What have the Republicans or Democrats done to secure our borders?

Besides talk about it during an election year. I think most Americans want action not words. Words don't mean anything to most Americans.

Asked By: - 10/26/2011
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All I here is path to citizenship, the dream act & consulate mexican ID giving preference to Mexicans. They are forgetting that there already is a path to citizenship through legal immigrations & that mexicans are not the only ones migrating here... More
Answered By: Blanco y egro Mechta Afalou - 10/27/2011
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Neither have done much.
Answered By: cargo pilot III Flyin' Mayan - 10/26/2011
The Obama administration broke it’s previous record for deportation of i****************s, fines collected from businesses that hire illegals, and number of border enforcement agents on the border.
Answered By: Mr Wolf ( big bad cons love to block me) - 10/26/2011
Neither party has done much, if anything. But if the Republicans knew what was good for them, they'd amp up border security as much as possible. If they don't, the Republican party will be forgotten in the annals of history as more Democratic voters pour in.
Answered By: Community Disorganizer - 10/26/2011
They have done nothing. I agree with you, Americans want action but politicians are afraid of losing votes so they promise everything and do nothing.
Answered By: MOMMA ! - 10/26/2011
Doubling the border patrol would count as doing something wouldn't it... More
Answered By: Sageandscholar - 10/26/2011
Both parties make promises during election cycles, neither party keeps the promises.
Answered By: Ron Paul 2012 - 10/26/2011
There really isn't anything that anyone can do that is logical. a Wall is a stupid idea, one are they really going to make a wall 2,000 miles? and also electrify it like some are proposing. Then that wont do anything except have them come in from the Gulf or from California or dig tunnels. If they want into the US to... More
Answered By: T.C - 10/26/2011
They are trying to make the US look more like Mexico so nobody wants to come here anymore.
Answered By: Mr. Ed Narrens - 10/26/2011
because the Drug War is a billion dollar industry, we have Army bases in 130 countries around the world, the boarder is not and never will be a priority and plus alot of Hispanics support it.
Answered By: KJ - 10/26/2011
Nothing at all. Now they don't even want to give up their precious pet projects at election time. Witness Perry and his precious little "Texicans" receiving free college. It makes me sick at heart. And the OWS people get nothing but S**t from people because they want relief on their college loans after seeing the... More
Answered By: Leslie Goudy - 10/26/2011
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