Most lawbreakers try to keep quiet about their crimes, at least in police society. But not all.
In recent years I have encountered a special breed of illegal immigrant — the brazen scofflaw who wears his lawbreaking as a badge of honor, and spits all over those Americans who pay their taxes, play by the rules and expect their neighbors to do the same. These people organize pressure groups, give on-the-record press interviews, and behave with an astonishing sense of entitlement. Which is astounding, really, because these people are breaking the law very seriously.
I have no sympathy for such open and notorious lawbreakers, and in a just world they’d be the first suffer the consequences of their illegal actions. President-elect Donald Trump should strive mightily to have each and every one of these people rounded up on his first day in office and, with great publicity and fanfare, immediately deported. We are a nation of laws, and that point has been ignored for too long. Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time. Especially don’t give an on-the-record interview to the New York Times after having done the crime!
So I’ve got a little list: Below I am assembling a list of every illegal immigrant who has gone on the record to the press acknowledging his or her illegal alien status. These are the people who have to be put on a bus or a plane home as a top priority.
I will be updating this list from time to time and welcome submissions from my readers. Note, however, that I do not wish to invade the privacy of any person who has the decency to mind his own business, no matter his immigration status. So I will not publish the details of any person who has not already gone on the record. Nor will I publish information concerning children, even when it appears in the press — for they know not what they do. Don’t turn in your neighbor’s landscaping guy (at least not to me) and send links to your sources.
P.S. I will not be adding self-volunteered names to this list (a few have been cropping up in the comments section). I am not a newspaper reporter and I have not met or interviewed any such posters, nor verified any names or personal details in a way a reporter world.
But nice try, guys, for some cheap “courage” points. Of course, if you had any real courage you’d do the honorable thing: Move back to your country of citizenship, apply for admission to the U.S. in the legal way, and wait your turn. Which you won’t do, of course.
Personal confession: I was once invited, in an official letter sent to me by the local immigration authorities, to leave a foreign country where I had been living. This was due to an inadvertent visa snafu. I was very cross with my employer’s HR department for failing to file the appropriate papers at the appropriate time, but that didn’t change anything: I had to leave. Accordingly, I departed that country within the specified time limit — leaving my wife behind — and returned to the U.S. Once there, I filed papers for a new visa. I then waited my turn, got the new visa, and finally returned to my adopted home.
It’s called playing by the rules, guys. Try it sometime.
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