I see the point people are making that why bother having immigration laws if we're just going to pick and choose who they apply to. My dad is an immigrant who went through the entire legal process, and has been a citizen ever since, but on the same token I know quite a few people actually who have come to the US illegally due to some really horrendous situations in their home countries and honestly if I were in their position, I would have done the same for my family, so its hard for me to simply throw the books of laws at everyone and get on a stand and start saying we need to just throw everyone out. Eleven million people is A LOT of people and as it stands now, I don't see how it would even be feasible or prudent to kick them all out and not suffer any ill effects or to break up families that may have now been here for decades. What do you think?
Should we round up all the illegal immigrants and deport them all?
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This is a very sensitive subject. The illegal problem is placing a huge financial burden on the USA. We're considered a wealthy country but even we have our limits. Tough choices are going to have to be made. Look at the refugee problem in Europe and how they're handling it but the USA is a bunch of assholes for being the same way? Why?0
Anyone who thinks this is a good idea is brainless0
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