"[A]s the House fiddles and change-agents fuss, the "Great Chopper" that is America's immigration bureaucracy continues to disaggregate lives, businesses and dreams, turning them into mourning mush. No, I'm not talking about the immigration-prison/deportation industrial complex which whirs at grotesquely efficient and fevered speeds -- that topic is grist for another post.
Rather, today's blog riffs on the theme of immigration inanity played out in my last post and in several others ("Immigration Good Behavior -- a Riddle Riddled with Riddles," "Immigration Absurdity: You Can Work Here But You Can't Be Here," and "Immigration Indifference - The Adjudicator's Curse").
Today's asininity is all about abandonment, an immigration-agency notion confected, mostly without stakeholder input, by work-shirking bureaucrats rather than through the orderly, judicially-envisioned modus operandi of enacted legislation and promulgated regulations." - Angelo A. Paparelli, Nov. 11, 2013.