Deport missing soldiers wife? Unbelievable

Posted: 6/21/2007 by Floyd in
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Here is one hard to believe and it concerns the wife of Spec. Alex Jimenez, who is from the Dominican Republic, Jimenez has been missing since May 12, Jimenez had petitioned for a green card for his wife, Yaderlin whom he married in 2004. "It just strikes me as unbelievably inappropriate and indecent for the wife of a current, second-tour Purple Heart winner who is now missing in action to be living under this kind of cloud," Kerry said in a conference call with reporters. *Thank you John Kerry.*
The couple's attorney, Matthew Kolken, said Yaderlin illegally entered the United States from the Dominican Republic in 2001. He said he is worried that if Jimenez does not make it back from Iraq, his wife could face deportation proceedings at a later date.
Apparently this is not going to happen, what boils me is why it ever happened? The powers that be are pushing to allow millions of illegals to become citizens and how we got from that to trying or even thinking about deporting a wife of one of our military (who happens to be a POW as we speak) who are fighting and dying in Iraq is beyond me? I'm speechless you decide.
Kerry asks for compassion in immigration case of soldier's wife - International Herald Tribune

7 comments:

  1. Tjis sounds crazy, just who is running this country and this war... most important, just who are they for?

  1. Floyd says:

    This one sounded crazy when I read it and I just kept thinking about Bush and his cronies pushing this immigration legislation, and Reid and Kennedy oh yeah and McCain. I am glad you came by and got to read the story cause this is one the main-stream
    will probably bury.

  1. baabaanne says:

    [Beth is scratching her head, trying to figure out what the heck this gang in D.C. is doing]

    Do they know? Or care?

  1. Floyd says:

    It sure do make one wonder???

  1. Sally says:

    This is beyond unbelievable!

  1. Leo says:

    It's unbelievable and completely retarded, much like the Bush administration.

  1. Floyd says:

    You guys got it figured, the sad part is that us who are utilizing the Internet are getting a lot of the news. The Americans out there who depend on the main-stream media like CNN and Fox and others are getting about half of the stories that are really affecting America. They talk about the immigration reform, blah,blah,blah, but stories like this they sweep under the rug. They preach 'amnesty' but try to deport a POW's wife.