We've shipped them back before, we can do it again
Three Presidents did it, yet we never hear about it
I FOUND THIS TO BE VERY INTERESTING.
I WONDER WHY IT WAS NEVER BROUGHT UP.
What did Hoover, Truman, and Eisenhower have in common?
Here is something that should be of great interest for you to pass around.
I didn't know of this until it was pointed out to me.
Back during The Great Depression, President Herbert Hoover ordered the
deportation of ALL illegal aliens in order to make jobs available to American
citizens that desperately needed work..
Harry Truman deported over two million Illegal's after WWII to create jobs for returning veterans.
And then again in 1954, President Dwight Eisenhower deported 13 million
Mexican Nationals! The program was called 'Operation Wetback'. It was
done so WWII and Korean Veterans would have a better chance at jobs.
It took 2 Years, but they deported them!
Now...if they could deport the illegal's back then - they could sure do it today.
lf you have doubts about the veracity of this information, enter Operation
Wetback into your favorite search engine and confirm it for yourself.
Don't forget to pay your taxes...
12 million Illegal Aliens are depending on you!
Let's do it!
Side Score: 10
Wait...., What? No!
Side Score: 3
I'm having a really tough time finding a summer job. I went to this one local restaurant today because my mom said she saw a Help Wanted sign, but they already filled the position. I'm sure if a lot of illegal immigrants are deported, it would allow legal citizens, who pay taxes, to find jobs
Side: Let's do it!
we do not call ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS ILLEGAL with out reason. they are hear unlawfully, do not pay takes, increase population amounts and demands on the environment and infrastructure, they take jobs of people who have a right to be here, they drain funding from the educational systems, Medicare/Medicaid, as well as other public services, and finally (unfortunately, I using a sterotype but this is not meant as an overspecialization a high percentage then the majority of demographics but not all of them not all) bring violence and narcotics in to urban areas.
You also have to remember that todays society is very different if a cop shot a person for no other reason than the fact that they forgot there papers hell would rain down on that cop no matter the legislation. Such violence would never happen
You also have to remember that we live in a more digital age and with such a law it would be very easy for a cop to type a name / some personal information such as that found on a drivers license and find out if the person is a legal citizen and if such a data base does not exist it would be fairly easy to create one.
Side: Let's do it!
Uh sorry, I just looked up operation wetback and I see some images in my head... Here is one of them..
Officer: Hey burrito boy come 'er
Pedro(Ha Ha sterotypes): But sir...
Officer: SHOW ME YOUR PAPERS now!
Pedro: I don't have them sir..
Officer: You are coming with me.
After some filing at the police station.... (sorry for the plot hole)
Officer: You are going back to Meheeco...
Pedro: No I am a legal citizen!
Pedro runs away fearing being taken away from his home
The officer fires at him, killing him
In the end the Officer gets off free, for Pedro resisted rightful justice or something like that.
Side: Potential abuse of the system worries me
This is very interesting, only because the public school board doesn't think it's important to teach in California...
I believe we should, ultimately, accept Mexican immigrants and legalize them. This sounds simple, maybe, but it is really a very complex thing to consider. There are a lot of particulars that could make or break the idea, and I've just sat here for maybe 30 minutes thinking about the implications of every tiny thought that's went through my mind... but I believe that the best thing to do would be to legalize the immigrants that are here, now, but deport Mexicans that have a criminal history here which is hard to tell when they're not citizens, and deport drug abusers.
It would help everyone involved, I think, because Mexican immigrants would have the freedom to move out into job sectors that they aren't allowed as illegals. This would cause them to seek higher education, to push out of the barrios that they are stuck in, and would give them rights as employees that they currently need. Getting people out of the barrios will be more difficult than just legalizing them, it's going to take a lot more, but Mexicans are hard working people, good people, they really are. Even despite the fact that they aren't recognized by the state, have no protection in the united states, and are so looked down upon by resident population of America.
So I say we legalize them for the good of the Americans that are and are not currently recognized by the state.
That, or you can all get the f*ck off of my property. I am over 50% real "Native American".
Side: Wait...., What? No!