No, this isn’t a headline from the Onion, although it should be. The Washington Times reports that the Department of Homeland Security has set up hotlines for illegals with complaints about how closely federal agents have adhered to the provisions of Obama’s new guidelines on “enforcement priorities.”

Illegals will have a hotline on which to complain about the three agencies they typically deal with as they commit their crime of entering and remaining in the country illegally. Readers are no doubt aware that this is now a lengthy and increasingly complicated process for everyone involved. The opportunities for dissatisfaction on the part of the illegal customer have no doubt expanded over the past several years. Says TWT:

The department alerted “stakeholders” last week of three complaint hotlines: one for CBP, which oversees the Border Patrol; one for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which handles immigration laws in the nation’s interior; and one for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which is poised to handle the millions of amnesty applications expected to be filed. …

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