Viewpoints: Time to play hardball wit...

Viewpoints: Time to play hardball with feds over illegal immigrants in prison

There are 4 comments on the Sacramento Bee Newspaper story from Dec 14, 2010, titled Viewpoints: Time to play hardball with feds over illegal immigrants in prison. In it, Sacramento Bee Newspaper reports that:

Bruce Maiman is a former radio show host living in Rocklin. Reach him at brucemaiman@gmail.com . Y'know how Washington likes to tell us that immigration is a federal prerogative? Good.

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Speeders Kill KIds

Roy, WA

#1 Dec 14, 2010
Good idea - forget it. CA is lost already. The illegals have bankrupted not only the prisons but also the schools and hospitals. It's hopeless.
AmberDru

Columbus, OH

#2 Dec 14, 2010
Every state should do this.

Give Napolitano a pick up date.

If they aren't picked up drop 'em off in D.C.
Down and Out

New York, NY

#3 Dec 14, 2010
AmberDru - Outstanding, not only drop them off in D.C. but lob them over the White House fence (that is interesting in itself, a fence surrounding the White House but no fence or deterent at the border) for Obummer to entertain.
He seems to like and care for them so much maybe he can share his home with them.
I wish

Benson, AZ

#4 Dec 14, 2010
I agree with Bruce, but one bill problem is re-entry into the USA. This is where we as a country need to get hard on those trying to come back after being deported. No tolerance - finish building the walls, and guard them day and night, shoot to kill. End of story. The message will get out that the USA is done playing games.

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