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People still come to America for the same reasons. America was then, and still is the land of opportunity
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America’s Immigration System is Not Broken, (ID 8/09/08) is simply an ignorant, far right wing, propaganda piece authored by John Lillpop. The article calls anyone who believes in a comprehensive solution to our immigration troubles, "Open borders enemies of America, intent on transforming this nation into a third world cesspool." His Article goes on to state ,"Tragically for American citizens, Tequila snake oil, (his term for CIR), is palatable to Democrats who can no longer win elections without getting votes from uneducated illegal aliens." Actually, the last time that I checked, illegal aliens didn’t actually have the legal authority to vote. His article goes on to blather that, "Existing immigration laws will work perfectly fine, provided such laws are enforced, a fact that is confirmed daily in states like Oklahoma where rigid enforcement is forcing large numbers of illegal aliens to self-deport." Actually, the recent push from ICE to get undocumented aliens to self deport was dropped after only six or so people took the government up on their offer. Conversely, I suspect that any migration of undocumented aliens out of Oklahoma, has simply led to the re-settlement of these aliens into other, less intolerant states that recognize their inherent value. Clearly, the article is completely out of touch with the reality of this issue. Of course, securing the border is important, but if we were to "round up and deport all illegal aliens’, (anyone see a problem in doing that?), and also cut off all aid to Mexico, it would devastate our closest ally, who just happens to be one of our largest trading partners. America should be doing everything in it’s power to right our financial ship, not disable it. We need serious and well though out solutions to our immigration problems, and articles like this one detract and distract us from that goal.
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