'Illegal immigrants': Consider those who belong here
I SPENT Wednesday afternoon in Marlton, N.J., trying to prevent a father of two little boys from being deported. Success in this type of scenario is relative, since keeping someone from being sent home in handcuffs doesn't mean that the trauma to the family is erased or diminished. There is the Damoclean sword that still hangs above its collective head, with no definite hour set for the final plunging. But at least there is the warm body that gets to stay, for an indefinite while, with loved ones.