Absolutely they should be deported. One makes a choice by...

Absolutely they should be deported.

One makes a choice by committing a crime and there are consequences for that kind of choice.

Let's be fair, if there was a wave of crime being committed by foreign nationals living in Haiti, would you not be in support of them being deported to their countries as well?

The US is already taken so many immigrants as it is, why would it want to keep people here that are not productive or a threat to the community.

You don't want your ass to be deported, become a naturalized US citizen, then again you should have no criminal record to start with. So sad but too bad.
Rainman

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