Tom Udall Says Little Impact in Artesia From Immigrants From Central America

 Posted:  July 7, 2014

What does a community do when borders are left open, children and adults from Central America walk into the U.S. without being stopped, overwhelm border agents told to stand down and let them come over, and them watch as these uninvited persons, not even guests, are brought to government facilities where they receive benefits even citizens can’t get and are flown all over the U.S. to cities where they will be processed. We are not talking in the hundreds. We are talking about 130,000 in the space of a few months. We really don’t know how many will be sent back because many of them have showed up looking for illegal dads working in the U.S.

Can the U.S. become a refugee camp for people from around the world? Why isn’t Mexico stopping these persons from crossing their country when they have strict border controls? Perhaps it is true that the current Administration and Democrats like Tom Udall like the crisis they created because they can use it to push amnesty for illegals and bash the Republicans in an election year? They wouldn’t do that would they?

Residents of Artesia didn’t really have a choice. Residents of Murrieta, California didn’t really have a choice.

Ask yourself – what chances do these illegals who don’t speak English, have no money and no skills, have to establish themselves in the U.S. that can’t even find jobs and resources for its own native born citizens? Do people who want to welcome these illegals understand the stretches this influx puts on their schools, their hospitals, their police departments, their budgets? Isn’t it the responsibility of their home countries to take care of them?

Tom Udall, despite plenty of concerns by Artesia residents, chooses only to say that there is little impact from this invasion.

Costs? He never thinks about costs. The President has asked Congress for $2 billion to deal with the issue. If he would have secured the border, using already allotted funds, the cost would be $0.

Why doesn’t Tom Udall ask about why the taxpayer has to pay for services not rendered that have already been paid for?

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