Mexico is a political basket case, like most South American Countries.
I think the Federal Government's primary responsibility is to protect us against invasion.
It has been derelict in this duty for decades and the degree of dereliction is increasing exponentially with time.
What I would like to see enacted and enforced is a Federal Statute calling for ten years in prison for anyone involved in knowingly employing an illegal alien, or aiding and abetting any illegals to cross our borders or remain here in security.
posted on 06/13/2005 12:30:46 PM PDT
(Fear the government which fears your guns. God, guts, and guns made America great.)
To: ZULU; gubamyster; HiJinx; B4Ranch
At the same time, our Task Force recommends that all three governments define and defend a continental perimeter. This means that all three governments have to have confidence that a terrorist has no more chance of entering their own country as their neighbors. A common exclusion list, better intelligence-sharing, and combined training are needed. The three governments should establish a "North American Customs and Immigration Force," composed of officials trained together in a single professional school, and they should fashion procedures to streamline border-crossing documentation. The Department of Homeland Security should expand its mission to include continental security--a shift best achieved by incorporating Mexican and Canadian perspectives and personnel into its design and operation.
posted on 06/13/2005 12:39:18 PM PDT
by Travis McGee
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...or aiding and abetting any illegals to cross our borders or remain here in security....
We'd be better off if the President and Congress were doing ten year terms.
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