It's unclear why they're stopping at San Diego; why not push 'em a bit further south?
Eight Oregon immigrants and allies left Thursday for San Diego, where they will join hundreds more from around the United States to support at least 150 undocumented deportees attempting to cross back into the country from Mexico.
Note: these aren't "immigrants". They're illegal aliens. So by all means, help them find their way home. They can do plenty of "supporting" down there.
Wearing a T-shirt that read "UNDOCUMENTED; UNAFRAID; UNAPOLOGETIC," Luna explained the effort Thursday afternoon in front of a small group of supporters in the Latino center at Portland State University.
Luna said the border crossing effort is not about immigration reform, which would not benefit those already deported.
"I'm not going to wait until legislation tells me when I can reunite with my family," she said. "We're not playing around, so we're going to take justice and we're going to do what we feel is right.
It's about "feelings", not about our laws.