Here's an example of what drives some people stark, raving nuts about the immigration situation in our country. Even in a state as conservative as Indiana, there is a movement to give driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. If you talk to local law-enforcement officials, they'll tell you the federal government won't even come for a single illegal -- if there isn't a busload, forget it. At a time when there is a legitimate fear of terrorists sneaking into the country, our borders are more porous than ever. It's just out of control, and the people who should be doing something about it can't or won't.
Yet here's this one, unsuspecting teenager, brought into this country when he was 8, always thought he was an American but now learns he's an illegal alien. And gets tossed into jail while it's all sorted out by a bunch of dim-witted bureaucrats who say they're just following the law. "What did I do wrong?" the kid asks. Well, for one thing, kid, you probably aren't considered a representative of a big voting bloc.