Should immigration be considered a felony?

Ok, in all honesty. i havent developed an opinion about immigration laws. however i do know that most people want to deport illegal aliens for the wrong reasons. lots of people say that they take the american jobs. but im pretty sure subconsciously they are full of hate. there needs to be a rational way to deal with this. in all honestly should this widespread phenomenon be considered a "felony"? i have a feeling that would be a little harsh.

Asked By: retrobro90 - 5/2/2006
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Washington takes into account what is good for the country, I'm posting some facts here and as you can see, if we were to take harsh measures, many U.S. companies would suffer retaliation and there is a great economic factor that people fail to realize. There has to be more enforcement on illegal immigration but we can... More
Answered By: diehard0603 - 5/2/2006
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No, that's ridiculous.
Answered By: (((Courtney))) - 5/2/2006
NOOOOOO yea it would be a harsh and not lil ALOT
Answered By: hijabi22 - 5/2/2006
I'm assuming you're talking about ILLEGAL immigration? Or are you referring to ALL immigration? Most people just use word immigration and that really confuses the issue. i****************s are breaking the law by coming to this country without proper documentation, and therefore according to the law they should be... More
Answered By: stjarna - 5/2/2006
The average illegal costs the US taxpayer on average $55,000 per year. That's grand theft in my book. Don't forget - they are not even supposed to be here.
Answered By: Mr. Boof - 5/2/2006
First of all, you need to clarify when starting this debate. I am assuming you mean ILLEGAL immigration. I don't have a problem with legal immigrants who have come here looking for a better life at all. As long as they did it the legal way, i.e., forms, waiting, etc. It is those who come to our country and push their... More
Answered By: just a mom - 5/2/2006
Illegals draw welfare by stealing people's social security numbers and identities. That means there are a lot of people being directly hurt by these people as well. Innocent people are having their credit ratings ruined, having IRS problems, and social security problems. If someone who has had their social security... More
Answered By: Jessica - 5/2/2006
i say no because they come here for a better life.
Answered By: karebear - 5/2/2006
yes i agree. but as being an immigration reformist supporter it should not involve the deportation of the ones who work. who work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! if this was to happen then the entire u.s. economy would plummit deeply. if they are here illegaly they should be given a set time peroid to find a job, or then be... More
Answered By: gibsonfrk109 - 5/2/2006
What Jessica said X 10
Answered By: danielcrna - 5/2/2006
waiting your turn is the legal way it is not use our services until you get here legal is the right way.people come from Mexico with no regard for americans..they will not pay into our social security, medicare, unemployment. they file no taxes for state or federal...they pay no medical. our hospitals have to... More
Answered By: rogue89029 - 5/2/2006
In response to your question.... I understand that humans are humans, but do you really think you'd be treated so well if you "humanly moved" to Egypt or Iran or North Korea or China?
Answered By: sleepyguy901 - 5/2/2006
ABSOLUTELY! diehard0603 Few people read long posts. Get to the point.
Answered By: Made_in_America - 5/2/2006
Only Illegal Immigration. If they want to be in this country: A. Become a Citizen or get a Visa B. Learn the Language (If they don't speak English - they don't get in) C. Pay Taxes D. No Freebies E. Get a Job
Answered By: Anton Mathew - 5/3/2006

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