Keep giving them jobs and they will keep coming.

Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by LilOlLady, Oct 20, 2011.

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    KEEP GIVING THEM JOBS AND THEY WILL KEEP COMING.


    No matter how secure the border is, if there are jobs for them they will continue to come. Securing the border to stop illegal immigration has been a waste of time and tax payers money because if there are jobs for them they will come. They know if they get past border patrols they have made it to home base and virtually “untouchable” unless they are picked up on a criminal offense. Businesses addiction to cheap labor provide jobs for them an having an American born child they have hit the jackpot. Unless we get serious about an E-Verity system and punish businesses that hire illegal labor things will continue as it has for the past 50 years. If they know there are no jobs waiting from them illegally and no Automatic Birthright Citizenship for their American born children they will stop jumping the fence and overstaying their visas illegally and will use the door. They only ones who will be attempting to cross illegally will be drug smugglers and other criminals because crime is more lucrative here than them Mexico.



    Until we have someone who has the cajones to enforce our immigration laws and not sleeping with businesses things will continue as usually.

    Comprehensive Immigration Reform is just another word for incentive that will do nothing to stop illegal immigration.



    Yes we can force them to self deport without rounding them up and putting them on busses, planes, trains and donkeys. And we don’t need a 20ft, electrifying barbed wired fence. Don’t insult the intelligence of the American people.
     
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    Granny says if dey ain't gonna arrest `em - den what are we payin' `em fer??...
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    Yup.

     
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    NAFTA finally doin' what it was supposed to do...
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