posted on Sep, 15 2003 @ 12:19 PM
When I was in, we had people from Canada, Scotland, The Wst Indies, and pacific Island who did not posses american citizenship. Recruiters dont care,
they want bodies to make thier quotas. The problem there is communication. They didnt speak english worth a #, a problem that could prove disaterous,
as I have seen it become.
They need to tighten up who enters and who doesnt period. Not just take any breathing corpse off the street. At the very least, they should have a
valid greencard, and be able to speak clear coherent English.
This guy, however, already got through, already served in the army. So, its a little late to deport him. He stays. Anyone else in the army should
recieve blanket immunity if they have served.
However, they really need to tighten up who gets in and not. What if say, a terrorist got in illegally, joined the army so he could gain acess to some
nasty stuff, and use it against other soldiers, or even civilians?
This guy should be let off the hook tho. Everyone who is in thats illegal should be checked out for background, and if they are cool, then let em
stay. Its a little late now to be enforcing our weak and pathetic immigration laws.