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Thursday, April 27, 2006

Amnesty would 'overwhelm'

Another example of fixing something broken without fixing it, which leads to its being even more broken. We can't afford this in this day and age.

Cross posted from Free Constitution

An Immigration and Customs enforcement official has a thought on amnesty:

Asked... how long it would take ICE to make this country safe if an amnesty program such as that now being pushed by the administration were adopted, Maxwell said, "It's perfectly clear that the system can't handle the workload now. Any national program that this administration is thinking about puts this nation at risk. The current system is so flawed and so vulnerable that you can literally drive trucks through it."
But, but... isn't deportation unrealistic.

Yeah, American perpetuity with amnesty is unrealistic.

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