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Cost, border disputes, hostilities, etc. Need I go on?
Why are we spending money on deterring illegal immigrants when we can make a profit out of them? We should rig the drafting system and put them all in the military. We should give them jobs where they're barely payed anything (we already do this, but we need to do this more.). We should take illegal immigrant criminals and sell their organs to hospitals. I'm a legal immigrant and my family is still struggling to get a citizenship. It boils my blood to see these down syndrome retards easily walk into the country.
@Fascism,It's rough, but I truly think the "All or nothing" approach is the way to go. Forget spending millions to round them up, start introducing H E A V Y fines and fees for employing illegal immigrants. Example:The U.S. Department of Labor began retraining 2,000 of its employees today to carry out informal business investigations into the unlawful employment of Illegal Immigrants. If successful then as early as March, 2018 we could see businesses who employ these Illegal Immigrants suffering fines and fees starting at $5,000 per illegal immigrant...all the way up to $25,000. DoL employees will screen suspected businesses for proper paperwork and ensure reasonable efforts were made to ensure citizenship status was confirmed prior to offering employment to their workers. Furthermore the DoL is being authorized to penalize employees who have knowledge of illegal immigrants in their place of work with fines up to $10,000.The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced today that, effective immediately, all subsidized programs will no longer be provided to illegal immigrants or offspring of illegal immigrants. Social Security payments for "Anchor babies" are expected to be halted completely by mid 2018 with new regulations being passed currently to ensure only American Citizens be allowed to qualify for the programs.Effective immediately, the FDA policies regarding drug administration in the U.S. are under revision with expectations for final results at the end of 2017. With these changes will be new polices requiring proof of citizenship in order to receive a prescription. Hospital administered drugs won't be affected by the new policies however, physicians and Doctors will face heavy criminal penalties for writing prescriptions to patients who are not U.S. Citizens or do no hold a current work Visa.Now I just thought this up in the last 10 minutes but this is what news at 9 would sound like if we were to implement effective illegal immigration control. Call me heartless but I don't support anything that's illegal...including illegal immigration.
@CYDdharta ,You sir are very correct, it won't stop it and probably wouldn't even affect it in the least. Which is why I wouldn't ever attempt to implement my proposals to solve the drug problem at the border. My proposals were for the illegal immigration issue. You can hardly call drug running "Immigration" as the runners most likely either already live in the United States or have no intention of staying...I mean how are you going to continue running drugs if you stay permanently in the U.S.?