How McCain or Obama Will Erase the Borders

It’s no secret that presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama have immigration platforms that are completely out of touch with the American people. The issue has been left completely out of the limelight this campaign, with the economy taking center stage. Isn’t there a relation there?

Both of the candidates’ immigration plans read like a how-to on destroying the sovereignty of a country. McCain’s plan calls for, yes, securing the borders first (after intense oppositon to his amnesty plan last year), by having border states certify that the borders are secure. Let’s see, California, Arizona and Texas, the big three illegal immigration nightmares just have to declare that the borders are secure. Well, that shouldn’t take long. Then, all undocumented individuals will be required to enroll in a program to resolve their status. That doesn’t sound like deportation. Never mind the would-be immigrant that followed the rules, and are waiting in their own countries, number infinity on the waiting list. And then of course McCain would make sure that families are re-united. Throw in a little labor needs amnesty provision (despite the fact that over 150,000 jobs were lost last month), and there you have it: No borders.

How does Senator Obama’s plan compare? They are very similar, although while neither plan has much detail, Obama’s is much less detailed-at least on his website. I’ve always said though, that it’s scary when a politician tells you what they’re going to do. It’s even scarier when they don’t.

The worst kept secret on Wall Street is the disaster of making home loans to illegal aliens who couldn’t afford one. The, despite the fact that many Americans continue to rent, denied home loans by these same institutions.

And do you think the countries these illegal aliens are coming from are inclined to help? The narco-state Mexico actually prints pamplets detailing how to get the hell out of the country, and evade detection once they reach the United States! With $20 billion in remittances from the U.S., they’re not going to cooperate on border security. That shouldn’t matter. This country has the means to secure the border. Washington just doesn’t have the will…

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3 Responses to How McCain or Obama Will Erase the Borders

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  2. Alli says:

    Personally, I feel Mexican immigrants are being used as a wedge issue, as the real issue is the welfare state, NAFTA, and CAFTA.

    We blame illegal Mexicans for stealing jobs and creating the housing mess when in actuality, without a nanny state and free trade there would be no incentive for them to cross into our nation.

    Finally, I do see this as wholly the Mexican government’s responsibility thus abdicating and supporting a “silent invasion” designed to weigh down our government’s social programs.

    As such, we should move a few infantry and tank divisions 2 miles deep into Mexican territory until Mexican officials stop looking the other way.

    But alas our troops are exhausted from being deployed in support of an unConstitutional invasion.

    Don’t Tread on Me.

  3. rjjrdq says:

    Ah, it’s too practical, Washington will never go for it…

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