I have a solution for the immigration, unemployment and welfare problems, what do you think about it?
1) First, build the fence to stop the bleeding. If you need workers to build the fence. Take applications from people desiring to come to the US legally. Upon completion of a two-year service in building the fence they can be granted a green card. 2) Arrest & deport all illegals. All assets can be seized and used to fund the INS so more agents can be hired(this will also help unemployment) 3) Reform the unemployment and welfare systems. Those needing jobs who are able will have 12-20 million jobs to pick from as the illegals leave. 4) Reduce taxes. The burden that will be taken away from social programs can be used to cut taxes for all citizens. 5) Now you can reform the immigration policies so that people can come to the US legally.
Asked By: songndance1999 - 6/15/2007
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Sounds like very good, workable ideas to me. However, for the people in government, this would be too simple. They need to complicate things and have all kinds of hyperbole and ifs, ands, and buts thrown in to confuse everyone. Then, if they are able to pass their BS immigration reform, it will later come out that... More
Answered By: Daisy - 6/15/2007
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One immigration reform I'd like to see, but not likely to happen, is to restore the immigration quota. We claim to be a nation of "equality" and "diversity" - so why are almost all of the immigrants coming to our country Mestizo?
Answered By: vladblutsauger - 6/15/2007
2) Arrest & deport all illegals. All assets can be seized and used to fund the INS so more agents can be hired(this will also help unemployment) Why don't you apply that to those employers who hire them? They are the ones with assests, not these workers...
Answered By: angela R - 6/15/2007
Bravo. I'll vote for you if you put something about assimilation in there like the current bill.
Answered By: tttplttttt - 6/15/2007
Answered By: Micky - 6/15/2007
I think that welfare lifers are a shame on our way of life. Lots of people need a hand up in life but total handouts really take the cake. There should be a limit on the number of years one can rely on welfare. Training is offered but they just don't want to work. So after two years, they should be cut off. And no... More
Answered By: Ms.L.A. - 6/15/2007
AMEN TO THAT, MY FRIEND!!!!
Answered By: Kate - 6/15/2007
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