The border needs to be secure--and please do not tell me a fence is a
"cartoon solution." It worked in San Diego, it works in Israel, and it
works at the White House. There is no other way to prevent the
kleptocracies of Latin America and the cartels of human traffickers from abusing
the children of their own countries in this way. Why are they sending their
children here? To make money. It is so much easier to send massive waives of
emigrants to the United States (who send billions of dollars back home every
year) than it is to build laws and Governments that would help them unleash
their own potential. We need to secure the border, both to
maintain our own sovereignty and to protect the children of Latin America from
their own leaders.
If people really cared about keeping families together, we'd protect our
border. Partial familes/children wouldn't come and illegally immigrate to
our country and be separated from their families if we didn't allow illegal
immigration.Protect families!Protect the border!
Two things need to happen ASAP...1). The deportation hearings need
to be shortened and expedited down to a few days from the many months it
currently takes. When those minors show back up in their home countries so
quickly, others will then become too discouraged to also try it.2).
Every dollar it takes to process and care for these minors needs to immediately
be subtracted from the annual foreign aid the country of origin receives. That
will motivate those effected governments to immediately get involved to dissuade
more from coming.When there is enough will to make something happen,
a way will be found. We need politicians with more will.
@lib1:"The border needs to be secure--and please do not tell me a
fence is a 'cartoon solution.'"What good is a fence
when border patrol agents take all illegal comers into custody giving them room
and board, a change of diapers, and a free airline or bus ticket to a relative
or someone in this country who'll agree to take them in?Furthermore, sixty percent of illegals come here on visas but forget to go
home when the visa expires. What good would a fence be to solve that
problem?@Chris B:"If people really cared about keeping
families together, we'd protect our border."Barack Hussein
Obama absolutely wants to keep families together. His plan: First let the
children come in by the hundreds of thousands, then they can get in touch with
their parents (and extended families) to get them here as well. Voila!
Families are together. This is his idea to get a few million new democrat votes
so democrats can run the government for many years to come.
We must remember that this is a crisis Obama created.
Obama wants to change America.We're becoming what Mexico is
today:* huge national debt* weakened healthcare* arming
drug cartels while disarming law abiding citizens.* increased poverty
I wonder if a part of what is contributing to this problem is the way we have
handled the immigration question in the church.
California voted Obama. Not Texas, and Arizona.