DACA questions the dominant media never ask of the WOUPLAWWs*

  • WOUPLAWWs — World Owes Us in Particular a Living Anywhere We Want*
  • The protestors still have not learned irony (see pictures)

Questions: Why do nearly all nations have immigration laws at least intended to limit the number of immigrants permitted to enter their countries and eventually attain status as citizens?…

From the Washington Free Beacon (exerpt)

DACA Recipients Sue Trump Admin to Block Repeal of Program 

Six Californian recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals’ protections sued the Trump administration on Monday to block the repeal of the controversial immigration program.

The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, alleges that President Donald Trump’s decision to terminate the program “was motivated by unconstitutional bias against Mexicans and Latinos,” the Los Angeles Times reports.

DACA protects certain illegal immigrants who came to the United States as minors. Implemented by the Obama administration through executive order, the program declines to prosecute or deport its roughly 800,000 recipients for their violation of federal immigration law, and issues them renewable two-year federal work permits.

“Suing to block repeal of an unconstitutional action”??!!!!!
Are you kidding?!

When you get enough of them (persons illegally in the country), very soon they run that country. What we are now seeing in America is the loss of our national sovereignty.

Non-citizens, who have already broken one or more of the country’s laws are now telling American citizens which laws they will not obey and which laws they will “permit” America to enforce.

Any more questions?             DLH  with R Mall

* pronounced with intonation similar to hoopla and with related meaning


noun, Informal.
1. bustling excitement or activity; commotion; hullabaloo; to-do.
2. sensational publicity; ballyhoo.
3. speech or writing intended to mislead or to obscure an issue.

“A protester holds a sign that echoes the arguments of many who support deferred deportation policies: That they will help keep families together.” We ask : ¿quién rompió la familia?

Of course taxation of others for his education is pricey, the demeanor of the young adult man is priceless.

Yes the clenched fist and the Che Guevara T-shirt are very convincing, just not in the way they might desire. We do note the commonality of the education demand. We have yet to see the full cost endowment-fund check they bring with them.

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