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Old 01-06-2012, 10:49 PM
 
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DEPORTATION!!

Sadly, a lot of criminals in Mexico have come to our country, illegally of course because the treasures at the end of their criminal rainbows are much richer here. They surely laugh at what fools our officials have been.
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Old 01-06-2012, 11:23 PM
 
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Deportation, however I think there should be a short jail sentence (maybe a month or so) first.

For a second or subsequent offense, a prison term of several years.

However, I would not support this until after a period of cutting off all taxpayer-funded benefits to illegals and prosecuting employers of illegals in large numbers so that the illegals lose their jobs. They should be given them time to self-deport (or be deported without incarceration) first.

if they do not want to go back to the country from which they came, keep them in the USA, just in a place we decide upon. johnson atoll comes to the very front of where I am thinking.
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Old 01-07-2012, 09:03 AM
 
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Deportation, however I think there should be a short jail sentence (maybe a month or so) first.

For a second or subsequent offense, a prison term of several years.
That's punishment for the American people. We can't afford to imprison people for non-violent felonies anymore on the level of immigration violations. It's too expensive. If the cost of deportation is much cheaper, may as well stick to that......even as futile as it ends up being.
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Old 01-07-2012, 11:54 AM
 
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Deportation, seizure and forfeiture of assets to pay for criminal/deportation costs and a permanent ban on re entry.

Re entry would earn them 5 years in a hard labor camp in the desert building roads and clearing trash with no compensation.

Also friends, family and employers to be held accountable for knowingly aiding and abetting a foreign criminal with steep fines and NO loopholes to avoid punitive measures.

Recent immigrants and green card holders involved would have their legal status revoked and would be deported also.

That and vigorously enforcing current laws = Problem solved !!!

Excellent ideas. I would add cutting off all foreign aid to countries whose nationals are in this country illegally. Can you see little Felipe Calderon throwing a hissy fit?
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Old 01-07-2012, 01:14 PM
 
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1. They should have to pay court costs and the legal fees associated with the hearing id found guilty.
2. They should have to pay all back taxes and or damages caused by thier crimes if any.
3. They should have to pay the cost in total for their deportation.
4. A mandatory 10 year ban from this country.
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Old 01-07-2012, 02:13 PM
 
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People that break the laws are held accountable here in the USA..The cartels so far dont control our police as in the countries SOUTH of here. So what should the punishment be?
Enforcement of current laws. If they are found to be here illegally, they should be deported.

Corruption in Mexico is the responsibility of the Mexican people, but breaking our laws is hardly the answer -- that's corrupt in itself.

As far as the cartels, 99.9% of the people killed by cartel violence were involved with criminal activities. Much of Mexico has lower homicide rates than much of the USA. Certainly lower than Los Angeles or Houston.
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Old 01-07-2012, 02:26 PM
 
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1. They should have to pay court costs and the legal fees associated with the hearing id found guilty.
2. They should have to pay all back taxes and or damages caused by thier crimes if any.
3. They should have to pay the cost in total for their deportation.
4. A mandatory 10 year ban from this country.
I couldn't agree more. They are systematically destroying and bankrupting this country simultaneously.
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Old 01-09-2012, 10:42 AM
 
Location: York, PA
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1. They should have to pay court costs and the legal fees associated with the hearing id found guilty.
2. They should have to pay all back taxes and or damages caused by thier crimes if any.
3. They should have to pay the cost in total for their deportation.
4. A mandatory 10 year ban from this country.
Great ideas, Tinman, but will the vast majority even be able to pay these fines? Plus, you can ban them for 100 years. They will find a way back.

Last edited by Gil3; 01-09-2012 at 11:14 AM..
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Old 01-09-2012, 10:45 AM
 
Location: York, PA
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Deportation, however I think there should be a short jail sentence (maybe a month or so) first.

For a second or subsequent offense, a prison term of several years.

However, I would not support this until after a period of cutting off all taxpayer-funded benefits to illegals and prosecuting employers of illegals in large numbers so that the illegals lose their jobs. They should be given them time to self-deport (or be deported without incarceration) first.
Why should we subsidize people who have no right to be here in the first place? Jail here is a picnic for most.
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Old 01-09-2012, 12:11 PM
 
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Great ideas, Tinman, but will the vast majority even be able to pay these fines? Plus, you can ban them for 100 years. They will find a way back.
Not if we secure our borders including a physical barrier. They won't be back if there are no jobs, benefits and birthright citizenship to fall back on either.
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