Speaking out against this is hate.
Tan, a housewife who lives with Jay Mercado, her registered domestic partner, and their 12-year-old twin sons - all citizens - faced deportation to the Philippines in April until that order was blocked by special legislation sponsored by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Hillsborough, had earlier obtained a three-week stay of the order.
"It was horrible - it was as if the world came down on me," Tan said by telephone Friday as she was visiting the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum with her family...
"The thought of being separated from my family, my boys, because they're my life, my everything," Tan said. "There should be equality. This is what I believe America should stand for. ... Families shouldn't be torn apart."
Source (picked up off of News of the west blog, on my blog roll)
But what if a little White girl wants to stay?
But Hubert and Agnes Bledniak's daughter, who has been in the U.S. since she was 2 years old, faces getting thrown out of America if she doesn't "voluntarily leave" the country by July 23.
If she doesn't go "home" to Poland — a country she hasn't seen since she was a baby — on her own, she'll be sent back involuntarily and not allowed to return for 10 years.
Source (From Kentuckyanna True news, on my blog roll)
So where is the congressional intervention for this family? Because they aren't homosexual or brown, none will be forthcoming. So I ask again:
Is this a government looking out for OUR interests?