BEFORE EVEN TALKING
Before even talking about legal versus illegal immigration, I’d like to bring up that $7.8 milliion plus the cost of 3100 employees the federal government has spent can easily do a lot for the American people: to help providing medical help for the disabled veterans, to help the homeless, to repair some of the roads and so on. I’d demand President Obama to justify to the American people for asking for more tax dollars while spending our tax dollars on legalizing illegal aliens.
If our immigration system is broken because we do not grant amnesty (or legal status) to the illegal aliens, I’d vote to leave our immigration system broken the way it is. The majority of the poll has already shown that the American people do NOT want granting legal status to illegal aliens even if that would mean breaking up families. Instead the American people demand enforcing our existing immigration laws and securing our border to stop illegals from entering our country. The election results from last November were loud and clear, and if the President and anyone who is fighting for amnesty for illegals still don’t get the message God helps them.
The American people love immigrants, and only those people obtain their green cards via legal means are qualified as immigrants. People who enter our country iillegally are nowhere close to be considered immigrants. Instead they are considered lawbreakers regardless of circumstances. Illegals are not eligible to work, and should have no reason paying taxes, let alone obtaining social security benefits.