He didn't break any laws he works every day and comes home that's it but we are all human and have rights at the end of the day.But that's where you're wrong! He did break laws--several of them:
Millan-Vazquez has had a misdemeanor on his record and was ordered out of the country by a federal judge in 2011.Right there is the law he broke. And that is why the ICE people busted out his window and dragged his ass out of the car.
'Millan-Vazquez complied with the judge's order by returning to Mexico,' Neudauer added.
'However, five days after he returned to Mexico, he was encountered by immigration officials after he illegally re-entered the United States under an assumed name. He was issued an expedited removal order.'
And get this:
A fundraiser for Hoyt shares that the couple have two children, an 11-year-old boy and a 7-month-old infant. Their daughter has medical conditions and her father was the family's sole provider.So why the hell aren't they going to Mexico where their father can "provide" for her? Why is she here? And who the hell is this "Hoyt" woman to the family of illegals in question, anyway? The article doesn't say who the hell she is.
I have absolutely no sympathy for any of these people. If you are here illegally you do not belong here.
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Take a look at these people who Alyssa Milano wants to save. I have a lovely idea: if Ms. Milano is so concerned about them, let's let her take care of them. Just drop one of 'em off at her door with an ankle monitor. "Okay, we won't execute this man, but you have to take care of him now." See how she likes that.
Put up or shut up, bitch!
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So the Democrats are going to investigate Trump more and move to impeach him next year. Mueller's testimony was a disaster but they're still going ahead with this?
It's like they don't understand how this hurts them. I mean, it's like they keep hitting themselves in the head with the same blunt instrument, all the while blaming Trump for the blood and bone and brain matter that's falling on the floor.
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So, the CPU, memory, and cooler are still not here; but the package tracker now shows a map that pinpoints the location of the delivery vehicle. So it shouldn't be too much longer for them to show up here.
The thing that always worries me about this is that there are actually three separate hunks of street in the Fungal Vale that have the same name. There's Fungus Street, where I live; then there's another chunk of Fungus Street about two blocks away which does not connect with my street. Beyond that, then, there is Fungus Avenue which is even farther away and not connected with either one. I always worry they'll get it wrong, even in this era of GPS-enabled delivery tracking.
That's why--a couple months ago--a speaker set was delivered to my house that should not have been. The number was off by 10, and the corresponding house was probably on the southern chunk that's not connected to the piece I live on.
Anyway, we'll see how it goes. This is quite exciting.
UPDATE: They arrived pretty quickly after that. The funny thing is, the processor comes with a heat sink and fan, so that was $15 I didn't need to spend. Already have the RMA slip printed out for that, and it'll go to Kohl's for the ultra-convenient free shipping back to Amazon.
So, price paid for the parts is down to $190. Still not sure if I'll need a new case. Time will tell on that point.