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New Data on Border Crossings Could Change Immigration Debate

sean261 Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 10:16 AM
Extremely easy solution to fix this problem with the existing illegal immigrants: Make a law if you knowingly hire non-citizens to work for you or your business, you immediately lose your license, permit, etc. for 1 year. 2nd offense - 5 years. 3rd offense - forever. If you do that, you will see at least 70% illegals out of work, and vacate positions that can be filled by Americans.
awhite843 Wrote: Apr 17, 2013 10:57 AM
Yep...But who would enforce it?!?!? They don't even enforce the immigration laws that are on the books...These people have destoyed their own country...now they are coming for ours! This is a base that the politicians will NEVER give up...they want more because it guarentees that they will remain in power. Economy de damed! Legal citizens be damed....When will the people realize that the politicians in Washington don;t give a flying F about the true citizens of America. Only how they can line their pockets with more and more. The only one who want Illegals here are the Catholics and Politicians... Seeing how the vast majority would be Catholic (means more money in the coffers and of course the democrat vote!!!

There's a confrontation coming between the Obama administration and Republicans in Congress over the most basic question of immigration reform: How secure is the U.S. border with Mexico?

Not only does the administration not know -- and perhaps doesn't want to know -- but there are signs the border is less secure than some of the most skeptical Republicans thought.

Last year the Border Patrol began experimenting with a new drone-based surveillance system that had been developed for finding Taliban fighters in Afghanistan. Starting in the fall, officials used the radar-based system over a fairly small portion of the Arizona border....