I just finish reading this article BY RAYMOND DIX and he makes some very interesting points of why we need to secure the border between The United States and Mexico and cleaning up the immigration mess. Raymond said that he wasn’t sure just how to clean the mess up, well Raymond I have the answer on how to clean up the illegal immigration. All illegal immigrants in The United States has already committed a crime. I understand that we don’t have the resources to round all 12 million and perhaps as many as 20 million illegal immigrants so why not allow the police to check ID’s and when they find an illegal arrest him/her then the court should sentence the immigrant to 365 days in jail suspended with two years probation with orders to be out of the Country within 30 days and if they want to come back to get in line and come back legal. Once we start arresting these illegals many of them would decide it’s time to go back home and once the word get out they would think hard and long before taking the change to come to The United States illegal.
Some people will say that we should not arrest them, my answer to them is that the illegal immigrants has already committed a crime so why wait for them to kill someone as a drunk driving, or breaking some other law? So work harder at securing the border and arrest illegal immigrants as we find them would clean up immigration. Anyone have a better idea?
Country needs to clean up immigration mess now
Americans who share a common border with the country that produces the most illegal immigrants, which is Mexico. Hence, we have a problem and national attention to this issue. Finally, the good folks of Arizona became fed up with the once again indisputable fact that our federal government for several administrations now, including the present, has done little to stem the tide of human traffic flowing into border states like Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and California.
Unlike the rest of us, these citizens of our country must absorb enormous financial obligations and burdens for these persons who reside here illegally. In a time of uncertain economic prospects, these states pay for medical, educational, communal (police and fire) and legal expenses for people who often contribute only sales tax revenue — and no income tax — to state treasuries.
The question is what we do to clean up this situation.
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