Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Warthogs's Border Security 101

No college credits for this but here goes anyway.

When I first started blogging, I wrote a post about why I can't be president. Now that we have pResident Teleprompter, if I won the lottery, I might run.

Border security is a hot button issue. It's really pretty basic if you break it down to it's simple roots. We will get down to the simple roots.

The United States of America is a sovereign nation. Merriam Webster defines sovereign as meaning: enjoying autonomy. Merriam Webster defines autonomy as meaning: the quality of being self-governing; especially the right of self government. A sovereign nation has defined borders. A sovereign nation has, as it's responsibility, a right to maintain and defend those borders. The First thing I want to address is the ingrained habit of liberals to selectively read things. The focus of this rant is ILLEGAL Immigration. If you're going to comment, then read and understand every word written, not just a select few.

The United States is a Representative Republic. This means that we are a nation of laws not of majority rules. The law currently in effect says that there are certain procedures that one needs to follow in order to enter the United States. Anyone who violates or circumvents these procedures, which are codified under federal law, is a criminal. It really is just that simple.

What we need to do. Step 1 is to reduce the flow of criminals into the United States. I see 2 ways to do this, one is much more palatable than the other. Idea #1 is to increase the size of the border patrol to a sufficient number of officers to actually patrol the border and catch illegals as they cross. Building a wall or fence with intrusion detection technology would facilitate this nicely. Every illegal caught is then entered into a database before being sent home so that repeat offenders can be identified and placed in prison.

What no one wants to tell you is that Mexico has a wall on their southern border to prevent illegal immigration and their laws on the matter are quite harsh. Can you say hypocrite? Sure you can.

Idea #2 is far less palatable but would be effective as long as we had the balls to be consistent with it. We build a wall to isolate the foreign countries, you know, Mexico and Kalifornia. Then we call up the citizen militia to patrol our side of the wall and have them shoot everyone who comes over it and throw their dead bodies back over as a warning that we're really serious.

At the same time, we round up all of the criminals that are currently residing in the United States and send them home, after entering them into the database, using whatever force is deemed necessary.

In conjunction with this, all American cities that have declared themselves to be "sanctuary cities" lose all of their federal funding. Not one dime for cities that intentionally violate federal law. This is actually a measure that should be instituted with either plan.

Step 2 is that we slightly alter US law so that the procedures for entering the country legally are very plain and understandable and we make it very clear that breaking this law is a serious matter that carries harsh ramifications.

Step 3 is that we get off the notion of "political correctness" and start interacting with reality. US law needs to be changed to identify regimes, nations or individuals which are currently hostile to the United States. Any person from one of these identified groups should be immediately removed from the country and placed in the database. No one from any of these groups will be allowed entry for any reason. I realize that this measure will cause hardships for cities like Dearborn as it will drastically reduce your current population, but look on the bright side, it will be a whole lot quieter in Dearborn without all that Muslim call to prayer shit going on and you'll be a lot less likely to develop a sudden IED problem on city streets. It's high time we started worrying about actual national security and stopped being so worried that we might offend someone.

Step 4 is that we remember 1 simple truth. All of the founding documents of this nation are written in English. I believe this establishes English as the language of our nation. Henceforth, all government documents are to be written in English only. If you want to come to this nation legally then learn the language. Quebec, Canada is like that. France is like that. Many nations are like that. We can do it too.

Step 5 is that anyone coming to this nation will be expected to learn the laws, customs, history and governmental workings (as intended by the founding fathers) of this nation and swear an oath to respect and defend it against all enemies foreign and domestic. You know, kinda like the oath Congress takes upon taking office but usually ignores. Anyone who can be proven to be in violation of that oath will be tried for treason and shot. This should include any member of government who violates the oath of office, but that's a whole 'nother rant.

Oh yeah, while I'm talking about immigration and such, Hey LaRaza:

If Mexico is so great then fucking go home!

There can be no fifty-fifty Americanism in this country. There is room here for only 100% Americanism, only for those who are Americans and nothing else.
Theodore Roosevelt

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