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9 months ago  ::  Jan 10, 2019 - 3:56PM #31
2BBobby
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Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:48PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:37PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:17PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:14PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:09PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Catch and release costs money and liabilty.  We are taking criticism for it.  Just end it and open the borders.  




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You have complained about, and accused others, of advocating "open borders".


You are now advocating open borders...literally. Quite a 180...




If we are going to secure the border the smartest choice is obviously National E-Verify.  The worst is catch and release.  Our actions are counter productive.


AOC calls irresponsible reckless parents more American than border enforcement.  That is absurd.  Their first act on our soil is breaking our laws and relying on us to save them from their pitiful conditions after throwing themselves in harms way.  That is not a game we should be playing.




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Bottom line...you are now advocating literally open borders with only E-Verify as a deterrent to illegal immigration.




The worst form of border protection is catch and release, the second worst is apprehension and deportation, then there is open borders, next physical barriers, finally the best is E-Verify.




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Your position is clear, which no amount of word smoke will obscure or conceal.

9 months ago  ::  Jan 10, 2019 - 3:57PM #32
NW
Posts: 13,163

Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:52PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:50PM, NW wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:48PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:37PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:17PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:14PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:09PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Catch and release costs money and liabilty.  We are taking criticism for it.  Just end it and open the borders.  




~~~~~~~~~


You have complained about, and accused others, of advocating "open borders".


You are now advocating open borders...literally. Quite a 180...




If we are going to secure the border the smartest choice is obviously National E-Verify.  The worst is catch and release.  Our actions are counter productive.


AOC calls irresponsible reckless parents more American than border enforcement.  That is absurd.  Their first act on our soil is breaking our laws and relying on us to save them from their pitiful conditions after throwing themselves in harms way.  That is not a game we should be playing.




~~~~~~~~~~~~


Bottom line...you are now advocating literally open borders with only E-Verify as a deterrent to illegal immigration.




The worst form of border protection is catch and release, the second worst is apprehension and deportation, then there is open borders, next physical barriers, finally the best is E-Verify.




E-Verify would slow the movement of illegals by not allowing them to work.  However, it still does nothing to address the illegals who cross the border every day to bring the heroin and meth to our country.  They aren't looking for work; they're already working.




DEA and traditional law enforcement can nab them.




The problem is that they can't.  They're doing a great job at stopping heroin coming through ports of entry but they estimate they're stopping only 5-10% of the heroin entering between crossings.

9 months ago  ::  Jan 10, 2019 - 4:03PM #33
2BBobby
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Jan 10, 2019 -- 3:57PM, NW wrote:


...they estimate they're stopping only 5-10% of the heroin entering between crossings.




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The Drug Enforcement Administration says "only a small percentage" of heroin seized by U.S. authorities comes across on territory between ports of entry. The same is true of drugs generally.


In a 2018 report, the agency said the most common trafficking technique by transnational criminal organizations is to hide drugs in passenger vehicles or tractor-trailers as they drive into the U.S. though entry ports, where they are stopped and subject to inspection. They also employ buses, cargo trains and tunnels, the report says, citing other smuggling methods that also would not be choked off by a border wall.




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