That’s an excellent point, the preferred outcome is never having to deal with such an event. I think a great start would be securing our borders and taking a realistic, non-PC look at immigration. I am not talking knee-jerk reactions here, on the contrary, I mean deliberate, methodical pursuits in which we take a realistic approach and stop pretending we don’t know things, we, in fact, do know. No one is entitled to come to America, Islamic and otherwise. We need to think about who we are allowing to receive American educations and allowing to enter our country. This country was conceived without any assistance from islam and has thrived without them. We do not need them and as long as it remains this moronic death cult, it defies common sense to continue allowing the foxes into the hen house. If their behavior changes, so to can ours. The choice is theirs to make in that regard, but ours where the safety and tranquility of America is concerned.
You make a lot of sense. However, we may be 40 years late figuring it out.
just as we have ecconomic interest who wanted cheep labor, we also have ecconomic interests who want unrestricted student immigration (because foreign students pay cash and full price at public universities)
I think the immigration reform was an effort to push the parties back to the 1950 of one pole (party) for the rich and successful and the other pole (party) for the poor working class.
Elitist social engineering.
Parties based on principles and ideas do not work for elitist politicians whose only priority is staying in office.
That won't happen until Dubya leaves office, and it likely won't happen then either.