Once again, Mike, you make a long-winded post about assumptions of what I meant.
Political ? Duh yeah! Of course it's political,.... and national,.... and international,..... and it can also be personal. It can be a lot of things to a lot of people.
And of course I read the article. However, assuming otherwise and missing the point, shows that it's not me that has a lack of reading skill.
And I would say it's not Trump and that's a poor excuse. You know very well that this has been going on long before he ever announced running for President.
MY POINT is,... when the USA deports "undocumented people", they are not portrayed as "Illegals" or law breakers by many on the left (who by doing so make it political-see the connection ?). Hence the word "undocumented" so often used by the left and the left-leaning media. When the USA is doing the EXACT SAME THING, as Canada did, it is viewed as a bad thing and rarely by those on the right (again making it political). You may have noticed that those of us on the right still prefer to call them "Illegal aliens". But, when Canada does the exact same thing THE US does, they are simply portrayed as just deporting people who are "Illegal aliens" and should not be in their country.
So if you don't like that it's political, then take your complaint to your leftist friends and media who don't want to call it what it is.
And, if you stop trying to muddy the waters in an attempt to change the direction of the post just to refute it,.... you might actually get the point of my post. After all, it really is simple - USA deports illegals = bad. Canada deports illegals = who cares ?
Or, maybe that's all too simple a concept.