Skip to comments.Rounding up all illegals "not realistic"
Posted on 09/11/2004 2:25:38 PM PDT by MARK4
The nation's border czar yesterday said it is "not realistic" to think that law-enforcement authorities can arrest or deport the millions of illegal aliens now in the United States and does not think the American public has the "will ... to uproot" those aliens.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
Okay, fine. Seal the borders, then. Mine them and put the National Guard on the U.S. Mexican border.
Personally, the "border czar" (what an asinine title) here needs to be deposed and replaced with someone willing to do his damned job.
Viva la Reconquista
Viva la Raza
Viva la Aztlan
Viva los mojados
We dun fight back - we are tostados
see I tink
This is the same loser who said recently that the borders are secure.
This guy wouldn't know realism from what he sees on TV even if someone shoved the paper weights on his desk up his pompous A$$.
No, they can't. Our Sheriff's department chases them all over my woods on our farm and have yet to catch one. The illegals come to TN by the droves to work tobacco. They work all day in the tobacco fields and steal all night. I don't know when they sleep. It's normal to see flashlights in my woods at night and we don't even farm anymore. When we questioned it we were told it was deputies chasing illegal Mexicans. Boy, can they run! There's no way our big 200lb deputies can catch those wiry little 120lb Mexicans. LOL
BTW, we don't have trouble out of the legal workers, just the illegals. The legals are all hard workers and do work local people won't do.
Yes, it is just too hard to keep them from visiting our hospitals, schools, and welfare offices. It is too hard to keep them from sending their earnings home that they have paid no witholding on. It is just too hard to keep them out of our drivers license offices and off the street corner offering their drugs. Well, in my opinion, it is just too hard keeping a border czar, whatever that is, on the payroll for doing nothing.
Rounding up and deporting is not the way to go. We have to streamline the process to enter the country for those who should be here and make it more difficult for those who shouldn't be here to enter.
How do we do that?
1. Empower the border patrol to take proactive action at the border and put the military there. Let's stop putting our troops in ungrateful countries like Germany, and put them on our own border.
2. Attack the mexican lobby head on. Drop the PCness and take an aggressive stance. If some calls you racist, who cares? You push back twice as hard. Stop running away from conservatism. We've let them change the debate from "Why are you entering our country in the first place?" to "How can we let these people suffer once they're here?"
3. Get rid of the red tape it takes to get into this country. There a many legitimate people waiting to get into this country to work, raise a family, etc. I happen to know first hand how difficult it is, as my wife is not from the U.S. and it was a nightmare. The embassies overseas are projecting an image of arrogance and we need to change that.
4. We are letting PCness get in the way of common sense. We must speak without fear of reprisal and state our beliefs clearly and effectively, and if some snivelling liberal complains, stand tall and proud by our beliefs.
More than half (50%) of Los Angeles County's working-age population cannot read a simple bus schedule or fill out a job application...
False choice. Just have national ID cards with a swipe function, and send employers who hire illegals to jail when caught through random audits. When one wants to kill a tree, one doesn't do it by plucking off the leaves, one by one.
We already have laws on the books punishing employers who hire illegals. The laws are not enforced. The number of employers investigated and/or fined is miniscule.
Inaction in this regard simply is an invitation to the next several million wetbacks. We must take steps to reverse this invasion before it is too late. Because you are able to break into my house is not enough to give you the rights of a family member!
Isn't all that red tape what determines whether we want someone to be allowed into our country?
Asa Hutchinson just open the doors even wider.
WARNING: Rant follows...
Mr. Hutchinson, you are totally full of it. Poll after poll after poll have said Americans don't want our precious country invaded by a bunch of criminal aliens.
You said, "Our goal is to enforce the law as we see violations of the law." Oh, REALLY?? Go stand on the border in New Mexico or Arizona on any day and observe the hundreds and thousands of criminal aliens pouring into this country. Everyone represents a "violation of the law," as you put it. But you're doing nothing, NOTHING to stop them.
Yeah, yeah, there are 8+ million criminal aliens sucking on our resources now. But if you don't seal the border, in another year there will be a million more. What about this don't you understand?
Maybe an analogy will help. I have cancer. I know I have cancer because the doctors tell me I have cancer. They suggest I do something to rid my body of cancer. But I say, "What's the use, there's so much cancer you'll never be able to kill all of it." And so I do nothing. Guess what's gonna happen to me? Guess what IS HAPPENING to our country RIGHT NOW while you and your pander buddies [Last month, Mr. Hutchinson outlined a number of incentives to encourage aliens to support the plan, including provisions freeing them from arrest and deportation, giving them access to tax-deferred savings accounts and Social Security credits and allowing them unrestricted travel to and from their home countries] stand around with you finger stuck in a smelly bodily orifice, crying about how bad the problem is.
You guys are deliberately and willingly allowing our country to be destroyed from the inside. Disgusting.
It's illegal for an employer to question an employee's purported legal status. That's discrimination of some odious sort.
Of course it's realistic. It may be difficult, but it's certainly doable. All that's needed is a bureaucrat able to focus on the problem and do what's needed, instead of having an "oh well, can't do that, sorry" attitude
...and does not think the American public has the "will ... to uproot" those aliens.
The American people have more will power than the politicians who wring their hands and issue negative press releases. If we're to have a border czar let's get one with some spine.
There will not be an Operation Wetback II. No politician in this country would have the guts to do it.
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