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Sunday, February 12, 2006

U.S. Immigration Crackdown Targets Argentine Model

President Bush made it clear in his State of the Union speech that immigration enforcement would be a new priority for the year 2006. Since his approval ratings are down and the public has rejected his 2005 agenda for Social Security, it appears he's latched onto that tried and true method of whipping up popular support -- BLAME THE IMMIGRANTS!

Setting the Right Priorities

And who is the government targeting for deportation? Murders, sex offenders, welfare recipients, muslim radicals? You'd think they'd all be fair game for deportation.

Nope, INS has decided in its infinite wisdom to deport Argentine model and former Playboy Playmate Dora Noemi Kerchen, who has lived in Miami for the last 5 years. In fact, she already had her visa application in the system and was awaiting approval. Let me add to the chorus by asking, what the hell were they thinking? Why don't they start with the undesirables before deporting self-sufficient models who are obviously no drain on the government. Talk about stupid.

As expected, a number of companies that she works with have already filed the paperwork for her visa petition to bring her back to the United States. So the net result of all this will be to seriously disrupt the life of someone who was clearly no threat to the country and not a drain on government resources. In the end she'll be back in Miami after the paperwork goes through. In the meantime, they wasted time deporting her instead of some criminal. Such a waste.



Blogger johnny said...

Since she is a foreign model, she probably has poor morals and deserves to be dispatched back to Argentina. She is lucky she is not being sent to some black hole in Romania, and tortured with mucho volts. I'll meet her at the airport. Maybe she can help me find an apartment in Palermo.

2/12/2006 10:11:00 PM  
Anonymous renata dumitrascu said...

johnny, that was hi-larious!

5/26/2006 02:55:00 PM  

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