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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    Of course you did. I never suggested it, I never recommended it, I explained why it wouldn't work. But hey, I don't expect you to be honest about it.
    I posted your entire quote. It was not taken out of context.

    But keep saying it was. It's really helping you.
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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    Would be a legal and financial nightmare since even illegal immigrants are protected under the fourteenth amendment.

    Oh ****, it's people like you who are going to raise everyone's taxes by a ****load for no reason

    You clearly didn't think things through huh

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    10+ million people flooding US courts in all areas, and ALL have the right to a trial and to appeals and all this other ****. We'd be screwed.
    Clearly it is you who has not thought through what was said.

    In context it is showing the absurdity of the OP suggesting it should be a capital crime. But apparently you don't realize that. Double d'oh!

    But lets say for ****s and giggles that I was serious. Who said anything about Courts? (which again shows you are not understanding what you read)
    You shoot "invaders" on sight. No Court costs incurred. Duh!
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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    I didn't make it, I just posted it. Try again.
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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by Excon View Post
    Clearly it is you who has not thought through what was said.

    In context it is showing the absurdity of the OP suggesting it should be a capital crime. But apparently you don't realize that. Double d'oh!

    But lets say for ****s and giggles that I was serious. Who said anything about Courts? (which again shows you are not understanding what you read)
    You shoot "invaders" on sight. No Court costs incurred. Duh!
    Fail because that would be a gross violation of the constitution.

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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    Fail because that would be a gross violation of the constitution.

    You again show you fail.

    Invasion is an act of war. Stopping those invaders is not a constitutional violation.
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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    well this stayed on topic....

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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by Excon View Post

    You again show you fail.

    Invasion is an act of war. Stopping those invaders is not a constitutional violation.
    Fail, the constitution protects all persons within the United States. SCOTUS has said so. Illegal immigrants enjoy many of the legal rights and a right to a trial is one of them. Summarily executing illegals in US soil is... Illegal...

    You're nowhere near the caliber of SCOTUS when it comes to both legal standing and legal understanding.

    Now get out of here.
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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    Fail, the constitution protects all persons within the United States. SCOTUS has said so. Illegal immigrants enjoy many of the legal rights and a right to a trial is one of them. Summarily executing illegals in US soil is... Illegal...

    You're nowhere near the caliber of SCOTUS when it comes to both legal standing and legal understanding.

    Now get out of here.
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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    That's why, after they've been caught three times, they just go out of business regardless and no longer make any money at all. Maybe the second time they're caught, it costs them $100,000 per offense. It might make them think twice.
    In order for that to work they have to be caught 2 - 3 times.The goal should be to get them worried about the first time they are caught, not the off chance that they might be caught the 2nd or 3rd time.
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    Re: Would this solve the illegal immigration issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    In order for that to work they have to be caught 2 - 3 times.The goal should be to get them worried about the first time they are caught, not the off chance that they might be caught the 2nd or 3rd time.
    So what might be your suggestion? I think a stiff fine, like $10,000 per offense, is fine. Then, of course, you need to have a means to find it and enforce it, I think that, just like having the fire department walk businesses once a year, you ought to be able to have ICE walk in any time they want and check your employee files for employees without legal documentation. Those that have irregularities get checked more often. Those fines pay for the inspections and let's be honest, companies aren't going to have just one illegal employee, they're going to have multiples and it might put the smaller companies out of business the first time they're caught. So be it. It will put lots of companies out of business the second time and by the third, clearly they just don't care and they're going away regardless.
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