I agree with the President's proposal. Our current immigration laws are unenforceable, unworkable, unrealistic and unreasonable. The President's proposal takes a positive first step in the direction of recognizing the reality that American businesses rely heavily on immigrant labor, while being fair to those laborers. It does not go as far as the Left-Wing wants in granting citizenship to illegal aliens. And it does not go as far as the right wingers want in deporting them all. But it is realistic, enforceable, workable and reasonable.
posted on 01/08/2004 1:16:35 PM PST
(My name says Guyin40s but now I have an exotic, daring, new nickname..... Guyin50s)
"I agree with the President's proposal. Our current immigration laws are unenforceable, unworkable, unrealistic and unreasonable."
I'm going to have to ask you to be more detail specific and back up that claim. Name those laws and detail exactly how they are unenforceable, unworkable, unrealistic, and unreasonable.
posted on 01/08/2004 1:37:53 PM PST
How do those boots taste? (The PG version of my first thought).
posted on 01/08/2004 2:23:15 PM PST
(Nuke the U.N!)
Finally, illegals will be forced to contribute their financial responsibility to this country via payroll deductions because hopefully, they will be receiving a check rather than cash under the table.
posted on 01/08/2004 3:57:55 PM PST
It's not enforceable. We can enforce the current laws any time we want and do it very simply. Put those employers who hire these people in jail, and fine them out of business. You'll only need to do a few. They are aiding and abetting the violation of federal laws and should be charged as co-defendats.
posted on 01/11/2004 8:31:30 AM PST
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