Self Induced Tragedy: Our Missing U.S. Borders

 Posted:  June 15, 2014

The movement of children has accelerated. They have been coming in greater and greater numbers from Mexico, Central America, and parts even further south. While the Administration and Democrats call for “immigration reform” our borders have disappeared. Border patrol officers have picked up between 45,000 and 90,000 children crossing the U.S. border illegally. There are international laws and U.S. laws in place to protect these children even if they are from somewhere else. They come because of violence and political in-stability in their originating countries, and they are destabilizing the border states who are trying to come up with solutions when the Federal government doesn’t do one of their only legitimate jobs – control the border.

Part of the problem is that the children have left their homes to find their fathers who are working in the U.S. illegally. Part of the problem is that Mexico is not stopping these children from crossing their country and entering the U.S. Part of the problem is that the current Obama Administration and the U.S. Senate have been pushing for “amnesty” and “comprehensive immigration reform”. The message is loud and clear that anyone who gets to the U.S. will be granted citizenship etc. etc.

This is an old old debate. President Reagan granted amnesty to millions of people here illegally and, in return, the borders were supposed to be sealed shut. Obviously, the borders are non-existent and, as a result, we have a cascading amount of problems that arise when people come here who don’t have the authorization to be here.

Tom Udall is one of those progressive liberals who talk about immigration building our country. What he doesn’t talk about is the rule of law, the sovereignty of the U.S. under attack, the legal, ethical and moral problems that accrue when a country doesn’t protect it’s borders and cultural identity. He has voted for the Dream Act, the Comprehensive Immigration Act created in the Senate even though the Senate knows there is no chance in the House.

Illegal immigration helps big business, helps Democrats who want an expanding voter base.

In the U.S. with one in seven people on food stamps, how does one think we can continue to let people come here from around the world not knowing the language, customs and history of our country?

When a country encourages bad behavior it gets more of it.

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