500 Words or Less: Deportation is Easier Than You Think

Many people believe that is is impossible to construct a viable program to deport the illegal aliens we have in our country. Others say this to steer the dialogue toward amnesty. Both of these ideals is wrong and is detrimental to the long term viability of our country.

Immigration used to be a tool for the betterment of America and Americans already living here. Interviews were conducted. Expectations of integration into American society were mandatory. That included knowing the history, the government, and the language of America. Before citizenship was granted interviews of co-workers, employers and neighbors were made to make sure assimilation was occurring. If the person in question squandered their opportunity to live here they were deported. Nowadays that ideal has been lost. It needs to be recovered and promoted.

Deportation is easy. Enforce the laws on the books. Fine employers that hire illegals. Make it economically impractical to hire them. Allow I.C.E. and the border patrol to do their jobs. Use the vast information power of the federal government and find out who is here illegally, who is supporting them and made them cease. Another component is to cut off all money going to people who are here illegally. Our government at any level has no right to use money to support people here illegally.

The other part of the plan is to create positive incentive for the illegals to self deport. Realize that the federal government is culpable in the problem by allowing some of these illegals to stay as long as they have. There is no compassionate way to just uproot and force some to leave. Announce that for a 1 year period of time all illegals who come forth and self identify as illegals will be given a stipend, allowed to take a percentage of what they have acquired with them and have paid transportation to their destination. Couple that with the increased scrutiny in their everyday lives and you will have many “turn themselves in” to be deported. Many are here because of the lack of scrutiny of our immigration services. When that changes so will the illegal’s ability to continue with their lives here.

The federal government has a constitutional duty to protect our borders. Article 4 Section 4 states in partiality “ The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union, a republican form of government, and shall protect each of them against invasion…”. We the people need to stop accepting failure and stop this invasion.

Understand that what we are allowing to happen to our country is not sustainable and history shows us that it is detrimental to the long term prosperity and sovereignty of a country. We have a border and immigration laws for a reason. That reason is to secure the blessings of liberty, for ourselves and our posterity. We cannot continue to be an open border country and expect to remain a free and prosperous one.

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