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To: Truthsearcher; dfwgator
As much as we can hate illegal immigration, we cannot hate the illegals themselves. We are asked to hate the sin but love the sinner, and that applies here too.

I believe in treating the typical illegal alien with compassion. At least the same compassion we would give a stray dog. We round them up humanely, we hold them humanely in secure detention facilities and make sure they're fed, and then we deport them with tender loving care.

But if they bite, put 'em down. Instituting the Death Penalty for smuggling will solve this problem.

No, just make sure that every offense is a Class 1 felony (including the first offense) and that it's included in the felony murder statute. Any time a smuggled illegal alien dies, all of the coyotes involved in smuggling him into the country face life with no parole.

Also we need a "three strikes and you're out" law. The third time a coyote gets convicted of any felony, he faces AUTOMATIC life with no parole.

All of these life sentences without parole have already been proven in the Supreme Court to be constitutional. But imposing the death penalty for anything except first degree murder has already been rule unconstitutional.

That's okay. Put Sheriff Arpaio in charge of the maximum security penitentiary where these punks will be imprisoned for life. He'll find a way to make a profit, and it'll all be perfectly legal.

21 posted on 06/11/2010 4:51:57 PM PDT by Philo1962 (Iraq is terrorist flypaper. They go there to die.)
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To: Philo1962

They are not dogs, they are people, endowed with the same unalienable rights.

We should secure our borders better, that’s the real solution.


24 posted on 06/11/2010 8:56:10 PM PDT by Truthsearcher
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