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Why Can’t They Deport Obama’s Uncle?

Via CNS News:
The U.S Board of Immigration Appeals has agreed to reopen the immigration case of Onyango Obama, delaying the deportation of the 68-year old Kenyan who violated an order to leave the United States in 1992. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), a division of the Department of Homeland Security, confirmed to on Tuesday that Obama, who is the president’s uncle, was granted a rehearing last week and his case is being re-opened. “The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) remanded the case back to Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) for reconsideration. It is inappropriate for ICE to offer any further comment on this case,” Brian P. Hale, ICE assistant director for public affairs, said in a statement to . .

Since Obama was arrested for a DUI in 2011, I don't know why he should get any special treatment over any other illegal immigrant. If President Obama is worried about his safety once he's sent back to Kenya, he can hire the firm formerly known as Blackwater to guard him. If it's good enough for a no-bid contract in Afghanistan, it should be good enough for Obama's uncle. - Greg Pollowitz

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