What do you think would be the best solution to solve illegal immigration to the US from Mexico?
Because of the friendship between the US and Mexico, I would hate to see a huge fence between the two countries built. Also I would not want the US military at the border unless it was a last resort. If Mexico wanted, they could put their military at the border. It's not like they have anything else to do. Whatever the solution, the problem needs to be addressed and solved. The economy is just too bad to see another illegal immigrant get a job in the US.
Asked By: Mr Winky - 12/1/2009
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Answered By: W.C. Felcher - 12/1/2009
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I agree with your assessment and solution..
Answered By: Fonz - 12/1/2009
Answered By: W J - 12/1/2009
The Mexican military is busy keeping people out of their country. Something we don't seem to have the balls to enforce. I would build a huge wall and have a moat behind it stocked with sharks with lasers on their heads. Then the military after that. If you can make it past them all you can stay... More
Answered By: t**d Ferguson - 12/1/2009
We should adopt the same immigration policies that Mexico has and enforce them.
Answered By: Lancelot - 12/1/2009
A wall, electrified fence & IEDs. ID checks at all traffic stops & any time someone needs to show id. Immediate deportation. English only at all federal & govt agencies. & bill Mexico for the detention & transport.
Answered By: Nikki - 12/1/2009
Make Mexico the 51st State, we are already paying for their medical care and sending food there. :-)
Answered By: Cracker Jack 4 - 12/1/2009
Our current economic trouble is exacerbated by the massive influx of illegals that deprive Americans of jobs, drive our health care bills up, and are a destabilizing influence on certain parts of the country... More
Answered By: Macaddict - 12/1/2009
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