Smooth Newt and Romney Plan for Immigrant Children of Color
A Republican Vision of the Future for Latino Children
Risk Death and Stay ignorant -if your parents are WOPs!
WOP means "without papers."
During the recent so-called “Republican Debates” Romney and Gingrich agreed on a path to citizenship for the children of illegal immigrants. You can see the whole spectacle courtesy of the only honest guy participating last night,
Let me be clear who they were talking about: children brought to this country by people who entered this country without papers.
Little children whose only offense has been to grow up uninvited in the “Land of the Free and Home of the Brave” should be cannon fodder but not scholars.
From Leroy's website, here is his plan in his own words:
"10. Young non-citizens who came to the United States outside the law should have the same right to join the military and earn citizenship.
Individuals who came to the United States as minors with their parents did not willingly break any laws. These individuals should have the opportunity to obtain legal residency/citizenship by serving their adopted country in the military."
For these innocent people, trapped in a nightmare they had no choice about, Leroy Gingrich says let them earn citizenship by putting their lives at risk for this country. Leroy whose only honest job has been as a History Professor was disdainful of giving a path to citizenship to children that merely got a college degree. Willard Romney chimed in to agree with this display of compassion for the underclass.
So the Republican Dream Act is bet your life (literally) serving as a paid killer of other humans, who may be also trying to kill you. If you return, we will then let you begin to seek “naturalization” to become a U. S. “green card” holder. On the other hand if you choose to believe the great American myth that one should seek a College degree to train for some humanitarian career, like being a registered nurse, a pharmacist, a kindergarten teacher, firefighter or the like, no career path for you. Go back where your parents came from, stand in line for one of the few visas available every year for poor persons of color, wait your turn.