One subtext of the reactions was confusion. 'Why', they seemed to be asking, 'would the administration bother to go to all the trouble to try to deport them, including appealing decisions etc all the way up to the Supreme Court, and then drop the whole case?"
My answer is that that makes perfect sense, looked at from their perspective. This case, to this administration, was never about one family. One more illegal immigration family? Who cares.
So the German governments request that this family be sent back makes perfect sense. They don't care less about the state of education of the children (they have acknowledged that homeschoolers are well educated) and they don't really care if one family is raised outside the governments control (after all, German's who live outside Germany have their children in all sorts of systems). No, their decision to prosecute this family made sense in the same way the Berlin wall made sense. It's OK to have people try to opt out, but it must be seen to be costly. If you make it easy everyone will leave.
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But for both of them there was no actual need to have the family sent back. Imagine the scene: Fox News and every Christian, Homeschooling, and Libertarian blogger would be there as the US government thugs escorted the crying family onto the plane, and as the German government thugs (now there's a scene that would bring back history) escorted them off, stripping the children from their parents, and sending them away to the Schullag Archipegelo that is statist German education.
No, this is perfect. The law is in place. Homeschooling is not a right, it is a privilege that can be revoked whenever government decrees that anyone is straying too far out of line. And yet, missing their television scene, the sheeple will keep sleeping.
Congratulations Team Obama, you might have lost the Ukraine Scenario, but you won a marvelous victory over a German homeschooling family. We are all so proud of you.
 Child seized from a plane leaving Sweden and stripped from his parents for the horrendous crime of being homeschooled.
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