posted on Apr, 8 2016 @ 03:30 AM
a reply to: Sublimecraft
I find your first part of your post spot on as well put.
where I differ and people seem to miss is that it isnt a wall , enforce immigration laws, and employer laws .
It is a combination OF ALL OF THEM AND MORE.
For example if you have say an infestation of rats do you just kill them? Or just plug access holes? Put food away in containers?
No you do all three and monitor where you have to apply more effort.
Same for immigration you have to secure the borders, PUNISH those who knowingly hire illegal immigrants, ENFORCE the law for using E-verify (or
similar system), and deport those you catch.
then see where you need to apply more effort .
The second issue I respectfully disagree is this idea of helping their native lands so they want to stay.
If we have the ability to help WITHOUT SACRIFICING RESOURCES OF OUR OWN CITIZENS then I am ok with that.
But he cold hard truth is if it is a choice between my family/county/citizens and somewhere else FAMILY/USA/CITIZENS WIN.
I am sorry for (ex) mexico but if they cannot or IMO WILLNOT deal with their own problems then that's on them.
Before the inevitable backlash to my last point ask yourself this HONEST QUESTION.
Are you willing say to quit your job that supports your family and take a job that cuts your pay/benefits significantly so someone here illegally (or
in numbers our economy cant sustain legally)?
If not then WHAT IN HADES GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO TELL ME I (OR ANYONE ELSE HAS TO)?