Let's take immigration. The latest bill is working its way through Congress. As usual, the discussion is more about finger pointing and political maneuvering than what is best for the American people. No one seems to talk straight about what is really going on. First, we have hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants in the US. They are here illegally; hence they do not pay taxes. Yet, they attend our schools, get medical treatment at no charge, use our roads, and create pop up labor pools in our communities.
citizen tax dollars and stop illegal immigration? Send them back. When people realize they can't get a free pass, they won't come anymore illegally. And if the legalization process is crazy complicated, then change it. We welcome
people into our country to work and build a better life for their family. But we should not welcome illegals and we should not let them stay. We can't seem to figure out why this is even a partisan issue? Who benefits from cheap labor? What do you think?