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Illegal immigrants (law breakers) can now get licenses to practice law in the state of California (lawyers uphold and represent the laws in the books). Does this prove that things are upside down and backwards in America?

Illegal immigrants (law breakers) can now get licenses to practice law in the state of California (lawyers uphold and represent the laws in the books). Does this prove that things are upside down and backwards in America?
  • Illegals holding law licenses

    This one takes the cake! It does not matter if society or the government feels sorry for any and every illegal who is living in America illegally. If they have not taken the proper steps to become a citizen, and are in fact NOT yet a citizen, then they are still here illegally. No amount of emotion can change that fact.
    Now California is going to reward the lawbreaker and allow him to practice and represent law. Law abiding American citizens who break or violate the law get punished. So the message here is being heard loud and clear: Come to America illegally and get free benefits, education, and rewarded for your crimes. This is unprecedented IGNORANCE!

  • They are not as Illegal as you may think

    Illegal" Immigrants are only considered illegal because they were not registered when they came into the country. Can you blame them if the only reason they came the America is because they wanted a better life? They know that our unemployment rate is very, and I mean VERY high. But they came here anyway because they believed that people would accept them no matter if the came here "illegally" or not. I believe they should be given a shot at law just as much as any other true American. They deserve a chance.

  • They are illegal!!!!!

    If illegal immagrants can just get a job anywhere with out being a citizen(especially in law)than why do we have a border. Might as well just be joint countries with Mexico. Illegal means that they are breaking the law,so why should they be able to practice law. It's isn't logical.


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