Here's the problem Marv. This could be solved very quickly in a fashion that is used in Germany. They don't need to build no stinking wall around their country to keep the illegals out. They do it at the workplace by requiring each worker to have a work card / ID. You don't have the card, you don't work. You don't work, you go home; You can't survive with no income.
This card I assume has some type of bio informatics information on it so it's much harder to duplicate than a paper Social Security card. DUH! They also enforced these laws by fining companies and holding the management accountable for violations. (Something we don't do in this country; we just wink and look the other way).
So all we have to do is to develop a sophisticated, bioinformatic ID, and require all to present it to their employers in order to work in this country. Then we have to monitor the workplaces, heavily fine those that violate the law, and throw some of the management in jail if they have several infractions. One of the reasons illegal workers are rampant is because most employers know they probably won't get caught. This is not rocket science it just basic common sense. But the GOP will never go for it because they had rather whine about a problem than do anything to address it. … just like healthcare! That is why they are now call the party of "no", or "do nothing". Take your pick.
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