Saturday, September 18, 2010

In Spanish - From Mexico City - Obama and the DREAM Act


Vamos a ver si es verdad.


AFP y Reuters
 

Viernes 17 de septiembre de 2010, p. 25
Washington, 16 de septiembre. El presidente estadunidense, Barack Obama, prometió todo su apoyo para lograr la próxima semana los votos que permitan aprobar una ley de regularización de jóvenes estudiantes indocumentados, conocida como Dream Act, durante una reunión este jueves con congresistas hispanos.
Discutimos con el presidente cómo usar su oficina, su autoridad y poder para trabajar con el Senado en busca de los votos que permitan pasar a debate final la Dream Act, explicó Nydia Velázquez, representante demócrata, tras la reunión con Obama.

Dream Act es un proyecto de ley que abre una vía de legalización a jóvenes indocumentados en Estados Unidos que están en condiciones de entrar en la universidad, o que estarían dispuestos a enrolarse en las fuerzas armadas al término de sus estudios superiores...link

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

No to dream act, if they came ilegal to this country their parents can take responsability for them, firt give better education and financial help to real US Citizens, who parents (US Citizens) work hard to give a good education to their children.

HEIDE said...

Yes, to the Dream Act. As long as the illegal people have a clean record they should have the same opportunity to pursue their dreams. Its a win win situation. :)

Anonymous said...

Yes to the Dream Act. We are willing to continue our studies and work hard for what we believe!! It's not our fault for our parents choices! We have a voice too and it should be heard. :)

Anonymous said...

Yes,to the Dream Act,I suport the Dream Act, because Our country need this students and they need a country."In Gog We Trust."

Anonymous said...

to anonymus, do not be an idiot there are many great chances for us citizens, but some of them rather drop out of school than continue education so that is no one's but their own, do not blame illegal for your stupid mistakes.

theeLt. said...

"No Dream Act" Out of all the comments yours was a bit choppy. Is this an example of a "real US citizen" who should receive better education, rather than assist us? I can honestly say you're ignorance has suprisingly, without a doubt, become idiotic. This country has been built on immigrants and we have the potential to make this country even better. Let's start making this happen already!

Anonymous said...

Some students came into this country in a legal manner, and due to lack of knowledge in the english language, were condemned to lose their visa. It is not their fault that they were young and couldn't tell their parents what to do to apply for residence in the U.S. I hope you think about that, and compare those illegal students who sacrifice so much more, to all the junkies, drop outs, and criminals that are US Citizens and waste such valuable opportunities others could have.

Anonymous said...

Some students came into this country in a legal manner, and due to lack of knowledge in the english language, were condemned to lose their visa. It is not their fault that they were young and couldn't tell their parents what to do to apply for residence in the U.S. I hope you think about that, and compare those illegal students who sacrifice so much more, to all the junkies, drop outs, and criminals that are US Citizens and waste such valuable opportunities others could have.

Anonymous said...

can't wait for the day the dream act is pass, it will change the whole nation in a postive way, there is so many talented students that will help here, probably finding solution to diseases, new ideas. ect....

Anonymous said...

No to the Dream Act this is a horrible idea. To bad that their parents made a wrong choice, but this would only encourage more people to bring in their children to go to school here. We can't even afford for us and how are we going to afford for illegals? They are illegal for a reason meaning no rights. We should apply all the rules that other countries apply to illegals. I AM BORN HERE and I have had to make a loan to pay for college instead of using this money for illegals give it to us who DESERVE it.

Anonymous said...

yes to the dream act! i can not wait for it to be passed. i suffer,having restrictions as to what i do in life due to that im not a "legal" person here in the united states. i lived in texas for the past 17 years of my life and call the united states MY COUNTRY rather to mexico where i was born. I sometimes have to bite my tongue when remarks are made in my class about immigration and how us that are trying to maje a better life shouldnt have an opportunity . I am currently in my second year of college and want to better myself and not struggle like my parents are doing right now. i would love for this act to pass and not only better the lives of those who reside here but to better the united states as well.

Anonymous said...

YES TO THE DREAM ACT!!!!!! ignorant people are selfish and dont see how much us immigrant students need the help!I wouldn't ask for financial aid, all i need would be scholarships for rewarding everything ive accomplished at school.WE ALL HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THIS COUNTRY SO LET US SUCCEED AS WELL.(:

Anonymous said...

yes ,to dream act a cada persona se le debe dar la oprtunidad de estudiar y ser porque con que cara vienen a decir que hay delicuencia si no se le brinda la oportunidad de ser alguier and yes ,to dream act

Anonymous said...

YES, to DREAM ACT. We also have dreams and want to succeed in life. We do no harm to this country, we all want a better life and education. :)

Anonymous said...

I see a lot of negative comments and that is sad.I am a born US citizen My kids have college degrees including one with a PHD and I will love to see the Dream Act pass.There are so many young people attending Universities working hard and yet their future is so uncertain..Give them a chance they all deserve it

Anonymous said...

Yes!!!!!!! , To the DREAM ACT .Every one is here to get better i believe the government should give us that since most of their cities are mainly built by hardworking minimum wage illegal immigrants who are willing to work their jobs in since they don't like working in bad conditions unlike immigrants has to work to support their families like.

Anonymous said...

YESSS!!!!!!!!! TO THE DREAM ACT IM A 21 YEARS OLD LIVING HERE IN DALLAS TX FOR 6 YEARS WORKING REALLY HARD GETTING A LOT OF EXPERIENCE IN THE WORKING PLACE FOR SOMETIMES EVEN LESS THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE IM NOT COMPLAINING BECAUSE I CAN PAY MY COLLEGE BILLS AND EVERITHING ELSE I WORK 6 DAYS A WEEK 12 HOURS A DAY AND IM WAITING VERY EXITED FOR THIS DREAM TO COME TRUE TO MAKE MY PARENTS PROUD OF ME TO LET THEM KNOW THAT ALL THE EFFORT THEY DID FOR ME AND MY SISTER ARE GOING TO PAY OFF. WORKING LEGALLY ITS GOING TO MAKE ME SLEEP BETTER AT NIGHT DREAMING FOR A RELIABLE FUTURE AHEAD KNOWING WHERE IM GOING TO BE FOR THE NEXT MONTH NOT BEENING AFRAID OF ANY ATTORITY IN THIS WONDERFUL COUNTRY I WENT TO HIGH SCHOOL AND I USE TO SAY THE AMERICAN PLEDGE EVERY DAY I WAS PROUD OF IT AND I RESPECT AND OBEY EVERY LAW THAT I KNOW OF I DONT SMOKE I DONT STEAL I DONT SAY ANY BAD WORDS IM A CHRISTIAN PERSON IM SURE THAT THIS IS GOING TO HELP THE ECONOMY.
THE 8% OF UNEMPLOYEMENT IN THE U.S. IS THE ONE THAT IS REGISTERED IN THE DATA BASE WE AS ILLIGAL DONT COUNT MANY TIMES BECAUSE WE DON HAVE THE RIGH. SO THAT MEANS PEOPLE WHO DONT HAVE JOB IS GETTING A CHECK FROM THE TAXES THAT I PAY EVERY YEAR SO IM NOT TAKING ANY BODIES MONEY AND THE DREAM ACT IS OFFERING A 2 YEAR PERMIT TO WORK TO PAY FOR COLLEGEOR TO LIVE A BETTER LIFE THE UNEMPLOYEMT RATE IS VERY LOW COMPARED TO OTHER COUNTIES AND IM SURE IF THOSE 8% LOOK VERY HARD FOR ONE THEY ARE GOING TO FIND IT.
''GOD BLESS AMERICA''