Georgia’s New Illegal Alien Law – Butt Out Mexico and 10 Other Countries
Since when do other countries have a say in our law making procedures or any other issue related to American citizens? They don’t. Why are Mexico and ten other countries filing court papers in support of efforts to halt Georgia’s tough new immigration enforcement law? The law authorizes law enforcement to check the immigration status of a suspect who cannot provide accepted identification and to detain and hand over to federal authorities anyone found to be in the country illegally.
I really don’t see the problem with Georgia’s or Arizona’s “Illegal Alien Laws.” If our government would attempt to do their job – individual states would not have to create these “new” laws. But since laws like this face tough challenges from the Obama administration, they may not be implemented any time soon.
Other countries have far stricter immigration laws than the U.S. does. It’s no wonder there is such an “invasion” of illegals into the U.S. Instead of being punished for breaking the law, illegal aliens are rewarded for making the choice to come to the U.S. with access to social services, education and health care. Other countries use large fines and imprisonment to hinder their illegal alien problems.
The U.S. gives illegals all that they need to come here and live and survive. This happens a lot in my home state of Kentucky. Illegal immigrants come here to work in the tobacco fields, get paid fairly well, some tax free. Most come here on work permits, but they forget to go back to there home country when the permit runs out. Then start a family while you the taxpayer foots the bill. Adding insult to injury, farm hands are often paid in cash and much of that money is sent back home tax free. There are entire check-cashing and wire services just to service this activity.
Eleven foreign nations are suing the state of Georgia because those countries don’t like our illegal alien laws. Leftist socialist groups like the ACLU and the SEIU are helping them to do it. What will most likely happen is these 11 countries and the two leftist socialist groups will tie this up in court – costing again taxpayers even more money.
I am 100% against any immigrant entering my country illegally.
If you leave whatever country you live in and come across the border into America without first applying for the proper documentation – then it is illegal – you should be detained and removed and have a couple of years ban placed on you from entering the U.S.