His main dialogue tonight was focused on "Is the Border Surge and Illegal immigration Bill- (read push) a new "WAR" to replace those winding 2 down in the ME?"
As Bill said the flow of immigrants from Mexico has all but slowed to a trickle. Furthermore, 50% of the "illegals" enter the country legally and just don't leave ! So how is a wall and doubling the border guard going to do much towards this problem except spend Billions? I thought the GOP was against Big government.
I didn't know this but Bill claims in the Immigration Bill, there are directives about weapons and weapons systems that must be purchased from specific MI-complex companies. WTF is with that? Is this another Halliburton handout ?
I think he has some very good points and concerns !!
I loved his comment "This Bill has as much to do withIllegal Immigration as Sarah Palin did mapping the human genome !!"
We have deficits to eliminate and control but we can throw $46 billion to a nonexistent problem. (OH we have 12 million illegals HERE do deal with, but all this border BS doesn't touch that problem. THAT's a different issue ! )
Besides that we can CONTROL illegals working here by setting up a system like Germany has... you have to have some kind of document that proves you're a legal citizen. In this electronic era, you can tie biological data to it (fingerprints, retina scans, genetic and medical information, etc) so it's hard as hell to counterfeit! No documentation - no work. Illegals can arrive all day and night but they won't stay without a job ! Yeah it's a little "1984-ish", but we already have that in a SS number and card... just make it electronic and bioinformatic so someone with a $200 laser printer can't duplicate ! Hold employers accountable ! This is much more logical and effective than a border surge = a $46 billion pile of crap ! (and handout to the MI Complex)
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