Discussion in 'Law and Justice System' started by froggy, Jan 20, 2010.
Should law enforcers go in where known illegals are staying and arrest and deport them.
depends on how much you want to spend on that type of enforcement. and also depends on how much of the feds work a local municipality wants to do.
most don't like having to do that type of work.
So your saying they're breaking their oath to uphold the law.
Yes and yes. Anytime and every time. As you say the law is the law. We should have closed the borders on 9-12-01 and started deporting immediately.
I think it should be a case by case matter. If someone's illegal, and they're hardworking and contributes to their society, then let'em stay and give them amnesty, if they're a negative influence, then deport'em.
Illegal means they have broken our law. So if a thief has a job and is hard working we should forget he is a thief?
whether or not local law enforcement act on behalf of the feds is, i believe, up to local law enforcement.
they have no oath to act as immigration officers.
and, again, the municipality has to make up its mind as to what it wants to spend doing that type of work.
How is someone who's working, paying taxes they can't get a refund on, stealing ?
Wasting time sending people back who're constructive members of society takes the resources away from shipping back the ones who need to be shipped back first.
Also many municipalities can't afford to police illegal immigration.
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