View: Immigration Reform Doesn't Depend on a Secure Border
There's a basic chicken-and-egg problem that has long bedeviled the U.S. immigration debate: What comes first, a secure border or effective reform? For decades, "securing our borders" has been the rallying cry among many Americans concerned about illegal immigration.
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#1 Feb 11, 2013
"Unfortunately, this formulation has it exactly backward. To achieve a secure border, we must first have effective immigration reform."
Move along folks. Nothing to see here! Just trying to soften you up for amensty! You've heard all of this before...LIES!!!
#2 Feb 11, 2013
Secure the broder in any way necessary to ensure no illegal aliens gets here then deport every single illegal alien already here and the problem is solved.
No reform of the immigration system is needed.
Better yet, adopt the immigration laws of Mexico and enforce them like they do and no problemo.
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