We choose to accept the risk of disease entering the country via illegal immigration. We don’t have to.
Tagged: illegal immigration
Can anyone explain the wisdom of every year allowing a million or so poor, low-skilled, social services-consuming strangers into a country that is $22 trillion in debt and whose cities are already coping with a burgeoning homeless problem?
If Chuck Schumer voted for a border wall in 2006, what’s his problem in 2019? Simple. There’s a real risk this time that a wall may actually happen.
Promise those of us who support you to never speak from a prompter again. That was your predecessor’s schtick and he was a helluva lot better at it than you.
Even some of his critics grudgingly admit that Trump’s policies are more effective than those of his predecessors.
With respect to illegal immigrants and their children, only one thing has changed since the Obama administration. That one thing is that the Trump administration is enforcing the law.
A nation that can’t control its borders has no immigration policy no matter what laws it passes.
Gov. Perry stumbled all over himself when the question of in-state tuition for the children of illegal aliens was raised in the GOP presidential debate last week. He needn’t have. He stands on solid ground and should say so.