Immigration reform should not be so complicated

Yesterday, we learned that "legalization" could cost trillions in welfare.  You can forget "legalization" if this is true. We also heard about cracks in border security. Again, you won't get a bill out of the House, or even the US Senate, without border security. Frankly, immigration should not be so complicated.   Immigration reform should be about: 1) Enforcing existing laws. The US has every right to have immigration laws. I hated it when people act as if the US is not supposed to have immigration laws or restrict who comes into the country. Maybe some of these people should try moving to another country.  Better than that, go down to the Mexico consulate and request an application for a "work visa" in Mexico. I did that in the 1980s and the paperwork was unbelievable.  I also had to prove to the Mexican government that I wouldn't be a burden to the state south of the border! 2) Securing the border is a matter of...(Read Full Post)