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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

Erika Andiola: "Why I'm Fighting to Stop Deportations Outside of Congress"

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Erika Andiola, Co-Director of the DRM Action Coalition, recently left her job in Congress to help stop her mother's deportation. She has now penned an article explaining her motivations. From the article: "After seeing my mother in handcuffs, I realized that I was perhaps wrong about the President I encouraged my community to support. I realized that the words President Obama said as a keynote speaker at my Arizona State University graduation in 2009 were empty words."

She has since moved on to her "Clean Obama's Mess" stage.

We wish you luck Erika!

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Updated 12-28-2013 at 10:19 AM by MKolken

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  1. Jack2's Avatar
    "His family had a very different outcome than mine. That is not fair."

    "Fair" = EVERYONE above the law.


    "immigration authorities had arbitrary standards when it came to deciding who got to stay and who got deported."

    But all are subject to deportation so I do not see what the gripe is. Unless you are denying the right of a sovereign to control who resides within its borders. That seems to be the real disagreement. If every alien subject to deportation were actually removed, there would be no issue of arbitrariness.
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