posted on Jun, 10 2014 @ 07:32 PM
After thinking about this the following can be stated:
As sad as it is, and it is very sad, the only real thing to do would be to feed and give them a medical checkup, and then send them back home. Tell
them that the USA is not able to accommodate them. These are children, that are making the trek, not adults. We should not keep them from their
families, nor should the burden of caring, feeding and up keep be put on the backs of the population of the USA. As sad as it is, the reality is that
the country cannot afford a large influx of children, as many would end up either in foster homes or in a far worse situation than where they were.
We should not keep them, as that is wrong, and ultimately they should be home with their families, not living in the shadows, nor should they be
taking such a long and dangerous journey all alone. Send them home and tell them not to return, as they have to understand that coming back will
permanently bar them from every being allowed in the country. It may sound cruel, but that has to be the way it has to be, lest it opens up a
dangerous legal and political door, that once open will set a dangerous precedent, where these children, could end up being preyed on by an unsavory
population or far worse.