Operation "In Plain Sight" Thursday morning saw more than 800 law enforcement officers break up a massive human smuggling ring in Arizona that stretched to various states across the nation. It was the largest coordinated action ever led by ICE.
On Sunday 5/17/10 , I watched a show called Newsmaker Sunday on a Fox channel. The moderator was interviewing Mr. Matt Allen, the ICE director stationed in Phoenix Arizona.
He was asked about the governments actions in cooperation with local police when illegals are found. Mr. Allen couldn't give the moderator a straight answer ,what he did was spin the questions.
From what I got out of the conversation was that ICE will take control of the illegal and decide what actions the government will take.
1 Deportation back to the country of origin
2.Release them back into society
Think about it
With these actions we can see why the illegals keep coming back across the border. It is unbelievable that there is no punishment for breaking the law.
Our government is not protecting it's citizens or it's borders.
From up here in Canada, Canadians are the minority,and for many more reasons our Country in my opinion has no patriotism at all, it embarrasses me. I want to move back down south again
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by TheSituation 8 years ago
I just finished writing a hub on this topic and I am wondering if people out there think that we will be able to come to a consensus on a common sense approach to immigration or is this topic just too emotional for serious rational discussion? Thought?
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
And I have an opinion on why. I would love to be wrong, but I just don't see this ever happening. IMOReason why:Illegals in America = Cheaper labor cost.American Business is all about profit. When a business can pay less for labor then the profits rise so that is the way it will go. Illegal workers...
by MikeNV 4 years ago
Funny how Mexico isn't very tolerant of Illegal Immigration.------------------- Mexican Laws -----------------------Foreigners who are deported from Mexico and attempt to re-enter the country without authorization can be imprisoned for up to 10 years (Article 118)"A penalty of up to two years...
by Riece 8 years ago
In my humble opinion, the Arizona immigration law is not racist. I'll tell you why. Yes, and this cannot be argued, most illegal immigrants in Arizona are Hispanic, but the law targets illegal immigrants, not illegal Hispanic immigrants. As a worker in a bank, I help illegal immigrants all the time...
by MikeNV 8 years ago
Or should they just be voted on and made into law and "fixed" later.Maybe this is the new Government Paradigm.Make laws that only a select few are privy too... then just fix them later.That's an interesting plan.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
illegal immigrants hurting your respective communities? The influx of illegals are having a disparate impact mostly in Texas, Arizona, and California. Many Texans, Arizonians, and Californians are reporting how the influx of illegals are negatively impacting their communities. ...
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