Saturday, March 25, 2006

Is there a solution to illegal immigration problem in USA?

Demonstrators gather in front of City Hall in Los Angeles, Saturday March 25, 2006, to protest federal immigration legistlation. The House of Representatives has passed legislation that would make it a felony to be in the U.S. illegally, impose new penalties on employers who hire illegal immigrants and erect fences along one-third of the U.S.-Mexican border. The Senate is to begin debating the proposals Tuesday.
This is ridiculous - you know, I think people are too disorganized in solving this problem; illegal immigration is a threat to the unity and stability of United States, the issue should be dealt with ASAP and with the most harsh resolve, namely:

(1) Open detention facilities nationwide, start deportations of illegal aliens and their families on 24 hour clock schedule
(2) Build necessary physical walls on the vulnerable points of border, hopefully electric fences
(3) Encourage, arm, and subsidize Minutemen project - people are ready to step in and help
(4) Severe personal and corporate penalties for employing illegals
(5) Nation-wide "report" an illegal NSA tip line, reward $$$ for turning them in - to encourage people

This is a threat from the nation from within, and it must be addressed no less seriously than Al Queda


Blogger Tired Immigrant said...

Though it may seem counter-intuitive, open immigration is the only way to secure the border.

Today, many american citizens ignore the undocumented status of aliens, becase they assume that those aliens are honest folk who simply want to make a living. If the US lets such folk in legally, with proper documentation, people would know that any other undocumented people are not kosher.

Imagine that no honest person would want to cross into the US illegally. As a consequence, citizens would readily report the few crooks who do. The only way to make the border safe is to allow for a large amounts of well-controlled, legal immigration. The only other way I can think of is to make Mexico the 51st state, and then patrol their -- much shorter -- southern border.

To my mind, the main change should be to grant amnesty to the 11 million Mexicans who are here, and then allow about 2 million to come over legally every year. The consequence of this will be to make the U.S. a safer place.

11:46 PM, March 25, 2006  
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