DACA Or Amnesty To Become The Majority?

Friday, January 19, 2018

As we have the political drama that we see in D.C. let’s be honest about what DACA is all about. We understand as the liberal policies of abortion, dependency on the government and an anti-American globalist / progressive agenda that many have come to realize these policies no longer represent their core beliefs and have left a certain party. Without an influx of new dependency voters many in this party see the writing on the wall that they will lose their political power. I have no idea how they will resolve this problem but here would be some of my suggestions. 

First off we must know exactly the number of those in our country illegally and with that said there would be a 60 day period where all undocumented people in this country must register with the federal government. This could be done by each state through the DMV. After this time period anyone without such identification would be immediately deported to their home country and whatever expense would be deducted from foreign aid going to that country. 

After receiving a registration identification they could then apply with their home country for United States Citizenship for whatever fee that is established by said nation to receive expedited favor. We would not receive any further immigrants from this country until those who are already here that have registered have gone thru the system at whatever yearly quota which is set by the United States. There would not be any further lottery or chain immigration, period. If they do not want to leave their family then they should of stayed at home. 

Of course during this probation period they would not be eligible for government social program which if we’ll be honest have drawn many of these people here. 

You may say that I am mean and have no feeling for the down trodden but let’s understand why these people are in the state they are in. Due to socialistic / communistic policies these people has been oppressed without any pathway out of their condition. The irony of this all is a certain party wants to lead us down this path to socialism / communism because they are “compassionate”. In my opinion we actually do these people an injustice as we send “foreign aid” that a very small percentage gets to those in need. All that this aid does is to prop up corrupt governments that need to fail. We need to take care of our down trodden first. 

The United Sates is not perfect as it is made up with imperfect people but we know without a doubt this country as founded based upon it’s Divinely inspired Constitution along with its free market economy is still the greatest nation on Earth.

Jay Reed
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