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Mexico Still Battling Against SB 1070 in Court

Anominus Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 10:43 AM
""Mexico cannot conduct effective negotiations with the United States when the foreign policy decisions of the federal governments are undermined by the individual policies of individual states," lawyers for the Mexican government said in a friend-of-the-court brief." The ones doing the "undermining" are the illegal aliens themselves and the politicians on both sides of the border who encourage Mexican citizens to invade our country without regard for US law.
Anominus Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 10:49 AM
Secure the border: Build a wall and have military guard stations all along it with permission to fire on anyone who attempts to cross.

Take away their reasons for being here: Prosecute businesses which knowingly hire illegal aliens and audit welfare programs to ensure illegals do not have access.

Deport illegals as we find them, particularly those who are revealed during the commission of further crimes, with the sole exception of those committing capital offenses - they should be executed.

Bill the Mexican government for all deportation and incarceration expenses associated with illegal aliens. If they refuse to pay, reduce the number of visas available to Mexican citizens.
The Wolf5 Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 12:54 PM
Idiot! Shoot on sight? Execute repeat criminals? Other than those two insanely stupid remarks, you were making some very good points.

I would add to create a guest worker program to facilitate US businesses' seasonal labor needs. Let's face it, there is some work that even the poorest of Americans won't do.
Anominus Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 10:15 AM
Hang on, buddy. The first point does need to be clarified: I meant anyone who attempts to illegally cross the border after ignoring warnings. This is mainly meant to combat drug smugglers, and those Mexican paramilitary groups which support them, and have fired on our border patrol (who have not been permitted to return fire) from across the line. Give the guards discretion.

I didn't say anything about "execute repeat criminals" - I specified those criminals committing CAPITAL offenses. We do not need to keep Mexican murderers alive, nor should we deport them to a government which is not accountable to its own people, let alone our citizens.

We already have a "guest worker" program - green cards and work (L-1) visas.

It's been more than two years since Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed SB 1070 and six months since the Supreme Court upheld many parts of the law, including allowing local law enforcement authorities to question immigration status after a crime has been committed. Regardless, Mexico is still fighting the legislation in court. The Mexican government has asked the 9th District Court of Appeals to block a piece of the law that prohibits harboring of illegal immigrants, something the Supreme Court did not consider during their ruling last summer. 

Lawyers representing Mexico asked the 9th Circuit Court of...

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