Filed under: Capitalism, Democrat Corruption, Domestic Policy, Immigration, Law, National Security, Politics | Tags: A "Broken" Immigration System, Chaos At the Border, Obama's Executive Action
Can we get back to basics here for a moment? The president is deciding about what executive action he can take to solve our “broken immigration system.” Preferably while Congress is on vacation.
Our immigration system is “broken” for one specific reason. The president has not only refused to enforce our immigration laws, but specifically ordered the agencies involved not to enforce the laws.
There has been a huge influx of “unaccompanied children” (who are mostly not children according to reports) specifically because word has circulated in Central America that if kids, or kids and their parent, can get to the border they can get in and be cared for free. There are adults who are posing as children.
Border Patrol agents have been pulled away from the border to “process” the “children,” leaving the border wide open, and illegals from all over the world are crossing the border and disappearing into the population.
This flow of illegal immigrants cannot be halted nor controlled by amnesty, nor “processing,” nor by ignoring the problem. Planeloads are being shipped all over the country, even to Alaska, Hawaii and the Virgin Islands. 30,340 have been released to foster homes around the country as of July 7. Some 30 thousand, or more will attend US public schools this fall. The Obama administration has made it clear that all public schools have an obligation to enroll students regardless of immigration status and without discrimination.
The only way the influx can be stopped is by shipping the illegal aliens back to their own countries, promptly, and making it clear there is no amnesty. When it is clear that the border is closed and illegals will be immediately exported, the massive influx will stop.
Filed under: Education, Humor, Russia | Tags: Command Performance, Get Your Ducks In A Row, Training the Reluctant
It’s simple. Lots of training, and the voice of authority.