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This will surely lead to more calls like Sen. McCain made to "Complete the danged fence".
If they "complete the danged fence" more of them will come by sea. The Obamanation is pulling an end run around enforcement. He is ordering that all immigrants being held for deportation have their cases reviewed and unless they have committed a violent crime they are to be released. So, the thieves and those using fake identities will continue to get a free ride. Apparently the only way you can get deported is to commit a violent crime, and even that is iffy. Why wouldn't they continue to come? They have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
A "sea fence"?
While it's true that the vast majority of illegals enter the US right now by land, they've also been coming by sea for some time. The Gulf of Mexico is prime turf for illegal entry, and especially the Florida Straits that wrap around the southern part of the state from the Gulf to the Atlantic. This activity doesn't get much coverage, but there's far more going on at sea than most of us hear about.
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Web-site/URL: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/36020850/ns … itol_hill/It's still nasty, nastier than we've ever seen
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