roadbikeRob saidI do agree with Sarah Palin 100% about this seriously troubling situation. The conditions that these Hispanic migrant children are currently residing in are disgusting and totally unacceptable. She is finally starting to see the light however I am still somewhat suspicious of her latest actions regarding this issue. I am not a fan of Sarah Palin but at least she sees something horribly wrong and is not afraid to speak her mind. I am waiting for her other social and cultural viewpoints to evolve and to change for the better. We shall see.
^Clearly didn't actually read the story. 1) She wants them all deported immediately, not reunited with the parents and 2) Blames Obama administration for orchestrating this in the first place.
If you read the story, you wouldn't say she's "finally starting to see the light."
Other stories have reported that most of these kids' parents are illegals in the country already. That is why I made the Elian Gonzalez reference, when back then, Republicans did not want the boy returned to his father because he was in Cuba... which brings to light the ugly politics by the Republicans. The determination of where someone should go is a matter of where the Republicans are aligned on an issue and not the need or necessity of the person(s) involved in the situation.