Reading comprehension isn’t your thing, is it?
What, in anything I’ve ever written, would make you think I would support Jeb’s policy?
My solution different from most I’ve read.
If the “War on Drugs” has taught us anything, it’s that if there’s a demand, someone will supply it. It’s the very basis for free market economics.
In the drug war, the law enforcement entities keep going after the highest level of dealer they can find. That’s where they get these multi-ton drug busts.
But the drugs keep flowing, because within minutes of one dealer getting busted, a dozen more try to step in to take his/her place.
You’re right about dropping the incentives. Do you mean ALL of the incentives? I mean not only the government aid and benefits the illegal immigrants take, but also come down HARD on those who employ these people. The demand for cheap, non-skilled labor is what is bringing the illegals here. IF nobody gives them jobs, then they won’t come.
There are a host of costly labor laws and regulations. Those laws are irrelevant for illegal labor. If you make them legal, they immediately become unemployed. Making the illegals legal, as Bush, et. al. want to do only serves to make another class of permanent welfare recipients. Then another batch of illegals will need to be imported to fill the newly opened illegal jobs.