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Thumbs up for Arizona

Thursday, May 6, 2010 in My Opinions and Rantings (Views: 2919)
I have to take some time to give some respect to, and thanks for Arizona in passing a law towards actually enforcing the laws as it applies to illegal immigration.

For the record, I don't care where someone comes from. Everyone is welcome, as long as they are willing to take a legal path to citizenship.

I've heard about everything from the news, Facebook, friends, conversation. Some of those things have included:

- Innocent people will be pulled over just for the color of their skin

- My family has several illegal immigrants. I'm not doing anything wrong and I'm scared I'll be arrested for transporting them.

- This is racist

...among other things..

Barack Hussein Obama once again showed his distain for the actual enforcement of US law in Arizona. Personally, he would probably remove all border patrol if it meant a secure victory in the next election. I don't think Barack Hussein Obama has ever cared about anyone but himself and his agenda.

This law shows one thing - people in Arizona are tired of the US Government, and its supreme leader (the President), not taking action. This isn't about Obama, either Bush, Clinton, Reagan, Carter, or others - this is about all of them. It's about Republicans and Democrats both playing lip service to a very large problem.

How big is this problem? Big enough to consider Mexico the largest threat to national security, since we are letting anyone just walk over the border.

So, Mexico stands to lose its largest export - its citizens, and import, the US Dollar from illegal immigration, and money sent back to the country. But, let's not listen to Mexico's cry. Mexico has their act together, so much so that their policy about illegal immigration makes sense. The problem is that people aren't flooding into Mexico, and one of the hardest things to find there seemingly anymore is a Mexican.

So, how does Mexico's law make sense? Check out their law, that makes sure that vistors and immigrants are...

* In the country legally

* Have the means to sustain themselves economically

* Not destined to be burdens on society

* Of economic and social benefit to society

* Of good character and have no criminal records; and

* Contributors to the general well-being of the nation.

The law also ensures that

* Immigration authorities have a record of each foreign visitor

* Foreign visitors do not violate their visa status

* Foreign visitors are banned from interfering in the country’s internal politics

* Foreign visitors who enter under false pretenses are imprisoned or deported

* Foreign visitors violating the terms of their entry are imprisoned or deported

* Those who aid in illegal immigration will be sent to prison.

So, Mexico wants us to dilute our immigration laws, when they are so tough on immigration. In my next blog, I will bring out some tidbits from the Mexican constitution and the hypocracy of the Mexican government - wanting a one way immigration policy into the US.

I, personally, am tired of a country who sends its citizens here to drain our system, whose citizens expect full rights as an American citizen (while illegal), when a visitor to Mexico doesn't have any rights. We need to treat those who are not citizens like other countries do, like non-citizens.


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