Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Immigration enforcement: If only we were more like...Mexico?

Never thought I'd utter that phrase, but in regards to immigration enforcement, yeah, perhaps we should take a tip south of the border...
BuzzFeed: Mexican officials have deported more than 13,000 of the 14,000 undocumented, unaccompanied minors who have been caught at Mexico’s southern border, a rate significantly higher than in the United States, according to government sources familiar with the situation.

Additionally, Mexican authorities have deported more than 64,000 of the estimated 69,000 adults that have been detained along their southern border this year.

Those numbers stand in stark contrast to the deportation of minor immigrants from the United States: None of the more than 60,000 Central American minors detained this year have been deported.
No due process. That's reserved for citizens. Just catch and deport. Not a problem...in Mexico.

Related link: Gutierrez On Coming Obama Executive Amnesty: 'Get Prepared'

ADDENDUM: In relation to our current, rampant lawlessness, as well as the related link on Gutierrez, Rush says Obama is gonna set this country ABLAZE!

ADDENDUM II: What right? Excellent point, Rush!
"What is immigration rights? What right to immigrate does anybody have? There is no such right. That is a behavior permissible by American law. There’s no right to immigrate. Immigration rights groups. Anyway..."

Related links: Luis Gutierrez and the Amnesty Stack
Democrat Amnesty Strategy: Shutdown!

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