The Border.. my 2 cents

I think all peaceful immigrants deserve equal access to migrating to this country. One country, due to proximity, does not deserve greater access to the freedoms and opportunities we enjoy here. I feel we should refine our system of allowing all immigrants equal and fair treatment. Funny enough, much of this problem would be negated if we only had legal immigrants in this country. Currently weak-willed employers hire illegal immigrants at slave wages and the immigrants are lured in with the promise of prosperity that won’t occur for years.

What we need to do is ensure immigrants that come into this country earn their citizenship. Without American Citizenship they fall prey to evil organizations that abuse their vulnerability. As they are in this vulnerable state, socialist leanings of our government make them dependent upon them in hopes that when the immigrant gains citizenship, that the immigrant will support the official. Ignorant that the official has in many ways enslaved them to government support. It’s a vicious cycle that both the Republicans and Democrats have shown to exploit as it fits their needs.

Sure I would like to help everyone in the world, but we can’t. We have limited infrastructure and resources. We need to help immigrants help themselves by:
1. Stop all illegal immigration. (It primarily only enslaves the immigrant to business and the government.)

2.Greatly increase legal immigration.

3. Streamline the process for citizenship. (Loose some of the typical bureaucracy and BS)

Once again we are not helping them by just encouraging them to run in and be exploited. In addition we are removing opportunities for legal immigrants of other nations. I believe that by only allowing illegal immigration, we will be doing the most we can, for those we can and allowing them to help themselves.

Who is Paul Darr?

Paul Darr has lived in California, Oregon, Colorado, and currently lives in San Antonio, Texas. Paul is also an Army Veteran, who has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. On the political spectrum Paul is a Libertarian that advocates fiscal responsibility and social tolerance. Paul is currently employed as an IT Manager and is a father of a handsome boy and beautiful daughter. In his free time Paul enjoys reading, using and modifying open source software, gaming, and several other geeky pursuits.

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