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originally posted by: HauntWok
a reply to: g146541
Yeah, that didn't work out well for Hitler. Death camps and genocide. Not a good solution.
Maybe another solution that isn't extermination?
And don't talk cartels either, those are American citizens creation. If Americans didn't buy their product they wouldn't be in business.
I got another idea, how about not buying products or services from companies that employ illegals?
Fine the businesses that employ illegals out of business. Confiscate property from people who rent to illegals. No work, no place to live, they will go home.
Imprison them for ten years hard labor then deport them.
Repeat offenders get shot.
originally posted by: g146541
Criminals are in fact sub human, I think you are just sensationalizing things abit.
Helious, these people are not showing up in cars on proper entries into the country.
There are two thousand miles of border and they are simply walking across or climbing a small fence.
They come in, undetected.
They're not here to harm us, they are here to eat, work and live. To survive.
What makes it a humanitarian crisis? Have any proof other than just spitting out those words?
originally posted by: muse7
This is not the biggest threat to America. Stop lying to yourself.
This is a humanitarian crisis plain and simple.
I view the corporate take over of American politics as the biggest threat to the nation since the war of 1812, what about a for-profit prison system?
I know that a lot of people don't like to hear this, but there are far more worrying issues right now. I'm not saying that this is not a problem because it is, but to paint this issue as the biggest threat to America in it's history is hyperbole.