Wow. You wrote this as if it were a bad consequence of E-Verify: “So we get them unemployed and they collect government assistance. “ The implication is that they would be getting government assistance that they would not get if they were not unemployed. That implication is totally false. Admit you were wrong, and move on. It happens. No big deal.
But for the record, since illegal aliens do NOT qualify for unemployment, welfare or EITC, and since E-Verify will strip away excuses for hiring illegal aliens, millions of illegal aliens will move back to Mexico, once they don’t have jobs. Not all of them, so we need to do more. But millions will leave. We know this because 2 million illegal aliens have gone home since the economic downturn.
Just because one measure doesn’t completely cure the problem doesn’t mean that someone wouldn’t have to be a complete idiot to criticize the program for “not working.” Which makes me highly suspicious, since I see you’ve also been recently asserting that Romney is no better than Obama. Romney sucks, but saying he’s no better than Obama is as completely retarded and counter-productive as saying that Jimmy Olson is no better than Lex Luther.
Are you a troll; or a complete, unhinged, drooling moron? Neither? Than quit acting like one.
I might ask if you are a troll. You insult me because I don’t agree with you 100% I am a moron. No wait a drooling moron. Why don’t you grow up and admit other people don’t agree with you all the time. Even if I did admit I was wrong you would still insult me like you did above. How do you expect to get anyone to agree with you when you are so abrasive.
And personally I do think Romney sucks. In my opinion base on what I have have seen of his past he is no better then O’Dumby. I hold out little hope for our country because of politicians like him control the republican side. But what does this have to do with the argument about E-verify, nothing. It is obvious that you are not a very good debater and just want to shove your idea down my throat.
AND ONCE AGAIN I SAY THAT I AGREE WITH E-VERIFY, BUT THINK IT DOES NOT GO FAR ENOUGH.