Time for new immigration rules


This migrant crisis certainly has people writing in strong terms.

I try to read each comment on the blog carefully and often don’t understand how some of them indicate that the writer has come to a conclusion about what another writer believes.

Maybe congress should do something about it.

We deserve better


8 Responses to Time for new immigration rules

  1. John Dungan says:

    I know what you mean. Looking at the few comments from yesterday, at least one poster’s comments don’t appear to be responses to previous posts at all. It’s as if someone is having another – outside – conversation. I got lost trying to follow the thread, despite the fact that the poster seemed to be making valid points.


  2. Anonymous says:

    The message is we are stupid to be arguing about where a detention center sized to handle the current volume of illegal alien invasion because a)Congress could solve the problem immediately by changing immigration laws related to asylum making the building unnecessary and b) seeing this as the new normal that must be accommodated will turn us into the lawless environment they fled faster than anyone expects. The cartels will be using these people to expand their activities and territorial control using their silver or bullet recruiting methods. We are better off looking at existing facilities like the Hoover factory because the need is immediate and hopefully short term if Congress fixes it. And Brutus, while I realize you’ve probably never been in the building I have. Modern factories are clean and built in ways to allow the inside to be quickly reconfigured if layout needs change. Fitting that building up to accommodate illegal alien detention “humanely” wouldn’t be difficult. But, ultimately Congress needs to react quickly because once these folks are released they aren’t going to come back to be deported.


    • Anonymous says:



    • Anonymous says:

      Build the wall. Free up hundreds of BP agents who can then go hunt down the no shows.


      • Anonymous says:

        The wall needs to be part of it if for no other reason than to make it easier to channel traffic to corridors that are easier to patrol. But, Congress needs to act now, because every month they delay another 100,000 are disappearing into the shadows. To put that in perspective, El Paso has about 835,000 residents. Unchecked we are moving in a “city” the size of El Paso full of marginally employable folks about every 8 months at current volumes.


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