Illegals “Undocumented and Unafraid”

A new slogan has arisen among the millions of illegal aliens in the United States which speaks to how they now view U.S. enforcement of basic immigration law: “Undocumented and Unafraid.”Immigration Activists Demonstrate In Los Angeles

Of course “undocumented” is the prefered word for the mainstream media to use when referring to illegal aliens.

But now these illegal aliens have so little to fear from the Obama Administration when it comes to enforcement, they can openly mock the rule of law by adding they are now unafraid of the consequences of breaking U.S. law.

In 2012 Obama instituted the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), “which gives a work permit and a deportation reprieve to people who were brought to the U.S. as children and stayed illegally,” and since then Governor Brown has been doing all he can to make illegals’ California experience one that is on par with the experience of legal immigrants and natural born citizens.

Brown has taken the word “alien” out of  California’s labor code, “signed legislation allowing [illegals] in high school to serve as election poll workers” and has fought to defend the “rights” of illegals who are minors when they are involved “in civil suits.” Under Brown, California also legalized driver’s licenses for people in the country and state illegally.

Because of these things, Karla Estrada–a 24-year-old beneficiary of DACA–says “Yes, I’m undocumented and so what?”

And Estrada says she has no plans to go quietly if immigration officials ever come for her:

If they are going to deport me, they are going to have a very bad taste in their mouth. I’m going to call this person, this organization, this lawyer. I’ll get on Facebook … Twitter. I’m going to do a media circus. I’m going to stay in this country.

So what?  Wonder what the Obama Administration would do if millions of Americans decided to take the same attitude towards paying taxes? Or abiding by their massive environmental regulations.  Firing squads no doubt.