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Just Asking: Illegal Immigration — Why Must We Fix It?

Clearly, there is nobody in this country who questions the fact that America has a problem with illegal immigration.
However, it is a problem that we‘ve had for many years.

Moreover, it is the same problem that we’ve had since Congress passed the last TWO immigration bills, legislation that the politicians of both parties then-claimed would permanently solve the immigration problem, a problem that they now want us to solve again.

Are you starting to see a pattern here?

Democrats in Washington want these bills passed because amnesty legislation means that they will instantly gain more Democrat voters.

Some Republicans in Washington want these bills passed because they are a bunch of sniveling, gutless, unprincipled, Progressive, power-hungry, campaign-promise-breaking, boot-licking, unpatriotic pukes, with backbones like marshmallows.

Then I have to constantly listen to so-called conservatives telling me that we must do something to bring these people out of the shadows and back into the mainstream of society.

The question I keep asking myself is this: Why?

Who says it is our responsibility to try and fix this problem?

People who come into our country illegally, sneaking across our borders, entering under the shadow of night, these people have deliberately chosen this lifestyle for themselves.

Perhaps we should just get out of their way and let them live it.

If you have to constantly hide from the authorities because you’re worried about the possibility of deportation, perhaps you should be.

Why has YOUR decision suddenly become MY problem?

And why should the law-abiding American public be required to pick up the tab for those who have deliberately chosen to break our laws?

Why must we be told that we have to provide jobs, education, and health care for those who willingly chose to enter our country illegally and can go back home and get those things for free?

And although Obama is doing his dictatorial-best to eliminate this fact, law-abiding American citizens are often forced to live with the outcomes of the choices they make for themselves.

R.G. Yoho

About the author, R.G. Yoho:

R.G. Yoho is a Western author who has published seven books, including “Death Comes to Redhawk,” along with a non-fiction work entitled “America’s History is His Story.”

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