Why Not Send These Kids Back Like Elian?

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Elian Gonzalez — happily ensconced in a genuine relative’s home in south Florida in Miami — was taken by armed US agents under the orders of Janet El Reño and flown back to a communist country to be with his oppressed worker father, Juan Gonzalez. So Elian was reunited with Juan Gonzalez. There was no way little Elian was going to be able to stay here.

They had to send him back, because families had to be together. Families had to be reunited. Now, Juan Gonzalez was a political case. It was a way for Clinton and Janet Reño to make their bones with their base, as it were, and that’s exactly what Obama’s doing with immigration the other way. Do you know, folks, that some of these unaccompanied children from El Salvador or Ecuador and Guatemala are being flown here?

And do you know that at the point they’re being picked up and flown here, the trip to the United States is longer than the trip to take them back home, and yet they’re still coming here? And Obama says he’s not gonna change his strategy. This immigrant surge will not produce any change or even a reassessment. “The White House is not planning to reassess its strategy for handling thousands of unaccompanied minors streaming across the border amid mass protests.”

In fact, “White House press secretary Josh Earnest said he had not spoken to President Obama about protests in California…” It’s not even big enough for the press secretary to ask the president what to say about it if he’s asked. You’ve got massive protests in Southern California, and they’re gonna be popping up in Texas and Arizona and other places, and the president’s press secretary says, “Eh, I haven’t even asked him about it.



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