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Immigrants vs. Illegals (perspective)
Posted by Brian Richardson on May 12 2005
While I'd say the forums ARE for addressing politics of one nature or another...

I’ll express – Use your right and left OAR & while in a "no spin zone" grab a fly rod.

I do not see eye to eye with having this mass means of access through USA borders.  Nevertheless, even dead-bolting the border crossing (so to speak) would only maintain honest immigrants as honest people, and there would still be the ‘illegals’ imminent or overtly arriving illegally.

To secure our borders from budding and especially existent hostile intentions or threats is the big picture.  Preventing lawful, permissible immigration and limiting population or increased development is not even a part of “secure the border” initiatives… nor is it the foundation of out nation.

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