posted on Dec, 20 2005 @ 06:45 PM
Anything I could come up with would probably take too long to appeal to those who want a solution now, but Ill offer some ideas regardless.
Building upon the free trade system that was established there ought to be some sort of job training/exchange program, where a suitable job market
could be built in the Latin nations, making living there more appealing
One method could be to start an FDResque series of national government projects to better improve the nations that these immigrants are running from -
it would be a two fold thing, prodiving jobs and hopefully improving the overall region these projects take place in. They can range anywhere from
constructing an irrigation system for the vast farmlands, constructing better housing, or highway projects.
Another would be to forge a coalition of sorts dedicated to the eradication of the drug trade, and hopefully diverting the skills many of the
farmers/producers learn throughout their experience to something more productive like true agriculture or pharmacy.
Basically, anything that would allow a reconstruction of the Latin economies and make the region more appealing so that the illegals dont have a
reason to want to come here.
Those are mine, what would you be willing to do other than construct a wall?
Also, it's really comforting that we can talk about these sorts of things without getting sour about it. I understand your position, I really do, but
I can also relate to the situation some of the illegals are in. Some.