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Originally posted by korathin
reply to post by getreadyalready
No. Either the illegals and their anchor babies go home or their home country joins the Union. No Amnesty without Annexation!
I know a whole bunch of Americans I'd like to trade out.
Send them to Mexico in exchange for the Mexicans who want to come here and work.
We are deporting the wrong people!
There is a quick and simple solution to several difficult questions facing our country, and our political wannabes have not addressed it. Our “Greatest Country in the World” is turning away willing and able work-ers at the border. The papers are loaded with help wanted ads while we spend hardworking taxpayer’s money to send out unemployment checks weekly. We give dutifully and charitably to support the home-less in our communities, but their numbers continue to grow. We pay for more and more people and equipment to patrol our borders, but in the past 200 years, we never thought to build a more permanent barrier, and now there is no funding for it.
I was shocked and embarrassed to find out that we don’t already have a border fence. I guess many of us still think a river will keep our enter-prising enemies from crossing the border. The current state is ludicrous, but I have a solution
We can help our homeless population immensely by getting them into a friendlier climate, revitalize our working class by infusing hard-working, motivated individuals willing to take the most menial jobs and perform them with vigor, and convince Mexico to pay for the border barrier. And, we can do it all while saving administrative costs and taxpayer money.
When we find an illegal immigrant working hard at a construction, factory, or farm job, we should document that individual, help them get legal, educate them about American history and let them take pride in the long heritage of immigrants that have come and built our country. Then, in their place, immediately deport one homeless person to Mexico. Sure it sounds mean, but their weather is better suited for a homeless lifestyle, and it takes far less economic resource to support one’s self in Mexico. From a windy, wintry Chicago street to an Acapulco beach can hardly be considered cruel.