Anyone think we need to make immigration laws in the United States of America as tough as those of other countries?
Starting with making them the same as Mexico?
Would we alleviate much of the problem if they were enforced?
Anyone have a clue as to what the laws of Mexico actually are?
We could "alleviate much of our problems" if we just enforced the laws we already have.
I think, if you don't actually get shot dead trying it's two years in prison for a first offense.
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