thats not right.
once someone makes the decision to cross and they are dying, i’;d say give em some water.
If they know there will be water, they are more likely to make the decision to cross.
Why don't you haul your a$$ down there right now!
It is one thing to come across a person who is dying of thrist and to give them water.
It is another thing entirely to leave water where you expect a person illegally entering the US will find it aiding them in their crime.
This is the same thing as the coyotes bringing across illegals in their pickups with the exception of profit.
Wrong, I did not tell them to start. They should have been dodging bullets when they set their foot across the border.
I think that the issue is making water available in that area, which becomes a formal asset to illegal penetration of our border security, not a one time incidence of lending assistance to some one in need.
It is also similar to the problem of feeding wild animals until they become dependent, what happens when once an expectation is developed, the water jugs are no longer delivered and placed around, how many people die before the word of mouth spreads?
The problem is that maps are sold in Mexico showing where the water is, while the ranchers who own the land pour it our when they come across it, so you have people showing up expecting something that isn’t there (with potentially disastrous consequences). There is no reason to encourage these illegal immigrants; let them line up like the others who want in (who are probably worth more just by the fact that they respect our laws enough to wait for proper documentation).
Let them die, coyotes need dinner plus if they are dead they can't steal medical care and jobs from Americans!
Same here. I'd call the Border Patrol to give them some water.
Voy a cantarles un corrido a los presentes,
que le compuse a Joe Arpaio de Arizona,
un sinvergüenza, desgraciado, anti-inmigrante,
que se ha ganado el repudio de toda la gente.
And thank goodness for deserts.