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The Time For Meaningful Immigration Reform Is Now

Andy544 Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 3:53 PM
Final comment... I challenge the 1st sentence of this column, which (to put it kindly) is INCORRECT. The author writes, "America has lived for at least two decades with a broken immigration system". WRONG. America has lived, since the early 1980's, with a power elite in Washington DC that has failed to uphold its duty, under the Constitution of the United States, to defend and protect the BORDERS of this country and uphold immigration law. The immigration laws are not 'broken'; the PROBLEM is the immigration laws have not been enforced and upheld!! This column was just more AMNESTY 'spiel'...
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 5:42 PM
WestTexan Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 4:42 PM
ditto. We don't have a broken "system", we have a system which is ignored. The problem of immigration began with Fat Ted's reconstruction work in '64/'65.

America has lived with a broken immigration system for at least two decades. It’s wreaked havoc in our border states and created a frustrating lawlessness that is untenable.

It's true that our country embarked on a discussion of civil rights from the late fifties through the early seventies, but for 20 years we have failed to pass any meaningful immigration reform legislation.

While there are myriad proposals floating through Washington, D.C., with regard to immigration reform, they fall into three general categories:

· Those who rant and pledge to oppose all proposals because they stand for “the rule of law.”...