How About a “Comprehensive” Plan to Deport Illegals?

John Lillipop | February 5, 2014 




By John W. Lillpop


For nigh unto 20 years, America has battled to get its hands around the invasion of our nation by illegal aliens, most of whom come here from south of our borders.

In 1994, California voters approved, by a 2-1 margin, Proposition 187 which would have denied services to illegals.  That proposition was  eventually scuttled by Governor Gray Davis who argued that the law was too “divisive.”

20 years later, the nation is overrun with non-English speaking foreigners who decided, unilaterally, to move to the US, notwithstanding our borders and laws.

The US Congress has entered the fray with several attempts at fixing the immigration mess, mostly by caving into illegals who demand everything, in exchange for diluting American culture and language with third-world habits and language.

Throughout the years, politicians have sought to pass laws that would allow government to make that which is illegal and immoral suddenly legal and the “right thing to do.”

Oddly enough, over the years no one has proposed that the government do its job be enforcing the rule of law, including the deportation of those who do not belong here.

And so the crisis grows and grows. It is now estimated that providing services and goods to illegals costs US taxpayers more than $110 billion each year!

110 billion a year to support people who have no legal or moral basis for being here!

Yes, deporting 11 million, or 30 million, invaders would be expensive. But we could save $110 billion a year, or more than a trillion dollars over 10 years, by deporting invaders.

Americans should take to the streets to demand that the idiotic plans to grant amnesty be scrapped.

In it’s place, lets implement comprehensive deportation plans, buttressed by secure borders.

That is the right thing to do!







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