Border Patrol whistle-blowers, feds close to a settlement

16 01 2009

From The Virtuous Republic

The point?  We need a legal process and limited immigration into this country.

For the life of me, the same people who push birth control in the
third world, so that the poor bastards can feed the children they
already have, or to relieve over-crowding, are the same idiots here who
have no problem with our open border policy.

Illegal immigration crowds our nation, takes jobs from American citizens, and adds to the crime rate.

A few cases in point:

Identity theft
He had $800,000 in loans using some poor schmuck’s social security
number. Were you that poor schmuck? And have you checked your credit
score lately?

This guy was only convicted
of resisting arrest, violence against a police officer, and possessing
a firearm by an illegal immigrant.  Oh, and he ignored a deportation
order for nearly 20 years.  Maybe he was your neighbor?

Convicted rapist reenters the United States, illegally of course.  Did he live close to your wife or daughters?

Hit and run illegal kills American citizen.  How many unlicensed, uninsured illegals drive past you each day?

**This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration
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2 responses

20 01 2010

A whistleblower is a person who raises a concern about wrong doing occurring in an organization or body of people

25 01 2009

To The Virtuous Republic,

I have read your ideas and respect your position and arguments. Before I write anything, I must emphasize that all I write is plain opinion and commentary on this issue.

First, I’d like to point out that immigration is a force that once set in motion, is very difficult, perhaps impossible, to stop. But I believe it can be tamed and even controlled. I do believe that it is reasonable to increase the border patrol because the United States would see fewer humans categorized as “illegal,” “alien,” and even “felon,” and the country would feel less anger and antagonism with itself. With that said, I still believe a 700-mile wall dividing the United States and Mexico would definitely not alter illegal immigration in a significant way. Besides, according to an article by The boston globe, the cost of such proposal ranges from a staggering $2 billion to $7 billion.

With this in mind, I suggest that we give a little more focus on the positive side of things. I think that instead of taking radical and unrealistic ways to address this problem we shoul approach it in baby steps. I think it is a good idea to educate the youth. Proposals like the DREAM Act would benefit both those young undocumented students and this country overall. Think about it. Would we rather have more educated yound undocumented students or undocumented students who have no education? With education comes knowledge, which leads to understanding, which leads to better decision-making.

I’m not saying, by all means, that amnesty is the answer. But I’m not saying anything is the answer. However, I am saying there is no such thing as a definite and resolute solution, rather small steps that may converge to a solution. I understand this is a website dedicated to those who advocate the opposition to illegal immigration, and that’s why I’m voicing my opinion here.

Please, I don’t mean to offend anybody but I wish we had a more open mind about the issue, focusing on the main idea instead of becoming “frittered away with detail.”

Thank you,

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