US Aims to Deport 10,000 Vietnamese for 40Yr Anniversary of War on 'Em

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    I don’t support deportation, but it’s just one of those things that affects you for the rest of your life and you have to accept it. Crime, pregnancies, dropping out of school, etc. They always go back to the same well and cry about poverty, war, can’t speak the language, etc. How hard is it go not commit a crime? How hard is it to get citizenship?

    When I was growing up, there were always programs and pressure from community activists to get our citizenship. They don’t get it because it’s a piece of paper that you put away and can’t really show off in public. They want to get that nice car, nice outfit, jewelry. And you know what’s crazy? Mental retarded people are more likely to get their citizenship becasue mental retarded people don’t resist…they just follow whatever the community activist say. Then when you go to the parents and normal kids, they don’t want to do it because they they want to catch up on the latest drama or save for the Lexus.



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