worf; he's been confused for over 4 years.
Touring the Mexican border? Illegals?Someone moves into your house,
unpacks, eats your food, uses your stuff, and you debate if it's ok? Our
commander in chief is confused on what to do?
I'm glad they will be putting an emphasis on more border security before
doing anything else with immigration reform. But somehow, the idea of ever
giving any reward to anyone for doing something illegal, no matter how long ago,
that they knew was illegal when they did it, doesn't seem right. Just because it takes a long time to immigrate legally is not a justifiable
reason for skipping the legal process and breaking the law by sneaking over our
borders and waiting for the next amnesty package. I'm sure that rewarding
those who did so is going to really stick in the craw of those who are currently
trying to do it right, under the legal process, even though it takes time and
patience.I also hope they will include something in their new
immigration reform bill to ensure that any future illegal aliens will never,
under any circumstances, be granted amnesty, and will unquestionably be heavily
fined and deported whenever caught, instead of tending to keep giving in every
so many years with these new amnesty packages. We need to do so to eliminate any
additional motivation to future lawbreakers, and always follow a legal process.
Solution. All illegals back to their home country, where ever that is. Then, the
jobs that supposedly Americans wont do, we let those that are on welfare have a
job. Then you are giving a man or woman a "hand UP" instead of a
"handout". Everyone wins!
With 20 million adults age 18-64 with low skills (high school diploma or less)
and 500,000 teens age 15-17 out of work, one has to wonder why we need to import
another 200,000 workers.Is it an effort to continue to depress wages?Or is it the old lie that there are jobs Americans won't do?
I wonder if they boodled across for a couple hours to get cheap prescriptions