Monday, May 01, 2006

My comment on illegal immigrants

I have no sympathy for those in the country illegally, in the real world, if you do something illegal, you should be punished, instead, many say "I love America" but then they proceed to violate the laws of the country they say they love. The system is broken, we all know that. I work with a guy from India here on H1B, working to get a green card, a painful, and expensive process. Why should 11 million people here illegally get citizenship while this guy waits for his green card, that he might not even get? The system is broken, but it isn’t that hard to fix, just hard for politicians to fix. Step one, secure the border, nobody gets in illegally. Step two, setup a legal process for people, a good million of them to start with, from all over the world, not just Mexico, to legally enter the country to work for several years. Step two must occur very soon after step one. Step three, crack down the businesses and those here illegally that they hire, after step one and step two are implemented, I’d have no problem with making these illegal actions a felony. Step four, the hardest of all, determine the path to eventual citizenship that is fair to all, but doesn’t make the United States the worlds dumping ground for the undesired citizens of other countries.

3 comments:

Hannah said...

Hmm... The US economy would be an interesting place if you chucked out all the people who are there 'illegally.' I'd be prepared to bet that there would suddenly be a huge void in the 'underpaid and menial job that noone else wants' sector...

Freaki said...

This is all I've got to say about the immigration question:

http://www.cafepress.com/ameri1

Hakim Abdullah said...

Hmmm... wasn't California, Texas and nearly half of the present Day US actually Mexico 200 years ago?