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Clearly there is not enough resource to get rid of all the illegals in the country. ICE is doing a fine job persueing the most dangerous illegals and we have to commend them for that. But dont you think that even the Arizona law is a bit difficult to enforce. It takes time, money and resource to process the illegals and have them deported. Do you think it would be more prudent to go after the employers and landlords who enable the illegals to be here. If an illegal found that it was impossible to get work or find a place to stay in America then that news would spread back home and no more illegals would come here. They would be gone in 2-3 years.
Arizona also has a law (passed a few years ago) to punish employers of illegals. It was challenged almost immediately and is still pending in court. Maybe if the groups who support illegal aliens had let us proceed with that idea, we would not have had to try 1070. I do agree with you that those not here legally should not have access to housing. I am starting to think that we should also put limits on access to financial services.
The Federal Government is hooked on illegals and enjoys the benefit of the illegals paying into social security and not receiving any in return. They say illegals don't receive state benefits(Medicaid,etc); untrue because anchor kids are legal, so states must support them. The Federal Government knows who the illegals are and sends employers correspondences when a social security number doesn't match the recipient; our government is a willing accomplice. They could fix it with heavy fines to employers, but they will not enforce the law.
ICE is very limited to enforce sanctions against employers because of the 1986 immigration reform act. Initially the act contained severe sanctions against employers that hired illegals but the Chamber of Commerce, the farm lobby, other businesses, and therefore the republican party oppose those sanctions. It wasn't until the sanctions were very watered down that they supported the act. That is why "American Apparel" wasn't even fined when it was found that they employed 1,500 illegals.
Yes, we are certainly not doing all in right direction. As employers we are tempted for cheaper labor and employ illegals, so we are equally responsible. We should unite to vote against politicians who favor pro-illegal immigrants laws. One such rejection in election is enough to deliver the message.
There is already a law against hiring illegals now. Businesses get fined for it. I think it's still in effect. I also agree on the housing thing you brought up. To answer your question....I think both is the answer. A mix of deporting and fining ppl for hiring/housing illegals.
Should go after the employers but in California it's illegal to deny an illegal housing,not supposed to ask.
Most illegals come here for work, while a few smuggle in drugs. Those are the people that we should target first.
They do not clean themselves after going to the restroom,that in it self should get them fired
Yes, the people that pose a threat to our saftey are the drug and human smugglers, not the people looking for work or that are already here working.
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