kbvette's comment history

kbvette said...

eastridge8 said:

They've been here 10 years and STILL can't speak English??! Good Grief! Don't they have a TV or radio? They have a car with a radio, surely! The 7 yr old...was he/she in school? Aren't the children learning English? Can't they even make the EFFORT??!!

I agree that the Employers are at fault for hiring them and thus they stay but this is TOO MUCH! The laws need to be changed! And the employers need to be held accountable.

America is being pushed to the limit!America is being pushed to the limit!

Not just that they cannot speak English after 10 years, but MY question is WHY are they STILL HERE after being here for 10 years illegally??? They have FIVE anchor babies (or had), they should have been deported years ago. Plus, if the disabilities are genetic, why wasn't the mother or father sterilized after it was detected? I could never continue having children fully knowing that either myself or the father was passing on a disability. That is insane and I blame the doctors who treated her for not pushing a tubal ligation or vasectomy (or both)after baby number 2 to stop it from continuing, or in the alternative, birth control of some sort. Now there are five children with severe disabilities that are in foster care because their biological parents couldn't stop having children for one reason or another. Culture cannot be an argument here. They are in America now, not Guatemala. It is shocking that they have spent "thousands" on legal fees, etc., to get their kids back, but haven't spent one dime to change their status! Now they have an immigration attorney in Atlanta helping them (probably pro bono) to get their documents. IMHO, too little, too late.

November 27, 2011 at 5:55 p.m.
kbvette said...

I don't understand why he thought it would make her [the mom] feel stupid? How could or why would seeing your child's decapitated head on the side of the road make someone feel "stupid"? Angry, yes. Scared, yes. Hysterical, yes. Stupid? Not so much. This cretin needs to suffer just as he made his son suffer. There are so many agencies, schools and hospitals that would have given him and the mom the support they needed. All he had to do was make the call. I feel there is much more to this story than we've been allowed to read here in this story.

August 16, 2011 at 9:10 p.m.

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