Food for thought: How would Disney react to trespassers?
People choose jumping the gate at Disney (trespass) without permission to entry. Said individual brings along one or more of his/her children. Would security at Disney hesitate to toss the intruders back over the fence once detected?
The intruder avoids capture and demands the right to remain (illegally). The intruder goes on to open a business (hot dog stand) on the fairway competing against Disneys own people/businesses. Does Disney have an ounce of pity for the man and his business or does security bounce the trespasser?
After years of hiding among other authorized patrons the child ages, enjoys the facilities, accepts the many pleasures and delights. This poor child now determines being within Disney to be a right. Upon discovery, will the cries for sympathy from the child and others prevent Disney from throwing the child back over the fence?
Adding insult to injury, this illegal is now expecting the many relatives, close and distant, to be given a free pass because it is only right not to separate them from their family. And finally, is it really wrong or illegal to jump the gate at Disney in the first place if the sob story is heart wrenching enough?
The security people at Disney would be real monsters to penalize these children when it wasnt the childs fault they are in the park illegally. s/
Meriting reposting because few are aware of our actual recent amnesty history in America:
8 posted on 1/25/2018, 11:21:18 AM by kabar
The Seven Amnesties Passed by Congress
1. Immigration and Reform Control Act (IRCA), 1986: A blanket amnesty for some 2.7 million illegal aliens
2. Section 245(i) Amnesty, 1994: A temporary rolling amnesty for 578,000 illegal aliens
3. Section 245(i) Extension Amnesty, 1997: An extension of the rolling amnesty created in 1994
4. Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA) Amnesty, 1997: An amnesty for close to one million illegal aliens from Central America
5. Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act Amnesty (HRIFA), 1998: An amnesty for 125,000 illegal aliens from Haiti
6. Late Amnesty, 2000: An amnesty for some illegal aliens who claim they should have been amnestied under the 1986 IRCA amnesty, an estimated 400,000 illegal aliens
7. LIFE Act Amnesty, 2000: A reinstatement of the rolling Section 245(i) amnesty, an estimated 900,000 illegal aliens