Joe Biden thinks that those who break the law need to be granted the “dignity and respect they deserve.” Too bad he doesn’t feel that way about the hard working American taxpayer.
Speaking at the Conference on the Americas on Wednesday in Washington, D.C., Biden told attendees from countries throughout the Western Hemisphere that every nation has to make “tough choices.”
“In the United States, it means reforming our immigration system and 11 million undocumented men, women and children being able to come out of the shadows and be full participants in American life,” Biden said. “Imagine that – the dignity.
“My father would say, ‘it’s all about dignity,” Biden said. “Granting them the dignity and respect they deserve.”
Biden said not doing so would be disrespectful to the people living throughout the Americas.
“Because not doing that, it’s hard to make the case in my view, to six hundred million people in the hemisphere, that we genuinely respect you all,” Biden said. “When we do not show respect for 11 million people here in America who hail from the very countries we talk about respecting. (Read More)
Does the Mexican government treat illegal immigrants in its country with dignity and respect?