Over 200 illegals are now “special-class international students”
The daily gives us a dose of in-your-faceism with an article titled, ASU scholarship program for non-citizens is revived.
Enthusing over the revival of a scholarship fund to benefit illegal students, which flies in the face of the intent of Proposition 300, and requires Arizona college students in this country illegally to pay out-of-state tuition. It further prohibits them from receiving state scholarships.
The paper treats us to these absurdities from overpaid ASU chieftain Michael Crow:
“We’re just trying to be helpful to them because many of them are really great students.”
No word from Crow on what private donor help he intends to extend to the “really great students” who are cash-strapped American citizens.
Crow calls the illegals “special-class international students,” and says, “they are victims of the bad public policy of various countries, including the United States. Not all the students are from Mexico, he said. Some are from China and other countries, and they lack proof of citizenship or legal residency. It turns out somehow they’ve ended up in the United States, and they have citizenship nowhere,” he opined.
You’re wrong, Mr. Crow. They have citizenship in their country of origin, which is where they belong.