Fingerprint Sharing Leads to Deportation of 47,000 Illegal Aliens

Through a program called Secure Communities, law enforcement officials have been deporting criminal immigrants.  Various advocate groups are trying to stop the program claiming that lower-level criminals and non-criminals are being deported as well.  According to ICE(Immigration and Customs Enforcement) records, nearly 47,000 people have been deported from October 2008 to June 2010. The Obama administration wants to make Secure Communities a nationwide program by 2013.

I fully support this program and don't consider it racial profiling.  If you're picked up for a crime, your identity should be checked, no matter what.  The very fact that you're in the country illegally makes you a criminal in my book.  What part of illegal do people not undersand?  If you come across the border or on a plane...whatever...if you don't have proper papers(visa and/or passport) you are an ILLEGAL alien and should be sent back to whatever country you come from.

If you want to live in the US, apply for a visa, wait your turn and come over, and act like a civilized, law-abiding, tax-paying member of American society. I'm sorry if you have economic, government, other issues with your country but we can't take everyone.  Living in the US is not a right, it's a privilege.


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