Skip to comments.‘Anchor baby' status could mean life or death for Utah family (Criminals need your help)
Posted on 09/18/2010 4:57:31 AM PDT by pennyfarmer
SALT LAKE CITY -- In the debate over immigration reform, you may have heard the term "anchor babies." It's used to reference a child born in the United States to parents with illegal status in an effort to gain them citizenship. But does it work?
For one such family, staying in the United States could literally mean life or death for their young son.
Francisco Javier Espinoza and his wife, Claudia, came to the United States to build a new life. Francisco worked as a framer.
"For work, it's a better life here for my family," Espinoza said.
KSL have recently removed their comment boards so that they can indoctrinate the kids.
Hey, it worked for Aunt Zeituni Onyango.
There are no hospitals in Mexico? Is that what i’m to take away from the story?
KSL is owned by the LDS Church business arm.
It’s the “free” heathcare they are hinting at I believe
I didn’t actually wish to go there right away. Figured i would start small like an actual physical hospital and why the free treatment isn’t in that hell hole south of the border.
You are too funny. It did work for Auntie, didn’t it.
The Mormon Church has been bringing illegals into the US since at least 1984...probably much longer.
Put the kid in foster care; deport the parents.
Of course, I never get subtleties (duh)
The health care down there is evidently pretty good. Every time I have been there, I have met people from the U.S. down there to have by-pass and other similar treatment because they can't afford it in the U.S.
Wake up America. Help Mexico keep their people. Both Mexico and the U.S. are being destroyed and the only people benefiting are the greedy American employers and the politicians.
The LDS pushed SLC into adopting pro-gay measures after fag activits launched a jihad and "kiss-ins" against them. They are not to be trusted on immigration.
Nope...there are NO hospitals in Mexico. And NO, Mexico does not have the world's richest man Carlos Slim Helu. And NO Mexico does not make $20 billion a year in oil exports to the U.S. from its state-owned oil monopoly. They are POOR. Get it? Please do not stray from the official meme again.
“Francisco Javier Espinoza and his wife, Claudia, came to the United States to build a new life.”
Leaving out that they came to the U.S. illegally. The real issue here is whether good intentions relieve one of the obligation to obey the law. Period.
So if an uninvited couple walks in your back door and she has a baby in the living room, are they entitled to live in your house forever?
Go home and have a REVOLUTION in your own country to fix the problems there, we are tired of paying your way.
you’re right. i forget myself sometimes.
And you call yourself what? Not a Christian for sure!
What a heartless awful comment!
Just wondering. Thought I might like having a place on the Mexican Riviera, and I know you can't own property there unless you're a Mexican citizen. --just trying to figure out how to become one.
Go home and have a REVOLUTION in your own country to fix the problems there, we are tired of paying your way.”
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