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Thread: Good ideas how to improve America in 2006

  1. #1
    - The wall along the US-Mexican boarder should be longer than Chinese wall. It should visible from the moon clearly.
    - 20 miles No-Go zone shall be established along the US-Mexican border which would be bombed regularly something like in the Gaza Strip.
    - Overstaying a visa should be made highest ever possible crime against humanity.
    - Hunting for illegal alien should be a sport like hunting for wild animals.
    - Democratic party should shut down.

  2. #2
    - The wall along the US-Mexican boarder should be longer than Chinese wall. It should visible from the moon clearly.
    - 20 miles No-Go zone shall be established along the US-Mexican border which would be bombed regularly something like in the Gaza Strip.
    - Overstaying a visa should be made highest ever possible crime against humanity.
    - Hunting for illegal alien should be a sport like hunting for wild animals.
    - Democratic party should shut down.

  3. #3
    Maria you are illegal immigrant right?

  4. #4
    Could you really tell me what my legal status is right now please?
    After 15 years of an overstay I have a pending AOS. Am I legal or still illegal in USA?

    Who is going to find, pack and transport 11 millions of people plus their US relatives, spouses and minors?

    Will the logistic operation cause no major turbulences in US transport and economy if 11 millions of people suddenly quit the jobs and leaves apartments, houses and stops shopping?

    This would like emptying NYC with suburbans.

    How about mercy?

    If illegal aliens get criminalized than the US President should go to jail too for forcing guest worker program which would help criminals (illegal aliens) to stay and work in US, shouldn't he?

  5. #5
    I would not venture to say much about this controversial bill now in the hands of the Senate. Legal arguments are compelling regarding the bona fide intent of a bill that fails to amend INA when it comes to unconstitutional statutes observed by the Court of Appeals. In fact, the bill reinforces these unconstitutional acts. Congress cannot operate in a void of all law, but its acts are clearly limited by the Constitution of the United States.

  6. #6
    Someone12
    Guest
    1. Deport all illegals within 2 weeks
    2. Start with Maria
    3. See #1

  7. #7
    Maria,
    You are illegal as of now.

    Be careful what you wish for.

    They could deport your a s s!!

  8. #8
    Nobody can deport me because I write from Mexico.

  9. #9
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Maria:

    - Democratic party should shut down.

    Each year, the President of the United States (George W. Bush) sends a proposal to the Congress for the maximum number of refugees to admitted into the country for the upcoming fiscal year. The actual number of admitted refugees rose in subsequent years with refugee ceiling for 2006 at 70,000. Of the top ten countries accepting resettled refugees in 2006, the United States accepted more than twice as many as the next nine countries combined. The U.S. State Department says the United States is willing to accept 25,000 Iraqi refugees in 2007. Ellen Sauerbrey, assistant secretary of state for population, refugees and migration, said the 25,000 would be part of a contingent of 70,000 refugees worldwide that the State Department can traditionally offer to resettle in the United States, subject to Congressional approval.

    The President has stated that his eventual goal is a program that resettles 90,000 refugees in the United States each year, more than twice the total number of refugees resettled by all other developed countries combined in any year since the federal program began in 1980. In recent years, the main refugee sending-regions have been Africa (Somalia, Liberia, Sudan, Ethiopia).

    Though currently limited to no more than 15,000 individuals, the so-called Somali Bantu have direct clan relationships with at least 100,000 others in Somalia. Every refugee flow that the U.S. government has initiated suggests that it is realistic to expect that most of these 100,000 people will eventually make it to the United States one way or another. Another one million Bantus live in Somalia, many of whom can be expected to try to emigrate thanks to expanded ethnic networks, their enhanced chances of success in the United States, and what for some is a newfound ethnic identity conferred upon them by international bureaucrats.

    There were 1,122,373 immigrants who were granted legal residence in 2005. The top five countries of birth "” Mexico, India, China, the Philippines, and Cuba "” accounted for 36.8 percent of all persons who received LPR status in 2005. Legal immigration to the U.S. increased from 2.5 million in the 1950s to 4.5 million in the 1970s to over 1 million annually during George Bush´s presidency. Net illegal immigration also soared from about 130,000 per year in the 1970s to over 500,000 per year in the 1990s. Illegal immigration may be as high as 1,500,000 per year in 2006.

    Bureau figures released Wednesday show the U.S. population grew by 2.8 million between July 1, 2004, and July 1, 2005. Hispanics accounted for 1.3 million of that increase. Census statistics also show that 45% of children under age 5 are from a racial or ethnic minority. In Phoenix, Tucson and Denver, the white population has recently fallen below 50 percent. Demographers say non-Hispanic white people soon will be a minority in 35 of the country's 50 largest cities.

    Texas Democratic Rep. Solomon Ortiz, whose district abuts the Mexican border, said the "strength of the Border Patrol is dwindling" because 24 more agents from the McAllen, Texas, sector, which takes in several border counties, were deployed with the National Guard for the Iraq war. Congress recently held field hearings in Texas and other states to examine how the porous border impacts national security. Local law enforcement officials were invited to share their experiences. All expressed frustration with the lack of resources and attention being paid to the U.S. border. The lawmakers also said they were disappointed with Bush's spending plan for 2006, which would provide $37 million to hire 210 Border Patrol agents.

    A new congressional analysis shows the Iraq war is now costing taxpayers almost $2 billion a week "” nearly twice as much as in the first year of the conflict three years ago and 20 percent more than last year "” as the Pentagon spends more on establishing regional bases to support the extended deployment and scrambles to fix or replace equipment damaged in combat. The war will soon cost more than $500 billion. A study by Columbia University economist Joseph E. Stiglitz, who won the Nobel Prize in economics in 2001, and Harvard lecturer Linda Bilmes concludes that the total costs of the Iraq war could top the $2 trillion mark.

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