Yes, they should be deported along with the illegal adult that brought them here. If it were a true matter of asylum, etc., for which our Constitution was written, it would be different. It is only a matter of one country's citizens trying to take financial advantage of our country because they cannot or will not demand of their own government a decent living. The illegal children become adults and our irresponsible government will try its best, (or worst) to make them legal citizens, thereby granting them privileges and jobs denied citizens born in this country.
I have tried all my life to not be prejudiced toward any race, but the negligence of past and present governments of this country have me wondering every time I see a Latin or Middle East person, if they are here legally and who is out of work because they are here.
It is my belief that the DREAM program should be offered to our legal citizens first and that if not for the millions of illegals in this country, we would not have any problems with unemployment or shortages of taxes to run our country as we have in the past.
-- Jim Young, Richland