This entry is to cover some issues that I have run across while listening to a morning radio show on a local rock station here in Houston (Walton and Johnson morning show on
I had originally intended to make this one huge blog covering as many as 8 issues that we face here in the
I know I have been out of the scene for a while but I had some personal, family issues that needed to be worked on. I hope to get some positive feedback (Well, any feedback would be good) from these posts because I am doing a great deal of work to make this happen. I wouldn’t mind being noticed even if I am not appreciated.
Due to the amount of time needed to each point of this issue, I will only touch on highlighted points and go into further detail or discussion for individual points if comments merit.
This is a touchy subject for a lot of people. Before continuing with a suggested solution, I will first take a look at the problem. Seems like a logical place to start. Keep in mind that there are exceptions to almost everything.
First off, let’s try and look at this for what it is. Immigration is good. There is nothing wrong with immigration as long as it takes the proper channels. There is a difference between entering another country through legal channels and entering another country through means of legal evasion. The lines between the two are obvious.
When a person enters another nation by contacting the immigration authorities and filing for work or education visas or with a request for citizenship, that person is entering through legal channels. When a person enters another nation under the cloak of night or in the trunk of a car to avoid being detected, they are illegally entering that nation and should be subject to legal recourse from authoritative entities.
As for having civil rights, you are not afforded certain rights under the Constitution of the
Let’s take a look at some things that feed this problem. The starting point is
Blame for wanting to come to the
Two points of interest come to mind; military deployment and the war on drugs. The
Why not take those military personnel and place them on our boarders where they can defend our homeland? I’m not saying they should be set in place to shoot immigrants. I want to cut that off right here before getting accused of being a militant racist. The point of the
Now we come to something that will probably get me flamed by some and praised by others, the war on drugs. At 12 billion dollars a year, how many entry stations could we put in place and/or maintained? There is almost 2000 miles of land border between the
The war on drugs would be much better covered at the border than several hundred or several thousand miles away and will help build a better image, internationally, for the
Politicians need to make some decisions before everything falls apart. I hear people complaining everyday so if you have a problem with any of my suggested solutions, please provide alternatives and do not just complain to me for saying something you don't like. We have enough complaints, we need solutions.