As we’ve seen, Obama’s recent amnesty talks have prompted an influx of illegal aliens hopping the border in hopes of being gifted citizenship. Furthermore, it seems that the border states are bursting at the seams so much that Obama has diverted military resources to transfer the excess of illegals to other, more comfortable, locations such as Massachusetts – and now, Virginia.
As it was recently announced in Lawrenceville, Virginia, Obama is planning on using the St. Paul’s College building as a temporary housing facility for over 500 illegal alien unaccompanied minors. Needless to say, the town is none too pleased and even resulted in over 1,000 residents banding together to voice their outrage over the issue at a recent town hall meeting.
As Lawrenceville resident Arron Smith put it, “The people here don’t want to ask you any questions. We really don’t want to hear your selling points. We don’t want to hear your politically correct terms. We talk slow around here. We got a little twang, but talk direct. Let me say this to you as I look square in your eyes. We do not want you here.”
The expected and seemingly mandated future influx of illegal children in the area is putting a strain on the community as a whole. Apparently concerned with the already high levels of drug use and illegal activity that their children are constantly exposed to, parents are worried how much more their kids will be subjected to if the illegal immigrants are brought in.
Furthermore, concerned constituents brought up the added, and unfair, inconveniences it will bring to the town. Suggesting that the town has nothing in it, and resources are about a 20 minute drive away, they wonder where the strategic planning was before deeming such a place an effective and efficient location to dump the illegal children.
What do you guys think though – does the government have the right to impose not only themselves, but foreign nationals on whichever town and society they see fit? Let us know what you think of the whole ordeal in the comments below.