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Is the Border Secure? This Administration Has No Idea

None1257 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 6:38 PM
Can you "secure the border"? The East Berlin regime, put up a pretty impressive wall and shot people they saw trying to go to West Berlin. And that did not stop East Berliners from getting into West Berlin. So, what makes you believe that our wall be successful? And the East Berlin government did not have to be worried about drug smugglers. Do you really believe a wall is going to stop them from bringing their product into this country? And if they can b ring their product into this country, then illegals can also use the same tactic to come to this country, can't they? And what happens, if the drug syndicates decide that is still another way to make money, by helping those who want to enter illegally?
dmacleo Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 7:47 PM
that wall worked. nothing is 100%. but cowards here are afraid to do it.

If Congress passes comprehensive immigration reform, it will depend on the Obama administration to enforce the law. How might that work?

A glimpse of the future came recently, when the House Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security held a little-noticed hearing titled “Measuring Outcomes to Understand the State of Border Security.”

Immigration reform depends on a secure border. Nearly every lawmaker pushing reform, and certainly every Republican, stresses that the border must be proved secure before millions of currently illegal immigrants can be placed on a path to citizenship.

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