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A Losing Immigration Strategy

Robert170 Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 12:03 PM
Pure Bull, Mr. Chapman. I don't know where you get that idea of harsh enforcement (that's a fantasy, Sir), and that harsh border security(. Borders are as porous as a they have ever been. DO SOME RESEARCH,. I know you wont because you Liberal fools never do, just spout LaLaLand nonsense. That was and IS the problem! When we had CIR (Amnesty) in 1986, it was promised to be the last time. Borders were to be secured, visa tracking system in place (THAT was supposed to have been done, by LAW, 1990, here it is 2012 and STILL no visa tracking!) and enforcement stepped up. Never happened. There's STILL money for the fence being spent for everything but a fence. Now YOU stupid dolts want to play that silly game, AGAIN? UH UH!
Everyone in Washington is showing new interest in immigration reform. President Barack Obama needs to do something to cement the loyalty of Hispanics, who did so much to re-elect him. Republicans seem to grasp that they had better soften their hard line unless they want to forfeit any hope with Latinos and Asian-Americans.

Both sides also agree that a balanced, two-part approach is in order: stricter enforcement and improved border security on one hand and a pathway to legalization on the other. It's an excellent plan -- except for that first part.

To say we need more enforcement to seal the border is...