It appeared you were arguing the illegals were victims somehow being
treated unfairly. If that doesn't mean you don't want them punished,
then I think it's because you weren't being clear, not because I
I personally think the punishment (deportation) is too severe for a working
mother that has been living here and earning a living for years. I also
think deporting these people is completely insignificant in solving the
immigration problem. So yeah, in a sense I think they are being treated
unfairly in some cases (as scapegoats), but that doesn't mean they shouldn't
be punished at all. Having said that though, I'm not sure what the right
punishment is, or what the solution to the immigration problem should be.
So until they figure it out, I'll just sympathize with them.
I'm catching on that you argue against a particular position, not
because you actually hold the opposite position, but because you like
being the devil's advocate.
Sometimes, but not so much in this case I don't think.
Same s**t, different day.... ;-D
Misunderstandings, name calling, blaming others, etc. Ah, the joys of