South Dakota guardsmen helping out on...

South Dakota guardsmen helping out on southern border

There are 3 comments on the KSFY story from Sep 12, 2013, titled South Dakota guardsmen helping out on southern border. In it, KSFY reports that:

Soldiers with the South Dakota National Guard's Army Aviation Support Facility in Rapid City have departed for the southern U.S. border to help combat drug smuggling, human trafficking and illegal immigration.

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Brenda besson

United States

#1 Sep 12, 2013
Nice good work guys.
ronnie

Brigham City, UT

#2 Sep 12, 2013
This is what I've been screaming about for months and Month's... Our Government and military could control this BS if they wanted too. We know the Feds have pushed this crap into our lives for cheap labor. But if we keep writing to our legislatures and signing petitions and talking to our friends and relatives about this, maybe it will help. I read on Numbers USA today DC plans to put this whole thing on the back burner until 2017, and it was because of Citizens finally forcing our opinions to our Local and State Senators and Congressman. We almost did it. I'm proud of this hard work the American people have worked so hard to achieve... Listen to us. We the People...We have far more important matters to attend to. Like getting good job's and educations.No amnesty ever....maybe work visa's for farmers and high tech proffessionals. No amnesty for uneducated third world criminals.
Who Knows

Gaithersburg, MD

#3 Sep 13, 2013
ronnie wrote:
This is what I've been screaming about for months and Month's... Our Government and military could control this BS if they wanted too. We know the Feds have pushed this crap into our lives for cheap labor. But if we keep writing to our legislatures and signing petitions and talking to our friends and relatives about this, maybe it will help. I read on Numbers USA today DC plans to put this whole thing on the back burner until 2017, and it was because of Citizens finally forcing our opinions to our Local and State Senators and Congressman. We almost did it. I'm proud of this hard work the American people have worked so hard to achieve... Listen to us. We the People...We have far more important matters to attend to. Like getting good job's and educations.No amnesty ever....maybe work visa's for farmers and high tech proffessionals. No amnesty for uneducated third world criminals.
I agree with what you're saying but, still does not address the issue of those that are already here illegally and those that are comming on some type of visa and overstaying, pushing this aside is better than amnesty i suppose but, we need to as many say cut-off all benefits and tax-payer funded hand-outs and those that are illegally working in the U.S. with false documentation need to be let go, this isn't a situation that calls for compassion it calls for law enforcement(IMO).

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