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Thread: Why Dream Act is bad for all Migrants

  1. #1
    This Dream act is not good for the migrant community in general

    It is a way to divide them

    By taking away the smartest (the educated ones) and the strongest (those who serve in the army).

    The rest, the dumbs, the weaks can and won't get nothing.

    Without these two categories the migrant community will be so weak and will never earned a comprehensive immigration reform

    Chances are less than 10% will be legalized, the rest will suffer for decade under states and city laws that torture them everyday.

    Those 10% won't be able to petition their parents, they will live under the dream the perception that they are legal while going through heavy conditions and qualifications requirements they will never meet and a constant threat of losing their legal status.

    In other words they will be so scared to participate in any way that seek the legalization of their relatives(march, petitions, marriages ect....)

    they will be forced to go to school or serve to avoid losing their status, even though in certain circumtances, you have more priorities.

    It is not even good for Ameriacans because this is a test of what forced (mandatory ) military service will look like.

    If everything is Ok (with migrants), Americans citizen will be proposed a mandatory military service...

    When you see you neighbor's house smoking better go and help put off the fire.....

  2. #2
    This Dream act is not good for the migrant community in general

    It is a way to divide them

    By taking away the smartest (the educated ones) and the strongest (those who serve in the army).

    The rest, the dumbs, the weaks can and won't get nothing.

    Without these two categories the migrant community will be so weak and will never earned a comprehensive immigration reform

    Chances are less than 10% will be legalized, the rest will suffer for decade under states and city laws that torture them everyday.

    Those 10% won't be able to petition their parents, they will live under the dream the perception that they are legal while going through heavy conditions and qualifications requirements they will never meet and a constant threat of losing their legal status.

    In other words they will be so scared to participate in any way that seek the legalization of their relatives(march, petitions, marriages ect....)

    they will be forced to go to school or serve to avoid losing their status, even though in certain circumtances, you have more priorities.

    It is not even good for Ameriacans because this is a test of what forced (mandatory ) military service will look like.

    If everything is Ok (with migrants), Americans citizen will be proposed a mandatory military service...

    When you see you neighbor's house smoking better go and help put off the fire.....

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