There should be a price to be paid for the illegals who openly protested, disrupted traffic and occupied the offices of public officials in their attempt to intimidate U.S. politicans to pass the Dream Act. Theses illegals selfishly did things in our country that they could never get away with in there home countries. Meanwhile our Federal Government continues to do nothing even though these people openingly and brazenly continue to break our laws. That has got to change. People like Arizona State University graduate Dulce Mateo who was arrested with 22 other illegals when they occupied Senator John McCains office in Washington D.C.
She was smart enough to have received an education here in the U.S. as an electrical engineer. But, she was dumb enough to get arrested along with other illegal dreamers for knowingly breaking the law. She and the others arrested with her all over the country just don't seem to get it! They say they can not use their degrees. This is nonsense. They can certainly use their degrees to get jobs but, just not in this country. Especially now with 9% unemployment and many Americans out of work. American and legal immigrants should be first in line to get those jobs.
But, there is also an upside to deporting the illegals who used the "in your face tactics" and protests to try and push this Dream Act amnesty on the American people. By deporting them back to their home country of origin they can use the education they got at U.S. institutions to improve their home countries by creating businesses and technologies that help people in their own country. They could be back there creating jobs and economic stability so that their will be less incentive for others to enter the U.S. illegally. Think of it as a program like the Peace Corps but, for those who have been living in the U.S. illegally. Hell, we even give them free transportation back to their home countries. They should be grateful for that too! It's time for this country to deport the illegal Dream activists and show the rest of the world that we are a nation of laws once and for all and illegality in all it's forms will never be rewarded. But, the upside is they may find more and better opportunities back in their home countries than if they were allowed to stay here in the U.S. It a win win situation! The U.S. gets illegals out of this country and the other countries get educated citizens back who can help those countries out of their economic morass that causes illegals to come here in the first place.