] OricaTonithos 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

There's a part of me that heartily agrees with you.


Coming up with a personal ethic like this is a two-edged sword. On the one side, and not knowing the circumstances surrounding every instance you might run across, you might make the error of not tipping off where it was a dangerous person who has been getting away with criminality for some time. A person whose next move may be to harm someone, or spend scads of tax money that they never paid into. On the other side, your action tipping the authorities to their whereabouts and doings could come from your own ignorance and result in an innocent person being detained (and frustrated) while their family comes up with proof of their status, etc.

As this situation (immigration enforcement in general) progresses, we should be careful to note if there are any subtle changes to the law or interpretation in handling cases where due diligence is not satisfactory on the side of enforcement in determining the status,

For example: The suspected illegal for whatever reason refuses or is not in the capacity to offer up proof, yet stated that they were natural. If there can be determined access to a birth record (named hospital of birth, county of birth) but the suspect doesn't produce a copy, agents should check those sources to be sure. I'd hate for someone's retarded brother to be sent to Mexico because someone suspected him of being an illegal alien.

The process of determining the facts takes time, and a correct application of a systematic process to sort the herd. If it ever looks like a round-up and truck-em-back-over, it should set off your alarm bells.